2017–18 Coupe de France First Preliminary Round

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Preliminary round[edit]

Centre-Val de Loire Centre-Val de Loire[edit]

These matches were played on 20 August and 3 September 2017.[1]

  1. ^ Game won through forfeit.
  2. ^ US Le Blanc penalised for fielding an ineligible player. AF Bouchardais qualify. Original results not known.[2]
  3. ^ Match was replayed after the original fixture was abandoned with 65 minutes played, due to a pitch invasion.[3]

First round[edit]

Mayotte Mayotte[edit]

These matches were played on 18 February 2017.[4] Tiers shown reflect the 2016–17 season.

Île-de-France Paris-Île-de-France[edit]

These matches were played between 7 May and 31 May 2017.[6] Tiers shown reflect the 2016–17 season.

Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Bourgogne-Franche-Comté[edit]

These matches were played on 19 and 20 August 2017.[10] Some tiers are not yet known because lower level divisions have not been finalised.

Centre-Val de Loire Centre-Val de Loire[edit]

These matches played between 19 August and 10 September 2017.[11]

Grand Est[edit]

The first round qualifiers for the regional league of Grand Est were organised separately by the three constituent sectors.

Alsace Alsace[edit]

These matches were played between 12 and 17 August 2017.[13]

Champagne-Ardenne Champagne-Ardenne[edit]

These matches were played on 20 August 2017.[16]

Lorraine Lorraine[edit]

These matches are scheduled to be played between 24 May and 13 August 2017.[17] Tiers shown reflect the 2016–17 season.

Nouvelle-Aquitaine Nouvelle-Aquitaine[edit]

These matches were played between 25 August and 3 September 2017.[20]

Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes[edit]

These matches were played on 18, 19 and 20 August 2017.[24]

Méditerranée[edit]

These matches were played on 26 and 27 August 2017.[30]

Occitanie Occitanie[edit]

Midi-Pyrénées Midi-Pyrénées[edit]

The first round in the Midi-Pyrénées sector is organised by individual districts. The matches were played on 18, 19 and 20 August 2017.

Languedoc-Roussillon Languedoc-Roussillon[edit]

These matches were played on 18, 19 and 20 August 2017.[40]

Pays de la Loire Pays de la Loire[edit]

These matches were played on 26 and 27 August 2017.[42]

Brittany Bretagne[edit]

These matches were played 18 and 20 August 2017.[44]

Normandy Normandie[edit]

These matches were played on 19, 20 and 27 August 2017.[45]

Hauts-de-France[edit]

These matches were played on 26 and 27 August 2017.[46]

