1957–58 French Rugby Union Championship

French Rugby Championship 1957-58
Countries  France
Champions Lourdes (6th title)
Runners-up Mazamet

The 1957-58 French Rugby Union Championship was contested by 48 clubs divided in six pools of eight.

The five better of each pool and thes two better sixths (for a sum of 32 clubs) were qualified to play a play-off phase.

The championship was won by Lourdes that defeated Mazamet in the final. Le FC lourdais won the title for the third consecutive time.


The 1958 Five Nations Championship was won by Ireland, France finiished 3rd,

The Challenge Yves du Manoir was won by SC Mazamet that beat Mont-de-Marsan par 3-0.

Qualification round

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Poule A

Poule B

Poule C

Poule D

Poule E

Poule F

"Last 32"

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Lourdes Biarritz 27-3
Toulouse Olympique EC Cognac 3-0
Toulouse La Voulte 8-6
Béziers Montauban 6-3
Mont-de-Marsan Chambéry 16-3
Pau Romans 9-6
Perpignan Dax 11-5
Agen Castres 8-3
Mazamet Vichy 37-0
Bayonne Carmaux 18-9
Grenoble Stadoceste 14-9
Tulle Cahors 3-0
Paris Université Club Graulhet 17-3
Vienne Auch 6-0
Racing Montferrand6-3
Périgueux Angoulême 5-0

"Last 16"

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Lourdes Toulouse Olympique EC 13-3
Toulose Béziers 8-13
Mont-de-Marsan Pau 0-3
Perpignan Agen 5-3
Mazamet Bayonne 11-3
Grenoble Tulle 6-6
Paris Université Club Vienne 15-12
Racing Périgueux 5-6

Quarter of finals

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Lourdes Béziers 8-0
Pau Perpignan 11-8
Mazamet Grenoble 14-0
Paris Université Club Périgueux 16-9


Team 1 Team 2 Results
Lourdes Pau 13-6
Mazamet Paris Université Club 18-6


Teams Lourdes - Mazamet
Score 25-8
Date 18 May 1958
Venue Stadium Municipal, Toulouse
Referee Fernand Sampiéri
Lourdes Jean-Louis Taillantou, Pierre Deslus, Thomas Manterola, André Laffond, Louis Guinle, Henri Domec, Jean Prat, Jean Barthe, François Labazuy, Antoine Labazuy, Pierre Tarricq, Roger Martine, Maurice Prat, Henri Rancoule, Pierre Lacaze
Mazamet Dominique Manterola, Guy Lacoste, Georges Bienes, André Masbou, Lucien Mias, Yvan Duffour, Aldo Quaglio, Jean Arrambide, Jacques Serin, Emile Duffaut, André Fort, Maurice Pastre, Guy Roques, Jacques Lepatey, Etienne Jougla
Lourdes 3 tries Jean Prat (1) and Tarricq (2), 2 conversions and 3 penalties Labazuy, 1 drop Jean Prat
Mazamet 1 try Quaglio, 1 conversion and 1 penalty Duffaut

Jean Prat conquest his sixth and last title of French Champion.

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