1921 Coupe de France Final

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The 1921 Coupe de France Final was a football match held at Stade Pershing, Paris on April 24, 1921, that saw Red Star defeat Olympique de Paris 2–1 thanks to goals by Robert Clavel and Marcel Naudin.

Match details[edit]

Red Star 2–1 Olympique de Paris
Clavel Goal 53'
Naudin Goal 77'
Landauer Goal 78'
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: Marcel Slawik
GK ' France Pierre Chayriguès
DF ' France Maurice Meyer
DF ' France Lucien Gamblin (c)
DF ' France Raoul Marion
DF ' France François Hugues
MF ' France Philippe Bonnardel
MF ' France Emile Bourdin
FW ' France Juste Brouzes
FW ' France Paul Nicolas
FW ' France Marcel Naudin
FW ' France Robert Clavel

Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

GK ' France Maurice Cottenet
DF ' France Eugène Langenove
DF ' Belgium Jules Huysmans
DF ' France Paul Baron
DF ' France Antoine Parachini
MF ' France Georges Haas
MF ' France Jules Dewaquez
FW ' France Antoine Rouches
FW ' France Paul Landauer
FW ' France Louis Darques (c)
FW ' France Henri Rebut

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