CS Mioveni

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CS Mioveni
CS Mioveni crest
Full name Clubul Sportiv Mioveni
Nickname(s) Galben-verzii (The Yellow and Greens)
Founded 15 August 2000; 16 years ago (2000-08-15)
as AS Mioveni 2000
Ground Orășenesc
Ground Capacity 10,000[1]
Owner Mioveni Municipality
Chairman Dumitru Olteanu
Manager Alexandru Pelici
League Liga II
2015–16 Liga II, Seria II, 4th
Website www.csmioveni.ro

Clubul Sportiv Mioveni (Romanian pronunciation: [ˌklubul sporˈtiv mi.oˈvenʲ]; Mioveni Sports Club), commonly known as CS Mioveni, or simply as Mioveni, is a Romanian professional football club based in Mioveni, Argeș County, currently playing in the Liga II.

They were founded in 2000 as AS Mioveni 2000 and play their home matches at the Stadionul Orășenesc, which has a current capacity of 10,000.


The club was founded in 2000 under the name AS Mioveni (Mioveni Sports Association). After one season in the Liga IV, AS Mioveni merged with Dacia Pitești in 2001 and took its place in the Liga III, while the club changed its name to AS Dacia Mioveni, only to change it soon after that to CS Dacia Mioveni (Dacia Mioveni Sports Club).

In its first season of division football, Dacia finished 3rd in the Liga III. The next season however, the team finished top of series IV of the Liga III and therefore, in the summer of 2003 they promoted to the Liga II where they activated for four years without any outstanding performance.

At the end of the 2006–07 season, Dacia Mioveni finished runner-up in the Liga II, Seria II, and promoted for the first time in history to the Liga I.

Dacia's best performance was the only appearance in the Liga I, in the 2007–08 season, when they finished 16th and were relegated. During the same season Dacia Mioveni reached the semi-finals of the Cupa României, being eliminated by CFR Cluj, after an impressive win in the quarterfinals against Dinamo Bucureşti, with 1–0.

In the summer of 2010 the club was renamed, CS Mioveni being the new name. The club officials took this decision because Automobile Dacia refused to sponsor the club, instead sponsoring Italian club Udinese Calcio.

Even if the club had finished the 2010-11 Liga II season on the third position, the club promoted in the Liga I because the second placed FC Bihor had problems with the licence.[2]


CS Mioveni plays its home games on Stadionul Orășenesc, a 10,000-seat arena, in downtown Mioveni.




Other performances[edit]


Current squad[edit]

As of As of 6 April 2017

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Romania GK Valentin Sima
2 Romania DF Mihai Șchiopu
3 Romania DF Andrei Tirică
4 Romania DF Ionuț Stoica
6 Romania MF Ionuț Mîrzeanu
7 Romania FW Andrei Nilă
8 Romania FW Cosmin Năstăsie
9 Romania MF Victor Mazilu
10 Romania MF Marius Galan
11 Romania MF Alin Popa
12 Romania GK Octavian Popescu
13 Romania DF Cătălin Alexe
14 Romania MF Adrian Iamandi
15 Romania MF Ionuț Biceanu
16 Romania MF Ionuț Rădescu
No. Position Player
17 Romania MF Daniel Iancu
18 Brazil FW Roberto Ayza (Captain)
20 Romania FW Mihai Vintilă
21 Romania FW Marius Staicu
22 Romania GK Flavius Croitoru
23 Romania DF Costinel Gugu (on loan from Le Havre)
24 Romania DF Bogdan Vișa
25 Romania DF Ionuț Burnea
26 Romania MF Robert Boboc (on loan from Astra)
28 Romania MF Andrei Neagoe
30 Romania MF Eduard Florescu
31 Romania DF Eduard Stoica
80 Romania DF Marius Tomozei
81 Romania GK Bogdan Preda

Out on loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
No. Position Player

Club officials[edit]

Former Managers[edit]


  1. ^ "Stadion" [Stadium] (in Romanian). CS Mioveni. Retrieved 18 April 2017. 
  2. ^ Decizie FRF: Dacia Mioveni a promovat, baraj intre Vointa Sibiu

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