1919 Coupe de France Final

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The 1919 Coupe de France Final was a football match held at Parc des Princes, Paris on April 6, 1919, that saw CASG Paris defeat Olympique de Paris 3–2 thanks to goals by Emilien Devic and Louis Hatzfeld (2).

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April 6, 1919
CASG Paris 3–2 Olympique de Paris
Devic Goal ?'
Hatzfeld Goal ?' Goal ?'
Darques Goal ?'
Dewaquez Goal ?'
Parc des Princes, Paris
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Armand Thibaudeau
CASG PARIS:
GK ' France Lucien Ganneval
DF ' England John Mentha (c)
DF ' France Célestin Frizon
DF ' England Hadden
DF ' France Alphonse Schmer
MF ' France Emilien Devic
MF ' France Eugène Devicq
FW ' France Paul Deydier
FW ' England Louis Hatzfeld
FW ' France Jean Boyer
FW ' France Julien Devicq
Manager:
 ?


Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

OLYMPIQUE DE PARIS:
GK ' France Blochet
DF ' France A. Fievet
DF ' France Henri Vasselin
DF ' France Marcel Jousserand
DF ' France Maurice Ninot
MF ' Belgium Van Steck
MF ' France Jules Dewaquez
FW ' France Paul Landauer
FW ' France Marcel Mainguet
FW ' France Louis Darques (c)
FW ' France Eugène Dartoux
Manager:
 ?

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