CFF Olimpia Cluj

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CFF Olimpia Cluj
Full name Clubul de Fotbal de Feminin Olimpia Cluj-Napoca
Founded 13 August 2010; 5 years ago (2010-08-13)
Ground Victoria Someșeni / Cluj Arena
Ground Capacity 1,300 / 30,335
Chairman Radu Muntean
Manager Iulian Szekely
League Superliga
2015–16 1st
Website Club home page

CFF Olimpia Cluj is a women's football team from Cluj-Napoca in Romania. Founded in 2010 the team started directly, as there is no second level league, in Romania's top level women's league and convincingly won the championship in its very first season. The team won all of its 24 matches witch a total goal difference of 253–11 and wins as high as 26–0 and 27–0.[1] The title qualifies them for the 2011-12 UEFA Women's Champions League. In addition they won the Romanian cup that year too.[2]

Football Academy[edit]

Together with the club in 2010 the Olimpia Women’s Football Academy was established, supported by a partnership with the city and the council.[3] The goal of south-east Europe's first female football academy is to advance women's football in Romania.

Current squad[edit]

  • As of 13 October 2015, according to UEFA's website.
  • Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Boanda, LaviniaLavinia Boanda      Romania
2 Defender Corduneanu, AndreeaAndreea Corduneanu      Romania
3 Defender Meluta, TeodoraTeodora Meluta      Romania
4 Midfielder Bortan, IoanaIoana Bortan      Romania
5 Defender Manie, ChristineChristine Manie      Cameroon
6 Defender Giurgiu, AdinaAdina Giurgiu      Romania
7 Forward Popa, LoredanaLoredana Popa      Romania
8 Midfielder Vatafu, StefaniaStefania Vatafu      Romania
9 Forward Ciolacu, MihaelaMihaela Ciolacu      Romania
10 Midfielder Voicu, AndreeaAndreea Voicu      Romania
11 Midfielder Batea, MaraMara Batea      Romania
12 Goalkeeper Ganea, MirelaMirela Ganea      Romania
14 Forward Lunca, AlexandraAlexandra Lunca      Romania
15 Defender Desmerean, LauraLaura Desmerean      Romania
16 Forward Indrei, DarianaDariana Indrei      Romania
17 Midfielder Carp, CristinaCristina Carp      Romania
18 Forward Dinescu, RoxanaRoxana Dinescu      Romania
20 Midfielder Grecu, DianaDiana Grecu      Romania
22 Defender Olar, CorinaCorina Olar      Romania
24 Midfielder Havristiuc, LidiaLidia Havristiuc      Romania
31 Goalkeeper Darle, GeorgianaGeorgiana Darle      Romania
88 Midfielder Tarasila, BeatriceBeatrice Tarasila      Romania
Defender Moraru, StefaniaStefania Moraru      Romania

Former internationals[edit]


In its five years, five national doubles were won.

Champions League[edit]

In their first participation they started in the qualifying round of the 2011–12 UEFA Women's Champions League. Already after two wins against Bosnian and Lithuanian opposition they qualified for the round of 32.[4]

Competition Round Country Club Aggregate Home Away
2011–12 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying round Bosnia and Herzegovina SFK 2000 Sarajevo 3–1
Lithuania Gintra Universitetas 5–0
Turkey Ataşehir Belediyesi 4–1
Round of 32 France Olympique Lyonnais 0–12 0–9 0–3
2012–13 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying round Malta Birkirkara 8–0
Northern Ireland Glentoran 4–2
Portugal 1º de Dezembro 4–1
Round of 32 Austria Neulengbach 3–3 (a) 1–1 2–2 a.e.t.
Round of 16 Italy Torres 1–7 0–3 1–4
2013–14 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying round Lithuania Gintra Universitetas 3–0
Latvia Liepājas Metalurgs 7–0
Serbia Spartak Subotica 3–8
2014–15 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying round Republic of Ireland Raheny United 1–2
Malta Hibernians F.C. 5–0
Bulgaria FC NSA Sofia 4–0
2015–16 UEFA Women's Champions League Qualifying round Estonia Pärnu JK 4–0
Montenegro Ekonomist 6–1
Slovenia Pomurje 2–0
Round of 32 France Paris SG 0–15 0–6 0–9


  1. ^ "Liga 1 de Fotbal Feminin: Olimpia promovează fotbalul feminin în şcolile clujene" [Female Football League 1: Olimpia promote women's football schools in Cluj]. 5 April 2011. Retrieved 13 June 2011. 
  2. ^ "Olimpia Cluj a castigat Cupa Romaniei la fotbal feminin" (in Romanian). 26 May 2011. Retrieved 10 June 2011. 
  3. ^ "Olimpia change goal: he wants the title and Champions League". 5 January 2011. Retrieved 10 June 2011. 
  4. ^ "Rayo Vallecano and Olimpia Cluj celebrate". UEFA. 13 August 2011. Retrieved 15 August 2011. 

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