For home matches, the FFF women will dress in a traditional blue shirt with rose gold details—including crest, FFF marking at the back of the neck and the words "Nos Différences Nous Unissent" within.
The momentum for women's football has been building in France for the last two decades. A dedicated women's training facility was founded at CNFE Clairefontaine, the national centre, in 1998 and has since helped raise, foster and progress a generation of female players.
The results of the programme are undeniable. After limited success prior to the 2000s, Les Bleues have emerged as one of the most consistent outfits in women's football, ranking among the world's best and boasting a phenomenal goal ratio (33 scored and only four conceded across 10 matches in 2018). Fourth in 2011 and quarter-finalists in 2015, the chance of glory in 2019 is more real than ever.