2009–10 Coupe Gambardella

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The 2009–10 Coupe Gambardella was the 55th edition of the French cup competition reserved for male under-19 football players. The competition is organized by the French Football Federation. The final was contested on 1 May 2010 at the Stade de France and served as a curtain raiser for the 2009–10 Coupe de France final. The defending champions were Montpellier, who defeated Nantes 2–0 in the 2008–09 edition of the competition. The current champions are Metz who won the competition by defeating Sochaux 4–3 on penalties in the final after the match ended 1–1 in 90 minutes.

Calendar[edit]

On 17 August 2009, the French Football Federation announced the calendar for the Coupe Gambardella.[1]

Round First match date Fixtures Clubs Notes
Regional finals 22 November 2009
First Round 13 December 2009
Second Round 10 January 2010
Round of 64 31 January 2010
Round of 32 21 February 2010 16 32 → 16
Round of 16 14 March 2010 8 16 → 8
Quarter-finals 4 April 2010 4 8 → 4
Semi-finals 18 April 2010 2 4 → 2
Final 1 May 2010 1 2 → 1 Final at the Stade de France.

First round[edit]

The draw for the first round of Coupe Gambardella was conducted on 26 November 2009 at the headquarters of the French Football Federation, in Paris by French referee Bertrand Layec.[2] The matches were contested on 13 December 2009. The postponed matches were played on 3 January 2010.

Second round[edit]

The draw for the second round of the Coupe Gambardella was conducted on 17 December 2009 at the headquarters of the French Football Federation, in Paris by France national under-19 football team coach Francis Smerecki.[3] The matches were contested on 9 January 2010. The postponed matches were played on the 16 and 17 January and the matches that were postponed on those days were played on 20 January with the final match of the round being played on 24 January.

Round of 64[edit]

The draw for the Round of 64 of the Coupe Gambardella was conducted on 14 January 2010 at the headquarters of the French Football Federation, in Paris by the president of the Ligue du Football Amateur Fernand Duchaussoy and Jean-Pierre Dubédat, a member of the Board of Directors of the Ligue du Football Amateur.[4] The matches will be played on 31 January 2010.

Round of 32[edit]

The draw for the Round of 32 of the Coupe Gambardella was conducted on 4 February 2010 at the headquarters of Crédit Agricole, who sponsor the competition, in Paris by the France national football team manager Raymond Domenech and a host of members of the Ligue du Football Amateur, including the president Fernand Duchaussoy.[5] The matches were played on 21 February.

Round of 16[edit]

The draw for the Round of 16 of the Coupe Gambardella was conducted on 25 February 2010 at the Ligue de Paris-Île-de-France headquarters, in Paris, by France national under-18 football team manager Philippe Bergeroo and Jean-Claude Giuntini, a member of the Ligue du Football Amateur.[6] The matches were played on 14 March.

Quarterfinals[edit]

The draw for the Round of 16 of the Coupe Gambardella was conducted on 25 February 2010 at the headquarters of Crédit Agricole, who sponsor the competition, in Paris by French parachuting champion Nicolas Ratier.[7] The matches were played on 4 April.

4 April
15:00 CET
Metz 3 – 3
3–2 pen.
Lyon
Kehli Goal 2'
Simpara Goal 35'
Faucher Goal 75'
Report Tafer Goal 48'
Bourdette Goal 80'
Belfodil Goal 89'
Stade Baron Dufour, Metz
Referee: Benjamin Guelfucci (Ligue de Bourgogne)

4 April
15:00 CET
Laval 1 – 2 Sedan
Lhuissier Goal 24' Assougou Goal 58'
Sliti Goal 89'
Stade Louis Bechu, Laval
Referee: Florent Baconnet (Ligue Atlantique)

4 April
15:00 CET
Paris 0 – 2 Nantes
Report Yong-Jae Goal 35'
Trebel Goal 75'

4 April
15:00 CET
Sochaux 2 – 1 Toulouse
Dias Goal 7' (pen), Goal 23' Report Soukouna Goal 62'
Stade Rene Blum, Montbéliard
Referee: Gauthier Leggeri (Ligue de Lorraine)

Semi-finals[edit]

The draw for the Round of 16 of the Coupe Gambardella was conducted on 25 February 2010 at the headquarters of Crédit Agricole, who sponsor the competition, in Paris by French parachuting champion Nicolas Ratier.[7] The matches will be played on 18 April.

18 April
15:00 CET
Sochaux 4 – 1 Nantes
Dias Goal 7', Goal 60' (pen)
Bakambu Goal 16'73'
Report Nego Goal 25'
Stade de Baradel, Aurillac
Attendance: 500
Referee: Anthony Sarde (Ligue de Midi-Pyrénées)

18 April
17:30 CET
Sedan 1 – 3 Metz
Goal Report Kehli Goal
Faucher Goal
Croizet Goal

Final[edit]

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