Calendar History

17 July
LEAGUE CUP 2. Steaua became the first and, at the same time, the only team in Romania that managed to win the League Cup twice. The second success came, in extra time, after 2-1 with Concordia Chiajna, thanks to Momcilovic and Hamroun.
19 July
Claudiu Keşerü became the first scorer of the club in an official League Cup match after he scored in the match against Rapid Bucharest, score 2-1.
10 July
Steaua won the sixth Romanian Super Cup after defeating Petrolul Ploiesti 3-0. The goals were scored by Stefan Nikolic, Lucasz Szukala and Mihai Pintilii.
22 July
Steaua won the 5th Romanian Super Cup, after defeating Rapid, 1-0. The goal was scored by Daniel Opriţa (89).
30 July
Famous Walter Zenga became the first foreign coach in the club's 57-year history.
1 July
ROMANIAN CUP 13. Steaua made a new victim in the Romanian Cup final, where they defeated Sportul Studenţesc 3-0, thanks to the goals scored by Lita Dumitru and Marcel Răducanu (2).
4 July
ROMANIAN CUP 11. Steaua defeated Dinamo in the third consecutive final of the Romanian Cup. This time, the rival slayer was Gheorghe Tataru, who managed a hattrick and made Mircea Lucescu's goals useless.
26 July
ROMANIAN CUP 10. The final of the 1969-1970 season had the same distribution and scenario as the previous edition: same teams, same result, same scorers and the Cup remained with the red and blues.
2 July
Steaua players celebrated the 8th Romanian Cup, after a 6-0 win against Foresta Fălticeni. It was the second consecutive edition of the Romanian Cup in which Steaua did not concede a goal, unique in the history of the competition.
13 July
Rudolf Glöckner, from the Democratic Republic of Germany, was the referee for the semi-final of the Romanian Cup against Rapid, won by Steaua 3-0.
17 July
Steaua became the first winner of the Romanian Cup without conceding a goal. It happened after winning the seventh Romanian Cup, 4-0 against UTA.
5 July
Cornel Pavlovici scored a goal in the 6-3 win against Dinamo Pitești and became the league Top Scorer, alongside Constantin Frăţilă (Dinamo), both with 19 goals.
8 July
Steaua wins the 6th Romanian Cup, 5-1 in a final agaist Rapid. Mateianu (11), Voinea (40), Constantin (47,64) and Raksi (85) scored for the red and blues.
1 July
Gheorghe Constantin scored a goal in the match against Dinamo Bacău (3-0) and won his third consecutive Top Scorer title, the fourth in the history of the club. Constantin equaled the performance of Ștefan Dobay in the seasons 1932-33, 1933-34, 1934-35. After Dobay and Constantin, only one player managed to achieve such a performance: Dudu Georgescu, who holds the absolute record: 4 consecutive titles.
1 July
Nicolae Drăgan became the first "red-blue" to score five goals in a match. It happened in the match of the 1/8 of the Romanian Cup final, against Flamura Roşie Buhuş (8-1).
26 July
Vasile Zavoda, considered to be the best right wing in the history of the club, was born in Rodna Veche (Bistrita-Nasaud). He played 14 years for Steaua, winning six champion titles and five Romanian Cups. He was selected in the national team of Romania, alongside which he participated in the Olympic Games in Helsinki.
26 July
Vasile Zavoda, one of the best right-wingers in history, was born. Vasile and Alexandru Zavoda formed the first pair of brothers to wear Steaua's shirt.
17 July
Ion Alecsandrescu, one of the first-generation gold players of red and blues football, was born. He was the first top scorer of the A Division in the red-blue shirt and a brilliant club leader. His nickname was The Sphinx. Alecsandrescu won five champion titles and a Romanian Cup, all with Steaua Bucureşti and also won five caps for Romania.
17 July
Traian Ionescu, the 15th coach of the team, was born in Valeni.
2 July
Iosif Petschowsky, a well-known Romanian footballer, who wore the red-blue shirt in the early 1950s, was born.


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