List of Romanian football champions

The Romanian football champions (Romanian: campionii României la fotbal) are the winners of Liga I, Romania's premier annual association football league competition. The title has been contested since 1909 in varying forms of competition. Steaua București has won a record 26 championship titles, thus making it the most prolific team in the Liga I.[1] The second most successful team in the league is Dinamo București with 18 championship titles. The Steaua-Dinamo rivalry, also known as the Eternal Derby, is the biggest one in the Romanian football championship, and between the two teams, they have won the championship 44 times and finished as runners-up another 36 times during the 100 completed seasons.

The third most prolific team was Venus București which won all of its titles during the early editions of the championship, winning eight trophies before its dissolution in 1949.[2] Since the first edition in 1909–10, the league has been won by 23 teams representing 12 cities, with nearly two-thirds of all editions (59 titles) being won by teams from the capital, Bucharest. The 2007–08 champions CFR Cluj were the first team outside Bucharest to win the championship in 16 years.

The first Romanian Football Championship was held between December 1909 and January 1910 and included three teams, two from Bucharest and one from Ploiești. The title was decided using a knock-out format, with Olympia București being the inaugural winners.[3] The knock-out format was used until the 1921–22 season, when a league consisting of seven teams was formed. The regular regional leagues season was followed by a final tournament featuring the first placed teams of each region.[3] The championship was suspended due to the World Wars from 1916 to 1919 and 1941 to 1946. The competition kept the name Divizia A from 1921 until 2006 when it was changed to Liga I following a trademark dispute.[4] Between 1955 and 1992, the winner of the championship qualified into the European Champion Clubs' Cup, which was the predecessor of the current UEFA Champions League. The most successful Romanian team to enter this competition is Steaua București, who won the trophy in the 1985–86 season and played the final in the 1988–89 season.[5][6] For the first time in history, the crowned champion from the 2007–08 season of Liga I qualified directly into the UEFA Champions League group stage, which continued until the UEFA Champions League 2011–12 season.[7]

The 2015–16 season of the Liga I was the first season to take place since the new playoff/playout system was introduced. Thus in the regular season the 14 teams met twice, a total of 26 matches per team, with the top 6 advancing to the Championship round and the bottom 8 qualifying for Relegation round.[8] This season was marked by another milestone, the Giurgiu-based team FC Astra was crowned champions for the first time whilst ending Steaua București's three-year domination.[9]

List

Romanian Football Championship (1909–1921)

Season[10] Winner[10] Runner-up Third place Note
1909–10Olympia București (1)Colentina BucureștiUnited Ploiești[11]
1910–11Olympia București (2)United PloieștiColentina București[12]
1911–12United Ploiești (1)Olympia BucureștiColentina București[13]
1912–13Colentina București (1)Cercul Atletic BucureștiBukarester FC[14]
1913–14Colentina București (2)Bukarester FCCercul Atletic București[15]
1914–15Româno-Americană București (1)Colentina BucureștiBukarester FC[16]
1915–16Prahova Ploiești (1)Bukarester FCColțea București[17]
1916–19
Cancelled due to World War I.
[A]
1919–20Venus București (1)Tricolor BucureștiColțea București[18]
1920–21Venus București (2)Tricolor BucureștiPrahova Ploiești[19]

Divizia A (1921–2006)

