Two Pacific francophone nations, New Caledonia and Tahiti, will see their domestic cup champions enter the seventh round of the Coupe de France, which is played over the weekend of the 11/12 November.
The draw was held last week in France where AS Lossi of New Caledonia learned they’d be heading to Val d’Oise in the Ile de France region to take on Entente Sannois Saint-Gratien.
Etente are a side currently playing in France’s third division, the team has had mixed success so far this season including 12 goals scored for 15 conceded.
Coupe de Tahiti holders AS Tefana will also enter the 7th round, and will welcome Rodez Aveyron Foot to French Polynesia for their match.
Rodez are currently leading the Championnat de National 1 (3rd division), and are unbeaten after nine match days.