Calendar History

30 March
2017
Following a final and irrevocable decision of Romanian justice, Steaua changed its name after 56 years to FCSB.
16 March
2014
Robert Vâlceanu scored a goal in the match against Gaz metan Mediaş (3-0) and became the youngest player in the club's history to score in a match in the first league. On the day of the match, Vâlceanu was 16 years, 11 months and 17 days old.
8 March
2014
Steaua played match 2000 in the first league. The game was played away, against CFR Cluj and was honored by a 1-0 win.
7 March
2013
Steaua defeats Chelsea in Bucharest, 1-0, thanks to Raul Rusescu's goal in the UEFA Europa League.
30 March
2006
Steaua and Rapid are the first Romanian teams to meet in a European competition. Steaua confirmed their supremacy over Rapid once again and knocked them out after two draws.
2 March
2002
Steaua won the 4th Romanian Super Cup, after defeating arch-rivals Dinamo 2-1. The goals were scored by Eugen Trica (30, 86).
13 March
1999
NEW. Albert Duro became the first foreign player in the history of the club to have played in an official match. It happened in the 19th round of the 1998-1999 season in the Universitatea Cluj - Steaua game, score 0-2. Duro signed the contract with red-blue after Eltion Ceno, but managed to play first.
22 March
1981
Mirel Rădoi, one of the most important players in the last 20 years, was born. After retiring from football, Rădoi was appointed the 41st coach in the history of the club.
8 March
1972
Constantin Gâlca was born, in Bucharest. After retiring from football, he became coach and was appointed as the 40th coach of the team. As a footballer, he won four championship titles, a Cup and two Supercups of Romania with Steaua. As coach, he managed to win a title, a Romanian Cup and the League Cup.
23 March
1972
Daniel Prodan, one of the club's great defenders, was born in Satu Mare. Prodan won five champion titles, two Romanian Cups and two Romanian Supercups with Steaua. He also won two titles, two Cups and the League Cup in Scotland with Glasgow Rangers. Sadly, he passed away in 2016, because of a heart attack.
6 March
1965
Florea Voinea scored five goals in the Romanian Cup, in a 8-1 win against Arieșul Turda.
9 March
1954
Teodor Anghelini, another great defender of the Steaua team, was born, in Brașov. He won two champion titles and two Romanian Cups. After retiring, he was an assistant coach of Steaua, alongside Victor Pițurcă.
25 March
1951
Francisc and Vasile Zavoda. The first pair of brothers who played for Steaua. It happened in a match against Știința Cluj, score 2-1.
26 March
1951
Costică Ștefănescu, the 19th coach in the history of our team, was born in Bucharest.
7 March
1939
Florin Halagian, the 17th coach of the team, was born in Bucharest.
22 March
1937
Emerich Jenei was born in Agris (Arad County). He is the Romanian coach with most trophies: the European Champions Cup, five championship titles, four Romanian Cups, all with Steaua. As a player, he won three championship titles and four Romanian Cups.

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