Season[10] Winner[10] Runner-up Third place Top scorer (Club – Goals)[20] Note
1921–22Chinezul Timișoara (1)Victoria ClujAMEF Arad not available[B][21]
1922–23Chinezul Timișoara (2)Victoria ClujVenus București[22]
1923–24Chinezul Timișoara (3)CA OradeaMureșul Târgu Mureș[23]
1924–25Chinezul Timișoara (4)UCAS PetroșaniJahn Cernăuți[24]
1925–26Chinezul Timișoara (5)Juventus BucureștiVagonul Arad[25]
1926–27Chinezul Timișoara (6)Colțea BrașovUnirea Tricolor București[26]
1927–28Colțea Brașov (1)Jiul LupeniMihai Viteazul Chișinău[27]
1928–29Venus București (3)România ClujBanatul Timișoara[28]
1929–30Juventus București (1)Gloria CFR AradUniversitatea Cluj[29]
1930–31UD Reșița (1)Societatea Gimnastică SibiuPrahova Ploiești[30]
1931–32Venus București (4)UD ReșițaMureșul Târgu Mureș[31]
1932–33Ripensia Timișoara (1)Universitatea ClujCFR București Ştefan Dobay (Ripensia Timișoara – 16)[32]
1933–34Venus București (5)Ripensia TimișoaraUnirea Tricolor București Ştefan Dobay (Ripensia Timișoara – 25)[33]
1934–35Ripensia Timișoara (2)CA OradeaVenus București Ştefan Dobay (Ripensia Timișoara – 24)[34]
1935–36Ripensia Timișoara (3)AMEF AradJuventus București Ştefan Barbu (CFR București – 23)[35]
1936–37Venus București (6)Rapid BucureștiRipensia Timișoara Ştefan Dobay (Ripensia – 21)
Traian Iordache (Unirea Tricolor București – 21)
[36]
1937–38Ripensia Timișoara (4)Rapid BucureștiVenus București Árpád Thierjung (Chinezul Timișoara – 22)[37]
1938–39Venus București (7)Ripensia TimișoaraAMEF Arad Adalbert Marksteiner (Ripensia Timișoara – 21)[38]
1939–40Venus București (8)Rapid BucureștiSportul Studențesc București István Avar (Rapid București – 21)[39]
1940–41Unirea Tricolor București (1)Rapid BucureștiRipensia Timișoara Ion Bogdan (Rapid București – 21)
Valeriu Niculescu (Unirea Tricolor București – 21)
[40]
1941–46
1942 Heroes Cup and Two unofficial editions were played due to World War II. [41]
[C]
1946–47ITA Arad (1)Carmen BucureștiCFR Timișoara Ladislau Bonyhádi (ITA Arad – 26)[42]
1947–48ITA Arad (2)CFR TimișoaraCFR București Ladislau Bonyhádi (ITA Arad – 49)[43]
1948–49IC Oradea (1)CFR BucureștiJiul Petroșani Gheorghe Váczi (IC Oradea – 24)[44]
1950Flamura Roşie Arad (3)Locomotiva BucureștiȘtiința Timișoara Andrei Rădulescu (Locomotiva București – 18)[45]
1951CCA București (1)Dinamo BucureștiProgresul Oradea Gheorghe Váczi (Progresul Oradea – 23)[46]
1952CCA București (2)Dinamo BucureștiCA Câmpulung Moldovenesc Titus Ozon (Dinamo București – 17)[47]
1953CCA București (3)Dinamo BucureștiFlamura Roșie Arad Titus Ozon (Dinamo București – 12)[48]
1954Flamura Roşie Arad (4)CCA BucureștiDinamo București Alexandru Ene (Dinamo București – 20)[49]
1955Dinamo București (1)Flacăra PloieștiProgresul București Ion Ciosescu (Ştiinţa Timișoara – 18)[50]
1956CCA București (4)Dinamo BucureștiȘtiința Timișoara Ion Alecsandrescu (CCA București – 18)[51]
1957–58Petrolul Ploiești (1)CCA BucureștiȘtiința Timișoara Ion Ciosescu (Ştiinţa Timișoara – 21)[52]
1958–59Petrolul Ploiești (2)Dinamo BucureștiCCA București Gheorghe Ene (Rapid București – 17)[53]
1959–60CCA București (5)Steagul Roşu Oraşul StalinPetrolul Ploiești Gheorghe Constantin (CCA București – 20)[54]
1960–61CCA București (6)Dinamo BucureștiRapid București Gheorghe Constantin (CCA București – 22)[55]
1961–62Dinamo București (2)Petrolul PloieștiProgresul București Gheorghe Constantin (Steaua București – 24)[56]
1962–63Dinamo București (3)Steaua BucureștiȘtiința Timișoara Ion Ionescu (Rapid București – 20)[57]
1963–64Dinamo București (4)Rapid BucureștiSteaua București Constantin Frăţilă (Dinamo București – 19)
Cornel Pavlovici (Steaua București – 19)
[58]
1964–65Dinamo București (5)Rapid BucureștiSteaua București Mihai Adam (Ştiinţa Cluj – 18)[59]
1965–66Petrolul Ploiești (3)Rapid BucureștiDinamo București Ion Ionescu (Rapid București – 24)[60]
1966–67Rapid București (1)Dinamo BucureștiUniversitatea Craiova Ion Oblemenco (Universitatea Craiova – 17)[61]
1967–68Steaua București (7)FC Argeș PiteștiDinamo București Mihai Adam (Universitatea Cluj – 15)[62]
1968–69UTA Arad (5)Dinamo BucureștiRapid București Florea Dumitrache (Dinamo București – 22)[63]
