1979–80 French Rugby Union Championship

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French Rugby Championship 1979-80
Countries  France
Champions Béziers
Group B : Chambery
Runners-up Toulose
Group B : Angoulême

The 1979-80 French Rugby Union Championship was won by Béziers beating Toulose in the final.

The group B was won by Chambéry beating Angoulême in the final.

Formula[edit]

For the first time, the clubs of the "Group B" didn't participate for the title, but play a proper championship.

The group A, like the group B was divided in four pools of ten clubs.

The eight better of each pool were qualified for the knockout stages.

Group A[edit]

Qualification round[edit]

In bold the teams qualified for knock out stages, ordered second the ranking.

Pool A

Pool B

Pool C

Pool D

"Last 32"[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Béziers Valence 41-6
Narbonne Carcassonne 9-6
RRC Nice Mazamet 22-15
Oloron Aurillac 6-9
Perpignan US Bressane 22-9
Graulhet Biarritz 14-7
Montferrand Grenoble 10-3
Stade Bagnérais Boucau 21-3
Tulle Dax 15-6
Lourdes Saint-Jean-de-Luz 28-3
Brive Stadoceste 12-9
Pau Auch 18-3
Agen Montchanin 21-11
Toulouse Bègles 17-7
Bayonne Romans 18-11
Touloun Avignon Saint-Saturnin 28-9


"Last 16"[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Béziers Narbonne 21-10
RRC Nice Aurillac 29-9
Perpignan Graulhet 12-3
Montferrand Stade Bagnérais 11-13
Tulle Lourdes 15-9
Brive Pau 15-6
Agen Toulouse 4-9
Bayonne Toulon 25-14


Quarter of finals[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Béziers RRC Nice 19-15
Perpignan Stade Bagnérais 30-15
Tulle Brive 19-22
Toulouse Bayonne 24-3


Semifinals[edit]

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Béziers Perpignan 16-6
Brive Toulouse 9-22


Final[edit]

Teams Béziers - Toulose
Score 10-6
Date 25 May 1980
Venue Parc des Princes, Paris
Referee Jacques Saint-Guilhem
Line-up
Béziers Armand Vaquerin, Alain Paco, Jean-Louis Martin, Alain Estève, Michel Palmié, Jean-Marc Cordier, Pierre Lacans, Yvan Buonomo, Philippe Morrisson, Patrick Fort, Henri Mioch, Claude Martinez, Jean-Luc Rivallo, Michel Fabre, Jack Cantoni
Replacements : Marc Andrieu, Philippe Cadenat, Michel Montsarrat
Toulose Christian Breseghello, Patrick Bentaboulet, Serge Laïrle, Michel Coutin, Jean-Jacques Santos, Jean-Pierre Rives, Jean-Claude Skrela, Roger Viel, Gérald Martinez, Jean-Michel Rancoule, Guy Novès, Thierry Merlos, Marcel Salsé, Dominique Harize, Serge Gabernet
Replacements : Hughes Comet, André Olhasque, Jérôme Rieu, Laurent Husson
Scorers
Béziers 2 tries Buonomo and Fabre, 1 conversion Cantoni
Toulouse 2 penalties Martinez


Group B[edit]

Qualification round[edit]

In bold the teams qualified for knock out stages, ordered second the ranking.

Pool E

Pool F

Pool G

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Pool H

"Last 32"[edit]

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Angoulême Lannemezan 46-0
Lombez Samatan Montélimar 9-6
Marmande Fumel 13-9
Carmaux Stade Niortais 25-18
La Voulte Orthez 19-6
Stade Clermontois Rodez(Rodez) 10-6
Castelnaudary La Teste 32-9
Nîmes Peyrehorade
(Peyrehorade)
30-6
US Tyrosse Arras 26-10
Stade Beaumontois Mérignac 15-16
Chambéry Millau 34-0
Mauléon Le Creusot 27-21
Albi Vienne 35-3
Cahors Avenir Aturin 36-16
(aot)[1]
Mont de Marsan Stade foyen
(Sainte-Foy-la-Grande)
47-0
Paris Université Vic-Bigorre
(Vic-en-Bigorre)
23-17

"Last 16"[edit]

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Albi Cahors 35-12
Nîmes Castelnaudary 21-12
Stade Beaumontois US Tyrosse 15-6
Mont de Marsan Paris Université 16-7
La Voulte Stade Clermontois 36-0
Chambéry Mauléon 23-7
Carmaux Marmande 12-9
Angoulême Lombez Samatan 21-9

Quarter of finals[edit]

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Angoulême Carmaux 48-6
Nîmes La Voulte 15-4
Albi Mont de Marsan 23-18
Chambéry Stade Beaumontois 21-12

Semifinals[edit]

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Angoulême Nîmes 30-7
Chambéry Albi 21-18

Final[2][edit]

Teams ChambéryAngoulême
Score 21-9
Date 18 May 1980
Venue Clermont-Ferrand


External links[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ aot = after over-time
  2. ^ Collection of l'Équipe rugby 1981