AFC Chindia Târgoviște

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Chindia Târgoviște
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Full name Asociația Fotbal Club Chindia Târgoviște
Nickname(s) Micul Ajax (The Little Ajax)
Short name Chindia
Founded 1950; 68 years ago (1950)
Dissolved o
Ground Eugen Popescu
Ground Capacity 12,500 (6,500 seated)
Owner Dâmbovița County Council
Târgoviște Municipality
Chairman Marcel Ghergu
Manager Nicolae Croitoru
League Liga II
2016–17 Liga II, 5th
Website Club website

Asociația Fotbal Club Chindia Târgoviște is a Romanian football club based in Târgoviște, founded in 2010 and has played in the Liga III until being promoted at the end of the 2014–2015 season into the first series of the Liga II.[1]

History[edit]

Football in Târgoviște started with FCM Târgoviște, which was dissolved in summer 2015. In 2010 a new team was founded by Romanian footballer Gheorghe Popescu and named FC Chinidia after the Chindia Tower which is located near the stadium and was at the beginning a football academy like Gheorghe Hagi Viitorul Constanța. In 2013 Popescu left the club. The biggest accomplishment the team has ever made was promoting twice in Liga II, by winning Liga III. The best position in Liga II was a 7th place in 2011–12 Liga II, until they finished on the podium, the third place in 2015–16 Liga II.

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Leagues[edit]

Other performances[edit]

Players[edit]

First team squad[edit]

As of 5 February 2018

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 Iustin Popescu (on loan from Dinamo)
2 Romania DF Marius Martac
3 Romania DF Adrian Ioniță
5 Romania DF Marin Vătavu
6 Romania MF Andrei Șerban
8 Romania MF Liviu Mihai (Captain)
9 Romania FW Alin Nisipeanu
12 Romania GK Teodor Meilă
13 Romania MF Cristian Cherchez
14 Romania FW Mihai Neicuțescu (on loan from Dinamo)
15 Romania DF Cornel Dinu
16 Romania DF Crinel Stoica
17 Romania MF Alin Pencea
No. Position Player
19 Romania DF Lucian Acasandrei
20 Romania FW Cristian Neguț
25 Romania GK Mihai Aioani
45 Romania DF Denis Ciobotariu (on loan from Dinamo)
80 Romania DF Denis Dumitrașcu
Romania MF Cosmin Atanase
Romania MF Rafael Licu
Romania MF Andrei Manea
Romania MF Daniel Rogoveanu
Romania FW Daniel Florea
Romania FW Sergiu Jurj (on loan from CSU Craiova)
Romania FW Andrei Ludușan

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
Romania MF Vlad Parghel (at Flacăra Moreni)
No. Position Player
Romania FW Alin Neguț (at Flacăra Moreni)

Club Officials[edit]

League History[edit]

Season League Pos. Notes
2010/11 Liga III-Seria III 1 promoted
2011/12 Liga II-Seria II 7
2012/13 Liga II-Seria I 12 relegated
2013/14 Liga III-Seriea IV 2
2014/15 Liga III-Seria III 1 promoted
2015/16 Liga II-Seria II 3
2016/17 Liga II 5

References[edit]

  1. ^ Aldea, Tinel (20 May 2015). "Liga 3 – Final Fericit Pentru Ale Noastre" (in Romanian). Dambovita Pe Net. Retrieved 5 June 2015. 

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