1969–70UTA Arad (6)Rapid BucureștiSteaua București Ion Oblemenco (Universitatea Craiova – 19)[64]
1970–71Dinamo București (6)Rapid BucureștiSteaua București Constantin Moldoveanu (Poli Iaşi – 15)
Florea Dumitrache (Dinamo București – 15)
Gheorghe Tătaru (Steaua București – 15)
[65]
1971–72FC Argeș Pitești (1)UTA AradUniversitatea Cluj Ion Oblemenco (Universitatea Craiova – 20)[66]
1972–73Dinamo București (7)Universitatea CraiovaFC Argeș Pitești Ion Oblemenco (Universitatea Craiova – 21)[67]
1973–74Universitatea Craiova (1)Dinamo BucureștiSteagul Roșu Brașov Mihai Adam (CFR Cluj – 23)[68]
1974–75Dinamo București (8)ASA Târgu MureşUniversitatea Craiova Dudu Georgescu (Dinamo București – 33)[69]
1975–76Steaua București (8)Dinamo BucureștiASA Târgu Mureş Dudu Georgescu (Dinamo București – 31)[70]
1976–77Dinamo București (9)Steaua BucureștiUniversitatea Craiova Dudu Georgescu (Dinamo București – 47)[71]
1977–78Steaua București (9)FC Argeș PiteștiPolitehnica Timișoara Dudu Georgescu (Dinamo București – 24)[72]
1978–79FC Argeș Pitești (2)Dinamo BucureștiSteaua București Marin Radu (FC Argeş – 22)[73]
1979–80Universitatea Craiova (2)Steaua BucureștiFC Argeș Pitești Septimiu Câmpeanu (Universitatea Cluj – 24)[74]
1980–81Universitatea Craiova (3)Dinamo BucureștiFC Argeș Pitești Marin Radu (FC Argeş – 28)[75]
1981–82Dinamo București (10)Universitatea CraiovaCorvinul Hunedoara Anghel Iordănescu (Steaua București – 20)[76]
1982–83Dinamo București (11)Universitatea CraiovaSportul Studențesc București Petre Grosu (FC Bihor Oradea – 20)[77]
1983–84Dinamo București (12)Steaua BucureștiUniversitatea Craiova Marcel Coraş (Sportul Studenţesc București – 20)[78]
1984–85Steaua București (10)Dinamo BucureștiSportul Studențesc București Gheorghe Hagi (Sportul Studenţesc București – 20)[79]
1985–86Steaua București (11)Sportul Studențesc BucureștiUniversitatea Craiova Gheorghe Hagi (Sportul Studenţesc București – 31)[80]
1986–87Steaua București (12)Dinamo BucureștiVictoria București Rodion Cămătaru (Dinamo București – 44)[81]
1987–88Steaua București (13)Dinamo BucureștiVictoria București Victor Piţurcă (Steaua București – 34)[82]
1988–89Steaua București (14)Dinamo BucureștiVictoria București Dorin Mateuţ (Dinamo București - 43)[83]
1989–90Dinamo București (13)Steaua BucureștiUniversitatea Craiova Gavril Balint (Steaua București – 19)[84]
1990–91Universitatea Craiova (4)Steaua BucureștiDinamo București Ovidiu Cornel Hanganu (Corvinul Hunedoara – 24)[85]
1991–92Dinamo București (14)Steaua BucureștiElectroputere Craiova Gábor Gerstenmájer (Dinamo București – 21)[86]
1992–93Steaua București (15)Dinamo BucureștiUniversitatea Craiova Ilie Dumitrescu (Steaua București – 24)[87]
1993–94Steaua București (16)Universitatea CraiovaDinamo București Gheorghe Craioveanu (Universitatea Craiova – 21)[88]
1994–95Steaua București (17)Universitatea CraiovaDinamo București Gheorghe Craioveanu (Universitatea Craiova – 27)[89]
1995–96Steaua București (18)Naţional BucureștiRapid București Ion Vlădoiu (Steaua București – 25)[90]
1996–97Steaua București (19)Naţional BucureștiDinamo București Sabin Ilie (Steaua București – 31)[91]
1997–98Steaua București (20)Rapid BucureștiFC Argeș Pitești Constantin Barbu (FC Arges – 22)
Vasile Oană (Gloria Bistrita – 22)
[92]
1998–99Rapid București (2)Dinamo BucureștiSteaua București Ionel Ganea (Gloria Bistrita – 28)[93]
1999–00Dinamo București (15)Rapid BucureștiSteaua București Marian Savu (FC Naţional București – 20)[94]
2000–01Steaua București (21)Dinamo BucureștiFC Brașov Marius Niculae (Dinamo București – 20)[95]
2001–02Dinamo București (16)Naţional BucureștiRapid București Cătălin Cursaru (FCM Bacău – 17)[96]
2002–03Rapid București (3)Steaua BucureștiGloria Bistrița Claudiu Răducanu (Steaua București – 21)[97]
2003–04Dinamo București (17)Steaua BucureștiRapid București Ionel Dănciulescu (Dinamo București – 21)[98]
2004–05Steaua București (22)Dinamo BucureștiRapid București Gheorghe Bucur (Sportul Studenţesc București – 21)
Claudiu Niculescu (Dinamo București – 21)
[99]
2005–06Steaua București (23)Rapid BucureștiDinamo București Ionuţ Mazilu (Sportul Studenţesc București – 22)[100]

