NB: for the sake of consistency, all occurrences of î were replaced by â, according to current spelling. 1879 SG Arad 1904 SC Olimpia Bucureşti [founded as ASC Olympia Bucureşti; oldest club of Bucureşti; disbanded 1915, refounded 1921 as Olimpia, dissolved 1946] 1906 Româno-Americana FC Bucureşti [disbanded 1916] 1907 CFR FC Cluj [founded as Kolozsvári Vasutas SC] 1909 Clubul Atletic Colentina Bucureşti United Athletic Club Ploieşti [disbanded 1913] Astra Arad [founded as AMEFA Arad] 1910 Muncitoresc Timişoara [founded as CS Chinezul Timişoara, disbanded 1948] FC Oradea [founded as Crişul Oradea] 1911 Prahova CSU Ploieşti [founded as FC United Ploieşti] CA Oradea [disbanded] Vagonul Arad [founded as AMTE Arad] 1912 Bukarester IHC FC [founded as Bukarester FC, disbanded 1916] Crişana Oradea [disbanded 1940] 1913 Cercul Atletic Bucureşti Uniunea Sportiva Bucureşti Colţea FC Bucureşti [founded as CS Colţea Bucureşti] CS Dunarea Bucureşti Gloria FC Arad 1914 Unirea Tricolor FC Bucureşti [founded as Teiul Bucureşti, merged 1926 with Unirea Obor Bucureşti to Unirea Tricolor Bucureşti] Excelsior Craiova [merged 1915 with Oltenia to Excelsior-Oltenia Craiova] Oltenia Craiova [merged 1915 with Excelsior to Excelsior-Oltenia Craiova] CS Brasovia Braşov 1915 Uzine Communale Bucureşti [founded as Venus Athletic SC Bucureşti, disbanded 1949] FC Victoria Bucureşti Gloria Bucureşti România Bucureşti FC Generala Craiova FC Tinerimea Craiova FC Rapid Craiova FC Adler Craiova 1916 FC Sportul Studenţesc Bucureşti [founded as SC Universitar Bucureşti] Tennis Club Bucureşti 1919 May 25 Maccabi Bucureşti [disbanded May 14, 1948] Speciala Bucureşti Educaţia Fizică Bucureşti Excelsior Bucureşti FC Olimpia Bucureşti CS Jiul Petroşani Universitatea Cluj-Napoca [founded as Universitatea Cluj] Victoria Cluj-Napoca [founded as CS Victoria Cluj, disbanded 1947] FC Ceahlăul Piatra Neamţ CFR Timişoara 1920 FC Farul Constanţa [founded as SPM Constanţa] Vulturii Textila Lugoj [founded as Vulturii Lugoj] CS Minerul Lupeni FC Şoimii IPA Sibiu [founded as FC Şoimii Sibiu] 1921 CS Politehnica Timişoara CS Industria Sârmei Câmpia Turzii Corvinul FC Hunedoara CFR Mureşul Târgu Mureş [disbanded] CFR Arad 1922 CS Gloria Bistriţa [founded as Ceramica Bistriţa] CS Flacăra Moreni [founded as IMSER Moreni] CS Arieşul Turda Vagonul Ploieşti [founded as Tricolor CS Ploieşti] 1923 Jun 25 FC Rapid Bucureşti [founded as Casa Feroviarul Rapid Bucureşti] 1924 FC Apullum Unirea Alba Iulia [founded as Unirea Mihai-Viteazu Alba Iulia] FC Petrolul Ploieşti [founded as FC Juventus Bucureşti] CSM Chimia Râmnicu Vâlcea [founded as Vâlceana Râmnicu Vâlcea] Olimpia FC Satu Mare 1926 CSM Reşiţa [founded as SS UDR Reşiţa by merger of SS Reşiţa and Uzeniior Reşiţa] 1927 FC Baia Mare [founded as Tricolor Baia Mare] 1928 CF Brăila [founded as Dacia Unirea IG Brăila] FC Ripensia Timişoara [disbanded 1948] CFR Turnu Severin 1930 AS Avântul