Corinne Deacon will continue as the manager of the French Women’s Team, after signing a new two-year contract.
FFF announced: ‘The French Football Federation, chaired by Noël Le Graët, is pleased to announce the extension of the contract of Corinne Deacon, at the head of the French Women’s Team.
“The current coach of Les Bleues has signed a new two-year contract until August 2024 and will lead the Tricolores for the 2023 FIFA World Cup and for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. “
Noël Le Graët (president of the FFF): “I am delighted that Corinne has agreed to take up the objective and the challenge of the World Cup in 2023 and the 2024 Olympics at the head of the French women’s team, half- finalist of the last Euro. We share the same strong ambition for these two major competitions that the FFF will prepare as well as possible alongside a French group with talent and experience. Les Bleues have established themselves among the best nations. They are the showcase of our high-level women’s football and more generally of the development of the practice, the vitality of which is undeniable.”
Corinne Deacon (coach of the French women’s team): “I am happy and proud to continue the adventure with the French team for these two additional seasons which are bound to be very rich with a competition each year. Despite the disappointment of stopping in the semi-finals, the Euros have been encouraging and I am delighted to have the opportunity to continue working with this group in the hope of securing the first title for the Team. de France feminine, first in the World Cup then at the Olympic Games in front of our public.”