List of FC Steaua București records and statistics

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The FC Steaua București football club has played 67 seasons in Liga I, which it has won 26 times. It has also won Cupa României 22 times, Supercupa României 6 times and Cupa Ligii twice – all competition records. In UEFA competitions the club has won the European Cup and European Super Cup, both in 1986. It has also reached the European Cup final in 1989, the final of the Intercontinental Cup, quarter-finals of the European Cup Winners' Cup, and the semi-finals of the UEFA Cup. Its players have won numerous awards and many of them have represented Romania in international competitions.

Overall seasons table in Liga I[edit]

Including 2015–16 season

Pos Club Season In Liga I P W D L GF GA GD Champion 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place 6th place 9th place 12th place 14th place
1 FC Steaua București 68 2082 1158 480 444 3943 2077 1866 26 14 9 4 5 6 2 1 1

Steaua in European and International competitions[edit]

Including 2015–16 season

Competition S P W D L GF GA GD
UEFA Champions League / European Cup 25 137 50 38 49 193 189 +4
UEFA Super Cup / European Super Cup 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1
UEFA Europa League / UEFA Cup 17 114 45 31 38 154 134 +20
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup / European Cup Winners' Cup 11 40 14 12 14 51 54 –3
Intercontinental Cup 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 –1
Total 55 293 110 81 102 399 378 +21

Achievements[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Liga I:

Cupa României:

Runners-up (8): 1953, 1963–64, 1976–77, 1979–80, 1983–84, 1985–86, 1989–90, 2015–16

Cupa Ligii

Supercupa României:

European[edit]

European Cup / UEFA Champions League:

European Super Cup / UEFA Super Cup:

UEFA Cup / UEFA Europa League:

European Cup Winners' Cup / UEFA Cup Winners' Cup:

International[edit]

Intercontinental Cup:

  • Runners-up (1): 1986

Minor honours[edit]

Honours[edit]

Awards[edit]

