2009–10 Challenge de France

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The 2009–10 Challenge de France is the 9th season of the French cup competition for women, organized by the French Football Federation. The competition is open to all women's clubs in French football. The final will be contested on 23 May 2010 at the Stade Robert-Bobin. The defending champions were Montpellier, who defeated Le Mans 3–1 in the 2008–09 edition of the competition. On 23 May 2010, Division 1 Féminine club Paris Saint-Germain won the competition by defeating fellow first division club Montpellier by a score of 5–0 in the final. The victory gives Paris Saint-Germain its first Challenge de France title.

Calendar[edit]

On 6 July 2009, the French Football Federation announced the calendar for the Challenge de France.[1]

Round First match date Fixtures Clubs Notes
Regional semi-finals 22 November 2009 Clubs participating in D3 Féminine gain entry.
Regional finals 13 December 2009
First Round 10 January 2010 Clubs participating in D2 Féminine gain entry.
Second Round 31 January 2010
Round of 32 21 February 2010 16 32 → 16 Clubs participating in D1 Féminine gain entry.
Round of 16 7 March 2010 8 16 → 8
Quarter-finals 21 March 2010 4 8 → 4
Semi-finals 25 April 2010 2 4 → 2
Final 23 May 2010 1 2 → 1 Final at the Stade Robert-Bobin.

First round[edit]

The draw for the first round of Challenge de France was conducted on 18 December 2009 at the headquarters of the French Football Federation, in Paris by French journalist Christian Jeanpierre and Marilou Duringer, a member of the Federal Council.[2] The matches were played on 10 January 2010. Several matches that were postponed were played on 17 January. The rest of the postponed matches will be contested on 24 January

Second round[edit]

The draw for the second round of Challenge de France was based on the results of the first round with the winners advancing to the second round to face each other based on where they were drawn. The matches will be played on 31 January 2010.

Round of 32[edit]

The draw for the Round of 32 of the Challenge de France was conducted on 8 February and saw the arrival of clubs based in Division 1 Féminine. The draw was conducted by Jézabel Lemonier and Christophe Pacaud, who hosts the television show Direct Sport and French television channel Direct 8. The matches were played on 21 February.

Round of 16[edit]

The draw for the Round of 16 of the Challenge de France was conducted on 24 February at the headquarters of the French Football Federation. The draw was conducted by Sandrine Roux, the current coach of the France women's under-19 team. The matches were played on 7 March.[3]

Quarterfinals[edit]

The draw for the quarterfinals and semi-finals of the Challenge de France was held on 8 March 2010. The draw was conducted by Red Cross ambassador and fashion model Adriana Karembeu.[4] The quarterfinals were contested on 21 March.

21 March
15:00 CET
Aulnat 0 – 2 Montpellier
Report Rubio Goal 86'
Meynier Goal 90'
Stade Pierre Ducourtial, Aulnat
Attendance: 250
Referee: Florence Guillemin (Ligue de Franche-Comté)

21 March
15:00 CET
Hénin-Beaumont 2 – 4 Paris SG
Crammer Goal 48', Goal 53' Report Pizzala Goal 6'
Thomas Goal 10'
Lepailleur Goal 43'
Houara Goal 45'
Stade Raymonde Delabre, Hénin-Beaumont
Attendance: 440
Referee: Solenne Bartnik (Ligue Rhône-Alpes)

21 March
15:00 CET
Soyaux 0 – 2 Lyon
Report Kaci Goal 42'
Thomis Goal 43'
Stade Léo Lagrange, Besançon
Attendance: 300
Referee: Élodie Coppola (Ligue de Bretagne)

21 March
15:00 CET
Stade Briochin 0 – 3 Juvisy
Report Soubeyrand Goal 23'
Tonazzi Goal 31', Goal 42'
Stade Fred Aubert, Saint-Brieuc
Attendance: 30
Referee: Noelle Robin (Ligue de la Méditerranée)

Semi-finals[edit]

The draw for the quarterfinals and semi-finals of the Challenge de France was held on 8 March 2010. The draw was conducted by Red Cross ambassador and fashion model Adriana Karembeu.[4] The semi-finals were contested on 25 April.

25 April
17:00 CET
Paris SG 1 – 1
3 – 2 pen.
Lyon
Pizzala Goal 10' Report Herlovsen Goal 18'

25 April
17:00 CET
Montpellier 3 – 1 Juvisy
Delie Goal 15'
Rubio Goal 66'
Plaza Goal 75'
Report Tonazzi Goal 60'
Stade Joseph-Blanc, Montpellier
Referee: Severine Zinck (Ligue d'Alsace)

Final[edit]

23 May
18:30 CET
Paris SG 5 – 0 Montpellier
Boyeldieu Goal 19'
Pizzala Goal 54'85'
Coton-Pélagie Goal 68'
Bussaglia Goal 71'
Report
Stade Robert Bobin, Bondoufle
Attendance: 4,200
Referee: Sabine Bonnin (Ligue du Centre)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Le calendrier de la nouvelle édition". French Football Federation (FFF). 6 July 2009. Retrieved 9 December 2009. 
  2. ^ tirage au sort intégral (French)
  3. ^ Mercredi : tirage des 8èmes
  4. ^ a b Lundi : Tirage des quarts et demi-finales (French)

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