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Robert Coppée

Full name: Robert Victor Joseph Coppée
Gender: Male
Born: April 23, 1895 in Haine-Saint-Pierre, Hainaut, Belgium
Died: 1970
Affiliations: Union Saint-Gilloise,
Country: BEL Belgium
Sport: Football

Medals: 1 Gold (1 Total)

Biography

A striker for Union Saint-Gilloise, Robert Coppée was first selected for the "Red Devils", Belgium's national team, in 1919. He would be capped a total of 15 times, scoring 9 goals. Three of these he scored in the Olympic quarter-final match against Spain. He also opened the scoring in the controversial final against Czechoslovakia, which was eventually abandoned by the Czechs. Coppée also played his last international at the Olympics, the 1924 Games in Paris, when Belgium went out in their first match. Domestically, Coppée's greatest success came in 1923, when Union won the title, having finished runner-up in 1920 and 1921 (and again in 1924). Coppée ended his football career in 1929.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1920 Summer 25 Antwerpen Football Men's Football Belgium BEL 1 Gold
1924 Summer 29 Paris Football Men's Football Belgium BEL 9T

Men's Football

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result G YC RC
1920 Summer 25 Antwerpen Football Belgium BEL Final Standings 1 1920-08-28 4 0 0
1920 Summer 25 Antwerpen Football Belgium BEL Final Round Match 1/2 1 1920-09-02 BEL , TCH 1
1920 Summer 25 Antwerpen Football Belgium BEL Semi-Finals Match #2 1 1920-08-31 BEL 3, NED 0 0
1920 Summer 25 Antwerpen Football Belgium BEL Quarter-Finals Match #4 1 1920-08-29 BEL 3, ESP 1 3
1924 Summer 29 Paris Football Belgium BEL Final Standings 9T 1924-05-25 0 0 0
1924 Summer 29 Paris Football Belgium BEL Round Two Match #6 2 1924-05-29 SWE 8, BEL 1 0
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