1918 Coupe de France Final

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The Coupe de France Final 1918 was a football match held at Légion Saint-Michel field, Paris on May 5, 1918, that saw Olympique de Pantin defeat FC Lyon 3–0 thanks to goals by A. Fievet (2) and Louis Darques.

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Olympique de Pantin 3–0 FC Lyon
Fievet Goal ?' Goal ?'
Darques Goal ?'
GK ' Belgium René Decoux
DF ' Belgium Van Roey
DF ' Belgium Lambrechts
DF ' Belgium Van Steck
DF ' France Charles Olivan
MF ' France Julien Lina
MF ' France Jules Dewaquez
FW ' France Paul Landauer
FW ' France Louis Darques (c)
FW ' France A. Fievet
FW ' France Henri Delouys

Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

GK ' Luxembourg Paul Weber
DF ' France Louis Orvain
DF ' France André Bellon
DF ' France Louis Allemand
DF ' France Roger Ebrard (c)
MF ' France Meunier
MF ' France Alexis Soulignac
FW ' France Jacques Salmson
FW ' France Henri Bard
FW ' France André Weber
FW ' Ritchie

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