1923 Coupe de France Final

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The 1923 Coupe de France Final was a football match held at Stade Pershing, Paris on May 6, 1923, that saw Red Star Olympique defeat FC Sète 4–2 thanks to goals by Marcel Naudin (2), Lucien Cordon and Robert Joyaut.

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May 6, 1923
Red Star Olympique 4–2 FC Sète
Naudin Goal 2' Goal 7'
Cordon Goal 11'
Joyaut Goal 17'
Cornelius Goal 16'
Kramer Goal 27'
Stade Pershing, Paris
Attendance: 29,000
Referee: Gabriel Jandin
GK ' France Pierre Chayriguès
DF ' France Lucien Gamblin (c)
DF ' France Maurice Meyer
DF ' France Robert Joyaut
DF ' France François Hugues
MF ' France Philippe Bonnardel
MF ' France Lucien Cordon
FW ' France Juste Brouzes
FW ' France Paul Nicolas
FW ' France Marcel Naudin
FW ' France Raymond Sentubéry
Manager:
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Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

GK ' France François Encontre
DF ' France Léon Huot
DF ' France Ernest Gravier
DF ' Sweden Oskar Berntsson
DF ' France Albert Jourda
MF ' France René Dedieu
MF ' England Billy Cornelius
FW ' Switzerland Georges Kramer
FW ' England Arthur Parkes
FW ' France Marcel Dangles (c)
FW ' France Pujol
Manager:
Scotland Victor Gibson

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