2014–15 Coupe de France

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2014–15 Coupe de France
Coupe Charles Simon
Country France
ChampionsParis Saint-Germain
Runners-upAuxerre

The 2014–15 Coupe de France was the 98th season of the most prestigious football cup competition of France. The competition was organised by the French Football Federation (FFF) and was opened to all clubs in French football, as well as clubs from the overseas departments and territories (Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique, Mayotte, New Caledonia, French Polynesia, and Réunion).

Guingamp were the defending champions, having defeated Rennes in the previous season's final, but were knocked out in the semi-finals by Auxerre.

Teams[edit]

  1. RC Strasbourg
  2. SR Colmar
  3. Illkirch Graffenstaden
  4. US Sarre-Union
  5. FC St. Etienne Seltz
  6. FC Saverne
  7. FC Saint-Louis Neuweg
  8. SC Dinsheim
  9. FC Mulhouse
  10. AS Girancourt Dommartin Chaumou
  11. FC Libourne
  12. Genêts Anglet
  13. Trélissac FC
  14. US Lormont
  15. Stade Bordelais
  16. FC des Graves
  17. Vendée Luçon
  18. Vendée Poiré-sur-Vie
  19. USJA Carquefou
  20. SO Cholet
  21. USSA Vertou
  22. Voltigeurs de Châteaubriant
  23. JSC Bellevue Nantes
  24. Vendée Fontenay Foot
  25. AS Yzeure
  26. Aurillac FCA
  27. Le Puy Foot 43 Auvergne
  28. RC Vichy
  29. AS Moulins
  30. US Avranches
  31. FC Saint-Lô Manche
  32. AST Deauville
  33. SC Herouvillais
  34. Montceau Bourgogne
  35. FC Chalon
  36. CO Avallonnais
  37. CS Louhans-Cuiseaux
  38. AS Graces
  39. JD Argentré-du-Plessis
  40. AS Vitré
  41. US Concarneau
  42. US Saint-Malo
  43. Stade Plabennecois
  44. Stade Pontivyen
  45. AS Plobannalec-Lesconil
  46. AG Plouvorn
  47. Dinan-Léhon FC
  48. GSI Pontivy
  49. AS Ginglin-Cesson
  50. FC Guichen
  51. AGL Drapeau Fougères
  52. Eglantine Vierzon
  53. Blois Foot 41
  54. Vierzon Foot 18
  55. USM Saran
  56. FC Chauray
  57. US Chauvigny
  58. FC Bressuire
  59. CA Meymacois
  60. ES La Rochelle
  61. ESA Brive
  62. CS Sedan Ardennes
  63. CO Saint-Dizier
  64. Sainte-Savine Rivière de Corps
  65. EF Reims Sainte-Anne Chatillons
  66. Borgo FC
  67. SC Bocognano Gravona
  68. CA Pontarlier
  69. Jura Sud Lavans
  70. SC Clémenceau Besançon
  71. ES Paulhan-Pézenas
  72. RCO Agde
  73. Olympique Alès
  74. AF Lozère
  75. FC Petit-Bard Montpellier
  76. Sarreguemines FC
  77. SAS Épinal
  78. AS Morhange
  79. FC Saint Mihiel
  80. AS Pagny-sur-Moselle
  81. ES Villerupt Thil
  82. US Forbach
  83. Le Mans FC
  84. US St-Berthevin
  85. ES Bonchamp
  86. FC Martigues
  87. GS Consolat
  88. FC Istres
  89. US Marseille Endoume
  90. Étoile Fréjus Saint-Raphaël
  91. Marssac Rivières Senouillac Rives du Tarn
  92. Séméac Olympique
  93. Balma SC
  94. Auch Football
  95. Tarbes Pyrénées Football
  96. Toulouse Rodéo FC
  97. US Maubeuge
  98. AC Cambrai
  99. Iris Club de Croix
  100. FC Loon-Plage
  101. FC Lille Sud
  102. Arras FA
  103. US Boulogne
  104. Stade Béthunois FC
  105. AS Marck
  106. US Nœux-les-Mines
  107. USL Dunkerque
  108. Calais RUFC
  109. US Saint-Omer
  110. CMS Oissel
  111. US Quevilly
  112. ESM Gonfreville
  113. US Lillebonne
  114. Paris FC
  115. FCM Aubervilliers
  116. US Lusitanos Saint-Maur
  117. US Fleury-Mérogis
  118. Sainte-Geneviève Sports
  119. CS Meaux
  120. Olympique Noisy-le-Sec
  121. Red Star F.C.
  122. AS Saint-Ouen-l'Aumône
  123. Champigny F.C. 94
  124. AF Bobigny
  125. FC Chambly
  126. AS Beauvais Oise
  127. Amiens SC
  128. Amiens AC
  129. Ailly sur Somme FC
  130. US Laon
  131. RC Clermont
  132. Aix FC
  133. FC Vaulx en Velin
  134. FC Limonest
  135. FC Bourgoin jallieu
  136. AS Saint-Priest
  137. Ain Sud Foot
  138. MOS-3 Rivières FC
  139. AS Lyon-Duchère
  140. Olympique Saint-Marcellin
  141. ASF Andrézieux
  142. FC Échirolles
  143. Grenoble Foot 38
  144. Monts d'Or Azergues Foot
  145. FC Rhône Vallées
  146. Siroco Les Abymes (Guadeloupe)
  147. CS Moulien (Guadeloupe)
  148. US Matoury (French Guiana)
  149. US Macouria (French Guiana)
  150. AS Excelsior (Réunion)
  151. SS Saint-Louisienne (Réunion)
  152. A.S. Tefana (French Polynesia)
  153. Les Jumeaux M'Zouasia AS (Mayotte)
  154. Club Franciscain (Martinique)
  155. Les Aiglons Lamentin (Martinique)
  156. AS Magenta (New Caledonia)

Seventh round[edit]

There are 88 matches this round. 145 winners from the sixth round are joined by 11 overseas teams and 20 Ligue 2 teams.

Eighth round[edit]

There are 44 matches this round.

Round of 64[edit]

44 winners of the eighth round are joined by the 20 Ligue 1 teams.[1]

Round of 32[edit]

Round of 16[edit]

Quarter-finals[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]

Matches were played on 7–8 April 2015.

Final[edit]

The 2015 Coupe de France final was played on 30 May 2015 between Auxerre, from Ligue 2; and Paris Saint-Germain, from Ligue 1.

Auxerre (2)0–1Paris Saint-Germain (1)
Cavani Goal 64'
Attendance: 80,000

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tirage des 32èmes de finale". FFF. Retrieved 17 December 2014.

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