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Banatul Timişoara

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Full name  Banatul Timişoara
Dissolved  1950
Founded  1923
Nickname(s)  bănățenii
Ground Capacity  7,000
Ground  Stadionul CFR

Banatul Timişoara was a former football club in Timisoara, Romania. The team is named after the region Banat. The team was founded in 1923 and played in the County Championship in Timis County. The best season for them is 1928–1929. In 1927, former players at Sparta-Unirea CFR joined the team and created a stronger team winning the regional championship to qualify in 1928–29 Divizia A, the Romanian first division. The best performance of Banatul is to reach the semi-final in this season and be eliminated by Victoria Cluj. After World War II, they played in the Third League of Romania without notable performances. Banatul Timişoara disbanded in 1950.

Contents

They never played in Divizia A, the first league of Romania, since the foundation of the league format in 1932–33.

Performances

  • Third Place : 1928–29
  • Literature

  • Hardy Grüne (2000) (in German), Enzyklopädie der europäischen Fußballvereine (1. ed.), Kassel: AGON Sportverlag, pp. 339, ISBN 3-89784-163-0 
  • References

    Banatul Timişoara Wikipedia


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