1991–92 Coupe de France

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The Coupe de France 1991-1992 was its 75th edition. For the first since its creation, the final was unplayed due to 18 people being killed after a temporary stand collapsed during the semi-final game between SC Bastia and Olympique de Marseille. Thus, the trophy was not awarded that season.

Round of 16[edit]

Team 1 Score Team 2
AS Cannes (D1) 2 - 1 a.e.t. Montpellier HSC (D1)
Valenciennes FC (D2) 0 - 2 Olympique de Marseille (D1)
AS Nancy (D1) 2 - 1 FC Bourges (D2)
Gazélec Ajaccio (D2) 2 - 1 AS Saint-Étienne (D2)
SM Caen (D1) 0 - 0 Pau FC (D3) 5-3 on p.k.
Saint-Omer (D3) 2 - 4 AS Monaco (D1)
OGC Nice (D2) 0 - 1 SC Bastia (D2)
Red Star (D2) 2 - 1 a.e.t. En Avant Guingamp (D2)


Quarter-finals[edit]

Team 1 Score Team 2
SM Caen (D1) 1 - 3 Olympique de Marseille (D1)
Gazélec Ajaccio (D2) 0 - 3 AS Monaco (D1)
SC Bastia (D2) 0 - 0 AS Nancy (D1) 3-0 on p.k.
AS Cannes (D1) 1 - 0 a.e.t. Red Star (D2)


Semi-finals[edit]

    PENALTIES    

Robby Langers Penalty scored
Adick Koot Penalty missed
Alain Ravera Penalty scored
Franck Durix Penalty scored

3 – 5

Penalty scored Gérald Passi
Penalty scored Youri Djorkaeff
Penalty scored Jérôme Gnako
Penalty scored George Weah
Penalty scored Emmanuel Petit

Monaco went first

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