|Full name||Luc Agbala Watékou|
|Date of birth||23 September 1947|
|Place of birth||Kandé, Togo|
|Date of death||18 October 2010(aged 63)|
|Place of death||Paris, France|
|1966–1972||Diables Rouges de Lomé|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Born in Kandé, Agbala began playing club football for local side Diables Rouges de Lomé, now Dynamic Togolais. He made his first division debut in 1966, scoring a goal in the match. He would lead the Togo league in scoring twice and won the championship with Dynamic Togolais in 1970 and 1971.
In 1972, Agbala moved to France to study physiotherapy. He returned to Togo and played for Lomé I, a fusion of Dynamic Togolais, Etoile Filante de Lomé and Modèle Lomé. He helped the club reach the semi-finals of the 1977 African Cup of Champions Clubs.
After he retired from playing football, Agbala took officiating courses and became an international referee. He officiated matches until 1992, including a 1986 World Cup qualifier between Sierra Leone and Morocco. He also was the executive director of the Stade Omnisports de Lomé.
- "Agbala Luc: le canonnier du football togolais" (in French). The Togolais. 9 June 2006.
- Satchivi, Ekoué (28 October 2010). "Agbala Luc Watékou, le canonnier du football" (in French). Togocity.com.
- Boesenberg, Eric; Stokkermans, Karel and Mazet, François (6 June 2008). "African Nations Cup 1972". RSSSF.
- FIFA. "Match Report - Sierra Leone - Morocco 0:1 (0:0)". 30 June 1984. Retrieved on 24 April 2013.
- "Nécrologie : L’ancien joueur togolais et ancien arbitre de football Luc Agbala Watékou est mort" (in French). mo5-togo.com. 20 October 2010.
- Profile at Worldreferee.com
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