  1. ^ US Bandrélé were penalised for fielding an ineligible player. Racine du Nord progress to the second round. Original scoreline 1–1 (3–4 p)[5]
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  3. ^ Game void in favour of AJ Limeil-Brévannes due to AS Corbeil-Essonnes having been ejected from the league and therefore no longer meeting the conditions for participation in the competition.[7]
  4. ^ Game void in favour of US Ville d'Avray as Mantes City were penalised in advance by the authorities due to not being up to date with league subscriptions.[8]
  5. ^ Game ruled void in favour of USO Bezons after Mantes-la-Ville FC informed the authorities too late that neither their ground nor their opponents was available on the scheduled date, and therefore a new date could not be scheduled within the deadlines set by the authorities.[7]
  6. ^ Game void in favour of Maisons-Laffitte FC as Fouilleuse FC were penalised in advance by the authorities due to not being up to date with league subscriptions.[8]
  7. ^ US Lagny Messager penalised for fielding a suspended player. AS Outre-Mer du Bois l'Abbé qualify for the second round.[9]
  8. ^ Game void in favour of Villepinte Flamboyants as Champs FC were penalised in advance by the authorities due to not being up to date with league subscriptions.[8]
  9. ^ Game void in favour of Mitry-Mory as AS Victory were penalised in advance by the authorities due to not being up to date with league subscriptions.[8]
  10. ^ Game ruled void in favour of ES Montreuil after Courtry Foot informed the authorities too late that neither their ground nor their opponents was available on the scheduled date, and therefore a new date could not be scheduled within the deadlines set by the authorities.[7]
  11. ^ Game ruled void in favour of AS Chelles after AS Porte de Bagnolet failed to inform the authorities that their ground was unavailable on the scheduled day and failed to attempt to rearrange the game within the defined period.[8]
  12. ^ Game ruled void in favour of FC Montmorency after AFC Île St Denis informed the authorities too late that neither their ground nor their opponents was available on the scheduled date, and therefore a new date could not be scheduled within the deadlines set by the authorities.[7]
  13. ^ Game ruled void in favour of FC Boissy after Parisud FC failed to inform the authorities that their ground was unavailable on the scheduled date and failed to attempt to rearrange the game within the defined period.[8]
  14. ^ Game ruled void in favour of FC Romainville after Lutetia FC failed to inform the authorities that their ground was unavailable on the scheduled day and failed to attempt to rearrange the game within the defined period.[8]
  15. ^ Game ruled void in favour of Enfants de Gennevilliers after ES Créteil failed to inform the authorities that their ground was unavailable on the scheduled day and failed to attempt to rearrange the game within the defined period.[8]
  16. ^ Gazelec Bourges penalised for fielding a suspended player. US Sancerre qualify. Original result 1–2 (a.e.t.).[12]
  17. ^ US Le Pêchereau penalised for fielding a suspended player. Black Roosters FC qualify. Original result not known.[12]
  18. ^ SC Ergersheim folded on 11 August 2017. Entente de la Mossig Wasselonne/Romanswiller qualify.[14]
  19. ^ Match abandoned after injury left FC Kingersheim with less than 8 players on the field. The scoreline at the time was 0–5. FC Bantzenheim qualify.[15]
  20. ^ Entente Bure-Boulange were formed in May 2017 by a merger of US Boulange and FC Bure, after the first round game between the two clubs.. They took the place of FC Bure in the second round.[18]
  21. ^ Game was replayed due to the referee not playing extra time before penalty kicks. Original result 1–1 (8–9 p).[19]
  22. ^ Match was ordered to be replayed after the referee omitted to play extra time in the original fixture, which ES Bournos-Doumy-Garlède won on penalty kicks.[21][22]
  23. ^ Match was ordered to be replayed after the referee omitted to play extra time in the original fixture, which A Mauzé-Rigné won on penalty kicks after a 2–2 final score.[23][22]
  24. ^ Match abandoned after 80 minutes due to fighting.[25] Both teams disqualified from the competition.[26]
  25. ^ Foot Sud 74 penalised for fielding a suspended player. ES Thyez qualify.[27]
  26. ^ Match abandoned after 118 minutes due to the referee requesting police intervention.[28] ASL St Cassien penalised, Olympique Nord Dauphiné qualify for the second round.[29]
  27. ^ FC La Sure penalised for fielding a suspended player. FC Voiron-Moirans qualify.[27]
  28. ^ FC Algerien penalised (reason unknown). FC La Ciotat-Ceyreste qualify for the second round. Original scoreline 4–4 (5–6 p)
  29. ^ FC Brulhois penalised for fielding an ineligible player. FC Nègrepelisse-Montricoux qualify. Original scoreline 3–1 (a.e.t.).[39]
  30. ^ FC Thuirinois penalised for fielding ineligible players. FC St Cyprien-Latour qualify. Original scoreline 1–2.[41]
  31. ^ UFC Narbonne penalised (reason unknown). ES Cazouls-Maraussan-Maureilhan qualify. Original scoreline 2–7.
  32. ^ ES Craon penalised for fielding an ineligible player. USA Pouancé qualify. Original scoreline 2–0.[43]
  33. ^ SC Montaigu penalised for fielding a suspended player. US Coucy-lès-Eppes qualify for second round. Original scoreline unknown.[47]
  34. ^ FC Bucy-le-Long penalised for fielding two suspended players. AS Gandelu qualify for the second round. Original scoreline unknown.[47]
  35. ^ FC Hannapes penalised for fielding a suspended player. ESUS Buironfosse-La Capelle qualify for the second round. Original scoreline unknown.[47]
  36. ^ AS Courrièroise penalised for fielding a suspended player. JS Écourt-St Quentin qualify for the second round. Original scoreline 2–1.[47]
  37. ^ JS Renescuroise penalised for fielding three suspended players. ES Roquetoire qualify for the second round. Original scoreline 3–3 (5–3 p).[47]
  38. ^ AS St Martin-au-Laërt penalised for fielding a suspended player. US Bomy qualify for the second round. Original scoreline 0–6.[47]
  39. ^ US Pont Flers penalised for fielding a suspended player. US Pecquencourt qualify for the second round. Original scoreline 6–3.[48]
  40. ^ ESM Hamel penalised for fielding a suspended player. FC Masny qualify for the second round. Original scoreline 0–1 (a.e.t.).[48]
  41. ^ US Viesly penalised for fielding a suspended player. AS Cuincy qualify for the second round. Original scoreline 2–1.[48]
  42. ^ Match not played due to the field not being marked out at the scheduled time. FC Lecelles-Rosult penalised. Maing FC qualify for the second round.[47]
  43. ^ CG Haubourdin penalised for fielding a suspended player. AS Bourgogne Tourcoing qualify for the second round. Original scoreline unknown.[48]

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