There are a total of 14 rounds in Coupe de France, of which the first 8 rounds are qualifiers. The low-level teams (amateur teams in the regional leagues, including Martinique, Guadeloupe, French Guiana and Réunion) join the rounds in order from low to high (National 3-Round 3, National 2-Round 4, National 1-Round 5). The schedule of these 8 rounds is determined by the regional league organizations, and that of the last 6 rounds is determined by the French Football Association with draws conducted in each round. The Ligue 1 teams play in the 9th round (i.e. 1/32 finals) and the home teams are aslo decided by draws. When the league level difference between the two teams is 2 or more, the lower-level team will play at home. Coupe de France is single-legged knockout competition. If a match ends in a draw after normal time, 30-minute extra time is played and if the match is still drawn, penalties are held. There is no golden goal or silver goal. Like the Coupe de la Ligue, the final of Coupe de France is held at Stade de France in Saint-Denis, and the President of France will present the trophy to the champion.