1918 Coupe de France Final

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The Coupe de France Final 1918 was a football match held at Légion Saint-Michel field, Paris on May 5, 1918, that saw Olympique de Pantin defeat FC Lyon 3–0 thanks to goals by A. Fievet (2) and Louis Darques.

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Olympique de Pantin3–0FC Lyon
Fievet Goal ?' Goal ?'
Darques Goal ?'
GK   Belgium René Decoux
DF   Belgium Van Roey
DF   Belgium Lambrechts
DF   Belgium Van Steck
DF   France Charles Olivan
MF   France Julien Lina
MF   France Jules Dewaquez
FW   France Paul Landauer
FW   France Louis Darques (c)
FW   France A. Fievet
FW   France Henri Delouys

Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

GK   Luxembourg Paul Weber
DF   France Louis Orvain
DF   France André Bellon
DF   France Louis Allemand
DF   France Roger Ebrard (c)
MF   France Meunier
MF   France Alexis Soulignac
FW   France Jacques Salmson
FW   France Henri Bard
FW   France André Weber
FW   Ritchie

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