Liga I (2006–present)

Season[10] Winner[10] Runner-up Third place Top scorer (Club – Goals)[20] Note
2006–07Dinamo București (18)Steaua BucureștiCFR Cluj Claudiu Niculescu (Dinamo București – 18)[101]
2007–08CFR Cluj (1)Steaua BucureștiRapid București Ionel Dănciulescu (Dinamo București – 21)[102]
2008–09Unirea Urziceni (1)FC TimișoaraDinamo București Gheorghe Bucur (FC Timișoara – 17)
Florin Costea (FC U Craiova – 17)
[103]
2009–10CFR Cluj (2)Unirea UrziceniFC Vaslui Andrei Cristea (Dinamo București – 16)[104]
2010–11Oțelul Galați (1)FC TimișoaraFC Vaslui Ianis Zicu (FC Timișoara – 18)[105]
2011–12CFR Cluj (3)FC VasluiSteaua București Wesley (FC Vaslui – 27)[106]
2012–13Steaua București (24)Pandurii Târgu JiuPetrolul Ploiești Raul Rusescu (Steaua București – 21)[107]
2013–14Steaua București (25)Astra GiurgiuPetrolul Ploiești Liviu Antal (FC Vaslui – 14)[108]
2014–15Steaua București (26)ASA 2013 Târgu MureșCFR Cluj Grégory Tadé (CFR Cluj – 18)[109]
2015–16Astra Giurgiu (1)Steaua BucureștiPandurii Târgu Jiu Ioan Hora (Pandurii Târgu Jiu – 19)[110]
2016–17Viitorul Constanța (1)Steaua BucureștiDinamo București Azdren Llullaku (Gaz Metan Mediaș – 16)[111]
2017–18CFR Cluj (4)Steaua BucureștiUniversitatea Craiova George Țucudean (Viitorul Constanța, CFR Cluj – 15)
Harlem Gnohéré (FCSB – 15)
[112]
2018–19 CFR Cluj (5) Steaua București Viitorul Constanța George Țucudean (CFR Cluj – 18) [113]

Total titles won

Bold indicates clubs currently playing in 2017–18 Liga I. Teams in italics no longer exist. Teams in neither bold or italics are existing past winners of the championship that relegated to Romania's lower leagues.

