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The Coupe de France 2000-2001 was its 84th edition. It was won by the RC Strasbourg, which defeated Amiens SC in the final.

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Round of 64

Home team Score Away team
Stade Rennais (D1) 2 - 1 En Avant de Guingamp (D1)
AJ Auxerre (D1) 1 - 0 Lille OSC (D1)
Racing Club de Lens (D1) 2 - 2 ESTAC (D1) 1-3 pen
Olympique Lyonnais (D1) 3 - 2 SM Caen (D2)
LB Châteauroux (D2) 0 - 0 Toulouse FC (D1) 10-9 pen
AS Nancy (D2) 1 - 2 Racing Club de Strasbourg (D1)
Gazélec Ajaccio (Nat.) 2 - 3 AS Saint-Etienne (D1) a.e.t.
ASOA Valence (Nat.) 1 - 0 AS Monaco (D1)
Thouars Foot 79 (Nat.) 0 - 2 Paris SG (D1) a.e.t.
Pacy Vallée-d'Eure Football (Nat.) 0 - 9 FC Nantes (D1)
Calais RUFC (CFA) 1 - 3 CS Sedan (D1)
FC Dieppe (CFA) 1 - 2 FC Metz (D1)
ES Thaon (DH) 0 - 4 Olympique de Marseille (D1)
Annonay (Ligue) 0 - 3 SC Bastia (D1)
Stade issoirien (Ligue) 0 - 5 Girondins de Bordeaux (D1)
Stade Lavallois (D2) 0 - 1 SCO Angers (D2)
Le Mans Union Club 72 (D2) 1 - 0 AC Ajaccio (D2)
Clermont Foot (Nat.) 2 - 2 FC Sochaux (D2) 5-4 pen
FC Sète (CFA) 2 - 1 AS Cannes (D2)
Marcq-en-Bareuil (Ligue) 0 - 2 ES Wasquehal (D2)
FC Libourne-Saint-Seurin (CFA) 2 - 2 Grenoble Foot 38 (Nat.) 3-4 pen
Football Club Chalonnais (CFA2) 1 - 1 Stade de Reims (Nat.) 1-4 pen
SO Cholet (CFA2) 0 - 0 La Roche Vendée Football (Nat.) 5-6 pen
Lambres-les-Douai (Ligue) 0 - 2 Amiens SC (Nat.)
US Saint-Omer (CFA2) 1 - 0 AS Cherbourg (CFA)
US Concarneau (CFA2) 1 - 2 Vendée Fontenay Foot (CFA)
CSO Amnéville (DH) 0 - 4 US Boulogne (CFA)
FC Bayeux (DH) 0 - 2 Vannes OC (CFA)
Vandoeuvre (Ligue) 1 - 2 Levallois SC (CFA)
Gallia Club Lunel (CFA2) 0 - 2 FA Carcassonne Villalbe (CFA2)
FC Montceau Bourgogne (DH) 0 - 1 US Saint-Georges-les-Ancizes (CFA2)
Montmorillon (Ligue) 1 - 2 FC Sens (DH)


Round of 32

Home team Score Away team
Olympique Lyonnais (D1) 1 - 1 AS Saint-Etienne (D1) 4-3 pen
Bordeaux (D1) 0 - 1 FC Nantes (D1)
SC Bastia (D1) 4 - 1 FC Metz (D1)
Paris SG (D1) 0 - 4 AJ Auxerre (D1)
LB Châteauroux (D2) 1 - 0 Olympique de Marseille (D1)
Clermont Foot (Nat.) 0 - 1 Racing Club de Strasbourg (D1)
Amiens SC (Nat.) 3 - 1 Stade Rennais (D1)
Vendée Fontenay Foot (CFA) 1 - 0 CS Sedan (D1)
FC Sens (DH) 1 - 3 Troyes (D1)
La Roche Vendée Football (Nat.) 1 - 3 Le Mans Union Club 72 (D2) a.e.t.
SCO Angers (D2) 0 - 0 Stade de Reims (Nat.) 8-9 pen
Levallois SC (CFA) 0 - 1 ES Wasquehal (D2)
ASOA Valence (Nat.) 3 - 2 US Boulogne (CFA) a.e.t.
FA Carcassonne Villalbe (CFA2) 2 - 1 FC Sète (CFA)
US Saint-Omer (CFA2) 0 - 2 Grenoble Foot 38 (Nat.) a.e.t.
Vannes OC (CFA) 1 - 0 US Saint-Georges-les-Ancizes (CFA2)


Round of 16

Home team Score Away team
ASOA Valence (Nat.) 0 - 2 RC Strasbourg (D1)
Stade de Reims (Nat.) 1 - 0 SC Bastia (D1)
Amiens SC (Nat.) 0 - 0 Le Mans (D2) 4-2 pen
LB Châteauroux (D2) 0 - 2 Grenoble Foot 38 (Nat.)
FA Carcassonne Villalbe (CFA2) 0 - 3 FC Nantes (D1)
Vendée Fontenay Foot (CFA) 1 - 1 Olympique Lyonnais (D1) 4-5 pen
Vannes OC (CFA) 1 - 2 AJ Auxerre (D1)
Troyes (D1) 1 - 0 ES Wasquehal (D2)


Quarter-finals

Home team Score Away team
FC Nantes (D1) 4 - 1 AJ Auxerre (D1) a.e.t.
Racing Club de Strasbourg (D1) 3 - 0 Olympique Lyonnais (D1)
Grenoble Foot 38 (Nat.) 2 - 4 Troyes (D1) a.e.t.
Amiens SC (Nat.) 1 - 0 Stade de Reims (Nat.)


Semi-finals

2001-04-20
RC Strasbourg 4 – 1 FC Nantes Atlantique Stade de la Meinau, Strasbourg
Luyindula Goal 29'
Johansen Goal 55'
Camadini Goal 72'
Chilavert Goal 90' (pen)
(Report) Vahirua Goal 83'

2001-04-21
Amiens SC 0 – 0 (a.e.t.)
(4 – 2 pen.)
Troyes Stade de la Licorne, Amiens
(Report)

Final

May 26, 2001
RC Strasbourg 0 – 0 Amiens SC Stade de France, Saint-Denis
Referee: Alain Duhamel
(Report)
    PENALTIES    

Teddy Bertin Scored
Jacques Rémy Scored
Péguy Luyindula Scored
Valérien Ismaël Scored
José Luis Chilavert Scored

5 – 4

Scored Peter Sampil
Scored Emerick Darbelet
Scored Xavier Chalier
Missed Jean-Paul Abalo
Scored Laurent Strzelczak

Amiens went first

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