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2009–10 Coupe de la Ligue

The 2009–10 LFP. The defending champions were Ligue 1 club Bordeaux who defeated second division club Vannes 4–0 in the 2009 final. The competition began on 25 July 2009 and the final was held on 27 March 2010 at the Stade de France. The winners of the Coupe de la Ligue will qualify for the third qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League 2010–11. Ligue 1 club Marseille won the competition by defeating fellow first division club Bordeaux by a score of 3–1 in the final, thus giving them their first trophy since 1992.

News

On 29 June 2009, the Ligue de Football Professionnel board of directors announced that France Télévisions will be the official provider of Coupe de la Ligue coverage for the next three seasons.[1]

For the 2009–10 Coupe de la Ligue season, six clubs will be exempted until the Round of 16, the top 5 Ligue 1 finishers from the 2008–09 season and the winner of the 2008–09 Coupe de France. These teams earned exemption by virtue of qualifying for European competitions this season. Previously, only two clubs were exempted, the Ligue 1 champions and the runners-up. The six clubs that are exempted this year are Bordeaux, Marseille, Lyon, Toulouse, Lille, and Guingamp.

The draw for the preliminary round, 1st round, and 2nd round was determined on 8 July.[2]

Calendar

Round First match date Fixtures Clubs
Preliminary Round 25 July 2009 3 44 → 41
First Round 1 August 2009 10 41 → 31
Second Round 25 August 2009 5 31 → 26
Third Round 22 September 2009 10 26 → 16
Round of 16 12 January 2010 8 16 → 8
Quarter-finals 26 January 2010 4 8 → 4
Semi-finals 2 February 2010 2 4 → 2
Final (Stade de France) 27 March 2010 1 2 → 1

Preliminary round

The preliminary round was played on 25 July and featured the 2nd and 3rd place finishers from the 2008–09 Championnat National season, the bottom three finishers from the 2008–09 Ligue 2 season, and FC Gueugnon, all of whom qualified by virtue of their professional status in the LFP .

Home team Score Away team Additional information

Source: LFP
a.e.t. = after extra time; agg. = aggregation score; pen. = decision by penalties.

First round

The 1st round was played on 1 August and featured the three winners from the preliminary round, the bottom three finishers from the 2009 Ligue 1 season, the top finisher from the 2009 Championnat National season and thirteen mid-table teams from Ligue 2.

Home team Score Away team Additional information

Source: LFP
a.e.t. = after extra time; agg. = aggregation score; pen. = decision by penalties.

Second round

The 2nd round was played on the 25, 26, and 27 August and featured the ten clubs that successfully advanced from the 1st round.

Home team Score Away team Additional information

Source: LFP
a.e.t. = after extra time; agg. = aggregation score; pen. = decision by penalties.

Third round

The 3rd round was played on the 22 and 23 September and featured the five clubs that successfully advanced from the 2nd round, the twelve non-exempt Ligue 1 clubs, plus the top three finishers from Ligue 2.

Home team Score Away team Additional information

Source: LFP
a.e.t. = after extra time; agg. = aggregation score; pen. = decision by penalties.

Round of 16

The Round of 16 was played on 12 January 2010. It featured the five exempt Ligue 1 teams, the ten winners from the 3rd round, and the winner of the 2008–09 Coupe de France. The draw was determined on 25 September. The Le Mans–Bordeaux match was rescheduled to 26 January due to inclement weather.

Home team Score Away team Additional information

Source: LFP
a.e.t. = after extra time; agg. = aggregation score; pen. = decision by penalties.

Quarterfinals

27 January
17:00 CET
Lorient 1–0 Lyon
Gameiro Goal 5' Report
Stade du Moustoir, Lorient
Attendance: 16,758
Referee: Olivier Thual

27 January
18:45 CET
Guingamp 0–1 Toulouse
Report Ebondo Goal 55'
Stade du Roudourou, Guingamp
Attendance: 6,494
Referee: Laurent Duhamel

27 January
20:45 CET
Marseille 2–1 Lille
Lucho Goal 9'
Valbuena Goal 81'
Report de Melo Goal 4'
Stade Vélodrome, Marseille
Attendance: 19,217
Referee: Hervé Piccirillo

2 February
18:45 CET
Bordeaux 1–0 Sedan
Gouffran Goal 49' Report
Stade Chaban Delmas, Bordeaux
Attendance: 9,819
Referee: Stéphane Bre

Semi-finals

3 February
20:45 CET
Toulouse 1 – 2 (a.e.t.) Marseille
Gignac Goal 59' Report Brandão Goal 86'105'
Stadium Municipal, Toulouse
Attendance: 26,548
Referee: Lionel Jaffredo

17 February
20:45 CET
Lorient 1–4 Bordeaux
Koscielny Goal 12' Report Wendel Goal 24' (pen.)80'
Chamakh Goal 29'
Gouffran Goal 89'
Stade du Moustoir, Lorient
Attendance: 14,168
Referee: Clément Turpin

Final

27 March 2010
20:50 CET
Marseille 3–1 Bordeaux
Diawara Goal 61'
Valbuena Goal 67'
Chalmé Goal 77' (o.g)
Report Sané Goal 83'
Stade de France, Saint-Denis
Attendance: 79,000
Referee: Stéphane Lannoy

See also

References

  1. ^ La Coupe de la Ligue attribuée à France Télévisions
  2. ^ Tirage au sort en direct mercredi à 14h00

External links

  • Coupe de la Ligue official websites:
    • English
    • French
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