FCSB II

SC Fotbal Club FCSB II SA (Romanian pronunciation: [fet͡ʃeseˌbe]), formerly known as Fotbal Club FCSB II (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈste̯awa bukuˈreʃtʲ]) and informally known as simply FCSB II,[nb 1] is a Romanian professional football club from Bucharest, Romania. The team was founded in 2004, dissolved in 2011 and refounded in 2016.[1] It is the reserve team of FCSB.

FCSB II
Full nameFotbal Club FCSB II
Short nameFCSB II
Founded2004 (2004)
2016 (2016) (refounded)
GroundARCOM
Capacity1,000
OwnerGeorge Becali
ChairmanValeriu Argăseală
ManagerPompiliu Stoica
LeagueLiga III
2018–19Liga III, Seria II, 11th
WebsiteClub website

Honours

Liga III:

Winners (1): 2008–09

Players

First team squad

As of 17 August 2019

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 GK Mihai Udrea
4 DF Călin Tudose
6 MF Eduard Dobrai
10 MF Alexandru Enache
12 DF Radu Zamfir
13 FW Antonio Agafiței
15 DF Alexandru Arnold
17 MF Emilian Pacionel
21 MF Mihai Lixandru
24 DF Emil Bobaru
25 FW Cătălin Teleru
26 MF Aurel Pirciu
No. Position Player
27 MF Dragoș Prăsacu
DF Marian Botezatu
DF Alexandru Dinu
DF Robert Gavrilă
DF Mario Mihai
DF Florentin Pham (Captain)
MF Laurențiu Ardelean
MF Adrian Niță
MF Ovidiu Perianu
MF Andrei Roșu
MF Ștefan Pacionel
FW Theodor Botă

Out on loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
3 DF Ștefan Cană (to Farul Constanța)
9 FW Alexandru Bodea (to Farul Constanța)
GK Cristian Andrei (to Farul Constanța)
GK George Micle (to Sportul Snagov)
MF Claudiu Băciuț (to Farul Constanța)
No. Position Player
MF Salvatore Marrone (to Dunărea Călărași)
MF Mihailo Mitrov (to Farul Constanța)
MF Tudor Moldovan (to Farul Constanța)
MF Alexandru Nicola (to Farul Constanța)
MF Daniel Toma (to Farul Constanța)

Club officials

League history

Notes

  1. Although the club is considered to hold the real Steaua identity, including honours, name and colours, on 30 March 2017 it was decided to change the name of the society from "SC Fotbal Club Steaua București SA" to "SC Fotbal Club FCSB SA", following the trademark dispute with CSA Steaua București / Romanian Army.

References

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