Coupe de France (ice hockey)

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Eddy Ferhi with the Coupe de France trophy (2008)
Christophe Tartari with the winner's trophy

The Coupe de France is an ice hockey competition from France , which (with the exception of the 2000/01 season) is held annually by the French Ice Hockey Federation. There was already a Coupe de France in 1968 , but this competition has only been sparse for over 30 years. The competition was only played again in 2000. The competition has been held since the 2006/07 season as the "Trophée Pete Laliberté" in honor of the former ice hockey player Gaetan "Pete" Laliberté.


Teams from Ligue Magnus , such as Division 1, Division 2 and Division 3, take part in the Coupe de France . Participation in the competition is voluntary for the clubs. The clubs compete against each other in one game. If a team is two leagues under its opponent or has already played away in the previous round, its opponent must play away in the next round, unless he has also played away. In the event of a tie after regular playing time, progress is determined by overtime and, if necessary, a penalty shootout.

The pairings are drawn before the first round, with mostly teams from the same region competing up to the round of 16. The final has been held annually at the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy since 2007 .


season master
2018 Lyon Hockey Club
2017 Grenoble Métropole Hockey 38
2016 Rouen Hockey Elite 76
2015 Rouen Hockey Elite 76
2014 Association des Sports de Glisse d'Angers
2013 Diables Rouges de Briançon
2012 Dijon Hockey Club
2011 Rouen Hockey Elite 76
2010 Diables Rouges de Briançon
2009 Grenoble Métropole Hockey 38
2008 Grenoble Métropole Hockey 38
2007 Association des Sports de Glisse d'Angers
2006 Dijon Hockey Club
2005 Rouen Hockey Elite 76
2004 Rouen Hockey Elite 76
2003 Ours de Villard-de-Lans
2002 Rouen Hockey Elite 76
2000 Hockey Club de Caen

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