Calendar History

15 February
2018
FCSB won the first game against an Italian team. FCSB won 1-0 against SS Lazio, in the first round of UEFA Europa League last 32, with the goal scored by Harlem Gnohéré.
21 February
2013
Steaua offered a new magic night, knocking out Ajax Amsterdam in the Last 16t of UEFA Europa League. After 0-2 in the first leg, Laurenţiu Reghecampf's players equalized the situation and defeated Ajax after the penalty shootout.
24 February
2005
Steaua knocked out Valencia from the UEFA Cup after a penalty shootout.
24 February
1987
Steaua writes a new page of history and wins, at Monte Carlo, the European Super Cup, after 1-0 with Dinamo Kiev through Gheorghe Hagi's goal.
18 February
1984
Steaua - CS Târgovişte 4-0 represented Game 1.000 of the red and blues in the first league. Florin Marin, Gavril Balint (2) and Pițurcă scored.
5 February
1965
Gheorghe Hagi, one of the most important footballers in the history of the club and scorer of the goal with gave Steaua the UEFA Super Cup, was born. Later, Hagi became the 28th coach of the team. As a footballer he has won three titles and three Romanian Cups.
23 February
1960
Adrian Bumbescu a member of the golden generation of the Steaua team, was born in Craiova. In his eight years at Steaua, he won the European Champions Cup, the UEFA Super Cup, five champion titles and five Romanian Cups. Besides Steaua, Bumbescu also won the championship with Universitatea Craiova and Dinamo. Bumbescu is the only Romanian footballer who won the championship with three different teams.
28 February
1950
The club changed its name to the Central Army Club (CCA).
21 February
1944
Lajos Satmareanu was born in Salonta. He played 10 years for Steaua, the team with whom he won a title of champion and five Romanian Cups. Satmareanu was a key defender in the national team, with whom he played at the World Cup in Mexico.
14 February
1941
Bujor Hălmăgeanu, one of the great players in the history of our club, was born in Timisoara. After retiring, he became the 20th coach in the history of our club.
6 February
1927
Alexandru Apolzan, one of the best defenders in the history of Romanian football, was born.
23 February
1909
Colea Vâlcov, the second coach in the history of the club, was born in Bolgrad (Ukraine).

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