The 1935–36 Coppa Italia Final was a single match played on June 11, 1936, between Torino A.C. and Alessandria U.S. at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris in Genoa.
It was the first Coppa Italia final since 1922; in fact this tournament was not organized in the 1923–1925 and 1929–1935 periods; 1926–27 edition was interrupted after few rounds.
Both Torino and Alessandria were playing in Serie A at that time. To reach the final match, Torino defeated in succession Reggiana (2–0), Catania (8–2), Livorno (4–2 after extra time) and Fiorentina (2–0); all those matches were played in Turin, as decided by drawing.
Alessandria at first eliminated Cremonese (4–1) away, then defeated Modena (4–0), Lazio (1–0) and Milan (1–0) playing on its field.
About 10,000 people followed the final match in Genoa, for a 62,000 Italian lire profit. The referee was Raffaele Mastellari from Bologna.
- Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio – La Storia 1898–2004, Panini Edizioni, Modena, September 2005