FC Inter Sibiu

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FC Inter Sibiu
Sigla inter sibiu.gif
Full name Fotbal Club Inter Sibiu
Short name Inter Sibiu
Founded 1982
Dissolved 2000
Ground Inter
Ground Capacity 14,000

FC Inter Sibiu was a football club based in Sibiu, Sibiu County in central Romania. It was founded in 1982 and it soon became one of the best teams from Sibiu. The club was dissolved in 2000.

History[edit]

The club was represented by the son of Nicolae Ceauşescu, Nicu Ceauşescu so it was obvious that it received some help to reach Liga I and stay there[citation needed]. After the fall of the communist regime, the club had a good run, finishing 4th at the Divizia A 1990-91 and winning the Balkans Cup during the same season. But after this performances, their best players (Z. Ritli, M. Stănescu, Ov. Maier, D. Zotincă, R. Niculescu, Căt. Popa) left, they lost their sponsorship, so the crash was inevitable, in 1996 the team relegated to Liga II and in 2000 it was dissolved.

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Liga II:

Liga III:

Continental[edit]

Balkans Cup:

Notable Players[edit]

  • Damian Adrian
  • Zoltan Ritli
  • Marius Baciu
  • Mihail Majearu
  • Florin Cotora
  • Lucian Cotora
  • Adrian Blid
  • Gheorghe Mihali
  • Radu Niculescu
  • Marius Predatu
  • Răzvan Toboşaru
  • Bogdan Bănuţă
  • Cristian Sava
  • Adrian Văsâi
  • Dorinel Munteanu
  • Ovidiu Tâlvan
  • Constantin Lazăr
  • Ovidiu Maier
  • Cezar Zamfir
  • Marius Szeghedi
  • Marian Mărgărit
  • Cătălin Popa
  • Bogdan Bucur
  • Corneliu Szeghedi
  • Dorin Zotincă
  • Mircea Bolba
  • Lucian Burchel
  • Sandor Szenes
  • Neculai Alexa
  • Ionel Fulga
  • Cornel Casoltan
  • Marius Pistol
  • Bogdan Mara
  • Benonie Popescu
  • Radu Neguț
  • Alex Zotinca
  • Claudiu Moldovan
  • Cristian Lazăr

Notable Managers[edit]

  • Marian Bondrea
  • Viorel Hizo
  • Florin Halagian
  • Cornel Ţâlnar
  • Silviu Ştefănescu
  • Ştefan Coidum
  • Jean Gavrilă
  • Gheorghe Turlea
  • Constantin Ardeleanu
  • Ştefan Dorian