SuperLiga (rugby)

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SuperLiga (rugby)
Current season or competition:
2013 SuperLiga season
Sport Rugby union
Formerly known as Divizia Naţională
Inaugural season 1914
Number of teams 7
Country  Romania
Holders Timișoara (2013: 3rd title)
Most titles Steaua (24 titles)
Website Official website
Broadcast partner TVR www.rugbytv.ro

The SuperLiga CEC Bank is the main domestic competition for rugby union clubs in Romania. The current format started in 2011 and the current champions are RCM Universitatea de Vest Timişoara.

Stadiul Roman and seventeen other teams were formed in Bucharest from 1913 onwards. The championship has been contested on an annual basis since 1914. The first team outside Bucharest was formed at an aircraft factory in Braşov in 1939.

In 1995, Farul Constanţa represented Romania in the Heineken Cup since then no Romanian team has taken part. Romanian championship teams have taken part in the European Challenge Cup in 1996/7, 1997/8, 1998/9, 1999/2000, 2001/2, 2002/3. Since then Romania has been represented by Bucureşti Wolves which is drawn from the domestic Romanian leagues.

Current teams[edit]

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Location of clubs in SuperLiga 2013
Team Match venues Head coach Captain Website
Name City
Baia Mare Stadionul Lascăr Ghineţ Baia Mare Romania Eugen Apjok Ioan Pop Official site
Steaua Stadionul Steaua II Bucureşti Romania Marin Moț Viorel Lucaci Official site
Timișoara Stadionul Gheorghe Rășcanu Timișoara South Africa Danie de Villiers Stelian Burcea Official site
Constanţa Stadionul de Rugby Mihai Naca Constanța Romania Virgil Năstase Cristian Munteanu Official site
Dinamo Stadionul Florea Dumitrache Bucureşti Romania Cristian Hîldan Flavius Dobre Official site
CSM Bucureşti Stadionul Olimpia Bucureşti Romania Daniel Neaga Florin Surugiu Official site
U Cluj Cluj Arena Cluj-Napoca Romania Bogdan Cantor Unattached Official site

The SuperLiga consists of 7 teams. Each team is under the governance of a union, each team is the top male representative team that the union has to offer.

Team records[edit]

Team Honours Titles
Steaua 1949, 1953, 1954, 1961, 1963, 1964, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1999, 2003, 2005, 2006 24
Dinamo 1951, 1952, 1956, 1965, 1969, 1982, 1991, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2007, 2008 16
Grivița 1948, 1950, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1962, 1966, 1967, 1970, 1993 12
Tenis Club Român 1914, 1915, 1916, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1927, 1936, 1938, 1940, 1942 11
Sportul Studenţesc 1925, 1929, 1932, 1935, 1939, 1946, 1947–48 7
Stadiul Român 1919, 1924, 1926, 1928, 1930, 1931, 1947 7
Constanţa 1975, 1976, 1978, 1986, 1995, 1997 6
Baia Mare 1990, 2009, 2010, 2011 4
Viforul Dacia 1941, 1943, 1944, 1945 4
Timişoara 1972, 2012, 2013 3
Poşta Telegraf Telefon 1933, 1934 2
Societatea Sportivă de Educaţie Fizică 1920 1

Champions by year[edit]

  • 1914 - TCR Bucureşti
  • 1915 - TCR Bucureşti
  • 1916 - TCR Bucureşti
  • 1917 - Not disputed because of war
  • 1918 - Not disputed because of war
  • 1919 - AP Stadiul Român Bucureşti
  • 1920 - SSEF Bucureşti
  • 1921 - TCR Bucureşti
  • 1922 - TCR Bucureşti
  • 1923 - TCR Bucureşti
  • 1924 - AP Stadiul Român Bucureşti
  • 1925 - Sportul Studenţesc Bucureşti
  • 1926 - AP Stadiul Român Bucureşti
  • 1927 - TCR Bucureşti
  • 1928 - AP Stadiul Român Bucureşti
  • 1929 - CS Sportul Studenţesc Bucureşti
  • 1930 - AP Stadiul Român Bucureşti
  • 1931 - AP Stadiul Român Bucureşti
  • 1932 - Sportul Studenţesc Bucureşti
  • 1933 - PTT Bucureşti
  • 1934 - PTT Bucureşti
  • 1935 - Sportul Studenţesc Bucureşti
  • 1936 - TCR Bucureşti
  • 1937 -
  • 1938 - TCR Bucureşti
  • 1939 - Sportul Studenţesc Bucureşti
  • 1940 - TCR Bucureşti
  • 1941 - Viforul Dacia Bucureşti
  • 1942 - TCR Bucureşti
  • 1943 - Viforul Dacia Bucureşti
  • 1944 - Viforul Dacia Bucureşti
  • 1945 - Viforul Dacia Bucureşti
  • 1946 - Sportul Studenţesc Bucureşti
  • 1947 - AP Stadiul Român Bucureşti
  • 1947/8 - Universitatea Bucureşti
  • 1948 - CFR Bucureşti
  • 1949 - CSCA Bucureşti
  • 1950 - Locomotiva CFR Bucureşti
  • 1951 - Dinamo Bucureşti
  • 1952 - Dinamo Bucureşti
  • 1953 - CCA Bucureşti
  • 1954 - CCA Bucureşti
  • 1955 - CFR Griviţa Roşie Bucureşti
  • 1956 - Dinamo Bucureşti
  • 1957 - CFR Griviţa Roşie Bucureşti
  • 1958 - CFR Griviţa Roşie Bucureşti
  • 1959 - CFR Griviţa Roşie Bucureşti
  • 1960 - CFR Griviţa Roşie Bucureşti
  • 1961 - CCA Bucureşti
  • 1962 - CFR Griviţa Roşie Bucureşti
  • 1963 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 1964 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 1965 - Dinamo Bucureşti
  • 1966 - CFR Griviţa Roşie Bucureşti
  • 1967 - CFR Griviţa Roşie Bucureşti
  • 1968 -
  • 1969 - Dinamo Bucureşti
  • 1970 - CFR Griviţa Roşie Bucureşti
  • 1971 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 1972 - Universitatea Timişoara
  • 1973 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 1974 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 1975 - Farul Constanţa
  • 1976 - Farul Constanţa
  • 1977 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 1978 - Farul Constanţa
  • 1979 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 1980 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 1981 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 1982 - Dinamo Bucureşti
  • 1983 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 1984 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 1985 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 1986 - Farul Constanţa
  • 1987 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 1988 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 1989 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 1990 - CSM Ştiinţa Baia Mare
  • 1991 - Dinamo Bucureşti
  • 1992 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 1993 - Griviţa Roşie Bucureşti
  • 1994 - Dinamo Bucureşti
  • 1995 - Farul Constanţa
  • 1996 - Dinamo Bucureşti
  • 1997 - Farul Constanţa
  • 1998 - Dinamo Bucureşti
  • 1999 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 2000 - Dinamo Bucureşti
  • 2001 - Dinamo Bucureşti
  • 2002 - Dinamo Bucureşti
  • 2003 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 2004 - Dinamo Bucureşti
  • 2005 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 2006 - Steaua Bucureşti
  • 2007 - Dinamo Bucureşti
  • 2008 - Dinamo Bucureşti
  • 2009 - CSM Ṣtiinṭa Baia Mare
  • 2010 - CSM Stiinta Baia Mare
  • 2011 - CSM Ṣtiinṭa Baia Mare
  • 2012 - RCM Universitatea Timişoara
  • 2013 - RCM Universitatea Timişoara

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