CSM Flacăra Moreni

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Flacăra Moreni
CSM Flacăra Moreni logo.jpg
Full name Clubul Sportiv Municipal Flacăra Moreni
Nickname(s) Lupii de pe Cricov
(The Wolves from the
Cricov River)
(The Yellow and Blues)
(The Moreni People)
Short name Flacăra
Founded 1922; 96 years ago (1922)
as Astra Română Moreni
Ground Flacăra
Ground Capacity 10,000
Owner Moreni Municipality
Manager Gabriel Paraschiv
League Liga III
2017–18 Liga III, Seria III, 6th

CSM Flacăra Moreni is a Romanian football club from Moreni. It currently plays in the Liga III.


Flacăra Moreni was created in 1922 under the name Astra Moreni. In 1951 its name changed to Flacăra Moreni. After a merger with the local rival Automecanica Moreni in the year 1977 it was called Flacăra Automecanica Moreni but in 1985 changed again to Flacăra Moreni. Flacăra Moreni mostly played in the Divizia B and the Divizia C, but in the year 1986 they were promoted to Divizia A. In the season 1988/89 they finished in fourth place. This meant qualification in the following season for the UEFA Cup, in which Flacăra Moreni in the first round was eliminated against FC Porto 4-1 on aggregate. In the 1990/91 Flacăra were relegated from Divizia A. After the relegation from the Divizia B in 1995 and from Divizia C in 2007 Flacăra played in the Liga IV. Flacăra were promoted to the Liga III for the 2016-17 season.

Flacăra Moreni in 2017
Flacăra Moreni supporters during the 2016 promotion match against Voința Crevedia.

Chronology of names[edit]

Name Period
Astra Română Moreni 1922–1950
Flacăra Moreni 1950–1977
Flacăra Automecanica Moreni 1977–1985
Flacăra Moreni 1985–present






CSM Flacăra Moreni in Europe[edit]

Season Round Club Home Away Aggregate
1989–90 UEFA Cup First Round Portugal FC Porto 1–2 0–2 1–4

Current squad[edit]

As of 9 March 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 Robert Chiran
2 Romania MF Vlad Parghel (on loan from Chindia)
3 Romania MF Andrei Costache
4 Romania DF Eugen Matei
5 Romania DF Ionuț Mocanu
6 Romania MF Mihai Plăcintă (Captain)
7 Romania DF Dragoș Cernea
8 Romania DF Alberto Tocan
9 Romania FW Marius Ene
10 Romania MF Gabriel Paraschiv
11 Romania MF Alberto Roșciugă
12 Romania GK Sever Curchi
13 Romania DF Alexandru Oprea
No. Position Player
14 Romania MF Iulian Drăgan
15 Romania MF Narcis Țânțaru
16 Romania DF Liviu Grigore
17 Romania DF Alexandru Oae
18 Romania MF Alexandru Neacșu
19 Romania FW Alexandru Roman
20 Romania FW George Preda
21 Romania DF Andrei Trifescu
22 Romania GK Mădălin Sîrbu
23 Romania MF Bogdan Negrea
24 Romania FW Alin Neguț (on loan from Chindia)
25 Romania MF Mihai Costea

Notable players[edit]


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