Hugo Lloris has been fined £50,000 and banned from driving for 20 months after being caught drink-driving by police on August 24.
The World Cup victor, wearing a dark suit and no tie, faced a scrum of photographers as he arrived at court, flanked by security guards.
Hugo Lloris is expected to be picked for Tottenham's blockbuster clash with Liverpool if he is fit, despite admitting to drink-driving.
The court heard police in an unmarked auto spotted Lloris' Porsche driving at 15mph in a 30mph zone.
Sentencing Lloris, magistrate Amanda Barron said the fine represented the seriousness of the offence as well as the goalkeeper's financial means, although details of his salary were not disclosed in court.
"It was pure luck that you did not cause damage to other vehicles or pedestrians in the central London area".
The France global attended a hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Wednesday after he was stopped by police on August 24.
He veered his auto "towards parked vehicles" before correcting himself and went through a red light, prosecutor Henry Fitch said.
A breathalyzer showed his blood alcohol was more than TWICE the legal limit.
David Sonn, defending, said Lloris had been dining in a restaurant where he received drinks from fellow diners.
"On July 15 [when France won the World Cup] he was arguably the proudest man on the planet", Sonn said.
Lloris, of East Finchley, spent a night in a cell at Charing Cross police station after failing a breath test in Marylebone. "He made a first mistake - he chose to drive".
Lloris, who made his way into the court building flanked by two members of his entourage, left the building without comment.
He featured in Spurs' first game after his initial arrest - a 3-0 victory at Manchester United - but was left out of the squad for the following game against Watford due to injury.