Romanian Liga I Betting Tips & Predictions

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The Romanian Liga I, also known as Casa Liga I for sponsorship reasons, is the top level of men’s football in Romania. The Liga I is contested by 16 teams on an annual basis with each side playing 30 matches.

Liga I was established in 1909 and is currently ranked in 26th place on in UEFA’s league coefficient ranking list. FCSB are the most successful side in Liga I with 26 titles.

Romanian Liga I FAQ

Where can I watch Romanian Liga I Live Streams?

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Who has won the most Romanian Liga I titles?

FCSB has won the most Romanian Liga I titles with 26 and are followed by cross-town rivals Dinamo Bucuresti on 18.

When is the Romanian Liga I?

The Romanian Liga I begins on 20 August 2020.

Who are the Romanian Liga I champions?

CFR Cluj won their third successive Liga I title in 2019-20, beating Universitatea Craiova to the title on the final day.

How many teams are in the Romanian Liga I?

There will be a total of 16 teams that compete in the Romainian Liga I.

What teams play in the Romanian Liga I?

The teams that will compete in the 2020/21 Romanian Liga I are as follows: Academica Clinceni, Arges Pitesti, Astra Giurgiu, Botosani, CFR Cluj, Chindia Targoviste, Dinamo Bucuresti, Gaz Metan Medias, Hermannstadt, Politehnica Iasi, Sepsi Sfantu, Gheorghe, FCSB, Universitatea Craiova, UTA Arad, Viitorul Constanta and Voluntari.


Romanian Liga I Betting Odds


Reputable online bookmakers will have betting odds available for football matches in the Romanian Liga I. Some of the more popular football betting markets include match winner, BTTS, Win to Nil, over/under 2.5 goals and correct score.

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Romanian Liga I Results


Get the latest Romanian Liga I results to stay ahead of the game, up to date with in form teams and players as well as injuries. This will help you plan your bets for upcoming matches in Romania.

Romanian Liga I Winners & Runners-up


CFR Cluj are the current champions and will be going for their fourth successive title in 2020/21.

