Coupe Charles Drago

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Coupe Charles Drago
Founded 1953
Abolished 1965
Region  France
Most successful club(s) RC Lens and FC Sochaux (3 times)

The Coupe Charles Drago was an elimination cup competition organised by the Ligue de Football Professionnel, between clubs that are knocked out before the quarter-finals of the Coupe de France. The tournament was founded in 1953 and was discontinued after the 1965 tournament.

Finals[edit]

Key
* Match decided by a coin toss after extra time
Final Winner Score Runners-up Venue
1953 FC Sochaux 3-3 * Toulouse FC Parc des Princes
1954 Stade Reims 6-3 Lille OSC Parc des Princes
1955 AS Saint-Etienne 6-3 CS Sedan-Ardennes Parc des Princes
1956 Nîmes Olympique 3-1 Lille OSC Parc des Princes
1957 Olympique de Marseille 3-1 RC Lens Parc des Princes
1958 AS Saint-Etienne 2-1 OGC Nice Stade Pierre-Pibarot, Alès
1959 RC Lens 3-2 US Valenciennes Parc des Princes
1960 RC Lens 3-2 Sporting Toulon Var Stade Robert-Diochon, Rouen
1961 AS Monaco 2-1 RC Strasbourg Parc des Princes
1962 Besançon RC 1-0 Le Havre AC Stade Saint-Lazare, Limoges
1963 FC Sochaux 5-2 CS Sedan-Ardennes Stade Auguste Bonal
1964 FC Sochaux 4-0 US Forbach Stade Auguste Bonal
1965 RC Lens 4-0 FC Girondins de Bordeaux Stade Félix Bollaert

Results by team[edit]

Team Winners Runners-up Years won Years runner-up
RC Lens 3 1 1959, 1960, 1965 1957
FC Sochaux 3 0 1953, 1963, 1964
AS Saint-Etienne 2 0 1955, 1958
AS Monaco 1 0 1961
Olympique de Marseille 1 0 1957
Stade Reims 1 0 1954
Nîmes Olympique 1 0 1956
Besançon RC 1 0 1962
Lille OSC 0 2 1954, 1956
CS Sedan-Ardennes 0 2 1955, 1963
Toulouse FC 0 1 1953
OGC Nice 0 1 1958
US Valenciennes 0 1 1959
Sporting Toulon Var 0 1 1960
Le Havre AC 0 1 1962
US Forbach 0 1 1964
FC Girondins de Bordeaux 0 1 1965
RC Strasbourg 0 1 1961

References[edit]

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