Paris will go to Strasbourg in the Coupe de France

The draw for the round of 16 of the Coupe de France took place on Tuesday. Paris Saint-Germain Handball will put their title back into play at the beginning of September and know their opponent for this first round!

The season barely over, the first deadlines for next year are already starting to fall. This is the case for the new edition of the Coupe de France (the last two were won by the Rouge et Bleu). For the Round of 16, ProLigue clubs host Liqui Moly StarLigue clubs. In order to achieve the pass of three, the Red and Blue will have to start by getting rid of Strasbourg. The meeting will take place on September 6 or 7.

The complete table of the 16th finals:

– Tremblay (ProLigue) – Nantes (Liqui Moly StarLigue)
– Saran (ProLigue) – Istres (Liqui Moly StarLigue)
– Frontignan (ProLigue) – Limoges (Liqui Moly StarLigue)
– Cherbourg (ProLigue) – Ivry (Liqui Moly StarLigue)
– Dijon (ProLigue) – Chambery (Liqui Moly StarLigue)
– Massy (ProLigue) – Chartres (Liqui Moly StarLigue)
– Bordeaux (ProLigue) – Dunkirk (Liqui Moly StarLigue)
– Sarrebourg (ProLigue) – Aix (Liqui Moly StarLigue)
– Villeurbanne (ProLigue) – Créteil (Liqui Moly StarLigue)
– Nice (ProLigue) – Montpellier (Liqui Moly StarLigue)
– Billère (ProLigue) – Saint-Raphaël (Liqui Moly StarLigue)
– Strasbourg (ProLigue) – Paris (Liqui Moly StarLigue)
– Nancy (ProLigue) – Selestat (Liqui Moly StarLigue)
– Caen (ProLigue) – Nimes (Liqui Moly StarLigue)
– Besançon (ProLigue) – Cesson (Liqui Moly StarLigue)
– Pontault-Combault (ProLigue) – Toulouse (Liqui Moly StarLigue)

As a reminder, the Capital Club ended its 2021-2022 financial year, with success in the Coupe de France final, ahead of Nantes.

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