1991–92 French Rugby Union Championship

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French Rugby Championship 1991-92
Countries  France
Champions Toulon
Runners-up Biarritz

Toulon won the 1991-92 French Rugby Union Championship beating Biarritz in the final.

It was Toulon's third Bouclier de Brennus.

Group A[edit]

The teams are listed as the ranking, in bold the teams admitted to "last 16" round.

Pool 1

Pool 2

Pool 3

Pool 4

"last 32"[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the "last 16".

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Bègles-Bordeaux Chalon 18-19
Castres Le Creusot 15-9
Colomiers Graulhet 30-6
Perpignan Valence-d'Agen 37-12
Agen Stade Bordelais 30-15
Tarbes Montpellier 29-22
Nîmes Toulon 6-15
Béziers Auch 24-15
Toulouse Nice 21-9
Bourgoin Dax 7-15
Grenoble Rumilly 38-18
Racing Montferrand 21-19
Biarritz Tyrosse 21-15
Brive Mont-de-Marsan 15-12
Bayonne Pau 33-17
Narbonne Cognac 19-12

"last 16"[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the quarter of finals.

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Castres Chalon 9-3
Colomiers Perpignan 10-9
Agen Tarbes 15-19
Toulon Béziers 15-9
Toulouse Dax 19-24
Grenoble Racing 27-12
Brive Biarritz 18-26
Bayonne Narbonne 16-12

Quarter of finals[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Castres Colomiers 24-15
Tarbes Toulon 30-30[1]
Dax Grenoble 21-22
Biarritz Bayonne 16-15


  1. ^ after over-time (27-27), Toulon qualified for most tries scored (2-1)

Semifinals[edit]

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Castres Toulon 12-18
Grenoble Biarritz 9-13

Toulon and Biarritz were qualified for the final.

Final[edit]

06 June 1992
Toulon 19 – 14 Biarritz Olympique
Try: Repon
Pen: Teisseire
Jehl
Drop: Delaigue (2)
Hueber
Try: Feuillade
Hontas
Pen: Blanco
Arrieta
Parc des Princes, Paris
Referee: Alain Ceccon
FB 15 France Patrice Teisseire
RW 14 France Pascal Jehl
OC 13 France Pierre Trémouille (c)
IC 12 France Jean-Christophe Repon
LW 11 France David Jaubert
FH 10 France Yann Delaigue
SH 9 France Aubin Hueber
N8 8 France Éric Melville
OF 7 France Thierry Louvet
BF 6 France Léon Loppy
RL 5 France Bruno Motteroz
LL 4 France Gérald Orsoni
TP 3 Switzerland Yann Braendlin
HK 2 France Éric Dasalmartini Substituted off 66'
LP 1 France Michel Périé
Substitutions:
HK 16 France Marc de Rougemont Substituted in 66'
PR 17 France Jean-Michel Casalini
LK 18 France Ludovic Cornuau
FL 19 France Franck Chouquet
FH 20 France Jean-Louis Gruarin
CE 21 France Alain Carbonel
Coach:
France Jean-Claude Ballatore
FB 15 France Serge Blanco (c)
RW 14 France Franck Corrihons
OC 13 France Philippe Feuillade
IC 12 France Bernard Daguerre
LW 11 France Pierre Hontas
FH 10 France David Arrieta
SH 9 France Jean-Baptiste Lecuona
N8 8 France Éric Gouloumet
OF 7 England Richard Pool-Jones
BF 6 France Jean-Marc Irigaray Substituted off 60'
RL 5 France Jean Condom
LL 4 Ivory Coast Djakaria Sanoko
TP 3 France Pascal Ondarts
HK 2 France Christian Boulé
LP 1 France Jean-François Mondela
Substitutions:
HK 16 France Jean-Bernard Esain
LK 17 France Thierry Cléda
FL 18 France Guillaume Tarrat Substituted in 60'
SH 19 France Jean-Luc Rivière
CE 20 France Gilles Daguerre
WG 21 France Dominique Gueracague
Coach:
France Jean-Pierre Béraud

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