Qualified for the final
Find the qualified players for five a side soccer and running all around the world.
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International final of the Colas Team Cup
National Sport Institute
Colas Team Cup opening ceremony
Beginning of group stages
End of qualifying groups
Annoucement of qualified
19h30 - 21h
Last departure from INSEP
Arrival of athletes at INSEP
Start of the final round
Football international final
11h30 - 12h00
Men and women running small final
12h00 - 12h30
Running international final
12h30 - 13h00
Awards and closing ceremony
13h00 - 15h00
Catering and celebration
Sports of the final
A Group phase five-a-side soccer tournament will be organized over two days to determine general rankings and a winning team.
A federal referee (affiliated to the French Soccer Federation) will ensure compliance with the official five-a-side soccer rules during all matches.
12 women's teams
The international running final will be run as a relay.
This track event involves a succession of five competitors who run:
1000 meters, then 800 meters, then 600 meters, then 400 meters and finally 200 meters. The overall distance is therefore 3,000 meters. They will pass a baton from on runner to the next.
Runners will be grouped in 5-member teams and will represent each geographical area.
They will compete in a two-day Group phase relay competition to determine an overall ranking and a winning team.
An official referee (affiliated to the French Athletics Federation) will ensure compliance with the official rules during the competition.
Colas Team Cup key figures during qualification
On the website
Jean-Pierre Papin, former French soccer player and sponsor of the Colas Team Cup.
Going beyond one’s own limits, team spirit, conviviality and solidarity... Jean-Pierre Papin shares the values of the Colas Team Cup, and we are honored to have him as a sponsor of the competition.
These are the values, which he himself has championed on and off the field, that allowed him to make his mark on the history of world soccer (Golden Ball 1991).
"The mobilization of Colas employees around the world impressed me and I congratulate them. Their involvement and commitment has made the Colas Team Cup a great human adventure!"
Next meeting, January 9, 2018, for the draw for the final competitions.
Congratulations to all,
Faster and Stronger, Together
The INSEP (National Institute of Sport, Expertise and Performance) is the Institute of Excellence for high performance athletes in France, and it will host the finals of the Colas Team Cup on February 7 and 8, 2018.
At the heart of the Bois de Vincennes in Paris, on a 28-hectare site, the INSEP provides the best training environment for the best French sportsmen such as Teddy Riner (judo), Tony Yoca (boxing), or in the past, Tony Parker (basketball) and triple Olympic champion Marie-José Perec (track and field).
They are equipped for all Olympic disciplines: track and field, soccer, boxing, archery and sports shooting, badminton, basketball, swimming, diving, table tennis, judo, fencing, gymnastics, field hockey, etc.
In 2016, out of the 42 French Olympic medalists from the Rio Games, 21 trained at INSEP.
The idea of creating the Colas Team Cup stems from the wish to involve everyone in the Group in an international sports competition based on the values of surpassing one’s own limits, team spirit and solidarity.
It was launched last spring, and the qualification phase has just ended.
Soccer players, runners, supporters and local coordinators, in all, more than 3,000 Colas employees, in France and abroad have participated.
I want to congratulate you and thank you.
Your involvement and enthusiasm have helped to perpetuate Colas' longstanding tradition of conviviality, making the Colas Team Cup much more than a competition: it’s a genuine adventure!
Those who have been selected are now entering the final phase of preparation for the international finals. I’m counting on all of you to continue to support them.
See you in Paris on February 7 and 8!
Hervé Le Bouc