2011–12 Liga I Feminin

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Liga I Feminin
Season 2011–12
UEFA Women's Champions League Olimpia Cluj
Matches played 192
Goals scored 1272 (6.63 per match)
Top goalscorer Cosmina Dusa (71)
Biggest home win FC Municipal Targu Mures 28 - 0 SN Constanta
Biggest away win CS NEGREA Reşiţa 0 - 19 CFR 1933 Timisoara

The 2011–12 season of the Liga I Feminin was the 22nd season of Romania's premier women's football league. The season started on 4 September 2011 and ended on 6 June 2012. Olimpia Cluj were the defending champions and successfully defended their title on the last matchday.

Changes from 2010–11[edit]

  • Seven new clubs entered a team to the league:Independenta Baia Mare, UT Arad, CFR Timisoara, Negrea Resita, Navobi Iasi, CS Viitorul 2010 Buzau and CS Blue Angel Cristian-Brasov.[1]
  • With now 20 teams in the league the league is now divided into an eastern and western division with 10 teams each. After a double round robin, i.e. 18 matches per team, the top two teams will move on to play the championship round. The first-place finishers get three points right from the start and then a new double round robin is placed.[1] After that the champion qualifies to the 2012–13 UEFA Women's Champions League.

Teams[edit]

Seria est[edit]

Club City Stadium Capacity
Alice & Tunes Piteşti Piteşti Stadionul Nicolae Dobrin
Blue Angel Cristian Cristian, Braşov
Brazi Brazi Stadionul Brazi de Sus
Fair Play Bucureşti Bucureşti Stadionul Politehnica
Metalul Vlăhiţa Vlăhiţa Stadionul Metalul
Navobi Iași Iași
Şantierul Naval Constanţa Constanţa Satdionul SNC
Târgovişte Târgovişte
Târgu Mureş Târgu Mureş Stadionul Trans-Sil 8,000
Viitorul 2010 Buzău Buzău

Seria vest[edit]

Club City Stadium Capacity
CFR 1933 Timișoara Timișoara
Clujana Cluj-Napoca Stadionul Clujana 2,000
Independența Baia Mare Baia Mare Stadion: "Viorel Mateianu" Baia Mare 15,524
Motorul Oradea Stadionul Motorul
Negrea Reșița Reșița
Olimpia Cluj-Napoca Ardealul Sport Center
Real Craiova Satdionul Electroputere
Sporting Craiova Satdionul Electroputere
UTA Arad Arad
Viitorul Reghin Reghin

Standings[edit]

First stage[edit]

Each team plays 18 games.

East:

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 FC Municipal Targu Mures 18 18 0 0 151 4 +147 54 Final stage
2 CS Brazi 18 13 2 3 77 21 +56 41
3 CS Blue Angel Cristian Brasov 18 11 2 5 53 19 +34 35
4 CSS Târgovişte 18 10 1 7 61 39 +22 31
5 CS METALUL Vlahita 18 7 3 8 57 49 +8 24
6 AFC FAIR PLAY Bucureşti 18 8 0 10 49 50 −1 24
7 FC Alice&Tunes Pitesti 18 6 4 8 39 37 +2 22
8 CS Navobi Iasi 18 4 4 10 21 64 −43 16
9 SN Constanta 18 3 1 14 23 109 −86 10
10 Viitorul 2010 Buzau 18 1 1 16 6 145 −139 4

West:

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 CFF Olimpia Cluj 18 18 0 0 180 3 +177 54 Final stage
2 CS REAL Craiova 18 16 0 2 129 26 +103 0421
3 CFR 1933 Timisoara 18 10 2 6 92 43 +49 32
4 MOTORUL Oradea 18 10 2 6 51 43 +8 32
5 CS Independenta Baia Mare 18 9 1 8 55 55 0 28
6 FC UTA Arad 18 7 1 10 64 77 −13 22
7 CS NEGREA Reşiţa 18 6 0 12 30 107 −77 18
8 CFF Clujana Cluj 18 5 0 13 25 54 −29 15
9 SPORTING Craiova 18 4 0 14 26 126 −100 12
10 FCM Viitorul Reghin 18 2 0 16 8 126 −118 6

1 On 12 October 2011 CS Real Craicova was docked 6 points by the Disciplinary Committee of the FRF.

Championship play-off[edit]

The top two of each group advance to the final stage. The six teams play each other two times for a total of six games. The group winners Olimpia and Targu Mures started with three bonus points.

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 CFF Olimpia Cluj (C) 6 5 0 1 36 5 +31 18 2012–13 UEFA Champions League Round of 32
2 FC Municipal Targu Mures 6 4 0 2 18 11 +7 15
3 CS REAL Craiova 6 2 0 4 14 20 −6 6
4 CS Brazi 6 1 0 5 7 39 −32 3

Source: Liga I play-offs

Championship round OLI TAR CRA BRA
CFF Olimpia Cluj 3–0 5–0 16–0
FC Municipal Targu Mures 1–5 3–0 5–0
CS REAL Craiova 1–7 1–3 9–2
CS Brazi 3–01 2–6 0–3

1: Match awarded. Original score was 4–1 in favor of Olimpia, who filed an ineligible player.[2]

Top scorer[edit]

Cosmina Dusa won the top-scorer award for a second season in a row with 71 goals.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "New system explained" (in Romanian). ziare.com. 3 August 2011. Retrieved 13 September 2011. 
  2. ^ "Wins for the title" (in Romanian). olimpiacluj.ro. 21 May 2012. Retrieved 21 May 2012. 
  3. ^ "Final match day report" (in Romanian). citynews.ro. 6 June 2012. Retrieved 6 June 2012. 

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