Name
Romanian Liga I

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Established
1909 (112 years old)

First Recorded Event
2020-02-22

Current Season
2021-2022

API Football ID
3529

Sport
Soccer

Location
Romania

Gender
Male

Alternate Names
Casa Liga 1

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Upcoming Events
03 Dec 21 Academica Clinc  - Dinamo Bucurest
04 Dec 21 Chindia Târgov  - CFR Cluj-Napoca
04 Dec 21 Farul Constanta  - Rapid Bucuresti
05 Dec 21 CS Mioveni  - Sepsi OSK Sfân
05 Dec 21 Steaua Bucurest  - Uta Arad
05 Dec 21 FC U Craiova 19  - FC Voluntari
06 Dec 21 Arges Pitesti  - Gaz Metan Media
06 Dec 21 FC Botoșani  - Universitatea C
11 Dec 21 Dinamo Bucurest  - Chindia Târgov
11 Dec 21 CFR Cluj-Napoca  - CS Mioveni

Latest Results
29 Nov 21 CFR Cluj-Napoca 2 - 0  Academica Clinc
29 Nov 21 Gaz Metan Media 1 - 1  Farul Constanta
28 Nov 21 Universitatea C 2 - 3  Steaua Bucurest
28 Nov 21 FC Botoșani 1 - 1  FC Voluntari
27 Nov 21 Sepsi OSK Sfân 0 - 0  Chindia Târgov
27 Nov 21 Rapid Bucuresti 1 - 1  CS Mioveni
27 Nov 21 Uta Arad 0 - 1  Arges Pitesti
26 Nov 21 Dinamo Bucurest 0 - 0  FC U Craiova 19
22 Nov 21 FC Voluntari 2 - 1  Dinamo Bucurest
22 Nov 21 CS Mioveni 1 - 0  Gaz Metan Media

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The Liga I, also spelled Liga 1, is a Romanian professional league for men's association football clubs. It is currently sponsored by betting company Casa Pariurilor, and thus officially known as the Casa Liga 1. At the top of the Romanian football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. Contested by 14 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with Liga II. The teams play 26 matches each in the regular season, and then enter the championship play-off or the relegation play-out according to their position in the regular season.

Liga I was established in 1909 and commenced play for the 1909–10 campaign, being currently on the 29th place in UEFA's league coefficient ranking list. It is administered by the Liga Profesionistă de Fotbal (LPF). Before the 2006–07 season, the competition was known as Divizia A, but the name had to be changed following the finding that someone else had registered that trademark.

The best performer is FCSB with 26 titles, followed by cross-town rival Dinamo București with 18 trophies. Of the remaining 21 clubs which came victorious in the competition, eight have won it on at least three occasions—Venus București, UTA Arad, Chinezul Timișoara, Universitatea Craiova, Petrolul Ploiești, Ripensia Timișoara, Rapid București and CFR Cluj. The latter has only been remarkably successful in the 21st century.

Seasons

2019-2020

2020-2021

2021-2022

Teams

Academica Clinc
-11

Arges Pitesti
-11

CFR Cluj-Napoca
-5

Chindia Târgov
-10

CS Mioveni
-11

Dinamo Bucurest
-8

Farul Constanta
-11

FC Botoșani
-11

FC U Craiova 19
-11

FC Voluntari
-11

Gaz Metan Media
-11

Rapid Bucuresti
-10

Sepsi OSK Sfân
-11

Steaua Bucurest
-7

Universitatea C
-9

Uta Arad
-11

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