Back in town. Rolling into base with a new-found World Champion swag, the French squad arrived at their Clairefontaine HQ this week ahead of going about their business as 2018 World Cup champions.

In what's become a bit of a tradition when it comes to French international duty, each member of the squad arrived at the country mansion of a training base in their latest attire. From designer trends to streetwear connoisseurs, the boys in blue are more than aware of the photographers greeting them at the famous steps. A catwalk of champions with double star attire, the French arrive in style.

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Corentin Tolisso pairs Givenchy with DSQUARED2.

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Nabil Fekir making moves as he mixes Nike Air Max with MOSCHINO.

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Signature style. Kylian Mabppe with his 'KM' branded cap.

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Co-ordinated with the flag, flair play Paul.

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Samuel Umtiti bringing the box fresh finish.

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Alphonse Areola couldn't resist crunching concrete with Balenciaga.

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Blaise Matuidi with the casual stroll and sharp trim.

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Ousmane Dembele going all GUCCI.

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Thomas Lemar, Antoine Griezmann and Lucas Hernandez.

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The contemporary. Presnel Kimpembe goes his own way.


Benjamin Mendy will continue his national team role as Senior Head of Banter Distribution.


Nothing wrong with admitting you want to give N'Golo Kante a cuddle. Just look at him. He's just been dropped off by his mum for a sleepover.


The French team were celebrated for the mixture of their cultural backgrounds ahead of the summer tournament, and their individual character comes through in their out of office attire as well. Read the label before loading the tumble-drier lads, some of that stuff is expensive.

France will travel to Munich to take on Germany for their first UEFA Nations League fixture on Thursday (6th September) in a battle of current and former World Champions. Someone better tell them about the Oktoberfest dress code.