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1967–68 Coupe de France

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1967–68 Coupe de France

The Coupe de France's results of the 1967–68 season. AS Saint-Étienne won the final played on May 12, 1968, beating Girondins de Bordeaux.

Round of 16

Team 1 Score Team 2
AS Saint-Étienne (D1) 2–1 Angers SCO (D1)
FC Metz (D1) 2–1 AS Nancy (D2)
AS Angoulême (D2) 2–0 FC Rouen (D1)
FC Sochaux-Montbéliard (D1) 2–1 FC Nantes (D1)
Girondins de Bordeaux (D1) 2–0 Gazélec Ajaccio (CFA)
RC Strasbourg (D1) 2–0 Red Star (D1)
US Quevilly (CFA) 1–0 Olympique Lyonnais (D1)
USL Dunkerque (D2) 1–0 OGC Nice (D1)


Team 1 Score Team 2
AS Saint-Étienne (D1) 1–0 FC Metz (D1)
AS Angoulême (D2) 2–1 FC Sochaux-Montbéliard (D1)
Girondins de Bordeaux (D1) 2–1 RC Strasbourg (D1)
US Quevilly (CFA) 4–0 USL Dunkerque (D2)


AS Saint-Étienne 1 – 1 AS Angoulême
Mekhloufi Goal 29' (Report) Grizzetti Goal 33'

Girondins de Bordeaux 2 – 1 US Quevilly
Massé Goal 34'
Duhayot Goal 99'
(Report) Leroy Goal 13'


AS Saint-Étienne 2 – 1 AS Angoulême
Herbin Goal 26'
Revelli Goal 70'
(Report) Grizzetti Goal 83'


May 12, 1968
AS Saint-Étienne 2 – 1 FC Girondins de Bordeaux
Mekloufi Goal 30' Goal 78' Wojciak Goal 5'
Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Colombes
Attendance: 33,959
Referee: Roger Barde


  • French federation

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