1951 FC Dinamo București season

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FC Dinamo Bucureşti
1951 season
Manager Iuliu Baratky
Divizia A 2nd
Cupa României Last 16
Top goalscorer Constantin Popescu (11)

The 1951 season was Dinamo Bucureşti's third season in Divizia A. For the first time, Dinamo fought for the championship, ending the season 2nd place, with 32 points, the same number as the champions CCA Bucureşti. The difference was only one goal between the two teams. Constantin Popescu ranked third in the top scorer with 11 goals scored.

On October 13, 1951 Dinamo Sports Park was inaugurated.

Results[edit]

Divizia A
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
1 25 March 1951 Dinamo Oraşul Stalin A 1-0
2 31 March 1951 Locomotiva Bucureşti A 3-2
3 8 April 1951 Ştiinţa Timişoara H 4-1
4 15 April 1951 Flamura Roşie Arad A 2-2
5 22 April 1951 Flacăra Bucureşti H 1-0
6 6 May 1951 CCA Bucureşti A 1-2
7 27 May 1951 Progresul ICO Oradea H 1-2
8 3 June 1951 Locomotiva Timişoara A 0-0
9 10 June 1951 Flacăra Petroşani H 4-0
10 17 June 1951 Locomotiva Târgu Mureş A 3-2
11 24 June 1951 Ştiinţa Cluj H 3-3
12 25 August 1951 Dinamo Oraşul Stalin H 5-2
13 1 September 1951 Locomotiva Bucureşti H 5-1
14 9 September 1951 Ştiinţa Timişoara A 2-0
15 16 September 1951 Flamura Roşie Arad H 1-3
16 20 September 1951 Flacăra Bucureşti A 4-2
17 1 October 1951 CCA Bucureşti H 6-2
18 7 October 1951 Progresul ICO Oradea A 0-3
19 14 October 1951 Locomotiva Timişoara H 1-0
20 21 October 1951 Flacăra Petroşani A 0-0
21 28 October 1951 Locomotiva Târgu Mureş H 3-1
22 4 November 1951 Ştiinţa Cluj A 2-1
Cupa României
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
Last 32 27 June 1951 Locomotiva PCA Constanţa A 2-1
Last 16 4 July 1951 Flacăra Bucureşti A 2-3

Squad[edit]

Standard team: Iosif Fuleiter - Florian Ambru, Caius Novac - Constantin Marinescu, Gheorghe Băcuţ, Valeriu Călinoiu (Viliam Florescu) - Iosif Szoke, Carol Bartha, Ion Suru, Dumitru Nicolae, Constantin Popescu (Alexandru Ene).

Transfers[edit]

Dinamo changes the squad a lot, especially because the second team, Dinamo Oraşul Stalin promoted. Seven players from Bucharest were transferred to Braşov. Titus Ozon, Nicolae Voinescu and Marin Apostol moved to Dinamo 2. Instead, Dinamo brought Ion Suru (Locomotiva Bucureşti), Iosif Szoke (Progresul ICO Oradea), Valeriu Călinoiu (Flacăra Bucureşti), Alexandru Ene (Metalul Bucureşti) and Iosif Fuleiter (Ştiinţa Cluj).

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