France will face Argentina, Georgia and New Zealand this autumn as they look to build on their strong showing in the 2021 Guinness Six Nations.
Les Bleus finished as runners-up for the second successive year, paying the price for conceding late tries in defeats to England and Scotland.
France will travel to Australia this summer for a three-Test series, their first tour Down Under against the Wallabies since 2014.
And this autumn they face an intriguing schedule against Los Pumas, the Lelos and then the All Blacks.
France last took on Argentina at the 2019 Rugby World Cup, edging home thanks to a Camille Lopez drop goal in their pool encounter.
The two teams will meet at the Stade de France on November 6, with France then heading to Bordeaux a week later to take on Georgia.
The teams have only ever met once before, at the 2007 Rugby World Cup when Vincent Clerc scored a hat-trick in a big French victory.
The final game of the autumn will see France play host to New Zealand at the Stade de France in a rehearsal for the opening game of the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
France have not beaten New Zealand since 2009 and a tour to Dunedin, while their last win over the All Blacks on home soil came back in 2000 in Marseille.