Fixtures

Rumeenia Liga II 09/25 08:00 8 Dacia Unirea Braila v Universitatea Cluj - View
Rumeenia Liga II 10/02 08:00 9 Universitatea Cluj v FC Unirea 2004 Slobozia - View
Rumeenia Liga II 10/16 08:00 10 FC Ripensia Timișoara v Universitatea Cluj - View
Rumeenia Liga II 10/23 08:00 11 Universitatea Cluj v Unirea Dej - View
Rumeenia Liga II 10/30 08:00 12 CSC 1599 Șelimbăr v Universitatea Cluj - View
Rumeenia Liga II 11/06 09:00 13 Universitatea Cluj v FC Brașov - View

Results

Rumeenia Liga II 09/20 13:00 7 [7] Universitatea Cluj v ACS Viitorul Pandurii Târgu Jiu [16] W 1-0
Rumeenia Liga II 09/13 13:00 6 [19] FK Csikszereda Miercurea Ciuc v Universitatea Cluj [5] L 3-1
Rumeenia karikas 09/08 13:30 10 CA Oradea v Universitatea Cluj L 2-1
Rumeenia Liga II 08/28 09:30 5 [6] Universitatea Cluj v Bukaresti Metaloglobus [7] W 2-1
Rumeenia karikas 08/25 14:30 9 CS Sanatatea Cluj v Universitatea Cluj W 0-4
Rumeenia Liga II 08/21 13:00 4 [17] CSM Politehnica Iasi v Universitatea Cluj [4] L 2-0
Euroopa sõpruskohtumised 08/17 08:00 - Universitatea Cluj v CS Unirea Ungheni 2018 W 3-2
Rumeenia Liga II 08/12 18:30 3 [3] Universitatea Cluj v FC Unirea Constanta [20] W 1-0
Rumeenia Liga II 08/08 09:00 2 [16] FC Buzău v Universitatea Cluj [5] W 0-1
Rumeenia Liga II 08/03 15:00 1 [13] Universitatea Cluj v SS Politehnica Timișoara [11] W 3-0
Euroopa sõpruskohtumised 07/16 08:00 - Universitatea Cluj v SCM Zalău W 3-0
Euroopa sõpruskohtumised 07/10 08:00 - Universitatea Cluj v Unirea Dej L 0-2

Statistika

 TotalKodusVõõrsil
Matches played 42 23 19
Wins 22 15 7
Draws 3 2 1
Losses 17 6 11
Goals for 67 37 30
Goals against 54 24 30
Clean sheets 13 9 4
Failed to score 7 2 5

Wikipedia - FC Universitatea Cluj

Fotbal Club Universitatea Cluj (Romanian pronunciation: [universiˈtate̯a kluʒ]), commonly known as Universitatea Cluj or simply as U Cluj, is a Romanian professional football club based in the city of Cluj-Napoca, Cluj County. Founded in 1919 by doctor Iuliu Hațieganu, they currently play in the Liga II, the second tier of the Romanian football league system.

Universitatea Cluj have spent most of their history in the top division, but never became national champions. They played five Cupa României finals under four different names, and won the trophy in the 1964–65 season. Once considered the most important side in the region of Transylvania, their status has been threatened in the 21st century by the success of CFR Cluj, with whom they contest the Cluj derby.

Universitatea players and fans are nicknamed Șepcile roșii ("The Red Caps") after the red berets worn by students of the Cluj University of Medicine. The team traditionally plays in white and black kits, although variations of red, maroon and gold have been used in the past. Their home ground is Cluj Arena, which was opened in 2011 and can host roughly 30,000 spectators.