Paris Saint-Germain win women's Coupe de France

Thanks to their victory over FC Fleury 91 (1-0) in Montpellier on Saturday, Paris Saint-Germain Women have won the 2023-2024 edition of the Women's Coupe de France, the fourth in the history of the capital club.

Lieke Martens van Leer gave the Rouge et Bleu an 1-0 victory over FC Fleury 91.

This success for Jocelyn Prêcheur's players at the Stade de la Mosson means a sixth trophy and a fourth Coupe de France for the women's section of Paris Saint Germain, following on from those of 2010, 2018 and 2022.

Before winning this final, the Parisians had successively beaten Bréquigny CPB in the round of 32 (0-4), AS Saint-Étienne in the round of 16 (2-1), Puy-en-Velay in the quarter-finals (0-4) and Paris FC in the semi-finals (3-3, 4-3 on penalties).

Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, President of Paris Saint-Germain: "We are delighted to see PSG Women win their fourth Coupe de France. Our women's team represents the very best in footballing talent and this latest title testifies to Paris Saint-Germain's commitment to excellence. Congratulations to the players, the coach and the entire sporting team for their remarkable performance. The whole Paris Saint-Germain family is united behind the team as we approach the play-offs, the final phase of the season."

Paris Saint-Germain play their final round of the D1 Arkema regular-season campaign at Reims on Wednesday 8 May, before facing Paris FC in the league semi-final at the Parc des Princes on Saturday 11 May.

End-of-season fixtures

Wednesday 8 May - Stade Gaston-Gérard (Reims)

16:30: Stade de Reims v Paris Saint-Germain

D1 Arkema - Round 22

Saturday 11 May - Parc des Princes (Paris)

21:00: Paris Saint-Germain vs Paris Football Club

D1 Arkema - Semi-final

Friday 17 May - Venue to be confirmed

18:00: Third-place play-off 3ème or 21:00: Championship final

D1 Arkema


4 Coupes de France: 2010, 2018, 2022, 2024
1 French Championship: 2021
1 French D2 Championship: 2001