Football tickets for the French national team are highly sought after as players such as N’golo Kante, Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial inject such enthusiasm and energy into their game, making them one of the most exciting teams to watch. This trio of players all play domestically in the English Premier League and cause shockwaves week in, week out, with their displays on the pitch. Les Blues possess strength in all departments but the talent at their disposal in midfield is one of the best in the world with plenty of options and flexibility for Didier Deschamps to turn to.
France have a lot to live up to in the striking department if you are to look back through the history books. The last decade was dominated by superstar strikers like Nicolas Anelka, Thierry Henry and David Trezeguet, all of who helped France clinch the World and European glory. This time round, they have the likes of Alexandre Lacazette and Olivier Giroud but there is one man who will be vital to their overall performance, Antoine Griezmann.
The forward has shone at Atletico Madrid both domestically and in Europe and was a key member of the France Euro 2016 squad. The Frenchman has been a key figure for Atleti and is a forward to loves to run at defenders and has pace in abundance. France have a wealth of attacking options and the creativity in midfield should only enhance the opportunities in attack for Griezmann & Co.
Perhaps the young star of the show across the World this year is Kylian Mbappe. A young player returning to his hometown of Paris after a very successful season at Monaco in which he played 44 matches, scoring 26 goals and winning Ligue 1.
He has also had relatively major success with his national team too. Featuring in and playing well in the World Cup qualifiers, most notably scoring his debut against the Netherlands last summer. After the 2018 Russia World Cup has been drawn to a close, Kylian Mbappe could be considered one of the greatest footballers in the world, both present and future. The 2018 World Cup in Russia could well be his chance to cement his place as one of the world’s greatest young star. Aged just 18 years of age, Mbappe is sure to have plenty more World Cups to come, but the 2018 World Cup this summer is undoubtedly his biggest test to date but also his biggest moment in what has been a phenomenal rise to stardom.