Calendar History

7 June
2006
Steaua won the 23rd title in the last game of the season, 4-0 in Vaslui. Cosmin Olăroiu was the Head Coach, following Oleg Protasov, who had been on the bench in the first part of the season.
11 June
2005
In the last round, Steaua wins the 22nd title, the first in the "Becali era", at the end of a match not recommended for the people with heart disease (2-1 with Poli AEK Timişoara, after 0-1).
13 June
2001
With an 11-point lead, Steaua wins the 21st title with Victor Piţurcă as Head Coach, and receives the trophy at the end of the 3-3 draw against FC Arges, in Ghencea.
16 June
1999
Rapid tried their luck in a final against Steaua, but luck is always on the best team's side. Steaua won their 20th Romanian Cup at the penalty shoot-out. The game ended in a 2-2 draw, with our goals scored by Ciocoiu and Belodedici.
7 June
1997
Steaua won the 19th title, with a squad in which 20 players made their debut.
7 June
1997
Sabin Ilie managed an exceptional season and scored 31 goals, thanks to which he became the Top Scorer of Romania. In the match against FC Național, Ilie scored two goals and brought the 12th Top Scorer title in the history of the club.
4 June
1997
The 19th Romanian Cup was won after a 4-2 win against FC National, in a match where Sabin Ilie scored three goals (min 2, min 5, min 30), followed by Ciocoiu (86).
14 June
1995
Steaua won the 17th title, with the next ranked nine points behind. The trophy was raised at the end of the 5-2 win against Ceahlăul Piatra Neamţ.
20 June
1993
The red and blues won a new title, the 15th, four days before, in an away game against Rapid, but the jerseys and the champions medals were received in Ghencea, in front of our fans.
20 June
1993
Ilie Dumitrescu won the Top Scorer title in the 1992-1993 season, with 19 goals. In the last round, Dumitrescu scored a double in the match against Universitatea Craiova (3-1). It was the 10th Top Scorer title in the history of the "red and blues".
24 June
1992
Steaua continued to perform after the fall of the communist regime. In the final against Poli Timisoara, Steaua won the 17th Romanian Cup 3-2 at the penalty shootout, after 1-1 in regular time.
9 June
1989
Steaua lost at home, 0-3 against Dinamo, and thus ended the strike of 104 games without defeat in the championship, a record which is still standing not only in Romania, but also on an European level.
17 June
1989
Steaua won the 14th title in the best decade in their history.
29 June
1989
Coach Anghel Iordanescu defeated Dinamo in the third consecutive final and won the 16th Romanian Cup for Steaua. In the final of 89, the last before the fall of the communist regime, Hagi scored the goal that made the trophy remain with the red and blues for another year.
22 June
1988
Steaua wins the 13th title after a 2-0 win against Poli Timișoara, a team that relegated to the second division. With this title, Steaua had overcome its eternal rival from this point of view.
19 June
1988
Victor Piţurcă became Romania's Top Scorer with 34 goals scored. At the same time, Piţurcă was ranked third among the Top Scorers in Europe, for which he received the "Bronze boot" trophy. Piţurcă scored two goals in the match against Rapid (5-0) on that day.
26 June
1988
The most controversial final of the Romanian Cup took place. A minute and a half after Răducioiu's equalizer goal (87 minutes), Balint (Steaua) scored for 2-1. Initially, referee Radu Petrescu validated the goal but, after advice from one of his assistant referees, George Ionescu, he canceled the goal. As a sign of protest, Steaua players left the pitch. The following day, the Romanian FA Executive Committee decided that the goal was correctly scored and awarded the trophy to Steaua. After 1990, Steaua gave up this trophy.
29 June
1987
The red-blues are unstoppable: the 12th Champions title the third consecutive one. A tie, 1-1 against Universitatea Craiova, couldn't spoil the celebration.
28 June
1987
ROMANIAN CUP 15. Steaua defeated Dinamo 1-0, thanks to Bölöni's goal, in a final where Costel Orac missed a penalty in the 89th minute. The Cup returned to Ghencea after a short break.
