1961 Coupe de France Final

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The 1961 Coupe de France Final was a football match held at Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Colombes on May 7, 1961, that saw UA Sedan-Torcy defeat Nîmes Olympique 3–1 thanks to goals by Max Fulgenzi, Claude Brény and Mohammed Salem.

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May 7, 1961
UA Sedan-Torcy 3–1 Nîmes Olympique
Fulgenzi Goal 16'
Brény Goal 74'
Salem Goal 82'
Constantino Goal 86'


GK ' France Pierre Bernard
DF ' Cameroon Zacharie Noah
DF ' France Louis Lemasson
DF ' France Maryan Synakowski
DF ' France Thadée Polak
MF ' France Guy Hatchi
MF ' Spain Emilio Salaber
FW ' France Marcel Mouchel (c)
FW ' Algeria Mohamed Salem
FW ' France Max Fulgenzi
FW ' France Claude Brény
Manager:
France Louis Dugauguez


Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

GK ' France Alexandre Roszak
DF ' Morocco Mustapha Bettache
DF ' France Jean Bandera
DF ' France Pierre Barlaguet (c)
DF ' France Daniel Charles-Alfred
MF ' France Christian Oliver
MF ' France Alain Garnier
MF ' Brazil Pirès Constantino
FW ' Morocco Hassan Akesbi
FW ' France Alphonse Cassar
FW ' France Bernard Rahis
Manager:
FranceAlgeria Kader Firoud

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