CS Dinamo București (rugby)

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CS Dinamo Bucureşti
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Full name Clubul Sportiv Dinamo Bucureşti
Founded 1949
Location Bucharest, Romania
Ground(s) Florea Dumitrache (Capacity: 6.000)
President Tudor Constantin
Coach(es) Stefan Demci
League(s) Divizia Naţională
2010 Divizia Naţională 4th
Team kit
Active departments of CS Dinamo București
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Football Men's Handball Women's Handball
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Men's Volleyball Women's Volleyball Rugby
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Gymnastics Weightlifting Judo
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Tennis Chess Skiing

Dinamo Bucureşti (Rugby) is one of the top rugby clubs in Romania. Located in the nation’s capital, Bucharest, the Dinamo Bucuresti side traditionally consisted of members drawn from the ranks of the civil service and/or police. Along with the army side, Steaua, the Dinamo team is one of the nation’s top rugby union outfits. The Dinamo Gaz Sud team, as they are presently known, won the 2007–08 Romanian top division (Divizia Nationala) title, defeating archrivals Steaua 6–0. This 2008 victory was the side's most recent success, with the team bowing out of the club competition at the semi-final stage during the past two seasons, most recently to eventual champions Baia Mare. Nevertheless, Dinamo Bucuresti has been the dominant club side in Romania since the arrival of the 21st century, recording six titles over the past decade.

Famous former players include Petru Balan, a prop who made a name for himself in recent years anchoring the front row for French club Biarritz Olympique, and Gabriel Brezoianu, a Romanian international winger.


Current squad[edit]

2015 Note: Flags indicate national union as has been defined under WR eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-WR nationality.

Player Position Union
Mihai Adăscăliţei Hooker Romania Romania
Cristian Musat Hooker Romania Romania
Teodor Bors Prop Romania Romania
Flavius Dobre Prop Romania Romania
Ruslan Dorogan Prop Moldova Moldova
Nicolae Ion Prop Romania Romania
Victor Leon Prop Moldova Moldova
Cosmin Manole Prop Romania Romania
Florin Matusa Prop Romania Romania
Andrei Badea Lock Romania Romania
Andrei Bucurescu Lock Romania Romania
Dragos Doru Lock Romania Romania
Tevita Iketau Lock Tonga Tonga
Florian Rosu Lock Romania Romania
Iliuta Bratu Flanker Romania Romania
Paula Kata Flanker Tonga Tonga
Simi Kata Flanker Tonga Tonga
Fe'ofa'aki Holo'ia Number 8 Tonga Tonga
Player Position Union
Tudorel Bratu Scrum-half Romania Romania
Ciprian Căplescu Scrum-half Romania Romania
Eugene Jantjies Fly-half Namibia Namibia
Cristian Onofrei Fly-half Romania Romania
Adrian Barbuliceanu Centre Romania Romania
Silviu Budileanu Centre Romania Romania
Ion Cavcaliuc Centre Moldova Moldova
Alfred Hausia Centre Tonga Tonga
Mihai Merca Centre Romania Romania
Damien Buffard Wing France France
Andrei Cristea Wing Romania Romania
Alin Dumitrache Wing Romania Romania
Lomani Fili Wing Tonga Tonga
George Iacob Wing Romania Romania
Silviu Tanase Wing Romania Romania
Siotame Manu Fullback Tonga Tonga
Teodor Nitu Fullback Romania Romania

2015 RWC players[edit]

Other capped players[edit]

  • Tonga Paula Kata
  • Romania Mihai Adăscăliţei
  • Romania Flavius Dobre
  • Romania Ciprian Caplescu
  • Romania Adrian Barbuliceanu
  • Moldova Victor Leon
  • Moldova Ruslan Dorogan
  • Moldova Ion Cavcaliuc

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