1941 Coupe de France Final

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The 1941 Coupe de France Final was a football match held at Stade Municipal, Saint-Ouen on 25 May 1941, that saw Girondins ASP defeat SC Fives 2–0 thanks to goals by Santiago Urtizberea.

Match details[edit]

Girondins ASP2 – 0SC Fives
Urtizberea Goal 60' Goal 60'
Attendance: 15,230
Referee: Léon Boes
GK   France André Gérard
DF   France Michel Homar
DF   Spain Jaime Mancisidor (c)
DF   France Nordine Ben Ali
DF   France Joseph Plesiak
MF   France Emile Rummelhardt
MF   Hungary Ferenc Szücs "Szego"
FW   France Emmanuel Lopez
FW   Spain Santiago Urtizberea
FW   France Claude Pruvot
FW   France Henri Arnaudeau
Manager:
Spain Benito Diaz


Assistant Referees:
Fourth Official:

GK   France Tadeusz Juszczyk
DF   France Roger Pollet
DF   France Robert Gyselinck
DF   France André Trenelle
DF   France Joseph Jadrzejczak "Jadrejak"
MF   France François Bourbotte (c)
MF   France Marceau Sommerlynck
FW   France Albert Tancré
FW   France Norbert Van Caeneghem
FW   France Marius Dudziak
FW   France Edouard Wawrzeniak "Waggi"
Manager:
England George Berry

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