Reghin [founded as Foresta Reghin] 1932 Gloria CFR Galaţi [merger of FC Şoimii-Gloria and CFR Galaţi] RGM Chinezul Timişoara [merger of CS Chinezul and RGM Timişoara, 1933 separated in former clubs] 1933 CFR Timişoara 1934 Aurul Brad [founded as CS Mica Brad] 1935 Metalul Bucureşti [founded as Malaxa Bucureşti] 1936 CAM Timişoara [merger of RGMT and CAT 1910 Timişoara, disbanded 1949] 1937 SC Astra Ploieşti FC Braşov [founded as Uzinele Astra Braşov] Carmen Bucureşti [disbanded 1947] 1939 FC Craiova [merger of CS Craiovan Craiova and Rovine Craiova, disbanded 1949] 1944 May 10 AS FC Progresul Bucuresti [founded as Société Lafayette Bucureşti, later FC Naţional Bucureşti] 1945 Apr 18 FC Municipal UTA Arad [founded as ITA Arad] FC Politehnica Iaşi Ferar Cluj-Napoca [founded as Ferar KSME Cluj] Gaz Metan Mediaş [founded as Karres Mediaş] 1946 ASA Câmpulung Moldovenesc [founded as CS Casa Armata Câmpulung Moldovenesc] CS Faur Bucureşti [disbanded 2005] 1947 Jun 7 Steaua FC Bucureşti [founded as ASA Bucureşti] 1948 May 14 FC Dinamo Bucureşti [merger of Unirea-Tricolor and CS Ciocanul Bucureşti] FC Universitatea Craiova [founded as CSU Craiova] 1949 FC Caracal Craiova [founded as FC Electroputere Craiova] Dinamo Obor Bucureşti [disbanded 1963] 1950 FCM Bacău [founded as Dinamo Bacău] Dinamo Braşov CSU Galaţi [founded as Dinamo Galaţi, merged 1982 with FCM to FCM Dunărea CSU Galaţi ] FCM Târgovişte [founded as Metalul Târgovişte] 1953 FC Argeş Piteşti [founded as Dinamo Piteşti] Rocar Bucureşti [founded as Autobuzul Bucureşti] 1954 FC Foresta Fălticeni 1954 Progresul CSCS Bucureşti [founded as Vointa Bucureşti; disbanded 1969] 1957 Dinamo Cluj-Napoca [founded as Dinamo Cluj] 1958 FC Oradea [founded as CS Crişul Oradea] 1960 SC Uzinele Mecanice Timişoara [founded as Vulturii UMT] 1962 ASA Electromureş Târgu Mureş [founded as ASA Târgu Mureş] Viitorul Bucureşti [disbanded 1963] 1963 AS Rocar Bucureşti [disbanded 2009] 1964 FC Oţelul Galaţi 1970 FCM Galaţi [founded as FC Galaţi, merged 1982 with CSU to FCM Dunărea CSU Galaţi] FC Onesti [founded as Constructorul Onesti] 1971 Gloria Buzău FC [merger of Metalul Buzău and Şoimii Buzău] AS Victoria Bucureşti [disbanded 1989] 1972 FC Cetatea Suceava [founded as CSM Suceava] 1973 CS Pandurii Lignitul Târgu Jiu [founded as Cimentul Târgu Jiu] FC Olt Scorniceşti [founded as Viitorul Scorniceşti] 1982 FCM Dunărea CSU Galaţi [merger of FCM Galaţi and CSU Galaţi] 1986 FC Inter Sibiu 2000 Rocar Fulgerul Bragadiru [merger of Rocar Bucureşti and Fulgerul Bragadiru; 2001 separated in former clubs] 2002 FC Vaslui 2009 FC Viitorul Constanţa Common abbreviations: ASA = Asociaţia Sportivă Armata CFR = Căile Ferata Române (= Romanian Railways) CS = Clubul Sportiv CSM = Clubul Sportiv Muncitoresc FC = Fotbal Club FCM = Fotbal Club Muncitoresc
Sources: [iff], [Grü 95], http://www.weltfussballarchiv.de
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