1935–36 French Division 1

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RC Paris won Division 1 season 1935/1936 of the French Association Football League with 44 points.

Participating teams[edit]

 

Final table[edit]

Position Club Points Played W D L GF GA GD av. attendance Honours, Division 2
1 RC Paris 44 30 20 4 6 81 45 +36 Champion of France
(Winner of Coupe de France)
2 Olympique Lillois 41 30 17 7 6 62 32 +30
3 RC Strasbourg 39 30 18 3 9 67 37 +30
4 FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 35 30 12 11 7 81 38 +43
5 AS Cannes 35 30 15 5 10 53 46 +7
6 Olympique de Marseille 33 30 14 5 11 61 55 +6
7 FC Sète 32 30 14 4 12 49 48 +1
8 SC Fives 31 30 14 3 13 51 41 +10
9 Excelsior AC Roubaix 31 30 13 5 12 65 56 +9
10 Stade Rennais UC 28 30 10 8 12 44 62 -18
11 CS Metz 27 30 12 3 15 54 69 -15
12 FC Antibes 25 30 10 5 15 47 68 -21
13 FC Mulhouse 22 30 8 6 16 53 89 -36
14 Red Star Olympique 19 30 8 3 19 49 68 -19
15 US Valenciennes-Anzin 19 30 7 5 18 57 87 -30 Relegated to Division 2
16 Olympique Alès 19 30 5 9 16 39 72 -33 Relegated to Division 2

(Victory:2 points, Draw:1 point, Defeat:0 points)

Promoted from Division 2, who will play in Division 1 season 1936/1937:

Top goalscorers[edit]

Place Player Nationality Club Goals
1 Roger Courtois  France   Switzerland FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 34
2 Oskar Rohr Nazi Germany Nazi Germany RC Strasbourg 28
3 Antoine Franceschetti  France AS Cannes 23
- René Couard  France RC Paris 23
5 Frederick Kennedy  England RC Paris 19

Players used[edit]

