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1979–80 Divizia A

Divizia A
Season 1979–80
Champions Universitatea Craiova[1]
Top goalscorer Septimiu Câmpeanu (24)

The 1979–80 Divizia A was the sixty-second 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 Universitatea Craiova
34
17
10
7
66
31
+35
44
European Cup
2 Steaua Bucureşti
34
17
10
7
74
44
+30
44
UEFA Cup
3 Argeş Piteşti
34
16
7
11
51
38
+13
39
4 FC Baia Mare
34
18
3
13
57
51
+6
39
5 Dinamo Bucureşti
34
14
9
11
50
37
+13
37
6 Sportul Studenţesc Bucureşti
34
16
5
13
44
34
+10
37
Balkans Cup 1980-81
7 SC Bacău
34
12
11
11
40
47
-7
35
8 Politehnica Iaşi
34
16
2
16
47
45
+2
34
9 Chimia Râmnicu Vâlcea
34
14
6
14
42
49
-7
34
10 Politehnica Timişoara
34
15
3
16
47
50
-3
33
European Cup Winners' Cup
11 Jiul Petroşani
34
12
9
13
26
39
-13
33
12 Universitatea Cluj
34
14
4
16
44
43
+3
32
13 Olt Scorniceşti
34
14
4
16
46
55
-9
32
14 FCM Galaţi
34
12
8
14
50
61
-11
32
15 ASA Târgu Mureş
34
13
5
16
45
46
-1
31
16 CS Târgovişte
34
12
7
15
48
53
-5
31
Relegated
to Divizia B
17 Olimpia Satu Mare
34
11
8
15
35
50
-15
30
18 Gloria Buzău
34
4
7
23
22
61
-39
15

Top goalscorers

Position Player Club Goals
1 Septimiu Câmpeanu Universitatea Cluj 24
2 Marcel Răducanu Steaua București 23
3 Rodion Cămătaru Universitatea Craiova 17
Mihai Costea Politehnica Iaşi
5 Sorin Gângu Chimia Râmnicu Vâlcea 15
Alexandru Terheș FC Baia Mare

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