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Ali Benouna Personal information Date of birth July 23, 1912(1912-07-23) Place of birth    Chlef, French Algeria Date of death    November 6, 1980(1980-11-06) Place of death    Alger, Algeria Playing position Forward Senior career1 Years Club App (Gls)* 1936–1937 1937–1938 1938–1939 Sète Boulogne Rennes RC Roubaix     National team 1936 France 002 0(0) 1 Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. * Appearances (Goals) Ali Benouna (born July 23, 1912 in Chlef, Algeria-died November 6, 1980 in Alger, Algeria) was a former French-Algerian professional footballer. He was the first Algerian and North African to play in France, playing for FC Sète and Stade Rennais in the 1930's.[1][2][3] Benouna was also the first Algerian and North African to play for the French National Team, making his debut on February 9, 1936, in a 3-0 friendly loss against Czechoslovakia.[4] He would make his second and last appearance on March 8, 1936, in a 3-0 friendly win against Belgium.[5] Honours Won the Coupe de France once with FC Sète in 1934 Has 2 caps for the French National Team References ^ http://thinesclaude.wifeo.com/index-fiche-4091.html ^ http://www.rsssf.com/miscellaneous/algfran-recintlp.html ^ http://cheliff.org/portail/?q=book/print/77 ^ http://www.fff.fr/servfff/historique/match_detail.php?nomatch=135 ^ http://www.fff.fr/servfff/historique/match_detail.php?nomatch=136 External links Profile at FFF Persondata Name Benouna, Ali Alternative names Short description Date of birth July 23, 1912 Place of birth Chlef, French Algeria Date of death November 6, 1980 Place of death Alger, Algeria