Led by team captain Elle Sid Pierre and under the guidance of coach Carbonara, the team, representing the host nation, acted as title favorite. Even the French Air Force cheered the team from the sky before the semifinals against Japan Jr.. However, the team was beaten in said game in penalties. Louis Napoleon missed the last penalty.
- Home: Blue collared shirt with three white shoulder stripes, red horizontal stripe on chest with three horizontal pinstripes under the red stripe, the French national insignia, white shorts with three blue stripes on sides and red socks with three white stripes. This color scheme is inspired by the uniforms worn by France in the 1984-1985 season. In Captain Tsubasa: Tatakae Dream Team (mobile), the uniforms have two stripes rather than three.
- Away: White collared shirt with two blue-red-blue shoulder stripes, blue horizontal stripe on chest with red horizontal pinstripes under the red stripe, the French national insignia, blue shorts with three white on sides and white socks with three blue-red-blue stripes. This color scheme is inspired by the uniforms worn by France in the 1984-1985 season.
- Keeper: Yellow shirt with black collar, three black stripes on the sleeves, the French national insignia, black cuffs, black shorts and white socks.
- Home: Similar to the Manga, but the goalkeeper uniform consists of a white collared shirt with three red stripes on the sleeves, blue shorts and red socks.
- Home: Blue collared shirt with two white shoulder stripes, red horizontal stripe on chest , white shorts with two red stripes and red socks. The captain armband is white with the red Adidas logo.
- Keeper: White shirt with red collar, the French flag as emblem, blue-red-blue stripes on the sleeves and blue cuffs, black shorts and white socks with the top section being red.
- [Semifinal] Δ France Jr. Youth 4 - 4 All Japan Jr. Youth Δ (aet, PK 4 - 5)
|10||MF||Elle Sid Pierre|
- Coach Carbonara
- France Jr. Youth at Captain Tsubasa db (Japanese)