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1960–61 Coupe de France

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1960–61 Coupe de France

The Coupe de France's results of the 1960–61 season. UA Sedan-Torcy won the final played on May 13, 1961, beating Nîmes Olympique.

Round of 16

Team 1 Score Team 2
UA Sedan-Torcy (D1) 2–0 RC Strasbourg (D2)
Girondins de Bordeaux (D2) 3–1 SM Caen (CFA)
AS Saint-Étienne (D1) 3–1 FC Sochaux-Montbéliard (D2)
Nîmes Olympique (D1) 2–1 FC Nancy (D1)
RC Paris (D1) 3–1 Olympique Lyonnais (D1)
SO Montpellier (D2) 4–0 Cluses (CFA)
Stade de Reims (D1) 3–1 Olympique Alès (D2)
OGC Nice (D1) 6–2 CO Roubaix-Tourcoing (D2)


Quarter-finals

Team 1 Score Team 2
UA Sedan-Torcy (D1) 2–1 OGC Nice (D1)
Girondins de Bordeaux (D2) 2–0 AS Saint-Étienne (D1) *
Nîmes Olympique (D1) 3–2 RC Paris (D1)
SO Montpellier (D2) 2–0 Stade de Reims (D1)


Semi-finals

1961-04-16
UA Sedan-Torcy 2 – 2 Girondins de Bordeaux
Mouchel Goal 33'
Fulgenzi Goal 54'
(Report) Bourdoncle Goal 34'
Gori Goal 65'

1961-04-20
UA Sedan-Torcy 1 – 0 Girondins de Bordeaux
Salem Goal 85' (Report)


1961-04-16
Nîmes Olympique 2 – 1 SO Montpellier
Constantino Goal 14'
Barlaguet Goal 66'
(Report) Sékou Goal 70'

Final

May 7, 1961
UA Sedan-Torcy 3 – 1 Nîmes Olympique
Fulgenzi Goal 16'
Brény Goal 74'
Salem Goal 82'
Constantino Goal 86'
Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Colombes
Attendance: 30,654
Referee: Marcel Bois

References

  • French federation

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