According to many collectors and fans, France has the most stylish jerseys of all the national teams. This may well be true. The shirt has everything a nice classic shirt should have; laces, a nice collar and a beautiful watermark. This Jersey carries the name of one of the best French footballers in history, Zinedine Zidane. Zidane was also present at the European Championship in 1996, but that was not a successful tournament for him. France reached the semi-finals but was then eliminated by the Czech Republic. 2 years later the World Cup was organised in France. After France won every match they played, they faced Brazil in the final. The Brazil of Rivaldo, Cafu and Ronaldo were put away 3-0 by the French, a literal world performance. Zidane shone in the final and shone at the World Cup.
In the right Jersey and with coach Michel Plattini Les Bleus participated in the European Cup ’92, they were eliminated in the quarterfinals by the eventual winner of the tournament, namely Denmark. In '93, despite the talented players they had, France was unable to qualify for the 1994 World Cup. By one point, they finished third in the group behind Bulgaria and Sweden. The long-sleeved jersey bears the name of another French hero, Eric Cantona. The French striker started his career with Auxerre and later played for Olympique Marseille, Bordeuax, Leeds United and Manchester United, among others. The remarkable Frenchman played 45 games for his country and scored 20 goals.