Name
Romanian SuperLiga

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Established
1914 (110 years old)

First Recorded Event
2021-04-24

Current Season
2024

API Football ID
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Romania

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Male

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17/08 Timișoara R home team badge - Away Team Badge Știința Ba
17/08 Steaua Bucur home team badge - Away Team Badge Dinamo Bucur
24/08 Știința Ba home team badge - Away Team Badge Steaua Bucur
24/08 Dinamo Bucur home team badge - Away Team Badge Universitate

Results
14/06 Universitate home team badge 19 - 49home team badge Steaua Bucur
14/06 Dinamo Bucur home team badge 28 - 22home team badge Timișoara R
08/06 Timișoara R home team badge 71 - 12home team badge Universitate
08/06 Știința Ba home team badge 19 - 12home team badge Dinamo Bucur
01/06 Steaua Bucur home team badge 20 - 24home team badge Timișoara R
01/06 Universitate home team badge 14 - 38home team badge Știința Ba
18/05 Steaua Bucur home team badge 9 - 25home team badge Știința Ba
18/05 Universitate home team badge 17 - 63home team badge Dinamo Bucur
11/05 Știința Ba home team badge 21 - 38home team badge Timișoara R
11/05 Dinamo Bucur home team badge 32 - 17home team badge Steaua Bucur

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The SuperLiga, officially known as the CEC Bank SuperLiga (for sponsorship reasons), is Romania's top level professional men's rugby union competition. The SuperLiga is run by the Romanian Rugby Federation (FRR) and is currently contested by 6 teams as of the 2021 season.

History
The first Romanian competition took place in 1914 between two Bucharest team's in Tennis Club Român and Sporting Club with Tennis Club Român taking out the first title winning both of the matches by eight and three points respectively. The competition expanded and grew in the 1920s and 1930s (with a peak in the 1970s and 1980s), after Stadiul Român and seventeen more (other) teams were founded in Bucharest-only ever since. The championship took place on an annual basis, with some gap years caused by the two World Wars mostly.

The first team set up outside Bucharest (to play the top tier competition) was IAR Brașov in 1939, a team owned and run by the famous Braşov aircraft factory I.A.R. (Industria Aeronautică Română), but the first one to become champion of Romania was Universitatea Timișoara, only in 1972.

The European Champions Cup in its early years (1960s) used to be a Franco-Romanian affair, with Grivița Roșie (1964) and Dinamo (1967) grabbing their fair share of glory. In 1995 it was Farul Constanţa the team to represent Romania in the newly born Heineken Cup (splitting with Stade Toulousain the honour of playing on home ground the first ever match of the competition), but that was to be followed by no other participation of a Romanian side ever since (as of 2020). Nonetheless the Romanian teams turned to the European Challenge Cup although never actually advanced to the quarterfinals. To better cope with the strong clubs of the 6 Nations countries the Romanian Rugby Union pulled together an all-domestic franchise - Stejarii (The Oaks), to be later renamed Lupii București (Bucharest Wolves) - but despite the healthy idea and some gleams of success, the mighty SuperLiga clubs forced the Romanian Rugby Establishment to back off and allow again the champions of the SuperLiga to take part in the European Challenge Cup.
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Seasons

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2024
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2023
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2022
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2021
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Teams
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Alba Iulia
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Barlad
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Bucovina Suceav
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Dinamo Bucureș
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Grivita
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Gura Humorului
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Municipal Galat
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Navodari
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Politehnica Ias
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Steaua Bucureș
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Știința Baia
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Stiinta Petrosa
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Timișoara Rugb
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Universitatea C

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