Gazeta Sporturilor Awards
Honour Player Year
Romanian Footballer of the Year (from 1966) Ion Dumitru 1973
Ion Dumitru 1975
Ștefan Sameș 1979
Marcel Răducanu 1980
Helmuth Duckadam 1986
Gheorghe Hagi 1987
Nicolae Dică 2006
Raul Rusescu 2012
Vlad Chiricheș 2013
Lucian Sânmărtean 2014
Liga I Foreign Footballer of the Year (from 2008) Łukasz Szukała 2014
Best Scorer (from 2010) Bogdan Stancu[2] 2010
Best Goalkeeper (from 2010) Ciprian Tătărușanu[2] 2010
Lithuanian Awards
Honour Player Season
Lithuanian Footballer of the Year Giedrius Arlauskis 2014
Top Gazeta Sporturilor Awards (2007–2011)
Honour Player Season
Best Goalkeeper Róbinson Zapata[3] 2007–08 T
Róbinson Zapata[4] 2007–08 R
Róbinson Zapata[4] 2009–10 T
Best Central Defender Ionuț Rada[5] 2007–08 T
Dorin Goian[5] 2007–08 R
Mirel Rădoi[5] 2007–08 R
Best Right Defender Paweł Golański[5] 2007–08 R
Best Right Midfielder Bănel Nicoliță[6] 2008–09 T
János Székely[7] 2009–10 T
Best Left Midfielder Arman Karamyan[8] 2009–10 R
Best Forward Pantelis Kapetanos[9] 2009–10 T
Bogdan Stancu[10] 2010–11 T
LPF Awards (from 2010)
Honour Player Year
Best Forward Bogdan Stancu[11] 2010
Best Rookie Florin Gardoș[11] 2010
ProSport Awards
Honour Player Year
Foreign Footballer of the Year Pantelis Kapetanos[12] 2009
Liga I Romanian Footballer of the Year Bogdan Stancu[13] 2010
Fanatik Awards
Honour Player Year
Footballer of the Year Dorin Goian[14] 2008
Lucian Sânmărtean[15] 2014
Special Prize Bănel Nicoliță[14] 2008
Best Forward Bogdan Stancu[16] 2010
Explosion of the Year Cristian Tănase[17] 2011
Man of the Year Novak Martinović[17] 2011
Fantastic of the Year Alexandru Chipciu[18] 2012
Defender of the Year Vlad Chiricheș[18] 2012
Łukasz Szukała[15] 2014
Midfielder of the Year Alexandru Bourceanu[18] 2012
Mihai Pintilii[15] 2014
Forward of the Year Raul Rusescu[18] 2012
Claudiu Keșerü[15] 2014
Prize of Excellency Raul Rusescu[15] 2014
Transfer of the Year Paul Papp[15] 2014
Foreign Footballer of the Year Fernando Varela[15] 2014
Goalkeeper of the Year Giedrius Arlauskis[15] 2014
AISS Awards
Honour Player Season
Steaua Footballer of the Season Róbinson Zapata[3] 2007–08
sport.ro Awards
Honour Player Year
Footballer of the Year Bănel Nicoliță[19] 2009
Foreign Footballer of the Year Pantelis Kapetanos[19] 2009
stelisti.ro Awards
Honour Player Year
Steaua Footballer of the Year Pantelis Kapetanos[20] 2009
romaniansoccer.ro Awards
Honour Player Season
Footballer of the Year Dorin Goian 2007–08
Foreign Footballer of the Year Róbinson Zapata 2007–08
Sport Total FM Awards
Honour Player Season
Foreign Footballer of the Year Róbinson Zapata[21] 2007–08
Pantelis Kapetanos[21] 2008–09
Radio România Actualități Awards
Honour Player Season
Revelation of the Season Róbinson Zapata[3] 2007–08
AFR and CSJ Awards
Honour Player Year
Foreign Footballer of the Year Róbinson Zapata[3] 2009
Goalkeeper of the Year Ciprian Tătărușanu[22] 2011
UEFA Awards
Honour Player Season
Best Player in Team of the Group Stage Alexandru Bourceanu 2012–13[23]
AFR and Fanatik Awards
Honour Player Year
Best Goalkeeper Ciprian Tătărușanu[24] 2013
Best Defender Florin Gardoș[24] 2013
Best Romanian Player Alexandru Bourceanu[24] 2013
AFAN Awards
Honour Player Year
Younger of the Year Nicolae Stanciu 2013[25]
Goalkeeper of the Year Ciprian Tătărușanu 2013
Giedrius Arlauskis 2014
Defender of the Year Florin Gardoș 2013
Vlad Chiricheș 2013
Łukasz Szukała 2014
Midfielder of the Year Alexandru Bourceanu 2013
Lucian Sânmărtean 2014
Forward of the Year Claudiu Keșerü 2014
Footballer of the Year Alexandru Bourceanu 2013
Lucian Sânmărtean 2014
Foreign Footballer of the Year Łukasz Szukała 2014

Records[edit]

Matches
Record name Date Competition Opponent Result
Win 10 June 1964 Cupa României CIL Blaj 12–0
League Win 7 December 1988 Divizia A Corvinul Hunedoara 11–0
League Win Home
League Win Away 10 April 1955 Avântul Reghin 9–1
6 May 1956 Dinamo Bacău 8–0
Cup Win 10 June 1964 Cupa României CIL Blaj 12–0
Cup Win Away 27 June 1951 Locomotiva Galați 9–0
Super Cup Win 9 September 1998 Supercupa României Rapid București 4–0
European Win 3 October 1979 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Young Boys 6–0
18 September 2014 UEFA Europa League AaB
European Win Home 3 October 1979 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Young Boys
18 September 2014 UEFA Europa League AaB
European Win Away 7 September 1988 European Cup Sparta Prague 5–1
Loss 14 September 1947 Divizia A ITA Arad 0–7
League Loss
League Loss Home 7 March 1948 1–6
League Loss Away 14 September 1947 0–7
Super Cup Loss 7 October 1999 Supercupa României Rapid București 0–5
European Loss 23 October 1990 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Montpellier
27 August 1997 UEFA Champions League Paris Saint-Germain
20 October 2011 UEFA Europa League Maccabi Haifa
European Loss Home 22 November 2012 UEFA Europa League Stuttgart 1–5
1 October 2013 UEFA Champions League Chelsea 0–4
European Loss Away 23 October 1990 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Montpellier 0–5
27 August 1997 UEFA Champions League Paris Saint-Germain
20 October 2011 UEFA Europa League Maccabi Haifa

