Coupe de France, basketball, handball… The sports agenda for the weekend in Caen

The Drakkars continue their preparation before the start of serious things.
The Drakkars continue their preparation before the start of serious things. ©Aline Chatel

After the victory of Caen Handball in Nancy, Thursday September 22, 2022, the weekend will wait until Saturday to resume. The program is relatively light without Stade Malherbe Caen, on an international break.



French Cup. Saint-Lô – AG Caen, 6 pm


National 1 female. Ifs – Limoges, 8 pm (Alice Milliat gymnasium)

Women’s National 2. Dover – Rennes, 8:00 pm

Women’s National 2. Trégueux – Mondeville B, 8:00 pm

Videos: currently on Actu

Men’s National 3. ASPTT Caen – Bayeux, 8:00 pm (Maurice Fouque gymnasium)

Men’s National 3. Elms – CBC / Hérouville, 8:00 pm

Friendly. Landerneau – Mondeville, 6:30 pm

Ice Hockey

Friendly. Neuilly-sur-Marne – Caen, 6 pm



U19 Nationals. Lille – SM Caen, 3:00 pm

U17 Nationals. SM Caen – Saint-Cyr/Loire, 3 pm

French Cup. Mouen – Thereval, 3:00 pm

Cliff – ASPTT Caen, 3:00 pm

FC des Etangs – Audrieu, 3:00 pm

Jullouville – Thaon, 3:00 pm

Dover – Flers, 3:00 pm

Women’s French Cup. AG Caen – Inter Odon, 1 pm

Marigny – Ifs, 1:00 pm

Guérinière – Alençon, 1:00 pm

MOS – Snow wire drawing, 1:00 pm

Tourville-sur-Arques – SM Caen, 2:30 pm


National 1 female. Colombelles – Rouen, 4 pm (Michel Hidalgo gymnasium)

Men’s National 2. Caen B – Cercle Seino-Métropolitain, 4 pm (Halle Saint-Jean-Eudes)


Federal 3. Stade Caennais – Pont-Audemer, 3:30 pm (Chemin Vert stadium)

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