CS Nuova Mama Mia Becicherecu Mic

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Nuova Mama Mia Becicherecu Mic
Full nameClubul Sportiv Nuova Mama Mia Becicherecu Mic
Nickname(s)Pizzerii (The Pizzerias)
Short nameMama Mia
GroundÁrpád Thierjung

Nuova Mama Mia Becicherecu Mic was a Romanian professional football club from Jimbolia, Timiș County, Romania, originally from Becicherecu Mic.


The club was founded in 2002 in the Liga VTimiș and managed to promote to the Liga III for the first time in their history in 2007, after they won Liga IV-Timiș. They are well known for being the club with the longest name from the national football leagues of Romania. In 2012 they relegated to Liga IV, but managed to return in the Liga III after only one year.[1]

The team moved from Becicherecu Mic to Timișoara in the summer of 2015, but after a few time the club return to its home location until the end of the 2015–16 Liga III season. In the spring of 2016 the club was bought by a Romanian businessman from the United States, George Sîngeorzan, who moved, in the summer of 2016, the club again to Timișoara and played for four months on the same CFR Stadium like in 2015. In January 2017, the new owner moved again the club, now, from Timișoara to Jimbolia where they started a collaboration with Marcel Băban Football Academy, a well known youth academy in Romania.[2]



  1. ^ "Cine e Mama Mia Becicherecu Mic, adversara Astrei de azi? 4 informații haioase despre echipa cu cel mai lung nume din România! "Patronul a venit din State pentru meci!"" [Who is Mama Mia Becicherecu Mic, Astra's opponent today? 4 funny information about the team with the longest name in Romania! "The boss came from the States for the match!"]. gsp.ro. Retrieved 15 May 2021.(in Romanian)
  2. ^ "Mama Mia Becicherecu Mic vrea să joace din retur la Jimbolia, cu staff și echipă nouă" [Mama Mia Becicherecu Mic wants to play back at Jimbolia, with a new staff and team]. timisplus.ro. 31 January 2017. Retrieved 15 May 2021.(in Romanian)