1960–61 French Rugby Union Championship

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French Rugby Championship 1960-61
Countries  France
Number of teams 56
Champions Béziers (1st title)
Runners-up Dax
← 1959-60
1961-62 →

The French Rugby Union Championship 1960-1961 was contested by 56 teams divided in 7 pools.

THE Béziers won the tournament beating the US Dax in the final.

Context[edit]

The Five Nations Championship 1961 was won France

The Challenge Yves du Manoir was won by Mont-de-Marsan that beat the Béziers par 17 – 8.

Qualification round[edit]

In bold the qualified to "last 32" phase

Pool 1[edit]

Pool 2[edit]

Pool 3[edit]

Pool 4[edit]

Pool 5[edit]

Pool 6[edit]

Pool 7[edit]

"Last 32"[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Béziers Stadoceste 6-0
Touloun Périgueux 8-6
Vichy Montferrand 10-3
Lourdes Aurillac 3-0
Mont-de-Marsan Perpignan 16-6
Grenoble Vienne 14-3
Brive Limoges 16-5
Cahors Saint-Claude 0-0
Dax Romans 9-3
SBUC Agen 12-11
La Rochelle Racing 15-0
Bayonne Graulhet 6-0
Chambéry Cognac 13-6
Auch Tulle 9-0
Mazamet Toulose 16-8
Pau Angoulême 20-3

"Last 16"[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Béziers Toulon 14-0
Vichy Lourdes 6-3
Mont-de-Marsan Grenoble 10-6
Brive Cahors 8-3
Dax SBUC 14-3
La Rochelle Bayonne 5-3
Chambéry Auch 5-3
Mazamet Pau 8-3

Quarter of finals[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Béziers Vichy 12-3
Mont-de-Marsan Brive 12-6
Dax La Rochelle 11-9
Chambéry Mazamet 19-3

Semifinals[edit]

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Béziers Mont-de-Marsan 12-6
Dax Chambéry 11-5

Final[edit]

Teams Béziers - Dax
Score 6-3
Date 28 May 1961
Venue Stade Gerland, Lyon
Referee Bernard Marie
Line-up
Béziers Raoul Barrière, Emile Bolzan, Francis Mas, Jean Salas, André Gayraud, Louis Angeli, François Rondi, Jean Arnal, Pierre Danos, Roger Bousquet, Lucien Rogé, Robert Raynal, Jacques Fratangelle, Robert Spagnolo, Paul Dedieu
Dax Jean Bachélé, Léon Berho, André Bérilhe, Christian Lasserre, Marcel Cassiède, Gaston Dubois, Pierre Darbos, Claude Contis, Jean-Claude Lasserre, Pierre Albaladejo, Raymond Albaladejo, Jacques Bénédé, Jean Othats, Claude Darbos, Emile Carrère
Scorers
Béziers 1 penalty Dedieu, 1 drop Danos
Dax 1 penalty Pierre Albaladejo

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