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1999–2000 Coupe de France

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1999–2000 Coupe de France

The Coupe de France 1999-2000 was its 83rd edition. It was won by the FC Nantes Atlantique, which defeated Calais RUFC in the final.

Round of 16

Home team Score Away team
Girondins de Bordeaux (D1) 1 - 0 FC Metz (D1)
RC Strasbourg (D1) 1 - 0 Paris SG (D1)
Stade Rennais (D1) 3 - 2 FC Lorient (D2)
FC Nantes Atlantique (D1) 0 - 0 FC Gueugnon (D2) 5-3 on p.k.
Red Star (Nat.) 1 - 2 Olympique Lyonnais (D1)
GSI Pontivy (CFA) 0 - 4 AS Monaco (D1)
Nîmes Olympique (D2) 2 - 0 Amiens SC (D2)
Calais RUFC (CFA) 1 - 1 AS Cannes (D2) 4-1 on p.k.


Home team Score Away team
Olympique Lyonnais (D1) 1 - 3 AS Monaco (D1)
FC Nantes Atlantique (D1) 2 - 1 a.e.t. Stade Rennais (D1)
Girondins de Bordeaux (D1) 1 - 0 Nîmes Olympique (D2)
Calais RUFC (CFA) 2 - 1 RC Strasbourg (D1)


AS Monaco 0 – 1 FC Nantes Atlantique
(Report) Da Rocha Goal 82'

Calais RUFC 3 – 1 Girondins de Bordeaux
Jandeau Goal 99'
Milien Goal 113'
Gérard Goal 119'
(Report) Laslandes Goal 108'


May 7, 2000
FC Nantes Atlantique 2 – 1 Calais RUFC
Sibierski Goal 50', Goal 90' (pen.) Dutitre Goal 34'
Stade de France, Saint-Denis
Attendance: 78,586
Referee: Claude Colombo


  • French federation

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