1981 Coupe de France Final

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The Coupe de France Final 1981 was a football match held at Parc des Princes, Paris on 13 June 1981, that saw Bastia defeat Saint-Étienne 2–1 thanks to goals by Louis Marcialis and Roger Milla.

Match details[edit]

Bastia 2–1 Saint-Étienne
Marcialis Goal 50'
Milla Goal 58'
Santini Goal 72'
Parc des Princes, Paris
Attendance: 46,155
Referee: Georges Konrath
GK France Pierrick Hiard
DF France Jean-Louis Cazes
DF 3 France Paul Marchioni (c)
DF France Charles Orlanducci
DF France Félix Lacuesta
MF France Jean-Louis Desvignes
MF France Alain Fiard
MF France Joël Henry
FW 7 France Louis Marcialis
FW Cameroon Roger Milla
FW France Simei Ihily
France Antoine Redin

Assistant referees:
Fourth official:

GK 1 France Jean Castaneda
DF France Patrick Battiston
DF France Gérard Janvion
DF France Bernard Gardon Substituted off 18'
DF France Christian Lopez
MF France Jacques Santini
MF France Jean-Marie Elie
MF France Michel Platini
FW France Jacques Zimako
FW France Laurent Roussey Substituted off 86'
FW Netherlands Johnny Rep
DF France Jean-Philippe Primard Substituted in 18'
FW France Laurent Paganelli Substituted in 86'
France Robert Herbin

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