France Players with the Most Games Played in The World Cup

All-Time list of players with more matches played for the National Team of France in the Soccer World Cups with detail of games played in each competition.

A total of 306 players represented the Nationa Team of France in the Soccer World Cups. Of them, 235 played at least one game. Here you have a list with the players with most games played.

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France Players with the Most Games Played
 
Player
Games Played
World Cups
Game Detail by World Cup
1. Fabien Barthez 17 3 7 in 1998, 3 in 2002, 7 in 2006
Thierry Henry 17 4 6 in 1998, 2 in 2002, 7 in 2006, 2 in 2010
3. Lilian Thuram 16 3 6 in 1998, 3 in 2002, 7 in 2006
4. Maxime Bossis 15 3 2 in 1978, 6 in 1982, 7 in 1986
5. Michel Platini 14 3 3 in 1978, 5 in 1982, 6 in 1986
6. Manuel Amoros 12 2 5 in 1982, 7 in 1986
Alain Giresse 12 2 6 in 1982, 6 in 1986
Jean Tigana 12 2 5 in 1982, 7 in 1986
David Trezeguet 12 3 6 in 1998, 3 in 2002, 3 in 2006
Patrick Vieira 12 3 2 in 1998, 3 in 2002, 7 in 2006
Zinedine Zidane 12 3 5 in 1998, 1 in 2002, 6 in 2006
12. Patrick Battiston 11 3 1 in 1978, 3 in 1982, 7 in 1986
13. Marcel Desailly 10 2 7 in 1998, 3 in 2002
William Gallas 10 2 7 in 2006, 3 in 2010
Franck Ribery 10 2 7 in 2006, 3 in 2010
Dominique Rocheteau 10 3 2 in 1978, 4 in 1982, 4 in 1986
Didier Six 10 2 3 in 1978, 7 in 1982
Marius Tresor 10 2 3 in 1978, 7 in 1982
Sylvain Wiltord 10 2 3 in 2002, 7 in 2006
20. Youri Djorkaeff 9 2 7 in 1998, 2 in 2002
Bixente Lizarazu 9 2 6 in 1998, 3 in 2002
Florent Malouda 9 2 6 in 2006, 3 in 2010
23. Eric Abidal 8 2 6 in 2006, 2 in 2010
Gerard Janvion 8 2 2 in 1978, 6 in 1982
Raymond Kaelbel 8 2 2 in 1954, 6 in 1958
Raymond Kopa 8 2 2 in 1954, 6 in 1958
Hugo Lloris 8 2 3 in 2010, 5 in 2014
Claude Makelele 8 2 1 in 2002, 7 in 2006
Emmanuel Petit 8 2 6 in 1998, 2 in 2002
Jean Vincent 8 2 2 in 1954, 6 in 1958
31. Sidney Govou 7 2 4 in 2006, 3 in 2010
Jean-Jacques Marcel 7 2 2 in 1954, 5 in 1958
Armand Penverne 7 2 1 in 1954, 6 in 1958
Willy Sagnol 7 2 0 in 2002, 7 in 2006
35. Joel Bats 6 1 6 in 1986
Edmond Delfour 6 3 3 in 1930, 1 in 1934, 2 in 1938
Didier Deschamps 6 1 6 in 1998
Christophe Dugarry 6 2 3 in 1998, 3 in 2002
Jean-Luc Ettori 6 1 6 in 1982
Patrice Evra 6 2 2 in 2010, 4 in 2014
Luis Fernandez 6 1 6 in 1986
Just Fontaine 6 1 6 in 1958
Bernard Genghini 6 2 5 in 1982, 1 in 1986
Stephane Guivarch 6 1 6 in 1998
Robert Jonquet 6 2 1 in 1954, 5 in 1958
Andre Lerond 6 1 6 in 1958
Christian Lopez 6 2 2 in 1978, 4 in 1982
Etienne Mattler 6 3 3 in 1930, 1 in 1934, 2 in 1938
Gerard Soler 6 1 6 in 1982
Yannick Stopyra 6 1 6 in 1986
Maryan Wisnieski 6 1 6 in 1958