Others[edit]

Ochiroșii, youngest goal scorer in European cups.
  • Record League Percentage in a Season: 65 pts in 34 matches (1988–89; 2 pts/win; 95.59%);
  • Most Goals Scored in a Season: 121 (1988–89; 3,55/match);
  • Least Goals Conceded in a Season: 16 (2005–06; 0,53/match);
  • Most Appearances: Tudorel Stoica (369 matches in 14 seasons);
  • Most Goals Scored: Anghel Iordănescu (155 goals in 14 seasons);
  • Negativ Record: 13 matches without victory in LI, UCL, CR, (from 26 September 2008 to 22 November 2008)
  • Youngest goal scorer in European cups: Răzvan Ochiroșii: 17 years, 4 months and 20 days (2 August 2006 v ND Gorica);

National[edit]

  • Record Unbeaten League Run: 104 matches (June 1986 – September 1989) World record;
  • Record Home Unbeaten League Run: 112 matches (November 1989 – August 1996);
  • Record League Percentage in a Season: 65 pts in 34 matches (1988–89; 2 pts/win; 95,58%);
  • Most Goals Scored in a Season: 121 (1988–89; 3,55/match);
  • Most seasons in UEFA Champions League Group Stage for a Romanian Team - 7 (1994–95, 1995–96, 1996–97, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–2009, 2013-2014);
  • The only Romanian club to have made it in the European spring for three seasons in a row (2004–05, 2005–06, 2006–07);
  • Most trophies in Romanian football: 52;
  • Most National Championships: 25;
  • Most National Cups: 21;
  • Most National Supercups: 6;
  • Most championships in a row: 6 (1992-93 – 1997-98, equal to Chinezul Timișoara's record from the 1920s);
  • Most matches won in a row in Divizia A: 17 (equal to Dinamo București);
  • Steaua (66 seasons) and FC Dinamo București (65 seasons) are the only clubs to have played only in the first Romanian league;
  • For 17 years, no other team from Romania has managed to advance any further than Steaua in European club competitions (not counting the two seasons when Steaua didn't manage to qualify for Europe);
  • Most national championships won by a single player: Marius Lăcătuș (10);

International[edit]

  • Record Unbeaten League Run: 104 matches (June 1986 – September 1989) World Record;
  • The first Eastern European team and the only team from a communist country to win the European Cup;
  • Best penalty shootout performance inside European competitions: Helmuth Duckadam, saving all four penalties in the ECC Final in 1986.

Players[edit]

Liga I Full Season Appearances[edit]

Player Season Apps
1 Ștefan Onisie 1948–1949 26 of 26
2 Alexandru Apolzan 1950 22 of 22
3 Ștefan Balint 1950 22 of 22
4 Traian Ionescu 1950 22 of 22
5 Alexandru Apolzan 1951 22 of 22
6 Ștefan Balint 1951 22 of 22
7 Petre Bădeanțu 1951 22 of 22
8 Tiberiu Bone 1951 22 of 22
9 Ion Voinescu 1951 22 of 22
10 Vasile Zavoda 1951 22 of 22
11 Alexandru Apolzan 1952 22 of 22
12 Tiberiu Bone 1952 22 of 22
13 Tiberiu Bone 1953 21 of 21
14 Victor Dumitrescu 1954 26 of 26
15 Nicolae Tătaru 1955 24 of 24
16 Vasile Zavoda 1955 24 of 24
17 Gabriel Raksi 1960–1961 26 of 26
18 Nicolae Tătaru 1960–1961 26 of 26
19 Gheorghe Constantin 1961–1962 26 of 26
20 Emerich Jenei 1961–1962 26 of 26
Player Season Apps
21 Ion Voinescu 1961–1962 26 of 26
22 Emerich Jenei 1962–1963 27 of 27
23 Gheorghe Constantin 1962–1963 27 of 27
24 Carol Creiniceanu 1964–1965 26 of 26
25 Mircea Georgescu 1964–1965 26 of 26
26 Mircea Petescu 1965–1966 26 of 26
27 Emerich Jenei 1966–1967 26 of 26
28 Lajos Sătmăreanu 1966–1967 26 of 26
29 Sorin Avram 1967–1968 26 of 26
30 Vasile Negrea 1967–1968 26 of 26
31 Lajos Sătmăreanu 1967–1968 26 of 26
32 Iosif Vigu 1968–1969 30 of 30
33 Marius Ciugarin 1970–1971 30 of 30
34 Nicolae Pantea 1970–1971 30 of 30
35 Iosif Vigu 1970–1971 30 of 30
36 Teodor Anghelini 1974–1975 34 of 34
37 Iosif Vigu 1974–1975 34 of 34
38 Iosif Vigu 1975–1976 34 of 34
39 Marcel Răducanu 1978–1979 34 of 34
40 Ion Dumitru 1979–1980 34 of 34
Player Season Apps
41 Victor Pițurcă 1985–1986 34 of 34
42 Anton Doboș 1993–1994 34 of 34
43 Florentin Dumitru 2001–2002 30 of 30
44 Ciprian Tătărușanu 2010–2011 34 of 34
45 Raul Rusescu 2012–2013 34 of 34

