Supercupa României

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Supercupa României
This is a logo for Supercupa României.
Founded 1994
Region Romania
Number of teams 2
Current champions CFR Cluj (3rd title)
Most successful club(s) FCSB (6 titles)
Television broadcasters Pro TV, Digi Sport
2018 Supercupa României

The Supercupa României (English: Romanian Supercup) is a Romanian football championship contested by the winners of the Liga I and the Cupa României. It is usually played at the Arena Națională in Bucharest.

The competition started off in 1994, with the first edition being won by Steaua București. In 2010, for the first time in its history, the Supercup was held even though CFR Cluj had been victorious in both the league and the cup in the previous season. They faced Unirea Urziceni, the Liga I runners-up.[1]

The most successful performers so far have been Steaua București and Rapid București, with 6 and 4 wins respectively.

Sponsorship[edit]

On July 22, 2005, FRF and Samsung Electronics signed a one-year sponsorship deal. The name of the competition was changed to Supercupa României Samsung for the 2005 and 2006 editions.[2]

On October 9, 2006, FRF and Ursus Breweries (part of the SABMiller group) signed a sponsorship agreement for the next three seasons. Ursus Breweries changed the name of the competition to Supercupa României Timișoreana, after the Timișoreana beer brand.[3][4]

Results of the finals[edit]

Key
* Match went to extra time
dagger Match decided by a penalty shootout after extra time
double-dagger Team won the Double
1 / 2 Liga I Runners-up
Italics Event not held
Year Liga I Champions Result Cupa României Winners Venue
1994 Steaua București 1 – 0 AET * Gloria Bistriţa Național, Bucharest
1995 Steaua București 2 – 0 Petrolul Ploiești Regie, Bucharest
1996 Steaua București won the Double.
1997 Steaua București won the Double.
1998 Steaua București 4–0 Rapid București Național, Bucharest
1999 Rapid București 5–0 Steaua București Național, Bucharest
2000 Dinamo București won the Double.
2001 Steaua București 2–1 Dinamo București Național, Bucharest
2002 Dinamo București 1–2 Rapid București Național, Bucharest
2003 Rapid București 1–0 AET * Dinamo București Național, Bucharest
2004 Dinamo București won the Double.
2005 Steaua București 2–3 Dinamo București Cotroceni, Bucharest
2006 Steaua București 1–0 Rapid București Național, Bucharest
2007 Dinamo București 1–1 (6–7 PS) dagger Rapid București Național, Bucharest
2008 CFR Cluj won the Double.
2009 Unirea Urziceni 1–1 (3–4 PS) dagger CFR Cluj Giulești, Bucharest
2010 CFR Cluj double-dagger 2–2 (2–0 PS) dagger Unirea Urziceni1 Dr. Constantin Rădulescu, Cluj-Napoca
2011 Oţelul Galați 1–0 Steaua București Ceahlăul, Piatra Neamţ
2012 CFR Cluj 2–2 (2–4 PS) dagger Dinamo București Arena Națională, Bucharest
2013 Steaua București 3–0 Petrolul Ploiești Arena Națională, Bucharest
2014 Steaua București 1–1 (3–5 PS) dagger Astra Giurgiu Arena Națională, Bucharest
2015 Steaua București double-dagger 0–1 ASA Târgu Mureș2 Farul, Constanța
2016 Astra Giurgiu 1–0 CFR Cluj Cluj Arena, Cluj-Napoca
2017 Viitorul Constanța 0–1 FC Voluntari Municipal, Botoșani
2018 CFR Cluj 1–0 Universitatea Craiova Ion Oblemenco, Craiova

1 Because CFR Cluj won the double, Unirea Urziceni, the team that was the runner-up of the previous Liga I season, was chosen to play in the Romanian Supercup as their opponent. This rule was adopted in 2009.

2 Because Steaua București teaua won the double, ASA Târgu Mureș, the team that was the runner-up of the previous Liga I season, was chosen to play in the Romanian Supercup as their opponent. This rule was adopted in 2009.

Performances[edit]

Performance by club[edit]

Team Champion Runner-up Winning Years Runner-up Years
Steaua București
6
5
1994, 1995, 1998, 2001, 2006, 2013 1999, 2005, 2011, 2014, 2015
Rapid București
4
2
1999, 2002, 2003, 2007 1998, 2006
CFR Cluj
3
2
2009, 2010, 2018 2012, 2016
Dinamo București
2
4
2005, 2012 2001, 2002, 2003, 2007
Astra Giurgiu
2
2014, 2016
ASA Târgu Mureș
1
2015
Oţelul Galați
1
2011
Voluntari
1
2017
Petrolul Ploiești
2
1995, 2013
Unirea Urziceni
2
2009, 2010
Gloria Bistrița
1
1994
Viitorul Constanța
1
2017
Universitatea Craiova
1
2018

Performance by city[edit]

City Cups Winning Clubs
ROU Bucharest CoA1.png Bucharest
12
Steaua București (6), Rapid București (4), Dinamo București (2)
Coa Romania Town Cluj History.svg Cluj-Napoca
3
CFR Cluj (3)
ROU GR Giurgiu CoA1.png Giurgiu
2
Astra Giurgiu (2)
Coa Romania Town Marosvásárhely.svg Târgu Mureș
1
ASA Târgu Mureș (1)
ROU GL Galati CoA.png Galați
1
Oțelul Galați (1)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2010 rules change for Supercupa României". Sport.ro (in Romanian). 2010-06-21. Retrieved 2010-06-24. 
  2. ^ "Cupa şi Supercupa României – Samsung". Gazeta de Nord-Vest (in Romanian). 2005-07-23. Archived from the original on May 14, 2008. Retrieved 2008-04-04. 
  3. ^ "Cum au ajuns Bergenbier, Timisoreana si Burger titulari pe terenul de fotbal". Ziarul Financiar (in Romanian). 2007-07-04. Archived from the original on 2008-05-11. Retrieved 2008-03-10. 
  4. ^ "Parteneriat FRF-Timişoreana". FRF (in Romanian). 2006-10-06. Archived from the original on 2008-05-16. Retrieved 2008-04-04. 

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