Police detained 292 people across France during Sunday night’s celebrations of the World Cup victory, an Interior Ministry spokesman said.
Nevertheless, the evening was generally “festive and good-humoured,” spokesman Frederic de Lanouvelle said.
In Paris, police said they had arrested 95 people, 83 of whom were held for questioning.
At least three shops were attacked by vandals amid celebrations on the Champs-Elysees, which had been closed for traffic for the evening, and one person was seriously injured when a fight broke out.
Tear gas could be smelled on the avenue at one point on Sunday evening, with crowds rushing away from it. Police said that at one point, they also had to use a water cannon to disperse troublemakers.
Overall, 70 people were hospitalized.
Earlier, 445 people had to be treated, mostly for heat-related ailments, at the open-air screening of the match at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.
There were “no major incidents” involving vehicles and the crowds, police said, even though the evening saw celebrating fans driving around, perched on car window frames, roofs and sitting in car boots.