Claudiu Keşerü became the first player in the history of Steaua to score six goals in a match. Keşerü scored all of Steaua's six goals in the 6-0 win against Pandurii Târgu Jiu.
Steaua defeated Standard Liege 2-1, through Badea's double, and qualified in the UEFA Champions League group stage.
Răzvan Ochiroşii scored a goal in the match against ND Gorica (3-0) and became the youngest player in the club's history to score in a match in European competitions. On the day of the match, Ochiroşii was 17 years, 4 months and 21 days old.
Steaua won the second Romanian Super Cup, after defeating Petrolul Ploiești, 2-0. The goals were scored by Damian Militaru (25) and Ion Vlădoiu (56).
Steaua won the first edition of the Romanian Super Cup after defeating Gloria Bistrița 1-0. The goal was scored by Marian Popa (108).
Steaua lost 0-4 the first match of the Santiago Bernabeu tournament against Real Madrid, but defeated Anderlecht Bruxelles 6-5 after the penalty shoot-out.
Florea Voinea became the first player of the club to score five goals in a match in the first division. Voinea scored in the game won by Steaua with the score of 7-1 in the move with CSMS Iasi.
Ştefan Iovan, the team captain in the memorable evening of May 7th 1986, and the 25th coach of the team, was born.
In the Glasul Armatei newspaper, the first press report about the establishment of the Central Sports Club of the Army, was published.
The CSCA management asked the Executive Committee of the Romanian Football Federation (FRFA) for the football team to play directly in the first division.
The FRFA federal bureau rejected the club's request that the football team be included in first division and offered it the option to evolve in the first group of second division, instead of Sparta Bucharest, which was facing financial difficulties.
The 22-player squad, divided into AS Armata A and AS Armata B, went to his first camp at the Military Sanatorium in Sinaia after the FRFA's Executive Committee refused to score the team directly in the first division.
AS Armata played, in Sinaia, its first friendly match in history, a 0-0 draw against local team Metalul Emil Costinescu.
The first match of the team in Division A, a 0-0 draw, against Dermata Cluj, in Bucharest. Because the team did not have its own stadium, ASA played the match on the Venus arena, located on the current Opera Park.
Coloman Braun-Bogdan became the first coach in the history of the club.
The FRFA Executive Committee decided that AS Armata would replace Carmen București in the first league.
Iosif Bükössi, former CCA player and the coach who discovered Gheorghe Hagi, was born.
Gheorghe Popescu I, the first captain and, after retiring, the fourth coach of the team, was born.