CSM Digi Oradea

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CSM Digi Oradea
CSM Digi Oradea logo.png
League Romanian Superliga
Based in Oradea
Arena Ioan Alexandrescu
ColorsRed, Blue, White
OwnerOradea Municipality
PresidentȘerban Sere
ManagerDorin Costrăș
Championships9 Romanian Leagues
Website http://www.csmoradea.ro/

CSM Digi Oradea (Official name: Clubul Sportiv Municipal Digi Oradea) is a Romanian water polo club from Oradea in Bihor County. Currently it plays in Romanian Superliga,LEN Champions League and LEN Euro Cup



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