1970 Coupe de France Final

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The 1970 Coupe de France Final was a football match held at Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Colombes on May 31, 1970, that saw AS Saint-Étienne defeat FC Nantes 5–0 thanks to goals by Patrick Parizon, Georges Bereta, Robert Herbin and Hervé Revelli.

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May 31, 1970
AS Saint-Étienne 5–0 FC Nantes
Parizon Goal 26'
Bereta Goal 40'
Herbin Goal 51'
Revelli Goal 74'
Revelli Goal 87'


GK ' France Georges Carnus
DF ' Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vladimir Durković
DF ' France Georges Polny
DF ' France Robert Herbin (c)
DF ' France Bernard Bosquier
MF ' France Aimé Jacquet
MF ' France Patrick Parizon
MF ' France Jean-Michel Larqué
FW ' France Hervé Revelli
FW ' Mali Salif Keita
FW ' France Georges Bereta
Substitutes:
Manager:
France Albert Batteux


Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

GK ' France Jean-Michel Fouché
DF ' France Jean-Claude Osman
DF ' France Gabriel De Michele
DF ' France Roger Lemerre (c)
DF ' France Vincent Esteve
MF ' France Georges Eo Substituted off 56'
MF ' France Bernard Blanchet
MF ' France Michel Pech
MF ' France Henri Michel
FW ' France Philippe Gondet
FW ' France Philippe Levavasseur
Substitutes:
MF ' France Claude Arribas Substituted in 56'
Manager:
France José Arribas

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