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Coupe de France 2019/2020

Football in France has great and rich history and tradition. Beside the professional leagues and divisions, there are also many amateur or half professional football clubs in France. Their biggest chance to achieve some great success is Coupe de France also known as the Coupe Charles Simon. This competition was first held in 1917. This competition is open for all football clubs in France including the clubs from overseas departments and territories. The final of this competition is always played on  Stade de France stadium in Paris, and the winner qualifies for the group stage of the UEFA Europa League and also takes a place in the Trophée des Champions match. Paris Saint Germain is the most successful club in this competition with 12 titles, Marseille has 10 titles, Saint Etienne and Lille have 6 titles each, Monaco, RC Paris, Lyon and Red Star have 5 titles each, Bordeaux and Auxerre have 4 titles each etc. Rennes is the last winner of Coupe de France, in season 2018/19 they won in the final against Paris Saint Germain and won theirs 3rd Coupe de France title. In the season 2017-2018 a record number of clubs compete in the Coupe de France, a total of 8.506 clubs.

The 2019/2020 will be 103 edition of this competition. 14 rounds will be played through the season. Coupe de France is a knockout tournament, the pairs for each round are drawn randomly. Only one match is played without a second leg. If a match ends in a draw, extra time is played and if the match is still drawn, penalties are held. The first 6 round are preliminary rounds organised by 13 regional leagues from mainland and 6 from overseas departments and territories (Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique, Mayotte, New Caledonia, Tahiti, Réunion, Saint Martin and Saint Pierre and Miquelon). 156 teams from preliminary round will continue to round 7 when all professional clubs will join the Coupe de France. Interesting fact about this competition is that the numbers on the jerseys in every team must be from 1 to 18 and the first squad that starts the match must wear numbers from 1 to 11.

Rennes will be defending the title from the previous season, but by the odds given from the bookmakers they will have very little chance of it. However, this is a competition where everything is possible and since a lot of semi-professional and amateur clubs are competiting there anything is possible. The clubs from top league will have a lot of other matches during the season as league matches, European competition matches, etc. so Coupe de France is a chance for small clubs to make some surprises and achieve success. They are entering this competition a lot more motivated and determined then some of the professional clubs. We hope that this season will be more interesting and let the best team win the trophy.


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