FC Delta Dobrogea Tulcea
|Full name||Fotbal Club Delta Dobrogea Tulcea|
(The Tulcea People)
as FC Delta Tulcea
as FC Delta Dobrogea Tulcea
|Owner||Tulcea County Council|
|2017–18||Liga III, Seria II, 13th (relegated)|
Delta Dobrogea Tulcea is a Romanian professional football club from Tulcea, Tulcea County, Romania, founded in 2005 and dissolved in 2013, but the club was refounded in the same year as Delta Dobrogea Tulcea.
The club was founded in 2005 as Fotbal Club Delta Tulcea. The club's first president was Petre Marinescu since May 20, 2006.
In their first season, the team played in the Romanian third league (Liga III), where they would win the league's second series by a margin of twenty points from the runner-up, CSM Ramnicu Sarat. The manager behind this success was Constantin Gache.
After having promoted to the second league (Liga II), with the addition of a few new players, and the same coach, the team would go on to winning the second league in the 2006–2007 season after managing an eight win streak. Even so, the team would not promote to the first league (Liga I) due to licensing problems.
It is due to this that the team would lose some of its valuable players at the time, and also its coach that went to rival team Farul Constanta.
After this, they played in the Liga II until their dissolution in the summer of 2013. The club was refounded as Delta Dobrogea Tulcea in the same year.
- As of 24 February 2018
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Board of directors
Current technical staff
The footballers enlisted below have had international cap(s) for their respective countries at junior and/or senior level. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries at junior and/or senior level on through the time's passing. Additionally, these players have also had a significant number of caps and goals accumulated throughout a certain number of seasons for the club itself as well.
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