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Sticla Arieșul Turda
Sticla Ariesul logo2.png
Full name Asociația Club Sportiv Sticla Arieșul Turda
Nickname(s) Turdenii
(The People from Turda)
Vulturii roșii
(Red Eagles)
Short name Arieșul
Founded 1907; 110 years ago (1907)
as Muncitorul Turda
2016; 1 year ago (2016)
as Sticla Arieșul Turda
Ground Municipal
Ground Capacity 10,000
Owner Turda Municipality
Chairman Emilian Dolha
Manager Artur Podar
League Liga IV
2014–15 Liga III, Seria V, 8th

Sticla Arieșul Turda is a Romanian football club from Turda in Cluj County, which was established in 1907.

Chronology of names[edit]

Name [1] Period
Muncitorul Turda 1907–1950
Flamura Roşie Turda 1950–1958
Arieşul Turda 1958–1975
Sticla Arieşul Turda 1975–1999
Arieşul Turda 1999–2012
FCM Turda 2012–2013
Arieşul Turda 2013–2015
Sticla Arieşul Turda 2016–
  • Note: 1 year of inactivity between 2015–2016, and the team was refounded as Sticla Arieșul Turda in the Liga IV.

History[edit]

Sticla Arieșul former logo.
Arieșul Turda former logo.

Sticla Arieșul Turda was founded in 1907 as Muncitorul Turda and has spent most of its history in the second and in the third leagues of Romania.

Their best performance was winning 1960–61 Cupa României against Rapid București, with that performance the club entered in history of Romanian football as the only second division club which succeeded to win the Romanian Cup.

Current squad[edit]

As of 9 October 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 Marcel Lăkătuș
2 Romania MF Dan Tot
4 Romania DF Sergiu Nicoară
5 Romania DF Robert Szakacs
7 Romania MF Ștefan Silaghi
8 Romania MF Alexandru Savu
9 Romania FW Gheorghiță Lăcătuș
10 Romania DF George Kiesz
11 Romania FW Răzvan Moldovan
12 Romania GK Andrei Ursu
13 Romania FW Lucian Mărie
No. Position Player
15 Romania DF Virgil Cocoară (Captain)
17 Romania DF Victor Soporan
21 Romania MF Mihai Cecălecean
Romania DF Mihai Coroiu
Romania FW Adrian David
Romania DF Iuliu Otvoș
Romania MF Bogdan Fechete
Romania MF Alexandru Felderean
Romania MF Rareș Moldovan
Romania MF Constantin Todea
Romania MF Sebastian Tothăzan

Honours[edit]

Championships[edit]

Campioana Romania.png Liga III

Cups[edit]

Romanian Cup

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.romaniansoccer.ro/stiri/16668/evolutia-denumirilor-echipelor-de-a-lungul-anilor.htm