1963–64 FC Dinamo București season

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FC Dinamo Bucureşti
1963-64 season
Manager Romania Traian Ionescu and
Romania Dumitru Nicolae
Divizia A Winners
Romanian Cup Winners
European Cup First round
Top goalscorer Constantin Frățilă (19)
Biggest win 7:0 (vs Farul Constanța, 25 August 1963)
Biggest defeat 1:4 (vs Steaua București, 10 May 1964)

The 1963-64 season was FC Dinamo București's 15th season in Divizia A. Dinamo realizes the first double in history. In addition to authoritarian rule in the championship, which they won for the third consecutive time, Dinamo wins the Romanian Cup, after beating Steaua Bucharest in the final. In the European Cup, Dinamo meets the multiple champions Real Madrid.

Results[edit]

Divizia A
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
1 25 August 1963 Farul Constanța H 7-0
2 1 September 1963 Ştiinţa Cluj A 0-2
3 8 September 1963 Progresul Bucureşti H 2-3
4 14 September 1963 CSMS Iaşi H 2-1
5 21 September 1963 Dinamo Piteşti A 4-0
6 29 September 1963 Siderurgistul Galaţi H 5-1
7 13 October 1963 Steaua Bucureşti H 3-2
8 20 October 1963 Crişul Oradea A 1-1
9 10 November 1963 Petrolul Ploieşti H 1-0
10 17 November 1963 UTA A 3-2
11 18 March 1964 Rapid Bucureşti A 2-0
12 1 December 1963 Ştiinţa Timişoara H 0-0
13 8 December 1963 Steagul Roşu Braşov A 0-1
14 15 March 1964 Farul Constanța A 2-0
15 22 March 1964 Ştiinţa Cluj H 2-1
16 29 March 1964 Progresul Bucureşti A 2-0
17 24 June 1964 CSMS Iaşi A 5-1
18 12 April 1964 Dinamo Piteşti H 2-0
19 19 April 1964 Siderurgistul Galaţi A 1-0
20 10 May 1964 Steaua Bucureşti A 1-4
21 17 May 1964 Crişul Oradea H 1-1
22 7 June 1964 Petrolul Ploieşti A 1-0
23 14 June 1964 UTA H 6-0
24 21 June 1964 Rapid Bucureşti H 5-2
25 28 June 1964 Ştiinţa Timişoara A 1-1
26 5 July 1964 Steagul Roşu Braşov H 6-2
Divizia A 1963-64 Winners
Dinamo Bucureşti
4th Title
Cupa României
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
Last 32 1 March 1964 Victoria Giurgiu A 3-1
Last 16 4 June 1964 Minerul Baia Mare Sibiu 6-0
Quarter-finals 1 July 1964 Ştiinţa Timişoara Hunedoara 0-0
Quarter-finals-replay 2 July 1964 Ştiinţa Timişoara Hunedoara 2-1
Semifinals 12 July 1964 Crişul Oradea Constanţa 1-0
Final 19 July 1964 Steaua Bucureşti Bucureşti 5-3
Cupa României 1963-64 Winners
Dinamo Bucureşti
2nd Title

Romanian Cup final[edit]

19 July 1964
Dinamo Bucureşti 5 – 3 Steaua Bucureşti
Octavian Popescu Goal 3'88'
Radu Nunweiller Goal 53'
Ion Pîrcălab Goal 60'
Constantin Frățilă Goal 83'
Carol Creiniceanu Goal 12'
Gheorghe Constantin Goal 14' (pen.)63'
Stadionul 23 August, Bucharest
Attendance: 70.000
Referee: Andries Van den Leeuwen (Netherlands)
DINAMO:
GK Ilie Datcu Substituted off 85'
DF Constantin Ştefan
DF Ion Nunweiller
DF Lică Nunweiller
DF Dumitru Ivan
MF Emil Petru
MF Octavian Popescu
FW Ion Pîrcălab
FW Radu Nunweiller
FW Constantin Frățilă
FW Ion Haidu
Substitutes:
GK Iuliu Uţu Substituted in 85'
Manager:
Traian Ionescu
STEAUA:
GK Vasile Suciu Substituted off 59'
DF Mircea Georgescu
DF Emeric Ienei
DF Nicolae Dumitru
DF Dragoş Cojocaru
MF Cornel Pavlovici
MF Constantin Koszka
FW Sorin Avram
FW Gheorghe Constantin
FW Gavril Raksi Substituted off 66'
FW Carol Creiniceanu
Substitutes:
GK Constantin Eremia Substituted in 59'
FW Florea Voinea Substituted in 66'
Manager:
Gheorghe Ola

European Cup[edit]

Preliminary round - first leg

18 September 1963
16:00
Dinamo Bucureşti 2 – 0 East Germany Motor Jena
I.Nunweiller Goal 13'
Petru Goal 74'
Stadionul Republicii, Bucharest
Attendance: 19,210
Referee: Edward Budaj (Poland)

Second leg

25 September 1963
16:15
Motor Jena 0 – 1 Dinamo Bucureşti
Ţîrcovnicu Goal 55'
Ernst-Abbe-Sportfeld, Jena
Attendance: 11,195
Referee: Wlodzimierz Storoniak (Poland)

First round - first leg

13 November 1963
14:15
Dinamo Bucureşti 1 – 3 Spain Real Madrid
Ţîrcovnicu Goal 86' Félix Ruiz Goal 2'
Di Stéfano Goal 43'
Gento Goal 87'
Stadionul 23 August, Bucharest
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: Józef Kowal (Poland)

Second leg

18 December 1963
20:30
Real Madrid 5 – 3 Dinamo Bucureşti
Félix Ruiz Goal 4'
Di Stéfano Goal 19'
Amaro Goal 51'
Zoco Goal 60'
Puskás Goal 63' (pen.)
I.Nunweiller Goal 25'
Frăţilă Goal 49'
Pîrcălab Goal 71' (pen.)
Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Madrid
Attendance: 90,000
Referee: Cesare Jonni (Italy)

Squad[edit]

Goalkeepers: Ilie Datcu (26 games/0 goals), Iuliu Uţu (2/0).

Defenders: Ilie Constantinescu (1/0), Dumitru Ivan (19/0), Ion Nunweiller (26/0), Cornel Popa (24/0), Constantin Ştefan (19/0).

Midfielders: Lică Nunweiller (26/1), Emil Petru (22/8), Octavian Popescu (11/3), Ion Ţîrcovnicu (17/5).

Forwards: Gheorghe Ene (14/5), Constantin Frățilă (26/19), Vasile Gergely (3/0), Ion Hajdu (21/6), Mircea Lucescu (2/0), Radu Nunweiller (5/2), Ion Pîrcălab (25/10), Aurel Unguroiu (8/5), Iosif Varga (8/0).

Transfers[edit]

Before the season, Dinamo bought Emil Petru and Octavian Popescu, both from Stiinta Cluj, and Ion Hajdu from Steagu Rosu Braşov. Florin Halagian was transferred to Petrolul Ploiesti and Nicolae Selymes to Steagu Rosu. Mircea Lucescu has been promoted from the youth team.

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