YearChampionsRunners-up
2019-20 tbctbc
2019-20 CFR Cluj (6) Universitatea Craiova
2018–19 CFR Cluj (5) Steaua București
2017–18 CFR Cluj (4) Steaua București
2016–17 Viitorul Constanța (1) Steaua București
2015–16 Astra Giurgiu (1) Steaua București
2014–15 Steaua București (26) ASA 2013 Târgu Mureș
2013–14 Steaua București (25) Astra Giurgiu
2012–13 Steaua București (24) Pandurii Târgu Jiu
2011–12 CFR Cluj (3) FC Vaslui
2010–11 Oțelul Galați (1) FC Timișoara
2009–10 CFR Cluj (2) Unirea Urziceni
2008–09 Unirea Urziceni (1) FC Timișoara
2007–08 CFR Cluj (1) Steaua București
2006–07 Dinamo București (18) Steaua București
2005–06 Steaua București (23) Rapid București
2004–05 Steaua București (22) Dinamo București
2003–04 Dinamo București (17) Steaua București
2002–03 Rapid București (3) Steaua București
2001–02 Dinamo București (16) Naţional București
2000–01 Steaua București (21) Dinamo București
1999–00 Dinamo București (15) Rapid București
1998–99 Rapid București (2) Dinamo București
1997–98 Steaua București (20) Rapid București
1996–97 Steaua București (19) Naţional București
1995–96 Steaua București (18) Naţional București
1994–95 Steaua București (17) Universitatea Craiova
1993–94 Steaua București (16) Universitatea Craiova
1992–93 Steaua București (15) Dinamo București
1991–92 Dinamo București (14) Steaua București
1990–91 Universitatea Craiova (4) Steaua București
1989–90 Dinamo București (13) Steaua București
1988–89 Steaua București (14) Dinamo București
1987–88 Steaua București (13) Dinamo București
1986–87 Steaua București (12) Dinamo București
1985–86 Steaua București (11) Sportul Studențesc București
1984–85 Steaua București (10) Dinamo București
1983–84 Dinamo București (12) Steaua București
1982–83 Dinamo București (11) Universitatea Craiova
1981–82 Dinamo București (10) Universitatea Craiova
1980–81 Universitatea Craiova (3) Dinamo București
1979–80 Universitatea Craiova (2) Steaua București
1978–79 FC Argeș Pitești (2) Dinamo București
1977–78 Steaua București (9) FC Argeș Pitești
1976–77 Dinamo București (9) Steaua București
1975–76 Steaua București (8) Dinamo București
1974–75 Dinamo București (8) ASA Târgu Mureş
1973–74 Universitatea Craiova (1) Dinamo București
1972–73 Dinamo București (7) Universitatea Craiova
1971–72 FC Argeș Pitești (1) UTA Arad
1970–71 Dinamo București (6) Rapid București
1969–70 UTA Arad (6) Rapid București
1968–69 UTA Arad (5) Dinamo București
1967–68 Steaua București (7) FC Argeș Pitești
1966–67 Rapid București (1) Dinamo București
1965–66 Petrolul Ploiești (3) Rapid București
1964–65 Dinamo București (5) Rapid București
1963–64 Dinamo București (4) Rapid București
1962–63 Dinamo București (3) Steaua București
1961–62 Dinamo București (2) Petrolul Ploiești
1960–61 CCA București (6) Dinamo București
1959–60 CCA București (5) Steagul Roşu Oraşul Stalin
1958–59 Petrolul Ploiești (2) Dinamo București
1957–58 Petrolul Ploiești (1) CCA București
1955-56 CCA București (4) Dinamo București
1954-55 Dinamo București (1) Flacăra Ploiești
1953-54 Flamura Roşie Arad (4) CCA București
1952-53 CCA București (3) Dinamo București
1951-52 CCA București (2) Dinamo București
1950-51 CCA București (1) Dinamo București
1949-50 Flamura Roşie Arad (3) Locomotiva București
1948–49 IC Oradea (1) CFR București
1947–48 ITA Arad (2) CFR Timișoara
1946–47 ITA Arad (1) Carmen București
1940–41 Unirea Tricolor București (1) Rapid București
1939–40 Venus București (8) Rapid București
1938–39 Venus București (7) Ripensia Timișoara
1937–38 Ripensia Timișoara (4) Rapid București
1936–37 Venus București (6) Rapid București
1935–36 Ripensia Timișoara (3) AMEF Arad
1934–35 Ripensia Timișoara (2) CA Oradea
1933–34 Venus București (5) Ripensia Timișoara
1932–33 Ripensia Timișoara (1) Universitatea Cluj
1931–32 Venus București (4) UD Reșița
1930–31 UD Reșița (1) Societatea Gimnastică Sibiu
1929–30 Juventus București (1) Gloria CFR Arad
1928–29 Venus București (3) România Cluj
1927–28 Colțea Brașov (1) Jiul Lupeni
1926–27 Chinezul Timișoara (6) Colțea Brașov
1925–26 Chinezul Timișoara (5) Juventus București
1924–25 Chinezul Timișoara (4) UCAS Petroșani
1923–24 Chinezul Timișoara (3) CA Oradea
1922–23 Chinezul Timișoara (2) Victoria Cluj
1920–21 Venus Bucuresti (2) Tricolor Bucuresti
1919–20 Venus Bucuresti (1) Tricolor Bucuresti
1915–16 Prahova Ploiesti (2) Bukarester FC
1914–15 Româno-Americana Bucuresti (1) Colentina Bucuresti
1913–14 Colentina Bucuresti (2) Bukarester FC
1912–13 Colentina Bucuresti (1) Cercul Atletic Bucuresti
1911–12 United Ploiesti (1) Olympia Bucuresti
1910–11 Olympia Bucuresti (2) United Ploiesti
1909–10 Olympia Bucuresti (1) Colentina Bucuresti



Romanian Liga I Fixtures


Check the Romanian Liga I fixtures to see if any club could be resting players ahead of an important local or European cup match.

Romanian Liga I Table


Keep an eye on the Romanian Liga I table to see who is in the running for the title, European qualification and those in danger of relegation.

Romanian Liga I Format


The 16 teams in the Romanian Liga I play each other on a home and away basis to total 30 league matches in the season. There are then playoffs to determine the champions and the two relegated teams.

The top six teams play in the championship playoff and bottom 10 in the relegation playoff. The points that teams carried over from the initial season are halved while goal difference is erased completely.

Romanian Liga I Highlights


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Romanian Liga I News


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Romanian Liga I History


The Romanian Liga I was established in 1909 with the first season taking place in 1909/10. It happened just after the Romanian Football Federation was founded, back then it was called the Association of Athletic Societies in Romania.

It became a national competition in 1921 when for the first time the league consisted of seven teams. Post the war CCA Bucresti, UTA Arad and Petrolul Ploiesti dominated the league.

Dinamo Bucuresti was the first Romanian team to qualify for the European Champions Cup in 1956/57 season. In the 37 seasons before it became the UEFA Champions League, Romanian teams qualified for 35 years.

The Liga I has had many winners over the years with various teams dominating at different stages. CFR Cluj became the first team to qualify directly in the UEFA Champions League when they won Liga I in the 2007/08 season.

CFR Cluj also hold the Romanian record for points in the UEFA Champions League with 10 in the 2012/13 season. This was in a group with Manchester United, Braga and Galatasaray.

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