Brothers who played for Steaua[edit]

Name
Mihai & Florin Costea
Artyom & Arman Karamyan
Adrian & Sabin Ilie
Daniel & Iulian Minea
Dumitru & Constantin Dumitriu
Nicolae & Gheorghe Tătaru
Francisc & Vasile Zavoda

Team Top Scorers[edit]

  League topscorer
Season Winner Goals
1947–1948 Gheorghe Popescu I 10
1948–1949 Petre Moldoveanu 10
1950 Nicolae Drăgan
Petre Moldoveanu
7
1951 Nicolae Drăgan
Petre Moldoveanu
Petre Bădeanțu
9
1952 Victor Moldovan 10
1953 7
1954 Iosif Petschovsky 7
1955 Nicolae Tătaru 16
1956 Ion Alecsandrescu 18
1957–1958 15
1958–1959 13
1959–1960 Gheorghe Constantin 20
1960–1961 22
1961–1962 24
1962–1963 Florea Voinea 14
1963–1964 Cornel Pavlovici 19
1964–1965 Carol Creiniceanu 9
1965–1966 Cornel Pavlovici 11
1966–1967 Florea Voinea 16
1967–1968 13
Season Winner Goals
1968–1969 Florea Voinea 17
1969–1970 Gheorghe Tătaru 16
1970–1971 15
1971–1972 6
1972–1973 Viorel Năstase 9
1973–1974 19
1974–1975 Anghel Iordănescu 19
1975–1976 23
1976–1977 Viorel Năstase 17
1977–1978 Anghel Iordănescu 19
1978–1979 Marcel Răducanu 13
1979–1980 23
1980–1981 7
1981–1982 Anghel Iordănescu 20
1982–1983 Septimiu Câmpeanu 12
1983–1984 Marius Lăcătuș 13
1984–1985 Victor Pițurcă 19
1985–1986 29
1986–1987 22
1987–1988 34
1988–1989 Gheorghe Hagi 31
1989–1990 Gavril Balint 19
Season Winner Goals
1990–1991 Dan Petrescu 13
1991–1992 Ilie Stan 12
1992–1993 Ilie Dumitrescu 24
1993–1994 17
1994–1995 Adrian Ilie 11
1995–1996 Ion Vlădoiu 26
1996–1997 Sabin Ilie 31
1997–1998 Cătălin Munteanu 17
1998–1999 Ionel Dănciulescu 15
1999–2000 14
2000–2001 Claudiu Răducanu 12
2001–2002 14
2002–2003 21
2003–2004 Adrian Neaga 13
2004–2005 Nicolae Dică 11
2005–2006 15
2006–2007 Valentin Badea 13
2007–2008 Nicolae Dică 9
2008–2009 Greece Pantelis Kapetanos
Bogdan Stancu
11
2009–2010 Greece Pantelis Kapetanos 15
2010–2011 Bogdan Stancu 13
Season Winner Goals
2011–2012 Raul Rusescu 13
2012–2013 21
2013–2014 Italy Federico Piovaccari 10
2014–2015 Claudiu Keșerü 12
2015–2016 Nicolae Stanciu 12

Steaua players at the final tournaments[edit]

1952 Summer Olympics[edit]

Romania RomaniaIosif Petschovsky
Romania RomaniaIon Voinescu
Romania RomaniaVasile Zavoda

