1991–92 French Rugby Union Championship

Toulon won the 1991-92 French Rugby Union Championship beating Biarritz in the final.

French Rugby Championship 1991-92
Countries France
Number of teams40 teams
ChampionsToulon
Runners-upBiarritz
← 1990-91
1992-93 →

It was Toulon's third Bouclier de Brennus.

Group AEdit

The teams are listed as the ranking, in bold the teams admitted to "last 16" round.

Pool 1

Pool 2

Pool 3

Pool 4

"last 32"Edit

In bold the clubs qualified for the "last 16".

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Bègles-Bordeaux Chalon 18-19
Castres Le Creusot 15-9
Colomiers Graulhet 30-6
Perpignan Valence-d'Agen 37-12
Agen Stade Bordelais 30-15
Tarbes Montpellier 29-22
Nîmes Toulon 6-15
Béziers Auch 24-15
Toulouse Nice 21-9
Bourgoin Dax 7-15
Grenoble Rumilly 38-18
Racing Montferrand 21-19
Biarritz Tyrosse 21-15
Brive Mont-de-Marsan 15-12
Bayonne Pau 33-17
Narbonne Cognac 19-12

"last 16"Edit

In bold the clubs qualified for the quarter of finals.

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Castres Chalon 9-3
Colomiers Perpignan 10-9
Agen Tarbes 15-19
Toulon Béziers 15-9
Toulouse Dax 19-24
Grenoble Racing 27-12
Brive Biarritz 18-26
Bayonne Narbonne 16-12

Quarter of finalsEdit

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Castres Colomiers 24-15
Tarbes Toulon 30-30[1]
Dax Grenoble 21-22
Biarritz Bayonne 16-15


  1. ^ after over-time (27-27), Toulon qualified for most tries scored (2-1)

SemifinalsEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Castres Toulon 12-18
Grenoble Biarritz 9-13

Toulon and Biarritz were qualified for the final.

FinalEdit

06 June 1992
Toulon 19 – 14 Biarritz Olympique
Try: Repon
Pen: Teisseire
Jehl
Drop: Delaigue (2)
Hueber
Try: Feuillade
Hontas
Pen: Blanco
Arrieta
Parc des Princes, Paris
Referee: Alain Ceccon
FB 15   Patrice Teisseire
RW 14   Pascal Jehl
OC 13   Pierre Trémouille (c)
IC 12   Jean-Christophe Repon
LW 11   David Jaubert
FH 10   Yann Delaigue
SH 9   Aubin Hueber
N8 8   Éric Melville
OF 7   Thierry Louvet
BF 6   Léon Loppy
RL 5   Bruno Motteroz
LL 4   Gérald Orsoni
TP 3   Yann Braendlin
HK 2   Éric Dasalmartini   66'
LP 1   Michel Périé
Substitutions:
HK 16   Marc de Rougemont   66'
PR 17   Jean-Michel Casalini
LK 18   Ludovic Cornuau
FL 19   Franck Chouquet
FH 20   Jean-Louis Gruarin
CE 21   Alain Carbonel
Coach:
  Jean-Claude Ballatore
FB 15   Serge Blanco (c)
RW 14   Franck Corrihons
OC 13   Philippe Feuillade
IC 12   Bernard Daguerre
LW 11   Pierre Hontas
FH 10   David Arrieta
SH 9   Jean-Baptiste Lecuona
N8 8   Éric Gouloumet
OF 7   Richard Pool-Jones
BF 6   Jean-Marc Irigaray   60'
RL 5   Jean Condom
LL 4   Djakaria Sanoko
TP 3   Pascal Ondarts
HK 2   Christian Boulé
LP 1   Jean-François Mondela
Substitutions:
HK 16   Jean-Bernard Esain
LK 17   Thierry Cléda
FL 18   Guillaume Tarrat   60'
SH 19   Jean-Luc Rivière
CE 20   Gilles Daguerre
WG 21   Dominique Gueracague
Coach:
  Jean-Pierre Béraud

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