Romain Rouillard 20:53 p.m., April 06, 2023, modified at 20:54 p.m., April 06, 2023Exceptional guest of Europe 1 Sport this Thursday, the Minister of Sports Amélie Oudéa-Castéra evoked the Women's Euro 2025, finally won by Switzerland while the France had applied. According to her, the unfortunate events of the Stade de France last June did not sink the chances of the Hexagon in this file.
Has France lost the organization of the Women's Euro 2025 because of the incidents that punctuated the final of the Champions League last May at the Stade de France? For the Minister of Sports, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, exceptional guest of Europe 1 Sport this Thursday, this hypothesis does not hold. At the microphone of Jacques Vendroux and Céline Géraud, she preferred to salute the victory of Switzerland who finally won the organization of the competition. While highlighting the election of Philippe Diallo, interim president of the FFF, to the UEFA executive committee, proof according to her that the France "is not persona non grata in the UEFA bodies".
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