Club Players used in D1 in 1935-36 (matches played, goals scored)
Olympique Alésien Aoued (29), Bandon (3), Becic (11), Begio (1), Bernardi (23), Bousquet (2), Cabannes (24), Cellar (16), Dautheribes (13), Eybalin (7), Gebellin (23), Herceg (7), Janin (5), Langeard (6), Laurent (24), Mary (5), Mazelle (2), Lioch (8), Nègre (2), Padrón (21), Petit (28), Pybert (21), Rodriguez (17), Smoker (7), Somlaï (25). (1 own goal by Cernicki from Fives et one by Heil de Valenciennes).
FC Antibes Amand (30), Auvergne (12, 1), Bonnel (1), Cavalera (2), Chaniel (2), Dupuis (8, 3), Ehms (27), Fecchino (30, 1), Guidicelli (10, 1), Grunbaum (10), Hudecek (20, 9), Kauffmann (11), Kern (25, 9), Martin (6), Marzelli (2), Masset (30), Meliga (26, 1), Mosselli (23, 6), Planques (25, 12), Semeria (29, 2) et Stuerga (1). (1 own goal by Conchy from Marseille)
AS Cannes Babineck (14, 4), Bardot (12, 1), Begnis (1), Borges (1), Calecca (1), Cauvin (2), Cler (27, 1), Cornilli (22), Finn (18), Franceschetti (29, 23), Guimbard (25, 8), Kekeiss (14), Kovacs (20, 5), Miquel (18, 2), Mori (18), Pasquini (19, 4), Pawlack (17), Schwartz (28), Tourniaire (13), Trenna (1) et Vandini (30). (1 own goal by Bernardi et 1 penalty goal by the board)
SC Fives Bara (1, 1), Berry (1), Bourbotte (29), Chalvidan (27, 7), Cernicky (23), Cheuva (26, 7), Conotte (5), Czubach (12, 4), Dalheimer (27), Dhoat (1), Deloose (1), Delourme (5), Gonzalès (30), Jankowski (1), Juszezyck (1), Jean Lauer (27, 18), Jos Lauer (11), Leleu (19), Méresse (30), Saint-Pé (13, 6), Sefelin (28), Synaghel (2), Van de Putte (2) et Wasilcwski (8, 2). Manager : George Berry. (1 own goal by Hummel from Strasbourg)
Olympique Lillois Bariseau (7, 1), Beaucourt (30, 1), Bigot (22, 14), Cahours (21), Cantegrit (1), Cléau (29), Decottignies (23, 10), Défossé (30), Delannoy (20, 7), Grauby (17), Higgins (30, 12), Laurent (1), Leblanc (1), Lukacs (12, 3), Muller (10, 4), Vandooren (29), Volante (24, 1) et Windner (23, 7). Coach : Ted Magner. (1 own goal by Bourbotte from Fives et 1 by Desrousseaux from Excelsior)
Olympique de Marseille Alcazar (26, 11), Bastien (29, 2), Bistolfi (2), Bruhin (17), Cavalli (11), Conchy (20), Crut (1), Curcuru (11), Di Lorto (26), Durand (15, 1), Eisenhoffer (3, 1), Erévanian (2), Gorelli (3), Janin (23, 4), Kohut (29, 9), Kurka (25), Mester (16, 3), Pascal (4), Rabih (3), Roviglione (18, 4), Zatelli (19, 15) et Zermani (27, 7). Entraîneur-joueur : Eisenhoffer. (1 own goal by Petit from Alès)
CS Metz Altuna (8, 2), Archen (7), Buhrer (4, 1), Fosset (25, 1), Gara (6), Gottwald (20, 8), Hanke (27, 7), Hauswirth (23), Hibst (26), Kappé (29), Lorrain (1), Manville (1), Marchal (24, 1), Muller (4, 1), Nuic (12, 1), Roger (19, 9), Rohrbacher (28, 10), Schobert (2, 2), Thomas (2), Van Caeneghem (18, 10), Watrin (14), Weigarten (2, 1) et Zehren (28). Manager : Peter Fabian.
FC Mulhouse Badina (13), Bilger I (16, 1), Bilger II (1), Brehm (7, 1), Casy (30), Flegel (15, 10), Gasco (5), Gruenfeld (19, 7), Harthong (21, 1), Heinrich (18, 1), Hornus (13), Kauffmann (27, 8), Korb (27, 2), Kumhoffer (23), Loewinger (8), Naegelen (7, 3), Reiminger (3, 1), Springnisfield (1, 1), Unser (26), Vovard (17), Weselik (25, 14) et Zolg (8). Entraîneur : Fritz Kerr. (1 own goal by Andoire from Red Star, 1 by Lalloué from Sochaux et 1 by Franquès from Sète)
RC Paris Banide (26), Branca (4), Bohé (4, 1), Raymond Couard (1), Roger Couard (22, 23), Delfour (30, 4), Diagne (28), Dupuis (11), Fournis (1), Galey (3), Gauteroux (8), Hiden (8), Jordan (30, 3), Kennedy (29, 19), Mathé (12, 7), Mercier (18, 8), Ozenne (11, 8), Roux (22), Schmidt (18), Veinante (27, 4), Živković (7, 5). Manager : George Kimpton. (1 own goal by Daumin from Red Star)
Red Star Olympique Acht (14), Andoire (25), Andrieux (2), Aston (30, 5), Burlotte (19), Chantrel (24), Conchy (23, 1), Daumin (18, 1), Delmer (23), Dominique (12), Gonzalès (16), Laporte (12, 1), Lorentz (12), Morel (9), Moulet (5), O'Neill (21, 11), Penot (1), Pinel (3), Pohan (9), Sas (21, 12), Schweitzer (4), Ségaux (13, 8) et Stábile (14, 10). Player-coach : Guillermo Stábile.
Stade Rennais UC Bambridge (27), Barlemann (23, 3), Belliard (1), Boccon (18, 2), Braun (28), Castro (19, 5), Chauvel (27, 5), Collet (2), Delourme (6), Fitoussi (2), Gardet (14), J. Laurent (26, 1), Le Guerrier (8, 2), Le Moal (4), Lopez (16, 3), Mayboek (13, 9), Pleyer (30), Rose (26, 1), Rouxel (9, 1), Schneider (5), Villacampa (18) et Wollweiler (13, 8). Player-coach : Josef Schneider. (1 own goal by Hummel from Strasbourg, 1 by Gonzalès from Fives, 1 by Llense from Sète et 1 by O'Neil from Red Star)
Excelsior AC Roubaix Ackermann (2), Barbieux (4), Brouwers (23), Camporciero (1), Sécember (21, 17), Desrousseaux (28), Dhulst (30), Frutuoso (25, 6), Martin (28, 10), Gonzalès (28), Hiltl (29, 15), Jaeger (1), Kalmar (16, 3), Liétaer (30), McCabe (1), Ortin (20), Renwick (3, 2), Rodriguez I (30, 9), Rodriguez II (2, 2), Schweiger (3), Vermeuren (3, 1) et Vincent (2).
FC Sète Acimovic (28), Ben Bouali (28), Benouma (30, 4), Bouzat (5), Charles (1), Chincholle (4), Clarenc (6, 2), Cros (14, 1), Franques (29), Gabrillargues (26, 5), Gérard (28, 6), Hillier (27), Iriondo (14, 14), Koranyi (17, 7), Llense (25), Médan (15), Monsallier (29, 6) et Weiskopf (4, 3). (1 own goal by Ehms from Antibes)
FC Sochaux Abegglen (19), Belko (10), Cazals (1), Courtois (28), Duhart (17), Finot (16), Gougain (20), Hug (10), Jacquin (6), Lalloué (30), L. Laurent (7), Lehmann (26), Leslie (18), Libérati (6), Mattler (29), Maschinot (7), Pretto (3), Rafaat (4), Sarrieux (4), Simonyi (15), Szabo (25), Wagner (27) et Williams (2). Manager : Conrad Ross then André Abegglen, as player-coach. (1 own by Brouwers from Excelsior, 1 by Petit from Alès, 1 by Cornilli from Cannes, 1 by Ortin from Excelsior)
RC Strasbourg Bauer (25), Cay (7, 2), Chloupeck (12, 5), Fettig (2), Guerhard (1), Halter (28), Heisserer (28, 13), Hoffmann (15, 2), Hummel (28), C. Keller (28, 8), F. Keller (17, 5), Papas (30), Rieth (1), Rohr (28, 28), Schaden (28, 1), Scharwath (30), Streicher (6), Veillard (2), Walk (13, 2) et Zeh (1). Manager : Josef Blum. (1 own goal by Szabo from Sochaux)
US Valenciennes-Anzin Buirette (12), Chardar (27), Ducatellon (12), Gibson (9, 4), Heil (17), Ignace (28, 11), Kovacs (10), Meuris (27), Motschmann (26, 10), O'Dowd (10), Parmentier (18), Peiffert (7), Pinteau (25, 14), Plummer (18, 6), Russel (1), Thiery (20), C. Tison (19), S. Tison (1), Waggi (29, 10) et Whitehouse (14, 1). Manager : Fabian. (1 own goal by Défossé from Lille)

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