Draw of 32nd: all matches

French Cup Draw

The draw for the 32nd finals of the Coupe de France was made this Monday, November 21 in Nantes. The matches will take place on January 8.


The Beaujoire stadium in Nantes hosted the draw for the 32nd round of the 2022-2023 edition of the Coupe de France on Monday evening. He designated the thirty-two posters on the program during this round which will mark the entry into the running of the Ligue 1 teams.

Here is the full result of this draw and its main highlights.

FC Nantes (L1), winner of the previous edition, will be opposed to the winner of the late match of the 8th round between AF Virois (N3) and SM Caen (L2), scheduled for Saturday December 17.

Paris SG, holder of the Coupe de France victories and current leader of Ligue 1, will travel to La Berrichonne Châteauroux (N).

Two clashes between Ligue 1 teams : RC Strasbourg against Angers SCO and LOSC Lille against ESTAC Troyes.

(Photo Philippe LE BRECH/APL/FFF)

Two matches between Ligue 2 residents : Grenoble Foot against Nîmes Olympique and Valenciennes FC against Paris FC.

► The FC Olympique Strasbourg Koenigshoffen (R1), Petit Poucet Intermarché of these 32nd finals, will receive Clermont Foot 63 (L1).

The other clubs of Regional 1 : AS Châtaigneraie against Lorient FC (L1), FC Loon Plage against Stade de Reims (L1), ES Villerupt Thill against FC Annecy (L2), Stade Pontivyen against Vendée Les Herbiers (N2) and l ‘US Pays de Cassel against Reims Sainte-Anne (N3) or Wasquehal Foot (N2).

► The Reunionese team of The Tamponnaisethe last overseas representative, will travel to mainland France to face RC Pays de Grasse (N2).

The distribution of the committed

  • League 1 : 20
  • League 2 : 12 or 13
  • National : 4
  • National 2 : 12 or 13 or 14
  • National 3 : 6 or 7 or 8 or 9
  • Regional 1 : 6
  • Overseas : 1


The people in charge of this draw for the round of 16: Oscar Vizcarrondo (women’s FC Nantes coach), Claire Lelarge (FC Nantes player), Jean-Paul Bertrand-Demanes (former FC Nantes international goalkeeper) and Charlotte Lorgeré (international player of FC Nantes) – (Photo FFF)


  • 32nd finals : Sunday January 8, 2023 (entry of Ligue 1 clubs)
  • round of 16 : Sunday, January 22, 2023
  • round of 16 : Wednesday, February 8, 2023
  • Quarter-finals : Wednesday, March 1, 2023
  • Semi-finals : Wednesday, April 5, 2023
  • Final : Saturday April 29, 2023 at the Stade de France (Saint-Denis)


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