1963–64 FC Dinamo București season
|Manager|| Traian Ionescu and
|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.
|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|
|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|
Romanian Cup final
19 July 1964
|Dinamo Bucureşti||5 – 3||Steaua Bucureşti|
|Octavian Popescu 3', 88'
Radu Nunweiller 53'
Ion Pîrcălab 60'
Constantin Frățilă 83'
|Carol Creiniceanu 12'
Gheorghe Constantin 14' (pen.), 63'
Preliminary round - first leg
18 September 1963
|Dinamo Bucureşti||2 – 0||Motor Jena|
25 September 1963
|Motor Jena||0 – 1||Dinamo Bucureşti|
First round - first leg
13 November 1963
|Dinamo Bucureşti||1 – 3||Real Madrid|
|Ţîrcovnicu 86'||Félix Ruiz 2'
Di Stéfano 43'
18 December 1963
|Real Madrid||5 – 3||Dinamo Bucureşti|
|Félix Ruiz 4'
Di Stéfano 19'
Puskás 63' (pen.)
Pîrcălab 71' (pen.)
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).
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.