1920 Coupe de France Final

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The 1920 Coupe de France Final was a football match held at Stade Bergeyre, Paris on May 9, 1920, that saw CA Paris defeat Le Havre AC 2–1 thanks to goals by Henri Bard.

Match details[edit]

CA Paris 2–1 Le Havre AC
Bard Goal ?' Goal ?' Thorel Goal ?'
Attendance: 7,000
GK ' Switzerland Ivan Dreyfus
DF ' France Marcel Vanco
DF ' France Louis Mesnier
DF ' Charles McDewitt
DF ' France Maurice Bigué
MF ' France André Allegre
MF ' France Raoul Dupé
FW ' Switzerland Robert Pache
FW ' France André Poullain
FW ' France Henri Bard (c)
FW ' France Ernest Gravier
Manager:
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Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

GK ' France Drancourt
DF ' France Grivel
DF ' France Henri Gibbon (c)
DF ' France Victor Dial
DF ' France Fernand Mérieult
MF ' France Maurice Avenel
MF ' France Raymond Cantais
FW ' France Robert Accard
FW ' France Louis Blouin
FW ' France Alfred Thorel
FW ' France Bernard Lenoble
Manager:
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