1922 Coupe de France Final

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The 1922 Coupe de France Final was a football match held at Stade Pershing, Paris on May 7, 1922, that saw Red Star Olympique defeat Stade Rennais UC 2–0 thanks to goals by Paul Nicolas and Raymond Sentubéry.

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Red Star Olympique 2–0 Stade Rennais UC
Nicolas Goal 14'
Sentubéry Goal 87'
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Mr. Gerardin
GK ' France Pierre Chayriguès
DF ' France Maurice Meyer
DF ' France Lucien Gamblin (c)
DF ' France Raoul Marion
DF ' France Philippe Bonnardel
MF ' France Maurice Thédié
MF ' France Lucien Cordon
FW ' France Paul Nicolas
FW ' France Robert Joyaut
FW ' France Marcel Naudin
FW ' France Raymond Sentubéry

Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

GK ' France Charles Berthelot
DF ' Switzerland Ernest Molles
DF ' France Bernard Lenoble
DF ' England George Scoones
DF ' France François Hugues (c)
MF ' France Pierre Gastiger
MF ' France Emile Bourdin
FW ' France Maurice Gastiger
FW ' France Jean Caballero
FW ' France Hervé Marc
FW ' France Raoul Delalande

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