About Coupe de France
Coupe de France is the premium knockout cup competition in France organized by the French Football Federation and you can follow all the latest betting odds with OddsPortal.com.
The French Cup draw is open to all professional and amateur football clubs in France, including clubs based in overseas territories. There currently are more than 7,000 teams taking part in the French Cup fixture list offering plenty betting odds comparison on the competition.
There are a total of 14 rounds in the French Cup with the draw scheduled after each round. If a match ends in a draw extra time and penalties are held. The Coupe de France winner holds onto the trophy for one year and qualifies for the Europa League.
With amateur and lower league teams having home advantage the competition regularly produces surprises and teams with big French Cup betting odds often progress. Olympique Marseille have won the most Coupe de France titles over the years.
The French Cup final 2013/14 takes centre stage at the Stade de France in Paris with Bordeaux current champions after defeating Evian TG 3-2 in the 2012/13 Coupe de France final (with the best French Cup final betting odds comparison on Bordeaux at 2.10).
There is something rather unique about the competition and its tradition as starting eleven players must be given numbers 1 to 11 based on their position.
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