Name
Coupe de France

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Established
1917 (104 years old)

First Recorded Event
2019-01-04

Current Season
2021-2022

API Football ID
3991

Sport
Soccer

Location
France

Gender
Male

Alternate Names
French Cup

TV Rights
US - beIN SPORTS [2018-2024]

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Upcoming Events
11 Dec 21 Club Franciscai  - SO Cholet
16 Dec 21 Valenciennes  - Strasbourg
17 Dec 21 Paris FC  - Lyon
18 Dec 21 Rennes  - Lorient
18 Dec 21 Quevilly  - Laval
18 Dec 21 Guingamp  - Amiens
18 Dec 21 Toulouse  - Nimes
18 Dec 21 Sochaux  - Nantes
18 Dec 21 Cannes  - Dijon
18 Dec 21 ES Thaon  - AS Beauvais Ois

Latest Results
28 Nov 21 Trélissac 1 - 3  Toulouse
27 Nov 21 FC Soleil Bisch 0 - 1  Nancy
27 Nov 21 Mulhouse 1 - 3  Lyon Duchère A
27 Nov 21 Andrézieux-Bou 3 - 0  Grenoble
27 Nov 21 ASM Vénissieux 1 - 1  Moulins Yzeure
27 Nov 21 Cannes 1 - 1  Rodez AF
27 Nov 21 Aubagne FC 2 - 2  Nimes
27 Nov 21 GFCO Ajaccio 1 - 2  Red Star
27 Nov 21 Stade Poitevin  1 - 1  Orleans
27 Nov 21 Dinan-Léhon FC 2 - 2  US Saint-Malo

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The Coupe de France, also known as the Coupe Charles Simon, is the premier knockout cup competition in French football organized by the French Football Federation (FFF). It was first held in 1917 and is open to all amateur and professional football clubs in France, including clubs based in the overseas departments and territories. Between 1917 and 1919, the competition was called the Coupe Charles Simon, in tribute of Charles Simon, a French sportsman and the founder of the French Interfederal Committee (the ancestor of the French Football Federation), who died in 1915 while serving in World War I. The final is played at the Stade de France and the winner qualifies for the group stage of the UEFA Europa League and a place in the Trophée des Champions match. A concurrent women's tournament is also held, the Coupe de France Féminine.

Combined with random draws and one-off matches (no replays), the Coupe de France can be difficult for the bigger clubs to win. The competition is usually beneficial to the amateur clubs as it forces higher-ranked clubs, usually professional clubs, to play as the away team when drawn against lower-league opposition if they are competing two levels below them. Despite the advantages, only two amateur clubs have reached the final since professionalism was introduced in French football in 1932: Calais RUFC in 2000 and Les Herbiers VF in 2018. Two clubs from outside Ligue 1 have won the competition, Le Havre in 1959 and Guingamp in 2009. The reigning champions are Rennes, who defeated Paris Saint-Germain in the final of the 2018–19 competition.

Seasons

2018-2019

2019-2020

2020-2021

2021-2022

Teams

Ajaccio

Amiens

Angers

Annecy
-9

AS Beziers
-10

ASM Belfort
-11

Athlético Mars
-11

Auxerre
-3

Bastia
-10

Bordeaux

Boulogne
-10

Bourg-Peronnas
-10

Brest

Caen

Canet Roussillo
-11

Cannes
-11

Chateauroux
-2

Clermont Foot

Concarneau
-11

Creteil
-10

Dijon

Epinal
-11

FC Bastia-Borgo
-11

FC Chambly
-10

FC Rouen
-11

FC Villefranche
-11

GFCO Ajaccio
-10

Grenoble
-7

Guingamp

Jura Sud Foot
-11

Laval
-11

Le Havre
-7

Le Mans
-9

Le Puy Foot 43
-11

Lens

Lille

Limonest Saint-
-11

Lorient

Lyon

Lyon Duchère A
-10

Marseille

Metz

Monaco

Montpellier

Mulhouse
-11

Nancy
-2

Nantes

Nice

Nimes

Niort
-10

Olympique Alès
-11

Olympique Saumu
-11

Orleans
-11

Paris FC
-6

Paris SG

Pau FC
-9

Quevilly
-11

Red Star
-5

Rennes

Rodez AF
-11

Rumilly-Valliè
-11

Sedan
-10

Sète 34
-11

SO Cholet
-10

Sochaux
-5

St Etienne

Stade Briochin
-11

Stade de Reims

Strasbourg

Toulon
-11

Toulouse

Troyes

US Avranches
-10

USL Dunkerque
-11

Valenciennes
-3

Voltigeurs de C
-11

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