Final Stage

Final Stage (March 31, 2018)

Paris S-G won match in normal time.

Semi-finals (January 30, 2018 to January 31, 2018)

Paris S-G won match in normal time and advance to Final Stage.
Monaco won match in normal time and advance to Final Stage.

Quarter-finals (January 9, 2018 to January 10, 2018)

Final
Monaco won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.
Rennes won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.
Paris S-G won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.
Montpellier won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.

Round of 16 (December 12, 2017 to December 13, 2017)

Toulouse won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
Final
Angers won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
Final
Monaco won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
Rennes won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Quarter-finals.
Paris S-G won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
Final
Nice won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Quarter-finals.
Amiens won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
Montpellier won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.

Initial Stage

Third Round (October 24, 2017 to October 25, 2017)

Caen won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
Montpellier won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
Lille won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Round of 16.
Tours won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
Amiens won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
Strasbourg won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Round of 16.
Angers won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
Rennes won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
Metz won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
Toulouse won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.

Second Round (August 22, 2017)

Lorient won match in normal time and advance to Third Round.
Nancy won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Third Round.
Clermont Foot won match in normal time and advance to Third Round.
Tours won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Third Round.
Red Star won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Third Round.
Valenciennes won match in normal time and advance to Third Round.

First Round (August 8, 2017)

Results are from a single match.
Lorient won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Second Round.
Gazélec Ajaccio won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Second Round.
Clermont Foot won match in normal time and advance to Second Round.
Final
Tours won match in normal time and advance to Second Round.
Le Havre won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Second Round.
Reims won match in normal time and advance to Second Round.
Paris FC won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Second Round.
Valenciennes won match in normal time and advance to Second Round.
Orléans won match in normal time and advance to Second Round.
Red Star won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Second Round.
Lens won match in normal time and advance to Second Round.

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Paris S-G4400124+812Ángel Di María, Edinson Cavani - 2Kevin Trapp
2Monaco430164+294,834Radamel Falcao - 3Danijel Subašić, Diego Benaglio
3Rennes4311108+21028,620Adrien Hunou - 3Abdoulaye Diallo
3Montpellier430173+49Souleymane Camara - 3Dimitry Bertaud
5Toulouse320186+26Yaya Sanogo, Max Gradel... - 2Alban Lafont
5Angers320143+164,109Angelo Fulgini, Baptiste Guillaume... - 1Ludovic Butelle, Anthony Mandrea...
5Amiens32014406Seybou Koita, Julien Ielsch... - 1Régis Gurtner
5Nice211123-14Alassane Pléa, Mario Balotelli - 1Yoan Cardinale
9Tours431184+4109,477Daniel Mancini, Hameur Bouazza - 2Axel Kacou
9Metz210111035,612Mathieu Dossevi - 1Thomas Didillon
9Caen210112-13Christian Kouakou - 1Brice Samba
9Lille2021330230,643Yassine Benzia, Luiz Araújo... - 1Hervé Koffi, Mike Maignan
9Marseille10112201Valère Germain, Kostas Mitroglou - 1Yohann Pelé
9Strasbourg201135-2118,317Stéphane Bahoken, Jérémy Grimm... - 1Alexandre Oukidja
9Bordeaux100102-20Jérôme Prior
9Lyon100114-30Myziane Maolida - 1Mathieu Gorgelin
17Red Star322112-18Teddy Teuma - 1Arnaud Balijon
17Valenciennes321083+574,113Steve Ambri - 2Cyrille Merville
17Lorient321144078,862Denis Bouanga, Gaëtan Courtet... - 1Danijel Petković
17Clermont Foot320154+16Rémy Dugimont - 2Mehdi Jeannin
17Nancy211175+248,965Patrik Eler, Serge N'Guessan... - 1Sergei Chernik
17Saint-Étienne10101101Hernani - 1Stéphane Ruffier
17Troyes100112-104,693François Bellugou - 1Erwin Zelazny
17Dijon100112-1010,491Frédéric Sammaritano - 1Benjamin Leroy
17Guingamp100102-2013,318Marc-Aurèle Caillard, Denis Petrić
17Nantes100113-20Lucas Lima - 1Maxime Dupé
27Le Havre212144054,849Nathaël Julan - 2Yohann Thuram-Ulien
27Gazélec Ajaccio212100053,073Maxime Cassara
27Orléans211132+14Gaëtan Perrin, Karim Ziani... - 1Thomas Renault
27Paris FC211102-241,165Vincent Demarconnay
27Lens2101440312,070Cristian López - 2Jérémy Vachoux
27Reims210113-23Gregory Berthier - 1Johann Carrasso
33Nîmes10114401Téji Savanier, Anthony Briançon... - 1Martin Sourzac
33Auxerre10111101Florian Ayé - 1Zacharie Boucher
33Stade Laval101111013,481Elton - 1Maxime Hautbois
33Créteil10110001Romain Lejeune
33Brest10110001Gautier Larsonneur
33Quevilly-Rouen100101-10825Dan Delaunay
33Châteauroux100101-102,782Mouez Hassen
33Bourg-Péronnas100101-101,425Sébastien Callamand
33Ajaccio100112-10Mathieu Coutadeur - 1Jules Goda
33Sochaux100113-20Sofiane Daham - 1Lawrence Ati-Zigi
33Niort100114-30Romain Grange - 1Arthur Desmas
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