Coupe de France 32emes : Schedule

CDF 2018

This is the full schedule for the 32emes (round of 64) of the 101st edition of the Coupe de France. Links will be added as the articles go live – some matches have their own individual page, and others are grouped by time-slot.

All times are CET.

Saturday 6 January

13.30

Saturday Part I :

AS Fabregues (5) 1-2 ap Bourg-en-Bresse (2)
CO Avallon (5) 0-2 FC Chambly (3)

15.00

AC Houilles (8) 0-3 US Concarneau (3)

CA Pontarlier (5) 1-1, 2-4 tab Montpellier (1)

Le Mans (4) 2-4 Lille (1)

Saturday Part II :

SC Schiltigheim (4) 1-5 Auxerre 2
Chartres (4) 1-2 Tours (2)
US Saint-Malo (4) 1-2 Chateauroux (2)
Gazelec Ajaccio (2) 1-2 Grenoble Foot 38 (3)
FC Saint-Lo Manche (5) 2-2, 3-2 tab FCM Aubervilliers (5)
Toulouse (1) 1-0 Nice (1)

18.00

SC Hazebrouck (6) 0-2 Caen (1)

Canet Roussillon FC (5) 3-0 Sud Nivernais Imphy Decize (6)

AS Yzeure (4) 2-5 Monaco (1)

Saturday Part III :

Angouleme CFC (5) 1-2 ap Les Herbiers CF 3
Guingamp (1) 1-0 Niort (2)
US Colomiers Football (4) 1-1, 4-2 tab Le Puy Foot 43 Auvergne (4)

21.00

Nancy (2) 2-3 Lyon (1)

Sunday 7 January

14.15

Marseille (1) 1-0 ap Valenciennes (2)

Angers (1) 0-2 Lorient (2)

Sunday Part I :

US Granville (4) 2-1 ap Bordeaux (1)
Saint-Etienne (1) 2-0 Nimes (2)
Strasbourg (1) 3-2 ap Dijon (1)

17.30

FC Still 1930 (8) 0-1 ESTAC Troyes (1)

USM Senlis (5) 0-4 FC Nantes (1)

FC Fleury 91 (4) 0-1 ASC Biesheim (5)

L’Entente SSG (3) 1-2 SAS Epinal (4)

Sochaux (2) 6-0 SC Amiens (1)

Sunday Part II :

USL Dunkerque (3) 2-4 Metz (1)
Vannes OC (5) 1-1,3-5 tab Stade Briochin (4) 

21.00

Rennes (1) 1-6 PSG (1)

Monday 8 January

21.00

Lens (2) v Boulogne (3)

 

Note that the TV schedule is even more baffling than usual this year, including some televised matches that aren’t actually on television. Here’s the list – https://www.fff.fr/actualites/179004-le-programme-des-32es-de-finale?themePath=coupes-1/coupe-de-france/ – just please don’t ask us any questions about it, we have a headache. We’ll be following in the usual way, thanks to the wonderful people at Foot National, and their live-ticker: http://www.foot-national.com/live-coupe-de-france.html, as well as on their Twitter feed.

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