1941 Coupe de France Final

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The 1941 Coupe de France Final was a football match held at Stade Municipal, Saint-Ouen on 25 May 1941, that saw Girondins ASP defeat SC Fives 2–0 thanks to goals by Santiago Urtizberea.

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25 May 1941
Girondins ASP 2 – 0 SC Fives
Urtizberea Goal 60' Goal 60'
Stade Municipal, Saint-Ouen
Attendance: 15,230
Referee: Léon Boes
GK ' France André Gérard
DF ' France Michel Homar
DF ' Spain Jaime Mancisidor (c)
DF ' France Nordine Ben Ali
DF ' France Joseph Plesiak
MF ' France Emile Rummelhardt
MF ' Hungary Ferenc Szücs "Szego"
FW ' France Emmanuel Lopez
FW ' Spain Santiago Urtizberea
FW ' France Claude Pruvot
FW ' France Henri Arnaudeau
Manager:
Spain Benito Diaz


Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

GK ' France Tadeusz Juszczyk
DF ' France Roger Pollet
DF ' France Robert Gyselinck
DF ' France André Trenelle
DF ' France Joseph Jadrzejczak "Jadrejak"
MF ' France François Bourbotte (c)
MF ' France Marceau Sommerlynck
FW ' France Albert Tancré
FW ' France Norbert Van Caeneghem
FW ' France Marius Dudziak
FW ' France Edouard Wawrzeniak "Waggi"
Manager:
England George Berry

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