FC Steaua București in European football Steaua team with the European Cup in 1986.
Steaua București 2013–14 season PresidentValeriu Argăseală ManagerLaurențiu Reghecampf StadiumArena Națională Stadionul Steaua Liga IChampions Cupa RomânieiRunners-up Supercupa RomânieiWinners Champions LeagueGroup stage, 4th Top goalscorerLeague: Federico Piovaccari All: Federico Piovaccari Average home league attendance9,611 Home colours Away colours ← 2012–13 2014–15 → Nick and name Age Days Matches; Massimo Pedrazzini: 1: Lineup # Nick and name Pos Age PM SM CM AM Min YC RD G; Valentin Cojocaru. Country: England ... Steaua Bucureşti » Appearances Champions League 1989/1990. Squad / Appearances; Transfers; Manager history; Players from A-Z; Historical squads; Historical results; Steaua Bucureşti » Appearances Champions League 1989/1990 . ClubSteaua București First entry1957–58 European Cup Latest entry2019–20 UEFA Europa League Titles Champions League1 Super Cup1 Fotbal Club Steaua București is a Romanian professional football club based in Bucharest, whose team has regularly taken part in Union of European Football Associations competitions. Steaua Bucureşti » Appearances Champions League 1988/1989 . The original football section of the Steaua organisation, founded in 1947 as ASA București, spent their entire history in the Liga I up until 2003, when the legal status of the football team's governing institution was changed to a share company. Squad / Appearances; Transfers; Manager history; Players from A-Z; Historical squads; Historical results; Steaua București 2015-16 . Fotbal Club FCSB, formerly Fotbal Club Steaua București, is a Romanian professional football club based in Bucharest. Founded in 1947 as Asociația Sportivă a Armatei București, it has spent its entire history in the Liga I, the top tier of the Romanian football league system. However, in 2014 this action's procedure was found in Court to be non-statutory, and the ownership of the Steaua football team brand returned to the parent club CSA Steaua. The team was initially part of the CSA Steaua București sports club and belonged to the Romanian Army. Lineup Squad Statistics Tracing Tactic Matches. Squad Steaua București Season 1993-94 Champions League: Dumitru Stingaciu, Anton Doboş, Ionel Pirvu, Constantin Gâlcă, Ion Vlădoiu, Ilie Dumitrescu, Daniel Prodan, Ilie Stan, Adrian Ilie, Nica Panduru, Aurel Silviu Panait, Iulian Filipescu, Bogdan Bucur, Marius Lăcătuş, Sorin Tufan, Tiberiu Csik, Viorel Ion, Daniel Gherasim