A new identity for the Coupe de France

The French Basketball Federation (FFBB) has a new graphic identity for the 2022-23 season of the Coupe de France, which begins on Tuesday.

Let’s go, the 2022-2023 season opens this Tuesday, September 20 with the Men’s French Cup, mainly for the NM1 and Pro B teams. On this occasion, the FFBB unveiled a new graphic charter on its website. as well as the poster for the finals, which will take place on April 21 and 22, 2023 at the Accor Arena.

The program for the 1/64th finals:

Tuesday, September 20 – 15 meetings
Andrezieux-Boutheon (NM1) – Besançon (NM1)
Boulazac (Pro B) – Lorient (NM1)
Quimper (Pro B) – Les Sables Basket (NM1)
Toulouse (NM1) – Angers (Pro B)
Stade Rochelais (Pro B) – Nantes (Pro B)
Tarbes Lourdes (NM1) – Poitiers (NM1)
Tours (NM1) – Challans (NM1); live on youtube
Boulogne (NM1) – Caen (NM1)
Blois (Betclic Elite) – Evreux (Pro B)
Orleans (Pro B) – Rouen (NM1)
Cergy-Pontoise (NM1) – Champagne Basket (Pro B)
Lille (Pro B) – Loon Plage (NM1)
Denain (Pro B) – Kaysersberg (NM1); live on youtube
Saint-Chamond (Pro B) – Aix-Maurienne (Pro B); live on YouTube / at 8:30 p.m.
Saint-Vallier (Pro B) – Antibes (Pro B) / at 8:30 p.m.

Wednesday, September 21 – 9 meetings
Le Havre (NM1) – Berck/Rang du Fliers (NM1)
Hyères-Toulon (NM1) – Lyon (NM1)
Pont-de-Cheruy (NM1) – Feurs (NM1); live on SOPCC TV
Chalon (Pro B) – Vichy-Clermont (Pro B)
Ferns (NM2) – Aurore de Vitré (NM1); live on LSEI Web TV Sport
Chartres (NM1) – Rennes (NM1)
AS Alsace (Pro B) – Mulhouse (NM1); live on ASA TV
Orchies (NM1) – Rueil (NM1)
Saint-Quentin (Pro B) – Nancy (Betclic Elite); live on Matele

Photo: FFBB

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