1966–67 French Rugby Union Championship

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French Rugby Championship 1966-67
Countries  France
Champions Montauban (1st title)
Runners-up Bègles

The 1966-67 French Rugby Union Championship was contested by 56 teams divided in 7 pools. The four first teams of each pool and the better four classified 5th were qualified for the "last 32".

The US Montauban won fhe Championship after beating Bègles in the final, for his only victory at the moment in its story.

Context[edit]

The "équipe de France"' won the 1967 Five Nations Championship with 3 victorys and only a lost match against Scotland.

The Challenge Yves du Manoir was won en 1967 by Lourdes that beat Narbonne 9 - 3.

Qualification round[edit]

In bold the qualified to next round

Pool 1[edit]

Pool 2[edit]

Pool 3[edit]

Pool 4[edit]

Pool 5[edit]

Pool 6[edit]

Pool 7[edit]

"Last 32"[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Brive Tulle 12-8
Touloun Racing 9-6
Montauban Romans 9-8
Quillan Bayonne 6-5
Mont-de-Marsan Valence 15-9
Périgueux Pau 6-3
Graulhet Toulouse Olympique EC 11-0
La Voulte AS Saint-Junien 9-3
Bègles Cognac 6-0
Agen Vichy 6-3
Angoulême Auch 6-3
Toulouse Tyrosse 13-0
Dax Stadoceste 9-3
Narbonne Grenoble 21-10
Lourdes Perpignan 30-3
Béziers Dijon 3-0

"Last 16"[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Brive Toulon 6-3
Montauban Quillan 19-3
Mont-de-Marsan Périgueux 14-9
Graulhet La Voulte 16-9
Bègles Agen 9-6
Angoulême Toulouse 3-3
Dax Narbonne 14-6
Lourdes Béziers 14-0

The title-holder, Agen, was eliminated from "The Last 16" by Bègles.

Quarter of finals[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Brive Montauban 0-3
Mont-de-Marsan Graulhet 3-9
Bègles Angoulême 9-3
Dax Lourdes 22-11

Semifinals[edit]

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Montauban Graulhet 9-6
Bègles Dax 8-3

Final[edit]

Teams Montauban - Bègles
Score 11-03
Date 28 May 1967
Venue Parc Lescure, Bordeaux
Referee Pierre Lebecq
Line-up
Montauban Bernard Cardebat, Jean-Michel Cabanier, Louis Blanc, Gaston Carrie, Gérard David, Jacques Delcros, Arnaud Marquesuzaa, Francis Bourgade, Moïse Maurière, Jean Daynes, Jacques Londios, Jean-Pierre Malavelle, Jean-Claude Sahuc, André Piazza, Jean Sirac
Bègles Antoine Savio, Christian Swierczinski, Max Semont, Gino Caron, Lucien Denjean, Daniel Dubois, Michel Boucherie, Michel Discazeaux, François Morlaes, Georges Soleil, Alain Besson, Jean Trillo, Alain Bergèse, Jacques Cazaban, Jacques Crampagne
Scorers
Montauban 3 tries Londios (2) and Bourgade (1), 1 conversion Bourgade
Bègles 1 try Swierczinski


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