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1976–77 Divizia A

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1976–77 Divizia A

Divizia A
Season 1976–77
Champions Dinamo Bucureşti[1]
Top goalscorer Dudu Georgescu (47)

The 1976–77 Divizia A was the fifty-ninth season of Divizia A, the top-level football league of Romania.

League table

Pos
Club
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Comments
1 Dinamo Bucureşti
34
20
9
5
84
34
+50
49
European Cup
2 Steaua Bucureşti
34
20
5
9
72
41
+31
45
UEFA Cup
3 Universitatea Craiova
34
16
9
9
54
36
+18
41
4 ASA Târgu Mureş
34
16
5
13
50
40
+10
37
UEFA Cup
5 Jiul Petroşani
34
16
5
13
57
49
+8
37
Balkans Cup 1978
6 Politehnica Timişoara
34
16
4
14
44
37
+7
36
7 Sportul Studenţesc Bucureşti
34
13
9
12
34
34
0
35
8 Politehnica Iaşi
34
12
9
13
43
33
+10
33
9 Bihor Oradea
34
13
7
14
48
53
-5
33
10 SC Bacău
34
13
7
14
34
39
-5
33
11 Argeş Piteşti
34
12
9
13
40
47
-7
33
12 UTA Arad
34
13
7
14
56
64
-8
33
13 FCM Reşiţa
34
13
6
15
43
55
-12
32
14 Corvinul Hunedoara
34
10
11
13
32
40
-8
31
15 FC Constanţa
34
12
6
16
43
45
-2
30
16 Rapid Bucureşti
34
11
8
15
38
49
-11
30
Relegated
to Divizia B
17 Progresul Bucureşti
34
11
5
18
37
69
-32
27
18 FCM Galaţi
34
6
5
23
31
75
-44
17

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