1929 Coupe de France Final

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The 1929 Coupe de France Final was a football match held at Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Colombes on May 5, 1929, that saw SO Montpellier defeat FC Sète 2–0 thanks to goals by Auguste Kramer and Edmond Kramer.

Match details[edit]

SO Montpellier 2–0 FC Sète
A. Kramer Goal 40'
E. Kramer Goal 89'
GK ' France André Guillard
DF ' France Maurice Olivet
DF ' France Roger Rolhion
DF ' France André Bousquet
DF ' France René Dedieu
MF ' France Louis Mistral
MF ' Switzerland Edmond Kramer
FW ' France Jacques Temple (c)
FW ' Switzerland Auguste Kramer "Titi"
FW ' SwitzerlandFrance Georges Kramer
FW ' Kingdom of Yugoslavia Branislav Sekulić "Branko"

Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

GK ' France Laurent Henric
DF ' Edward Skiller
DF ' France André Chardar
DF ' England David Harrison (c)
DF ' William Barrett
MF ' France Emile Féjean
MF ' France Désiré Boutet
FW ' Kingdom of Yugoslavia France Ivan Bek
FW ' France Louis Cazal "Pierrot"
FW ' France Jacques Dormoy
FW ' France Marcel Galey

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