FC Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț

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Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț
FC Ceahlaul Piatra Neamt.svg
Full name FC Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț
Nickname(s)
  • Nemţenii (Men from Neamț)
  • Urșii carpatini (Carpathian Bears)
Founded 20 October 1919; 96 years ago (1919-10-20)
Ground Ceahlăul
Ground Capacity 18,000
Owner Angelo Massone
Chairman Ioan Mironaş
Manager Stefano Maccoppi
League Liga II
2014–15 Liga I, 18th (relegated)
Website Club home page
Current season

Fotbal Club Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț is a Romanian football club based in Piatra Neamț, established on 20 October 1919.

The club's home ground is Ceahlăul Stadium with a capacity of 18,000 seats.[1] Team colors are, starting with the 2006/07 season, orange, yellow and black.

The club takes its name from the Ceahlău mountain.

History[edit]

Ceahlăul promoted for the very first time in history to the Liga I in 1993 and played there until 2004, when it relegated to the Liga II with head coach Viorel Hizo and his assistant Toader Șteț, for the first time since its promotion.

They promoted back to the Liga I the very next season. They were supposed to play in the Liga II for the 2007/08 season after finishing 15th out of 18 teams, but Liga II team Delta Tulcea could not obtain the license for the 2007/08 season of Liga I, so Ceahlăul played in its place. But it was a short lived joy, because it relegated once again, only to promote immediately after.

The objective for the 2009/10 season of the Liga I was to avoid relegation, but once again the club relegated, for the third time in the last 6 years.

Ceahlăul started strong the 2010–11 Liga II season and dominated the series until the end, promoting once again in Liga I.

European record[edit]

Competition S P W D L GF GA GD
UEFA Intertoto Cup 4 19 11 4 4 31 19 + 12
Total 4 19 11 4 4 31 19 + 12

UEFA Intertoto Cup[edit]

Season Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
1995 Group stage (9) Bulgaria Bulgaria Etar Veliko Tarnovo 2–0 1st place
Belgium Belgium Beveren 2–0
Czech Republic Czech Republic Boby Brno 2–0
Netherlands Netherlands Groningen 0–0
Round of 16 France France Metz 0–2 0–2
1999 First round Lithuania Lithuania FK Ekranas 1–0 1–0 2–0
Second round Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina NK Jedinstvo Bihać 2–1 3–1 5–2
Third round Italy Italy Juventus 1–1 0–0 1–1 (a)
2000 First round Estonia Estonia Narva Trans 4–2 5–2 9–4
Second round Spain Spain RCD Mallorca 3–1 1–2 4–3
Third round Austria Austria Austria Wien 2–2 0–3 2–5
2003 First round Finland Finland Tampere United 2–1 0–1 2–2 (a)

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 9 February 2016

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 Alexandru Barna (captain)
3 Romania DF Victor Călin
12 Romania GK Teodor Cîmpianu
14 Romania FW Dan Nedelcu
15 Romania FW Marian Drăghiceanu
16 Romania MF Sorin Tăbăcariu
22 Romania GK Marius Chelaru
32 Romania MF Alexandru Margină
33 Romania MF Cristian Copoţ-Barb
22 Romania GK Eduard Chiruţă
Spain DF Cristian Castells
Spain DF Cerra
Romania DF Gabriel Amariei
Romania DF Daniel Mitrofan
No. Position Player
Italy DF Simone Napoli
Romania DF Dragoş Olteanu
Romania DF Cosmin Rotaru
Romania DF Mihnea Şoimaru
Spain MF José Galán
Romania MF Liviu Antim
Ivory Coast MF Seydou Bamba
Romania MF Viorel Cristea
Romania MF Florin Hebriştean
Romania MF Cătălin Mateeş
Romania MF Andrei Mateiciuc
Romania MF Sorin Pintilie
Romania MF Mircea Ştefăniţă
Romania FW Vasile Lupei

Club Officials[edit]

Former managers[edit]

Honours[edit]

Liga I

Campioana Romania.png Liga II

Campioana Romania.png Liga III

  • Winners (2): 1964–65, 1979–80

References[edit]

External links[edit]