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Zimbru Chisinau

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Established
1947 (73 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Zimbru Stadium
(10,400 Capacity)

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Location
Chișinău, Moldova

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League
Moldovan National Division

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Upcoming Events
06 Aug 20 Zimbru Chisinau   -  Florești
15 Aug 20 Petrocub Hîncești   -  Zimbru Chisinau

Latest Results
02 Aug 20 Dinamo-Auto Tiraspol  1 - 1  Zimbru Chisinau
27 Jul 20 Zimbru Chisinau  0 - 1  FC Milsami
21 Jul 20 Zimbru Chisinau  3 - 1  Codru Lozova
17 Jul 20 Sheriff Tiraspol  2 - 0  Zimbru Chisinau
12 Jul 20 Zimbru Chisinau  1 - 2  Sfântul Gheorghe

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Fotbal Club Zimbru is a professional football club based in Chișinău, Moldova, that competes in the Divizia Națională, the highest tier of Moldovan football.

Founded in the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1947, Zimbru entered the Soviet Top League in 1956 and participated in 11 seasons before their last relegation in 1983. After the independence of Moldova in 1991, the team established itself as an early force in the country, winning all of the first five national championships and eight of the first nine, but have not won since. Zimbru have also won six Moldovan Cups and one Moldovan Super Cup.

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The Zimbru Stadium is a football-specific stadium in Chișinău, Moldova completed in May, 2006 with a capacity of 10,400 people, corresponds to all norms required by UEFA and FIFA for national and international matches. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Zimbru Chișinău and the Moldova national football team.

The Moldovan football team's second biggest defeat took place in this stadium, a 5-0 defeat to England in September 2012, during FIFA World Cup 2014 Qualification.

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