CS Unirea Sânnicolau Mare

Unirea Sânnicolau Mare is a Romanian professional football club from Sânnicolau Mare, Timiş County and currently is playing in the Liga IVTimiș County.

Unirea Sânnicolau Mare
Full nameClubul Sportiv Unirea Sânnicolau Mare
Founded1957 (1957)
GroundGheorghe Biaș
Capacity3,000
ChairmanFlavius Sitaru
ManagerNicolae Căprărescu
LeagueLiga IV
2018–19Liga IV, Timiș County, 7th
WebsiteClub website

History

In the westernmost city of the country, Sânnicolau Mare, football first dressed white-blue clothing in 1957. It was the moment when the leaders of two local teams – Recolta Sânnicolau Mare, which was considered the peasant's team, the simple ones, respectively Progresul Sânnicolau Mare, which included the people in the "intellectual space" of the city on Aranca- were on the same wavelength and decided that only one football club was needed, and the name chosen was more than suggestively: Unirea.[1]

In late 2005 and early 2006, the team was coached by Ciprian Urican until Ioan Almășan took over in April 2006. In summer 2008 head coach Ioan Petcu left and was replaced by Dan Stupar. In November 2009 head coach Nicolae Căprărescu left and was replaced by Petre Vlătănescu, former coach of Alto Gradimento Albina in 2008/09.


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