Steaua Bukarest ist einer der erfolgreichsten osteuropäischen Sportvereine und war der erste osteuropäische Fußballclub, der den Europapokal der. Steaua Bucharest | Follower auf LinkedIn | Clubul de lângă inimă | One of the most important clubs in Romania, providing many world and Olympic. Der SC Fotbal Club FCSB SA (bis Ende März Fotbal Club Steaua București, deutsch Steaua Bukarest), kurz FCSB, im deutschen Sprachraum FCSB.
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Social Facebook Twitter Instagram. Following the Romanian Revolution , the Army decided to break all links to the defunct communist regime, so, in , CSA Steaua had a last change of crest with an eagle also present on the Ministry of Defence coat of arms and also on Romania's.
As FC Steaua appeared in , the club added two yellow stars on top of the CSA Steaua badge signifying its 20 titles of champions won, along with the Fotbal Club specification.
In , the new Board of Administration run by George Becali decided to change the crest, which was a return to the old emblem of —, redesigned with the two yellow stars on top.
Steaua has never had a standard playing kit. However, the most widely used throughout time was the combination of red shirts, blue shorts and red socks.
Other variants have been all-red, all-blue and also shirts in vertical red and blue stripes during the s and s. Other kit colours have very rarely been used.
Exceptions were the European Cup Final in which Steaua wore, for the only time in their history, an all-white kit, the —00 away kit yellow and red , the —06 third kit yellow and black , the away kit a shade of neon yellow-green , the —12 and —16 away kit all-yellow , the —14 away kit all-sky blue or sky blue shirts with dark navy blue shorts and socks.
For the —17 and seasons, the away kit was all-white. For the and seasons the away kit was ice blue with a darker shade on sleeves.
For the and seasons, the kit is all-white again. The Ministry of National Defense sued Steaua in , claiming that the Romanian Army were the rightful owners of the Steaua logo, among others.
Its kit is manufactured by Nike , who have held the contract since , after a long partnership with Adidas. Steaua played the first three matches in its history at the defunct Venus stadium.
From to , Steaua played its home matches at the Stadionul Ghencea , a football stadium situated in South-Western Bucharest.
The original capacity was 30, on benches. A general renovation occurred in ; this included installing seats, which dropped the capacity to 28, The Romania national team was also a tenant for numerous fixtures.
Steaua has the largest number of supporters of any team in Romania. The group quickly reached an impressive number of members, but, in , they dissolved due to internal problems.
Several important groups such as Stil Ostil , Ultras , Banda Ultra' and South Boys retired from attending Steaua's matches due to the club's constant abuses towards them and, mainly, to the current ownership of Steaua.
AISS was formed as a legal entity with its stated goals of "protecting the interests and image of Steaua supporters", as well as "identifying and promoting the club's perennial values".
Steaua's Peluza Nord and Peluza Sud fan groups no longer support the current team, as a sign of protest.
However, an online poll conducted by Sport. Eternul derby "The Eternal Derby" has been the leading Romanian football encounter since , as Steaua and Dinamo are the two most successful football teams in the country.
Several clashes between different factions of supporters have often occurred and still occur inside and outside the stadium.
The heyday was reached before a match kick-off in , when Dinamo's fans set a sector of Stadionul Ghencea 's Peluza Sud , where they were assigned, on fire.
Just as well, a period of 17 years and 7 months has been recorded in which Dinamo did not manage to win away against Steaua in the domestic league.
Several matches throughout the years between Steaua and Rapid have also ended in serious clashes between fans. Steaua has previously been known as the club of the Romanian Army , which founded it in as a sports society.
However, the facts that the current shareholders, that include several nephews of his,  are people loyal to him and that he is still in charge of FCSB are obvious.
George "Gigi" Becali is a highly controversial figure at FCSB, whose involvement in the life of the club and the team has often been described as authoritarian and dictatorial by both the media and the fans.
As Steaua is currently the most popular football team in Romania,  a good number of musicians or TV and film directors have inspired themselves from ideas linked to the Ghencea-based club.
Popular reference, however, appeared only after the Romanian Revolution, as before, mass-media programmes were mostly being controlled by the former communist regime.
The Romanian film Furia depicts scenes in which Steaua and Dinamo gangs of supporters are fighting on the streets after a direct match between the two sides.
Several other examples from music can be attributed as Steaua-related. One of the most famous pop-culture references about the club is the association with Scooter 's song Maria , first sung spontaneously in by the fans in Peluza Nord after the team would score.
Ever since, it has been adopted as an unofficial club anthem and is being played at the stadium at every match, sung together by the supporters.
Nonetheless, the song is beginning to lose popularity, mainly because it has become too commercial and many fans do not feel bonded with it any more.
However, the ruling is not definitive. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Steaua currently boasts itself with the most impressive pedigree in Romania.
At the same time, the club is the current record holder for the number of national championships 26 , national cups 24 , national super cups 6 and the national league cup 2.
Internationally, it is the only Romanian club to have won continental trophies the European Champions Cup in and the European Super Cup in and to have played in the final of the European Cup in and Its run of straight wins in is another record, equal to the one held by Dinamo as of one year later.
Tudorel Stoica is the player with the most appearances for Steaua in Liga I, a record unlikely to be broken in the nearby future, as none of the current players have entered the top-ten so far.
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