Dermata Cluj

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Dermata Cluj
Dermata Cluj logo.png
Full nameFotbal Club Dermata Cluj
Nickname(s)Papucarii (The Shoes Maker)
Short nameDermata
Founded1937
Dissolved1967
GroundStadionul Clujana, Cluj-Napoca
Capacity2,000

Dermata Cluj was a football club from Cluj-Napoca, Cluj County, dissolved in 1967.

History[edit]

The shoes factory from Cluj-Napoca called Echo Cluj created the team and was the main sponsor of the team until 1948. Notable players from that time was Darock, Bagoly, Kallo, Kiss, Toth. Ferencz Ronay was the first big manager who create a competitive team, and played for the first time in Divizia A, the Romanian First Football League. Stadionul Clujana (Clujana Stadium) was the main stadium of the team, situated next to the shoes factory. Even they finished 11th out of 16th places in 1947–48 Divizia A they were relegated in Divizia B because they lost the Relegation / Promotion Play Off. Also because of the nationalization of institutions in Romania and because of the Communist Regime in Romania the team lost the sponsor and never played again in the First Football League. In 1950, they appeared under the name of Flamura Roşie Herbak Cluj, after the new name of the factory "Janos Herbak". In 1960, they merged with CFR Cluj under the name of CSM Cluj (Clubul Sportiv Muncitoresc Cluj). In 1967, CFR Cluj detached from the main team, and Dermata Cluj disappeared. [1] [2][3] [4]

Their best performance in the club history was to participate in 1947–48, but even they finished on 11th out of 16th, they lost in the Relegation / Promotion Play Off and turned back in the Second League after just one season. [5] [6] [7]

Performances[edit]

Liga I:

Liga II:

Liga III:

  • Winners (1): 1958–59

[8] [9]

Key[edit]

Champions Runners-up Third place Promoted Relegated

The players in bold were the top goalscorers in the division.

Seasons[edit]

Season League Cup European Cup Other Top Goalscorer(s) Notes Name[10]
DivisIon Pos P W D L GF GA Pts Name Goals
1937–38 District p Echo Cluj
1938–39 p
1939–40 p
1940–41  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  – Retired due to Second Vienna Award Dermata Cluj
1940–45 Not involved in any competitions due to World War II
1945–46 District 2nd  –
1946–47 Div B 1st 26 20 5 1 77 16 45  –
1947–48 Div A 11th 30 7 11 12 41 50 25 R16
1948–49 Div B 10th 26 10 6 10 37 33 26 R32
1950 District p Flamura Roşie Herbak Cluj
1951 p
1952 p
1953 1st p
1954 Div B 3rd 24 11 6 7 36 27 28 p
1955 10th 26 8 7 11 31 36 23 p
1956 Div C 4th 24 11 4 9 47 30 26 p
1957 1st 12 8 2 2 23 8 18  –
1957–58 4th 26 9 11 6 22 28 29 p Rapid Cluj
1958–59 1st 18 12 4 2 46 17 28 p
1959–60 Div B 7th 26 9 8 9 32 35 26 R32 Merged with CFR Cluj
1960–61 8th 26 9 7 10 29 41 25 p CSM Cluj
1961–62 7th 26 10 8 8 32 31 28 p
1962–63 5th 26 10 7 9 40 30 27 p
1963–64 11th 26 9 4 13 34 31 22 R32
1964–65 3rd 26 11 5 10 34 22 27 R32 Clujeana Cluj
1965–66 9th 26 7 8 11 31 43 22 R16
1966–67 11th 26 8 7 11 26 35 23 p Discontinued

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