1964–65 FC Dinamo București season

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FC Dinamo Bucureşti
1964-65 season
Manager Angelo Niculescu
Divizia A 1st
Romanian Cup Semi-finalist
European Cup First round
Top goalscorer Gheorghe Ene (15)

The 1964-65 season was FC Dinamo Bucureşti's 16th season in Divizia A. Dinamo won for the fourth consecutive time the championship, the longest series of trophies in their history. In the European Cup, Dinamo are eliminated in the first round by the trophy holder, Inter Milan.

Results[edit]

Divizia A
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
1 30 August 1964 Crişul Oradea H 2-0
2 6 September 1964 UTA A 3-0
3 24 December 1964 Rapid Bucureşti H 3-1
4 29 November 1964 Dinamo Piteşti H 2-0
5 10 December 1964 Ştiinţa Cluj A 1-3
6 5 November 1964 Ştiinţa Craiova H 3-1
7 17 December 1964 Progresul Bucureşti H 4-0
8 13 December 1964 Minerul Baia Mare A 1-0
9 6 December 1964 CSMS Iaşi H 2-0
10 1 November 1964 Steagul Roşu Braşov A 1-3
11 27 December 1964 Steaua București A 1-0
12 15 November 1964 Farul Constanţa H 4-1
13 22 November 1964 Petrolul Ploieşti A 1-3
14 14 March 1965 Crişul Oradea A 0-0
15 25 March 1965 UTA H 1-1
16 28 March 1965 Rapid Bucureşti A 0-1
17 4 April 1965 Dinamo Piteşti A 1-1
18 11 April 1965 Ştiinţa Cluj H 1-2
19 18 April 1965 Ştiinţa Craiova A 2-0
20 21 April 1965 Progresul Bucureşti A 0-0
21 9 May 1965 Minerul Baia Mare H 4-2
22 16 May 1965 CSMS Iaşi A 1-0
23 19 May 1965 Steagul Roşu Braşov H 10-1
24 2 June 1965 Steaua București H 2-1
25 20 June 1965 Farul Constanţa A 3-0
26 27 June 1965 Petrolul Ploieşti H 3-1
Divizia A 1964-65 Winners
Dinamo Bucureşti
5th Title
Cupa României
Round Date Opponent Stadium Result
Last 32 6 March 1965 Ştiinţa Galaţi A 3-0
Last 16 17 March 1965 Petrolul Ploieşti Constanţa 1-0
Quarter-finals 30 June 1965 Metalul Târgovişte Bucureşti 5-0
Semifinals 4 July 1965 Dinamo Piteşti Ploieşti 0-1

European Cup[edit]

Preliminary round - first leg

Sliema Wanderers Malta 0 – 2 Dinamo Bucureşti
Frăţilă Goal 4'
Nunweiller Goal 41'
Attendance: 7,784

Second leg

Dinamo Bucureşti 5 – 0 Sliema Wanderers
Pîrcălab Goal 30'42'
Petru Goal 65'
Frăţilă Goal 84'86'
Attendance: 10,501

First round - first leg

Internazionale Italy 6 – 0 Dinamo Bucureşti
Jair Goal 12' Goal 35'
Mazzola Goal 16' Goal 78'
Luis Suárez Goal 38'
Milani Goal 81'
Attendance: 20,376

Second leg

Dinamo Bucureşti 0 – 1 Internazionale
Domenghini Goal 57'

Squad[edit]

Goalkeepers: Ilie Datcu (24 games/0 goals), Iuliu Uţu (6/0).

Defenders: Dumitru Ivan (19/0), Ion Nunweiller (25/0), Lică Nunweiller (13/2), Cornel Popa (25/0), Constantin Ştefan (22/0).

Midfielders: Vasile Gergely (20/0), Emil Petru (19/4), Octavian Popescu (19/4), Ion Ţîrcovnicu (1/0).

Forwards: Gheorghe Ene (23/15), Constantin Frățilă (23/11), Gheorghe Grozea (4/0), Ion Hajdu (23/10), Vasile Ionescu (1/0), Mircea Lucescu (1/0), Radu Nunweiller (17/1), Ion Pîrcălab (21/7), Iosif Varga (2/0).

Transfers[edit]

Ţîrcovnicu and Varga were transferred to Dinamo Piteşti. Gheorghe Grozea made his debut in the first squad.

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