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This stems from the fact that after the 2000s CFR and FCSB were often some of the main contenders for the national title, and during the late 2010s the rivalry exacerbated further as Dinamo lost its power status. As of 2023, CFR and FCSB have met each other over 70 times in the first division. Ceferiștii also hold milder rivalries with Dinamo București, Rapid București, Universitatea Craiova, and Politehnica Timișoara. Popular culture[edit] CFR Cluj was the subject of a long documentary film directed by Laviniu Lazăr on their 2012–13 UEFA Champions League season and the historical victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford, titled "The Theatre of Dreams" (Romanian: Teatrul Viselor) which was presented at the Film Transilvania (TIFF) festival in 2013.

CFR began the season strongly, holding first place for a while. Then the club's main sponsor, Árpád Pászkány, became involved in a public scandal during which Pászkány accused several referees of corruption. The affair plagued the team and resulted in the dismissal of head coach GH. Cioceri. CFR lost several consecutive games before the scandal subsided. After the winter break, Cioceri was replaced by Aurel Șunda. In the spring of 2004, Sunda's team had a nearly perfect run, winning 14 out of 15 games, with only one draw. One round before the season's end, CFR was in second place, one point behind the Jiul Petroșani in first. But when Jiul was held to a draw by Gaz Metan Mediaș, and CFR won their last match 3–0, CFR advanced to the top of the league for the first time in 28 years.

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There, CFR were drawn against Lazio, Rennes and again Celtic. They finished second behind the latter and earned a total of twelve points in the group, a Romanian record in European competitions. In the round of 32, CFR was eliminated by Sevilla on the away goals rule after two draws—the Spaniards went on to win the final 3–2 against Inter Milan, on 21 August 2020. On 3 August, CFR Cluj won the third consecutive title and sixth overall, after a final fixture win over rivals Universitatea Craiova.

CFR Cluj Fotbal Club CFR 1907 Cluj, commonly known as CFR Cluj is a Romanian professional football club based in the city of Cluj-Napoca, Cluj County, which

Thus ended CFR Cluj's Intertoto journey. CFR then finished fifth at the end of the 2005–06 domestic season. During the 2006–07 season, major changes at the club started to occur. Dorinel Munteanu resigned as player-coach, and was replaced by Cristiano Bergodi. Foreign players from Western Europe and South America were transferred. A partnership with Portuguese club Benfica was signed. On 22 July 2007, CFR Cluj celebrated its centenary year by playing a friendly game against Benfica and inaugurating the new illumination system at its stadium. CFR Cluj's players lining up at Stamford Bridge before a duel with Chelsea, December 2008. The team's new coach, Romanian Ioan Andone, formerly of Omonia Nicosia and Dinamo București, started the 2007–08 season well, with CFR Cluj leading the league by eight points halfway through the season and remaining undefeated. Their form was not as good in the second half of the season, and they were overtaken by Steaua București with two games remaining.

Nonetheless, the persistence of the players from Cluj was rewarded with a late goal, tying the game at 2–2. UTA went on to play in the European Cups, but, most importantly, CFR avoided relegation. Constantin Rădulescu, the pivotal coach for the club during the 1970s. [7] The 1971–72 season started off badly for CFR. Losses to Dinamo București (1–3); Crișul Oradea (0–1, after a last-minute penalty kick), and Jiul Petroșani (1–2 after two regrettable own-goals) meant CFR's demise after the first round of the championship – the team finished at the bottom, with only seven points.

Their group is named KVSK, which is the Hungarian name of CFR. They had such major conflicts with the Romanians ultras group 'Peluza Vișinie' and decided to go to matches alone. Their support is less vocal and visible, but they are a consistent part of the active fans. Rivalries[edit] CFR fans at a home game in 2010 CFR Cluj has a fierce rivalry with their local opponents Universitatea Cluj. [28] According to journalist Răzvan Toma, the first match between the two teams was played on 13 October 1920, when CFR thrashed Universitatea 8–0 on a field based in the Central Park. [29] History and statistics website Romanian Soccer regards a 1–3 loss by CFR (which had just merged with Ferar Cluj on 7 December 1947) as the first Liga I meeting between the two teams. [30] In 2019, Liga Profesionistă de Fotbal's website referred to a match between FCSB—formerly FC Steaua București—and CFR Cluj as "the Romanian Derby", [31] a name generally used for the meetings between the former club and their cross-town rivals Dinamo București.

[39][40][41] As of 5 March 2023 All time records[edit] Other records[edit] Since the 2012–13 season, CFR Cluj holds the record for the most points obtained by any Romanian club in the UEFA Champions League group stages, with 10 points, having recorded 3 wins, 1 draw, and 2 losses. CFR Cluj also holds the record for most points scored by any Romanian club in the UEFA Europa League group stages, with 12 points, having recorded 4 wins and 2 losses in the 2019–20 season Domestic history by season[edit] Champions Runners-up Third place Promoted Relegated The players in bold were the top goalscorers in the division. Season League National Cup Continental Other Top scorer(s) Notes Name[42] Division Pos Pts Name Goals Hungarian Football Championship[43][44] Kolozsvári Vasutas SC (KVSC) / Clubul Sportiv Feroviar Cluj 1907–08 District 3rd 0 45 – 1908–09 1909–10 2nd 2[45] 1910–11 Ch.

