1963–64 French Rugby Union Championship

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French Rugby Championship 1963-64
Countries  France
Number of teams 56
Champions Pau (3rd title)
Runners-up Béziers
← 1962-63
1964-65 →

The 1963-64 French Rugby Union Championship was contested by 56 teams in 7 pools.

The four first teams of each pool and the best four placed 5th qualified for the last 32.

Pau won the championship after beating Béziers in the final.

It was the third time Pau had won the championship.

Qualification round[edit]

Teams in bold qualified for the next round

Pool 1[edit]

Pool 2[edit]

Pool 3[edit]

Pool 4[edit]

Pool 5[edit]

Pool 6[edit]

Pool 7[edit]

"Last 32"[edit]

Teams in bold qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Pau Brive 9-6
Chalon Mazamet 3-0
Bayonne Montauban 8-6
Racing Castres 5-0
Narbonne Grenoble 11-3
Mont de Marsan Lannemezan 5-0
Montferrand La Voulte 5-3
Cognac Toulon 3-0
Béziers Saint-Sever 17-6
Aurillac Valence 9-6
Dax La Rochelle 14-0
Graulhet Bègles 11-9
Stadoceste Vienne 11-0
Tulle Romans 6-0
Agen Angoulême 8-6
Lourdes Cahors 13-5

Brive, the best placed team in the qualification round, was eliminated by Pau, the worst placed team to become the French Champions.

"Last 16"[edit]

Teams in bold qualified for the quarterfinals

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Pau Chalon 3-0
Bayonne Racing 3-3
Narbonne Mont de Marsan 13-6
Montferrand Cognac 16-6
Béziers Aurillac 17-6
Dax Graulhet 5-0
Stadoceste Tulle 12-6
Agen Lourdes 19-8

Quarterfinals[edit]

Teams in bold qualified for the semifinals

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Pau Bayonne 11-6
Narbonne Montferrand 11-0
Béziers Dax 8-3
Stadoceste Agen 6-0

Semifinals[edit]

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Pau Narbonne 8-3
Béziers Stadoceste 3-0

Final[edit]

Teams Pau - Béziers
Score 14 - 0
Date 24 May 1964
Venue Stadium Municipal, Toulouse
Referee Robert Calmet
Line-up
Pau Eugène Ruiz, André Abadie, Marc Etcheverry, Jean-Baptiste Doumecq, Jean-Pierre Saux, Bernard Vignette, Henri Cazabat, François Moncla, Jacques Dulucq, Jean Capdouze, Jacques Clavé, Jean Piqué, Christian Rouch, Roger Lhande, Robert Toyos
Béziers Paul Ribot, Emile Bolzan, Claude Malet, Claude Vidal, Louis Gagnière, Gérard Bonneric, Roger Gensane, Jean Salas, Pierre Danos, Michel Bernatas, Roger Bousquet, Jean Barrière, Jacques Fratangelle, Clément Grau, Paul Dedieu
Scorers
Pau 2 tries and 1 drop Capdouze, 1 conversion and 1 penalty Toyos
Béziers

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