Place in the last four of the Coupe de France on Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 April with the two semi-finals.
The Coupe de France is in its home stretch with the two semi-finals scheduled for Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 April. For the first meeting, it's a 100% Ligue 1 duel that is offered to you with Olympique Lyonnais, winner of PSG at the Parc in the league this weekend, which moves to the lawn of FC Nantes. To get there, the two clubs had to battle in the previous rounds with a narrow victory for the Laurent Blanc side against Grenoble while the Canaries took over RC Lens.
The winner of this confrontation will face Toulouse or Tom Thumb Annecy. After their incredible victory on penalties against Olympique de Marseille in the quarter-finals, the residents of the National can dream of a historic final. But to achieve this, it will be necessary to beat the TFC, which fell in the previous round of Rodez on a score without appeal of 6-1. Whatever happens, we are heading for an unprecedented Coupe de France final on April 29 at the Stade de France.
Here is the entire next or current day of the 2023 Coupe de France schedule. Scores are shown after each final whistle, as the matches progress. Enter a team name in the search engine to find a match:
Here is the schedule for the Coupe de France 2023 round by round, until the final scheduled for April 29, 2023:
Here are the results of the last completed round of the Coupe de France. Type a team name into the search engine to find a result:
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The matches of the Coupe de France 2022-2023 can be seen live on the antennas of beIN Sports. France Télévisions also broadcasts some meetings.