Coupe de France Féminine Round of 32 results (3rd - 4th January 2015)

Coupe de France Féminine results (3rd – 4th January 2015)

The Coupe de France Féminine returned this weekend with PSG v Arras kicking off the action on Saturday and the majority of fixtures to be played on Sunday.

PSG are the first team to book their place in the last 16 of the Coupe de France Féminine. The majority of the round of 32 fixtures will take place tomorrow.

Saturday 3 January

Full-time: PSG 6-0 Arras

Goalscorers:

Kenza Dali 28′, 77′ , Marie-Laure Delie 37′, 47′, Kheira Hamraoui 52′, Fatmire Alushi 61′
Paris Saint-Germain are the first team to progress to the Round of 16 of the Coupe de France Féminine after beating Arras 6-0 at the Stade George Lefèvre.

Video

CA Paris 1 – 1 Metz (Metz FC win 4-3 on penalties)

Laurène Duclaud 48′ ; Marie-Charlotte Léger 42′
 

Sunday 4 January

Coupe de France Féminine

Montauban 1 – 1 Le Puy (Montauban wi 4-3 on penalties)

Mandy Jacques 62′ ; Juliette Bernier 55′
 
 

US Saint-Romanaise 0 – 8 ASPTT Albi

 
 

Vesoul 0 – 7 Yzeure Allier

Allison Blais 4′, Candice Pognat 13′, 75′, Grace Yango 15′, Cynthia Gueheo-Djetou 35′, Sarah Chalabi 87′, Océane Troncin 88′
 
 

Domtac FC 0 – 2 Ambilly

Laura Vervisch 5′, Elodie Policarpo 55′
 
 

Clermont Foot 4 – 1 Hirtzbach

Janice Thebault, Vanessa Charrade, Perrine Lombart, Sabrina Klughertz
 
 

Saint-Étienne 5 – 0 Dijon

Sarah Palacin 30′, Caroline Audemar 53′, Léonie Fleury 58′, Marion Blanc Gonnet 68′
 
 

Bourges18  0 – 2 Nivolas

Justine Picout 2′, 5′
 
 

VGA Saint-Maur 0 – 5 Olympique Lyonnais

Eugénie Le Sommer 30′, Lotta Schelin 47′, 78′, Amel Majri 63′, Wendie Renard 75′
 
 

Metz ESAP 2 – 1 Saint Quentin

 
 

US Plantières Metz 1 – 4 Mars Bischheim

Laure Clavé 22′, Charlotte Camus 35′, Léa Wioland 58′, Ornella Moretto 88′
 
 

Vendenheim V Val d’Orge (off)

 
 

Juvisy 7 – 0 Tremblay

Camille Catala 20′, 25′, Lilas Traïkia 39′, Anaig Butel 40′, Sandrine Bretigny 63′, Gaetane Thiney 65′, Aïssatou Tounkara 70′
 
 

FC Nantes 1 – 4 Lorient

Elena Shcheghleva 14′ ; Amandine Sevin 45′, Mathilde Jouanno 48′, 49′, Océane Ezano 55′
 
 

CBOS Angers 0 – 1 Guingamp

Salma Amani
 
 

Etampes 1 – 4 Nancy

Marine Morel x2, Mégane Heckel, Léonie Adam
 
 

La Roche-sur-Yon 1 – 3 Blanquefort

Elodie Nakkach 72′ ; Margaux Montegut 49′, Eva Sumo 65′, Ashley Lubin 88′
 
 

Saint-Lyphard 0 – 2 Orvault SF

Dorothée Gazagne 4′, Béatrice Kaboré 90+2′
 
 

ASC Bas Vernet 1 – 4 AS Véore Montoison

Christelle Le Duff ; Cécile Coulomb 13′, 59′, Estelle Lagier 46′, Laura Meynier 83′
 
 

FAMF Marseille 1 – 2 Olympique Marseille

Julie Manzi 5′ ; Léa Rubio 15′, Emilie Pelloux 50′
 
 

Eysinaise 3 – 5 Saint Malo

Fiona Le Callet 10′, 35′, 63′, Michèle Abad 25′, Léa Le Garrec 37′
 
 

Etoile d’Aubune 0 – 2 Muret

Aimy Diop 5′, Sabrina Labiod 52′
 
 

Portet ASPCR 2 – 6 Rodez

Juliane Lévy x2 ; Clara Noiran x4, Marine Haupais, Flavie Lemaitre
 
 

Templemars Vendeville 1 – 0 Compiègne Club Oise

Charlotte Sailly 26′
 

Caen AG 2 – 2 Amiens

Mélissa Frebourg 73′, Mylène Swiatek 75′
 

Rouen V Issy (13:30)

 
 

ESM Gonfreville 0 – 2 Gravelines

Mélissa Frebourg 73′, Mylène Swiatek 75′
 

Changé 0 – 4 Hénin-Beaumont

Elodie Branquart x2, Camille Lewandoski, Charlotte Blanchard
 

Rouvroy V Le Mans (off)

 
 

Cholet 0 – 13 Soyaux

 
 

Nîmes Metropole Gard V Montpellier (15:30)

 
 

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