FC Cetatea Suceava

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Cetatea Suceava
Sigla cetatea suceava.jpeg
Full nameFotbal Club Cetatea Suceava
Nickname(s)Cavalerii Nordului
Founded2004
Dissolved2010
Ground Stadionul Areni
Capacity12,500
Website Club website

Cetatea Suceava was a professional football club from Romania, based in Suceava and founded in 2004 and dissolved in 2010.

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History

The club was founded in the summer of 2004, to continue the city's football tradition after Foresta was moved back to Fălticeni and after CSM Suceava (Bucovina Suceava) was dissolved a few years back.

Foresta Fălticeni association football club

Foresta Fălticeni was a Romanian professional football club from Fălticeni, Suceava County, Romania, founded in 1954 as Avântul Fălticeni and subsequently dissolved in 2003.

CSM Suceava, full name Clubul Sportiv Municipal Suceava, was a sports club from Suceava, Romania. It is notable for its football team which played one season in the Divizia A, the highest Romanian league at that time.

The club's first season in history was synonymous to its first great performance, when it finished first in Divizia C, and was promoted to Divizia B. At the end of the 2005–06 season of Divizia B, Cetatea finished fifth, only to relegate the next season, when it finished 15th, just two points behind FCM Câmpina, the last team to save itself. The following season, 2007–08 of the Liga III, Cetatea finished first with 76 points out of 34 games and was promoted back. The next season of the Liga II, 2008–09, was one of big struggle, Cetatea avoiding relegation only because the last four teams that were relegated withdrew from the championship.

The 2005–06 Divizia B was the 66th season of Divizia B, the second tier of the Romanian football league system. It was the last in this format.

The 2007–08 Liga III season was the 52nd season of Liga III, the third tier of the Romanian football league system. It was the second in this format.

Liga II association football league in Romania

Liga II is the second level of the Romanian football league system. The league changed its name just before the start of the 2006–07 season, previously being called Divizia B. It is currently sponsored by betting company Casa Pariurilor, and thus officially known as the Liga 2 Casa Pariurilor.

Cetatea Suceava was excluded from the championship during the winter break of the 2009–10 season, because of approximately 1 million debt (unpaid wages to the players and coaches and unpaid taxes to the state and other private partners). The club lost all its remaining matches, 3–0. [1] [2]

The 2009–10 Liga II is the 70th season of Liga II, the second tier of the Romanian football league system. The season started on August 15, 2009 and ended on June 5, 2010.

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In July 2010, the club re-entered in the competitions organised by the FRF, and competed in the 2010/2011 season of the Romanian Cup. [3] The club also wanted to enter in the 2010/2011 season of the Liga III and to be able to be promoted to Liga II. [4]

Romanian Football Federation association football governing body in Romania

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The 2010–11 Cupa României was the seventy-third season of the annual Romanian football knockout tournament. It began on 17 July 2010 with the matches of the first round. For the third consecutive season, CFR Cluj were the defending champions. However, CFR were eliminated in the quarter-finals by Gloria Bistriţa, and the cup was won by Steaua Bucureşti for the first time after 12 years.

Cupa României Romanian annual association football competition

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On 2 August 2010, the club was registered at the FRF and competed in the 2010/2011 season of the Liga III. [5] It withdrew from the championship just a few days before it started.

The 2010–11 Liga III season was the 55th season of the Liga III, the third tier of the Romanian football league system. The season started on August 27, 2010 and ended on June 3, 2011.

Liga III Romania, masculine

Liga III is the third level of the Romanian football league system. Its name was changed from Divizia C to Liga III before the start of the 2006-07 season. It was the first in this format.

It didn't register at any competition level in the 2011–12 season, thus being dissolved.

Honours

Liga III:

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References

  1. Cetatea se desfiinţează!?
  2. Înglodaţi în datorii
  3. "Cetatea will be playing again!". Liga2.ro. Retrieved 2010-07-30.
  4. "New ownership for Cetatea Suceava". Liga2.ro. Retrieved 2010-07-31.
  5. "The full schedule of the 1st group of Liga III". Liga2.ro. Retrieved 2010-08-02.