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[32][33][34] Honours[edit] Domestic[edit] Leagues[edit] Liga I Winners (8): 2007–08, 2009–10, 2011–12, 2017–18, 2018–19, 2019–20, 2020–21, 2021–22 Liga II Winners (2): 1968–69, 2003–04 Runners-up (1): 1977–78 Liga III Winners (7): 1946–47, 1982–83, 1985–86, 1988–89, 1990–91, 1995–96, 2001–02 Runners-up (1): 1987–88 Cups[edit] Cupa României Winners (4): 2007–08, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2015–16 Runners-up (1): 2012–13 Supercupa României Winners (4): 2009, 2010, 2018, 2020 Runners-up (5): 2012, 2016, 2019, 2021, 2022 European[edit] UEFA Intertoto Cup Runners-up (1): 2005 (joint runners-up) Players[edit] First team squad[edit] As of 28 July 2023[35][36] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

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Tr. 1st[46] 6 Kolozsvári Torna Club (KTC) 1911–12 1912–13 1st[47] 23 1913–14 Championship discontinued 1914–18 Not involved in any competitions due to World War I. In 1918, Transylvania is united with Romania. 1918–19 1st 1919–20 1920–21 Romanian Football Championship[48] CFR Cluj 1921–22 1922–23 1923–24 1924–25 1925–26 18 1926–27 6th 1927–28 Not involved in any competitions 1928–29 1929–30 1930–31 Not involved in any competitions 1931–32 1932–33 Foundation of the Romanian FootballLeague system 1933–34 32 p 1934–35 Div B 5th 21 27 1935–36 8th 28 1936–37 Div C 1937–38 4th 39 25 1938–39 1939–40 1940–41 Retired due to Second Vienna Award Hungarian Football Championship[43] Kolozsvári MÁV SE 1941–42 Nem II 26 15 77 51 1942–43 1943–44 11th 49 1944–45 Retired – Vienna Award nullified 1945–46 1946–47 56 31 1947–48 15th[49] 40 Merged with Ferar Cluj during the Season Div A 30 48 52 R16 Anton Fernbach-Ferenczi 1948–49 67 R32 1950 42 Locomotiva Cluj 1951 1952 29 24 1953 35 1954 33 1955 7th 38 1956 10th 1957 1957–58 14th 71 1958–59 17 1959–60 36 Merged with Rapid Cluj 1960–61 CSM Cluj 1961–62 1962–63 1963–64 1964–65 Clujeana Cluj 1965–66 9th 43 1966–67 Discontinued 1960–67 Amateur Team in District Leagues; Substituted Clujeana Cluj (Div B) 1967–68 46 5R Romulus Petrescu 1968–69 57 Giannis Matzourakis 1969–70 Arpad Soos 1970–71 Octavian Ionescu 1971–72 13th QF 1972–73 Mihai Adam 1973–74 53 1974–75 15th 1975–76 17th 1976–77 1977–78 80 1978–79 1979–80 47 1980–81 61 1981–82 58 Merged with CS Armata Cluj 1982–83 64 Steaua CFR Cluj 1983–84 16th 1984–85 1985–86 87 1986–87 1987–88 73 1988–89 66 1989–90 18th 1990–91 Ilie Lazăr 1991–92 65 1992–93 68 1993–94 12th Cristian Coroian Dănuț Matei 1994–95 Cristian Coroian 1995–96 96 81 1996–97 Sorin Oncică 1997–98 1998–99 1999–00 2000–01 2001–02 60 2002–03 Cosmin Tilincă CFR-Ecomax Cluj 2003–04 75 69 6R Adrian Anca 2004–05 2005–06 IT F 2006–07 L1 59 CFR 1907 Cluj 2007–08 76 UEFA 2QR Eugen Trică 2008–09 UCL GS Supercup Yssouf Koné 2009–10 UEL Cristian Bud 2010–11 Lacina Traoré 2011–12 63 Pantelis Kapetanos 2012–13 Rui Pedro 2013–14 Ciprian Deac Derick Ogbu 2014–15 SF 3QR League Cup Grégory Tadé 2015–16 27[50] Cristian López 36[51] 2016–17 43[52] 33[53] 2017–18 Emmanuel Culio 50[54] 2018–19 George Țucudean 50[55] PO 2019–20 Ciprian Deac 49[56] 2020–21 54[57] 2021–22 Gabriel Debeljuh 57[58] UECL 2022–23 1QR Rangelo Janga 42[59] KPO 2023–24 Notable former players[edit] For a list of all former and current CFR Cluj players with a Wikipedia article, see Category:CFR Cluj players.

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