1938 Coupe de France Final

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The Coupe de France Final 1938 was a football match held at Parc des Princes, Paris on May 8, 1938, that saw Olympique de Marseille defeat FC Metz 2–1 thanks to goals by Vilmos Kohut and Emmanuel Aznar.

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May 8, 1938
Olympique de Marseille 2–1 FC Metz
Kohut Goal 49'
Aznar Goal 118'
Rohrbacher Goal 84'
Parc des Princes, Paris
Attendance: 33,044
Referee: Charles Munsch
GK ' Brazil Bezerra de Vasconcellos
DF ' France Abdelkader Ben Bouali
DF ' France Henri Conchy
DF ' France Jean Bastien
DF ' Switzerland Ferdinand Bruhin (c)
MF ' France Joseph Gonzales
MF ' France Emile Zermani
FW ' FrancePoland Franz Olejniczak
FW ' France Mario Zatelli
FW ' France Emmanuel Aznar
FW ' Hungary Vilmos Kohut
France Henri Conchy

Assistant Referees: Mr. Conrié, Mr. Capdeville
Fourth Official:

GK ' France Charles Kappé
DF ' France Henri Nock
DF ' France Charles Zehren
DF ' France Nicolas Hibst (c)
DF ' France Charles Fosset
MF ' France Marcel Marchal
MF ' France Jean Lauer
FW ' France Ignace Kowalczyk
FW ' France Marcel Muller
FW ' Karl Hes
FW ' France Albert Rohrbacher
England Ted Magner

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