Paris will face La Berrichonne de Châteauroux in the Coupe de France
Paris Saint-Germain will take on La Berrichonne de Châteauroux in the Round of 64 of this year's Coupe de France. We reveal all!
The Stade de la Beaujoire in Nantes played host to the draw for the Round of 64 of the 2022-2023 edition of the Coupe de France. And it's now official, the club from the capital will take on La Berrichonne de Châteauroux. An encounter that will allow Michel Denisot, former President of Paris Saint-Germain, to welcome Les Rouge et Bleu to Indre.
To secure their ticket for the Round of 64, the side from Berrichonne came out on top in Gironde in the previous round at Lège-Cap-Ferret (1-4).
It will be the third competitive encounter between the two side's in the competition, after the 3-1 victory in 1995-96 in the Round of 64 at the Parc des Princes, and the final victory at the Stade de France in 2003-2004, thanks to a goal from Pauleta!
Scheduled for Sunday 8 January, these Round of 64 matches will mark the entrance of the 20 Ligue 1 clubs into the competition, and they will take on clubs from Ligue 2, National, National 2, National 3, Regional 1 and Outre-mer.
As a reminder, Paris Saint-Germain, still hold the record for most titles in the competition, with 14 trophies, and will look to regain the title after Antoine Kombouaré's Nantes took the honours last season.
THe full draw
FC Limonest (N3) or Jura Sud (N2) / AC Ajaccio (L1)
Aubagne FC (N2) / Chambéry (N3)
Grenoble Foot (L2) / Nîmes Olympique (L2)
RC Grasse (N2) / La Tamponnaise (R1, Réunion)
Pau FC (L2) / Montpellier (L1)
AS Monaco (L1) / Rodez (L2)
Le Puy Foot (National ) / OGC Nice (L1)
Hyères FC (N2) / Olympique de Marseille (L1)
Lannion FC (N3) / Toulouse FC (L1)
Avranches (National) / Stade Brestois (L1)
FC Nantes (L1) / Vire (N3) or Caen (L2)
La Châtaigneraie (R1) / FC Lorient (L1)
Stade Pontivien (R1) / Les Herbiers (N2)
Plabennec (N3) / Vannes OC (N2)
US Granville (N2) / Niort (L2)
Bordeaux (L2) / Stade Rennais (L1)
USL Dunkerque (National) / AJ Auxerre (L1)
Paris FC (L2) / Valenciennes FC (L2)
ASM Belfort (N2) / Olympique Saint-Quentin (L2)
Loon-Plage (R1) / Stade de Reims (L1)
Thaon (N3) / Amiens SC (L2)
Linas-Montlhery (N3) / RC Lens (L1)
Reims Sainte-Anne (N3) or Wasquehal Football (N2) / USP de Cassel (R1)
Lille OSC (L1) / Troyes (L1)
FCO Strasbourg Koenigshoffen (R1) / Clermont Foot (L1)
Avoine (N3) / Vierzon FC (N2)
Evreux FC (N3) / SC Bastia (L2)
RC Strasbourg (L1) / Angers Sco (L1)
Olympique Lyonnais (L1) / FC Metz (L2)
ES Villerupt Thil (R1) / FC Annecy (L2)
FC Chamalières (N2) / Bourges Foot (N2)
Châteauroux (National) / Paris Saint-Germain (L1)