*Museum Gem* Unique Coupe de France (French Cup) 1971 Stade Rennais (Rennes) Champion Trophy issued to Hector Toublanc.
*Provenance: Toublanc Collection*
Trophée de vainqueur de la Coupe de France 1971 attribué à avec Stade Rennais, finale remportée 2-1 face à Olympique Lyonnais le 20 juin au Stade olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Colombes. Hauteur totale 22 cm.
Argentinian with French origins, Héctor Toublanc arrived at Stade Rennes in January 1971 from Argentinos Juniors. For his first half-season, he played a few matches in midfield, associated with Pierre Garcia or Raymond Keruzoré , and returned twice during the game during the club's victorious course in the Coupe de France. His patronymic duo with Serge Lenoir delighted spectators and journalists, but Toublanc did not really manage to win at Stade Rennes. In 1971-1972, he played only twelve league games, still scoring three goals thanks to a more advanced position on the field. After a last almost blank season, Héctor Toublanc finally returned to Argentina in 1973. Name: Toublanc First name: Héctor Eugenio Nationality: Franco-Argentinian Date of birth: 12/01/1947 Place of birth: Buenos Aires (Argentina) Height: 1.73 m Weight: 73 kg Position: Midfielder, striker International: none CAREER : Player: Argentinos Juniors (Argentina) Stade Rennes FC (January 1971 - 1973) Awards: Winner of the Coupe de France in 1971 with Rennes Winner of the Challenge des champions in 1971 with Rennes.
Size of trophy is 22 centimeters (See pictures)