1964 Summer Olympics[edit]

Romania RomaniaBujor Hălmăgeanu
Romania RomaniaEmerich Jenei
Romania RomaniaSorin Avram
Romania RomaniaGheorghe Constantin
Romania RomaniaConstantin Koszka
Romania RomaniaCarol Creiniceanu
Romania RomaniaMircea Petescu
Romania RomaniaCornel Pavlovici

1970 FIFA World Cup[edit]

Romania RomaniaLajos Sătmăreanu
Romania RomaniaGheorghe Tătaru

1984 UEFA Euro[edit]

Romania RomaniaVasile Iordache

1990 FIFA World Cup[edit]

Romania RomaniaSilviu Lung
Romania RomaniaIosif Rotariu
Romania RomaniaMarius Lăcătuș
Romania RomaniaGheorghe Hagi
Romania RomaniaIlie Dumitrescu
Romania RomaniaGavril Balint
Romania RomaniaZsolt Muzsnay

1994 FIFA World Cup[edit]

Romania RomaniaDaniel Prodan
Romania RomaniaIlie Dumitrescu
Romania RomaniaBasarab Panduru
Romania RomaniaConstantin Gâlcă

1996 UEFA Euro[edit]

Romania RomaniaBogdan Stelea
Romania RomaniaDaniel Prodan
Romania RomaniaMarius Lăcătuș
Romania RomaniaConstantin Gâlcă
Romania RomaniaAnton Doboș
Romania RomaniaIulian Filipescu
Romania RomaniaAdrian Ilie
Romania RomaniaIon Vlădoiu

1998 FIFA World Cup[edit]

Romania RomaniaMarius Lăcătuș

2000 UEFA Euro[edit]

Romania RomaniaLaurențiu Roșu
Romania RomaniaMiodrag Belodedici
Romania RomaniaEric Lincar

2003 FIFA Confederations Cup[edit]

Cameroon CameroonNana Falemi

2004 African Cup of Nations[edit]

Cameroon CameroonNana Falemi

2008 Africa Cup of Nations[edit]

Nigeria NigeriaIfeanyi Emeghara

2008 UEFA Euro[edit]

Poland PolandPaweł Golański
Romania RomaniaMirel Rădoi
Romania RomaniaSorin Ghionea
Romania RomaniaDorin Goian
Romania RomaniaBănel Nicoliță
Romania RomaniaNicolae Dică

2010 FIFA World Cup[edit]

Greece GreecePantelis Kapetanos

2015 Africa Cup of Nations[edit]

Cape Verde Cape VerdeFernando Varela

2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup[edit]

Haiti HaitiJean Sony Alcénat

2016 UEFA Euro[edit]

Romania RomaniaAlexandru Chipciu
Romania RomaniaMihai Pintilii
Romania RomaniaAdrian Popa
Romania RomaniaNicolae Stanciu

Club captains[edit]

Dates Name Notes
2016– Nicolae Stanciu
2015–2016 Cape Verde Fernando Varela First foreign player captain at Steaua
2014–2015 Cristian Tănase
2014 Mihai Pintilii
2011–2014 Alexandru Bourceanu
2011 Ciprian Tătărușanu During the 2010–11 season was captain from 21 rounds to 8 round of season 2011–12.
2010–2011 Cristian Tănase During the 2010–11 season was captain between 5–20 rounds.
2010 Bănel Nicoliță During the 2010–11 season was captain on first 4 rounds.
2010 Petre Marin
2009–2010 Sorin Ghionea
2002–2009 Mirel Rădoi When M. Rădoi was long-time injured, the captains where Adrian Neaga, George Ogăraru, Sorin Paraschiv, Nicolae Dică.
1999–2002 Marius Baciu
1999 Miodrag Belodedici M. Belodedici is the only Romanian player who won Champions League twice with two different teams and the first in the world to achieve this feat.
1994–1999 Marius Lăcătuș M. Lăcătuș is currently the most domestically awarded player of all time.
1991–1994 Ilie Dumitrescu
1991 Dan Petrescu
1989–1991 Ștefan Iovan
1982–1989 Tudorel Stoica T. Stoica is the player with most appearances for Steaua in Romanian Championship.
1980–1982 Anghel Iordănescu A. Iordănescu is Steaua's top scorer in Romanian Championship.
1975–1980 Liță Dumitru
1970–1975 Lajos Sătmăreanu
1969–1970 Carol Creiniceanu
Unknown–1969 Gheorghe Constantin
Unknown Ion Voinescu
1949–Unknown Alexandru Apolzan
1947–1949 Gheorghe Popescu I