Club Winners Runners-up Winning Years
Steaua București
26
17
1951, 1952, 1953, 1956, 1959–60, 1960–61, 1967–68, 1975–76, 1977–78, 1984–85, 1985–86, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1997–98, 2000–01, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15
Dinamo București
18
20
1955, 1961–62, 1962–63, 1963–64, 1964–65, 1970–71, 1972–73, 1974–75, 1976–77, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1983–84, 1989–90, 1991–92, 1999–00, 2001–02, 2003–04, 2006–07
Venus București
8
0
1919–20, 1920–21, 1928–29, 1931–32, 1933–34, 1936–37, 1938–39, 1939–40
UTA Arad
6
1
1946–47, 1947–48, 1950, 1954, 1968–69, 1969–70
Chinezul Timișoara
6
0
1921–22, 1922–23, 1923–24, 1924–25, 1925–26, 1926–27
CFR Cluj
5
0
2007–08, 2009–10, 2011–12, 2017–18, 2018–19
Universitatea Craiova
4
5
1973–74, 1979–80, 1980–81, 1990–91
Petrolul Ploiești
4
3
1929–30, 1957–58, 1958–59, 1965–66
Ripensia Timișoara
4
2
1932–33, 1934–35, 1935–36, 1937–38
Rapid București
3
14
1966–67, 1998–99, 2002–03
Colentina București
2
2
1912–13, 1913–14
Argeș Pitești
2
2
1971–72, 1978–79
Prahova Ploiești
2
1
1911–12, 1915–16
Olympia București
2
1
1909–10, 1910–11
Unirea Tricolor București
1
2
1940–41
Club Atletic Oradea
1
2
1948–49
Colțea Brașov
1
1
1927–28
CSM Reșița
1
1
1930–31
Unirea Urziceni
1
1
2008–09
Astra Giurgiu
1
1
2015–16
Româno-Americană București
1
0
1914–15
Oțelul Galați
1
0
2010–11
Viitorul Constanța
1
0
2016–17
Progresul București
0
3
Victoria Cluj
0
3
Politehnica Timișoara
0
2
Bukarester
0
2
Vagonul Arad
0
1
Sportul Studențesc București
0
1
Universitatea Cluj
0
1
Vaslui
0
1
SR Brașov
0
1
CFR Timișoara
0
1
Jiul Petroșani
0
1
Cercul Atletic București
0
1
ASA Târgu Mureș (1962)
0
1
ASA 2013 Târgu Mureș
0
1
Pandurii Târgu Jiu
0
1
Carmen București
0
1
Societatea Gimnastică Sibiu
0
1
Gloria Arad
0
1
Minerul Lupeni
0
1

By city/town

The following table lists the Romanian champions by cities.[114][115]

Titles won by club (%)

  FCSB – 26 (25.74%)
  Dinamo București – 18 (17.82%)
  Venus București – 8 (7.92%)
  UTA Arad – 6 (5.94%)
  Chinezul Timișoara – 6 (5.94%)
  CFR Cluj – 5 (4.95%)
  Universitatea Craiova – 4 (3.96%)
  Petrolul Ploiești - 4 (3.96%)
  Ripensia Timișoara - 4 (3.96%)
  Rapid București - 3 (2.97%)
  Other clubs - 17 (16.83%)
City Titles Winning Clubs
Bucharest
61
FCSB (26), Dinamo (18), Venus (8), Rapid (3), Colentina (2), Olympia (2), Româno-Americana (1), Unirea Tricolor (1)
Timișoara
10
Chinezul (6), Ripensia (4)
Ploiești
6
Petrolul (4), Prahova (United) (2)
Arad
6
UTA (6)
Cluj-Napoca
5
CFR (5)
Craiova
4
Universitatea (4)
Pitești
2
Argeș (2)
Oradea
1
CA Oradea (1)
Brașov
1
Colțea (1)
Reșița
1
Reșița (1)
Urziceni
1
Unirea (1)
Galați
1
Oțelul (1)
Giurgiu
1
Astra (1)
Ovidiu
1
Viitorul (1)

Maps

Map of Romania with the cities/towns of the champions marked.
The cities/towns with ten or more champion titles.
The cities/towns with 5-10 champion titles.
The cities/towns with 1-5 champion titles.

See also

Footnotes

A. ^ Between 1916 and 1919 there was no competition held and no champion declared.
B. ^ No sources are available for this period.
C. ^ Between 1941 and 1946 there was no official competition held.
D. ^ Won 6 of the 26 titles under the name of CCA București.
E. ^ Won 4 of the 6 titles as ITA Arad and Flamura Roşie Arad.
F. ^ Won its title under the name of UD Reșița.

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  110. "Season 2015-16" (in Romanian). Romanian Soccer. Retrieved 10 May 2016.
  111. "Season 2016-17" (in Romanian). Romanian Soccer. Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  112. "Season 2017-18" (in Romanian). Romanian Soccer. Retrieved 21 May 2018.
  113. "Season 2018-19". Romanian Soccer. Retrieved 22 May 2019.
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