14 June
1986
At the end of a highly dominated season, our players celebrated the 11th title. And, coincidentally, at the end of a match against SC Bacau, as in the previous season.
19 June
1985
Steaua won the 10th Champion title. In the last round, Steaua defeated SC Bacau thanks to Boloni's goal.
12 June
1985
Steaua managed their biggest win against Dinamo, 5-0 in the Romanian Cup semifinals. Balint, Pițurcă (2) and Lăcătuș (2) scored.
23 June
1985
ROMANIAN CUP 14. Universitatea Craiova couldn't cope with the soon to be European champion and lost 2-1 in the final, Steaua goals being scored by Lăcătuş and Piţurcă.
12 June
1982
Steaua won the 7th Top Scorer title. Anghel Iordănescu scored a goal in the 2-1 win against FC Constanţa and, with a total of 20 goals, he overtook Sorin Cârțu (19).
15 June
1978
Steaua wins the 9th Championship title based on goal difference. In the last home game, Steaua defeated FCM Reșița 4-0.
13 June
1976
The players and coach Emerich Jenei, in his first year as Steaua' coach, celebrate the eighth title, after an eight-year break, at the end of the match with Politehnica Iasi, score 3-0. It was the first title in the team's new house, Ghencea stadium.
30 June
1976
ROMANIAN CUP 12. Anghel Iordănescu scored in the 75th minute the only goal of the Steaua - CSU Galaţi final and the Cup went into the hands of the red and blues again.
15 June
1976
Eltion Ceno was born, the first foreign player in the history of the Steaua club, who signed a contract with our team. After a season in which he played only 13 minutes, the Albanian footballer left the team.
10 June
1969
Cosmin Olăroiu, the 24th coach of the club, was born in Bucharest. Olăroiu won a champion title, a Romanian Cup and the Romanian Super Cup.
22 June
1969
ROMANIAN CUP 9. Steaua defeated Dinamo 2-1 in the final act of the Romanian Cup and won a new trophy. Both goals of Ştefan Kovacs's team were scored by Florea Voinea.
9 June
1968
Steaua won the seventh title, after a seven-year break, at the end of the last-round match: 3-1 away, against Petrolul.
25 June
1968
Dorinel Munteanu, the 31st coach of the team, was born in Grădinari.
10 June
1964
Steaua achieved the biggest win history of the club: 12-0 with CIL Blaj, in the last 16 round of the Romanian Cup. Raksi (4), Voinea (3), Pavlovici (2), Moldoveanu (2) and Crișan were the scorers.
29 June
1961
CCA won the sixth Champion title. And what's better than enjoying the victory on the arch-rival's stadium? The Red-blue players received the champions medals on Dinamo's field at the end of the last game, a 3-2 win.
29 June
1961
Gheorghe Constantin won his second consecutive Top Scorer title, after he scored a goal in the match against Dinamo (3-2). Constantin scored 22 goals that season.
19 June
1960
CCA celebrated the fifth Champion title. At the end of the 2-2 home draw against Știința Cluj, the players received their medals.
19 June
1960
Gheorghe Constantin scored a goal in the match against Ştiinţa Cluj (2-2), and became the second player of the club to win the Top Scorer title. In the 1959-60 season, Constantin scored 20 goals.
24 June
1957
Ilie Bărbulescu, a member of the team that won the European Champions Cup, was born in Pitești. Bărbulescu also won the UEFA Supercup, four Romanian champion titles and two Romanian Cups.
28 June
1953
Iosif Petschovski became the first player of Steaua to score in the National team in the preliminaries of the World Cup, against Bulgaria, score 3-1.
27 June
1951
Steaua achieved the biggest away win, in the match against CSM Locomotiva Galați (9-0), in the last 16 round of the Romanian Cup. Nicolae Drăgan (3), Petre Moldoveanu (2), Francisc Zavoda, Petre Bădeanțu, Tiberiu Bone and Anton Ferenczi scored.
7 June
1947
General Mihail Lascar signed the decree setting up the Romanian Army Club, the Central Army Sports Association.

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