Foreign Players[edit]

Notes:
^0 . Matches and goals only from Liga I.
^1 . Has triple citizenship; second is Portuguese and third is Congolese.
^2 . Has dual citizenship; second is Romanian.
^3 . Has dual citizenship; second is French.
^4 . Has dual citizenship; second is Mozambican.
^5 . Has dual citizenship; second is Australian.
^6 . Has dual citizenship; second is German.
^7 . Has dual citizenship; second is Portuguese.
^8 . Has dual citizenship; second is Surinamese.
^9 . Has dual citizenship; second is English.
^10 . Has dual citizenship; second is Spanish.
^√ . Only signed contract, never played in official matches for first team.

Footnotes[edit]

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  2. ^ a b "Doi stelisti premiati de GSP" (in Romanian). SteauaFC. 
  3. ^ a b c d "Robinson Zapata, stranierul anului 2009!" (in Romanian). SteauaFC. 
  4. ^ a b "Zapata a cîștigat pentru a treia oară titlul de cel mai bun portar în Top Gazeta" (in Romanian). GSP. 
  5. ^ a b c d "TOP GAZETA // Gazeta Sporturilor a ales STARURILE LIGII I" (in Romanian). GSP. 
  6. ^ "TOP GAZETA // Onoarea Capitalei" (in Romanian). GSP. 
  7. ^ "Janos Szekely a ieșit cel mai bun mijlocaș dreapta în Top Gazeta" (in Romanian). GSP. 
  8. ^ "TOP GAZETA Best of Liga I » Doar 5 români în cea mai bună echipă a campionatului!" (in Romanian). GSP. 
  9. ^ "Top Gazeta s-a închis cu doi atacanți de clasă: Kapetanos și Gigel Bucur" (in Romanian). GSP. 
  10. ^ "Steaua are un singur fotbalist în Top Gazeta » Sultanul Bogdan" (in Romanian). GSP. 
  11. ^ a b "PREMIILE de la "Sărbătoarea fotbalului profesionist românesc"" (in Romanian). Digi. 
  12. ^ "Superlativele anului 2009, în viziunea cititorilor ProSport" (in Romanian). ProSport. 
  13. ^ "Premiile ProSport 2010! Bogdan Stancu, cel mai bun fotbalist român din Liga 1" (in Romanian). ProSport. 
  14. ^ a b "Cistigatorii Galei Fantasticii Fanatik 2008" (in Romanian). Fanatik. 
  15. ^ a b c d e f g h i Iordănescu şi Reghecampf, eroii de la GALA FANATIK!
  16. ^ "FOTO. Vezi imagini și premiile acordate la Gala "Fantasticii Fanatik"" (in Romanian). Fanatik. 
  17. ^ a b Tănase and Martinović
  18. ^ a b c d Gala Fantasticii Fanatik 2012
  19. ^ a b "S-a terminat votarea! Vezi care sunt cei mai buni in 2009!" (in Romanian). Sport.ro. 
  20. ^ "Kapetanos a fost desemnat de fanii care au votat pe stelisti.ro cel mai bun jucător al Stelei în 2009" (in Romanian). Stelisti.ro. 
  21. ^ a b "Pantelis Kapetanos, cel mai bun stranier din Liga I" (in Romanian). SteauaFC. 
  22. ^ Stelistii premiati la galele fotbalului romanesc
  23. ^ Europa League team of the group stage
  24. ^ a b c d "Reghecampf, cel mai bun antrenor al anului! Gabi Safta a fost şi el premiat » Cîştigătorii Galei Fotbalului Românesc!" (in Romanian). Gazeta. 
  25. ^ a b AFAN 2013
  26. ^ "Prezente". steauafc.com. Archived from the original on 2007-08-06. Retrieved 2006-08-11. 
  27. ^ "Golgeteri". steauafc.com. Archived from the original on 2007-08-06. Retrieved 2006-08-11.