Clubs of Coupe de France Winners: Sochaux 2007

Sochaux won the Coupe de France after a 70 year wait in 2007. Their second win in the competition came when they beat Marseille in an exciting final which saw two goals on each side and a penalty shootout where Les Lionceaux were more successful.

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2. Rabiu Afolabi
1997 (Nigeria) 
1997-00 (Belgium) 
2000-01 (Italy) 
2001-03 (Belgium) 
2003-05 (Austria) 
2005-09 (France) 
2009-11 (Austria) 
2011-12 (France) 
2013 (Denmark) 
3. Duško Tošić
2002-06 (Serbia and Montenegro) 
2006-07 (France) 
2007-10 (Germany) 
2010 (England) 
2010 (England) 
2010-11 (Serbia) 
2011 (Spain) 
2012 (Serbia) 
2012-15 (Turkey) 
2015-18 (Turkey) 
2018-20 (China) 
2021 (Turkey) 
4. Sébastien Grax
2001-04 (France) 
2004-06 (France) 
2006-08 (France) 
2008-09 (France) 
2009-10 (France) 
2010 (France) 
2011-14 (France) 
5. Jérôme Leroy
1994-95 (France) 
1995-96 (France) 
1996-99 (France) 
2000-01 (France) 
2002-03 (France) 
2003-04 (France) 
2004-05 (France) 
2006 (Israel) 
2006-07 (France) 
2007-11 (France) 
2011-12 (France) 
2013-14 (France) 
2014-15 (France) 
2015 (France) 
6. Lionel Potillon
1991-93 (France) 
1993-01 (France) 
2001-03 (France) 
2003-04 (Spain) 
2004-07 (France) 
7. Romain Pitau
1997-98 (France) 
1998-01 (France) 
2001-04 (France) 
2004-09 (France) 
2009-13 (France) 
8. Karim Ziani
2001-04 (France) 
2004-06 (France) 
2006-07 (France) 
2007-09 (France) 
2009-10 (Germany) 
2011 (Turkey) 
2011-13 (Qatar) 
2013-14 (Qatar) 
2014-15 (UAE) 
2015 (UAE) 
2016 (Romania) 
2016-19 (France) 
9. Moumouni Dagano
1998 (Ivory Coast) 
1998-99 (Burkina Faso) 
1999-00 (Burkina Faso) 
2000-01 (Belgium) 
2001-03 (Belgium) 
2003-06 (France) 
2006-08 (France) 
2008-10 (Qatar) 
2010-11 (Qatar) 
2011-12 (Qatar) 
2012 (Qatar) 
2012-14 (Qatar) 
2014-15 (Qatar) 
2015 (Qatar) 
10. Valéry Mézague
1999-04 (France) 
2004-05 (England) 
2005 (France) 
2006-07 (France) 
2007-08 (France) 
2008 (France) 
2009 (France) 
2009-11 (France) 
2011 (Greece) 
2013 (England) 
2014 (France) 
11. Philippe Brunel
1991-95 (France) 
1995-96 (France) 
1995-01 (France) 
2001-02 (France) 
2002-05 (France) 
2005-07 (France) 
2007-11 (France) 
2011-12 (France) 
12. Michaël Isabey
1993-97 (France) 
1997-99 (France) 
1999-00 (France) 
2000-09 (France) 
2009-11 (France) 
2012-13 (France) 
13. Jérémie Bréchet
1998-03 (France) 
2003-04 (Italy) 
2004-06 (Spain) 
2006-08 (France) 
2008-09 (Netherlands) 
2009-12 (France) 
2012-13 (France) 
2013-14 (France) 
2014-18 (France) 
15. Álvaro Santos
1999 (Brazil) 
2000-03 (Sweden) 
2003-06 (Denmark) 
2006-07 (France) 
2007-08 (France) 
2008-09 (France) 
2009-10 (Sweden) 
2011 (Sweden) 
2011-14 (Sweden) 
2017 (Sweden) 
2018 (Sweden) 
16. Teddy Richert
1991-99 (France) 
1999-00 (France) 
2000-01 (France) 
2001-12 (France) 
17. Julien Quercia
2005-08 (France) 
2008-11 (France) 
2011-15 (France) 
2016-17 (Luxembourg) 
2017 (Luxembourg) 
2018 (France) 
2018-21 (France) 
18. Guirane N'Daw
2002-08 (France) 
2008-09 (France) 
2009-10 (France) 
2011 (Spain) 
2011-12 (England) 
2012 (France) 
2012-13 (England) 
2013-14 (Greece) 
2014-15 (France) 
2015-16 (France) 
19. Badara Sène
2006-08 (France) 
2008-09 (France) 
2009-10 (France) 
2010-11 (France) 
2011-12 (Switzerland) 
2012 (France) 
2012 (Switzerland) 
2013 (Switzerland) 
2015-16 (Switzerland) 
21. Robin Previtali
2006-07 (France) 
2007-08 (France) 
2008-09 (France) 
2009-10 (France) 
2010-12 (Portugal) 
2012-13 (France) 
2013-14 (France) 
24. Valter Birsa
2003 (Slovenia) 
2004 (Slovenia) 
2004-06 (Slovenia) 
2006-08 (France) 
2009-11 (France) 
2011-12 (Italy) 
2012-13 (Italy) 
2013-14 (Italy) 
2014-19 (Italy) 
2019-20 (Italy) 
25. Fousseni Diawara
1996-00 (France) 
2000-03 (France) 
2003-04 (France) 
2004-07 (France) 
2007 (France) 
2007 (France) 
2008-09 (Greece) 
2009-10 (France) 
2010-13 (France) 
2013-15 (France) 
28. Stéphane Pichot
1996-00 (France) 
2000-04 (France) 
2004-06 (France) 
2006-09 (France) 
2009-11 (France) 
2011-14 (Belgium) 
34. Anthony Le Tallec
2001 (England) 
2001-03 (France) 
2003-05 (England) 
2005 (France) 
2005-06 (England) 
2006-07 (France) 
2007-10 (France) 
2010-12 (France) 
2012-16 (France) 
2015-17 (Greece) 
2017 (Romania) 
2018-19 (France) 
2019-21 (France) 
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