FCM Târgu Mureș (feminin)

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FCM Târgu Mureş
Full name FC Municipal Târgu Mureş
Ground Stadionul Trans-Sil,
Târgu Mureş
Ground Capacity 8,000
Chairman Romania Claudiu Maior
Manager Romania Secheş Carol
League Liga I Feminin
2010-11 2nd

FCM Târgu Mureş is a women's association football club from Târgu Mureş, Romania. The club plays in Romania's top level women's football league and won the championship for the first time in 2009–10.[1] With that title the club participated in the 2010–11 UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying round, where it won one of three matches and failed to move on. The team also won the Romanian Cup in 2010[2] and finished runner-up in 2011.

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