1957 Coupe de France Final

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The 1957 Coupe de France Final was a football match held at Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Colombes on May 26, 1957, that saw Toulouse FC defeat Angers SCO 6–3 thanks to goals by René Dereuddre (2), Abdelhamid Bouchouk, Robert Bocchi, Eduardo Di Loreto and Said Brahimi. The referee of the match was Jack Clough, it is still today the only time the final's referee was a foreigner.

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May 26, 1957
Toulouse FC 6–3 Angers SCO
Dereuddre Goal 11' Goal 24'
Bouchouk Goal 28'
Bocchi Goal 61'
Di Loreto Goal 85'
Brahimi Goal 89'
Biancheri Goal 35'
Boucher Goal 83' (own goal)
Bourignault Goal 88'

GK ' France Guy Roussel
DF ' France Richard Boucher
DF ' France Guy Nungesser
DF ' France Robert Bocchi
DF ' France René Pleimelding (c)
MF ' France Pierre Cahuzac
MF ' France Said Brahimi
MF ' France René Dereuddre
MF ' Argentina Eduardo Di Loreto
FW ' Finland Aulis Rytkönen
FW ' France Abdelhamid Bouchouk
France Jules Bigot

Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

GK ' France Eugène Fragassi
DF ' France Władysław Kowalski
DF ' France Antoine Pasquini
DF ' France Casimir Hnatow
DF ' France Jules Sbroglia (c)
MF ' France Claude Bourrignault
MF ' France Alphonse Le Gall
FW ' Austria Kurt Schindlauer
FW ' France Jean Tison
FW ' France Henri Biancheri
FW ' France Marcel Loncle
FranceAustria Walter Presch

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