1931–32 French Rugby Union Championship

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1931–32 French Rugby Union Championship
Countries  France
Champions Lyon OU
Runners-up Narbonne

The 1931-32 French Rugby Championship was won by le Lyon OU that defeated Narbonne in the final. The Championship was contested by 40 teams divided in eight pools of five.

Per the second year, the Championship was organized without the clubs of the Union française de rugby amateur who arranged their own championship.

At the 12 dissidents of the previous year (Bayonne, Biarritz, Stade Bordelais, Carcassone, Grenoble, Limoges, FC Lyon, Nantes, Pau, US Perpignan, Stade Français and Toulouse) joined Stadoceste Tarbais and US Narbonne, a new club.

In the championship there were seven newcomer Gujan-Mestras, SU Lorrain (Nancy), Peyrehorade, US Romans-Péage, FC Saint-Claude, La Teste and SC Toulouse.

First round[edit]

Pool A
  • Agen (campione 1930)
  • Gujan-Mestras
  • Montauban
  • Peyrehorade
  • Tolone
Pool B
Pool C
  • SA Bordeaux
  • Stade Nay
  • Stade Pézenas
  • Roanne
  • US Fumel
Pool D
Pool E
Pool F
Pool G:
Pool H:
  • Béziers
  • Lourdes
  • Oloron
  • La Teste'
  • Thuir

Second round[edit]

Pool A
Pool B
Pool C
  • Stade Pézenas
  • Boucau
  • Gujan-Mestras
Pool D
Pool E
Pool F
Gruppo G
Gruppo H

Quarters of final[edit]

10 apr. 1932 Montferrand - Fumel 8 - 3 Bordeuax
10 apr. 1932 Narbonne - Toulon 14 - 3 Lyon
10 apr. 1932 Lyon OU - SA Bordeaux 28 - 0 Stade Jean-Bouin, Paris
10 apr. 1932 Pezenas - Begles 17 - 11 Toulouse

Semifinals[edit]

24 apr. 1932 Narbonne - Montferrand 5 - 0
24 apr. 1932 Lyon OU - Pezenas 6 - 0

Final[edit]

Teams Lyon OU - Narbonne
Score 9-3 (4-3)
Date 5 May 1932
Venue Parc des sports, Bordeaux
Referee Jacques Muntz
Line-up
LOU Jean Rat, Fernand Cartier, Hyacinthe Dugouchet, Fleury Panel, Joseph Griffard, Noël Salset, Louis Vallin, Roger Claudel, Jean Brial, Georges Battle, Albert Janoglio, Vincent Graule, Paul Durand, Lucien Deschamps, Henri Marty
Narbonne Tisiner, Roger Bricchi, Marius Roumagnac, René Araou, Joseph Choy, François Lombard, Ernest Frayssinet, Joseph Nunez, Honoré Laffont, Albert Cauneilles, Francis Vals, Jean Pagès, André Pignol, Alphonse Jalabert, Paul Bergé
Scorers
Lyon OU 1 try Rat
1 drop de Battle
Narbonne 1 penalty de Bergé

Other competitions[edit]

The first edition of Challenge Yves du Manoir was won by Agen, first of the pool ahead of Lyon OU second.

The Championship "Honneur revient" was won by Cercle Sportif Villefranche-sur-Saône that beat Chalon 3 - 0

In the Promotion Championship, the CS Lons beat US Coursan 10 - 3

The tournament of UFRA (Union française de rugby amateur) was won by Stade Toulousain

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