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1948–49 Cupa României

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1948–49 Cupa României

1948–49 Cupa României
Country Romania
Champions CSCA Bucureşti
Runners-up CSU Cluj

The 1948–49 Cupa României was the 12th edition of Romania's most prestigious football cup competition.

The title was won by CSCA Bucureşti against CSU Cluj.


  • Format 1
  • First round proper 2
  • Second round proper 3
  • Quarter-finals 4
  • Semi-finals 5
  • Final 6
  • References 7
  • External links 8


The competition is an annual knockout tournament.

In First round proper, two pots were made, first pot with Divizia A teams and other teams till 16 and the second pot with the rest of teams qualified in this phase. First pot teams will play Away. Each tie is played as a single leg.

In First round proper, if a match is drawn after 90 minutes, the game goes in extra time, and if the scored is still tight after 120 minutes, the team from the lower league will qualify.

In the rest of Rounds, if a match is drawn after 90 minutes, the game goes in extra time, and if the scored is still tight after 120 minutes, the team who plays Away will qualify.

In case the teams are from same city, there a replay will be played.

In case the teams play in the final, there a replay will be played.

From the first edition, the teams from Divizia A entered in competition in sixteen finals, rule which remained till today.


First round proper

Team 1  Score  Team 2
3 September 1949
CFR Sibiu (Div. B) 6–1 (Div. A) CFR Cluj
4 September 1949
ARLUS Bacău (Div. B) 0–4 (Div. A) Petrolul Bucureşti
Muntenia Moreni (Div. B) 2–1 (Div. A) Gaz Metan Mediaș
Industria Bumbacului (Div. D) 4–2 (Div. D) UCB Bucureşti
Grafica MS Bucureşti (Div. D) 3–5 (Div. A) Metalul Bucureşti
Dermata Cluj (Div. B) 0–3 (a.e.t.) (Div. A) RATA Târgu Mureş
CFR Galaţi (Div. B) 0–2 (Div. A) CFR Bucureşti
IMS Hunedoara (Div. C) 2–0 (Div. A) Jiul Petroșani
CFR Oradea (Div. B) 0–3 (forfait) (Div. A) CSU Timişoara
Hârtia Piatra Neamţ (Div. C) 1–7 (Div. A) CSCA Bucureşti
Concordia Ploieşti (Div. B) 2–1 (Div. B) Dinamo B București
Arsenal Sibiu (Div. B) 2–1 (a.e.t.) (Div. A) Dinamo București
CAM Timișoara (Div. B) 2–1 (Div. A) ITA Arad
Electrica Timişoara (Div. B) 1–2 (a.e.t.) (Div. A) ICO Oradea
CFR Târgu Mureş (Div. C) 2–3 (Div. A) CSU Cluj
CFR Turnu Severin (Div. B) 2–3 (Div. A) CFR Timișoara

Second round proper

Team 1  Score  Team 2
16 October 1949
Petrolul Bucureşti 6–2 Industria Bumbacului
IMS Hunedoara 0–2 CFR Sibiu
Muntenia Moreni 5–2 Metalul Bucureşti
RATA Târgu Mureş 0–1 CSU Cluj
19 October 1949
CFR Timișoara 4–0 CAM Timișoara
25 October 1949
CSU Timişoara 1–3 ICO Oradea
3 November 1949
Arsenal Sibiu 0–3 CSCA Bucureşti
6 November 1949
Concordia Ploieşti 1–2 (a.e.t.) CFR Bucureşti


Team 1  Score  Team 2
5 November 1949
CFR Sibiu 3–2 Muntenia Moreni
6 November 1949
Petrolul Bucureşti 0–1 ICO Oradea
CSU Cluj 1–0 CFR Timișoara
11 December 1949
CSCA Bucureşti 2–1 CFR Bucureşti


Team 1  Score  Team 2
11 December 1949
ICO Oradea 0–1 CSU Cluj
15 December 1949
CSCA Bucureşti 5–0 CFR Sibiu


18 December 1949
14:00 EET
CSCA Bucureşti 2 – 1 CSU Cluj
Moldoveanu  39'
Fernbach-Ferenczi  74'
[2] Zehan  68'
ICAS, Bucharest
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Adalbert Kincs
Cupa României 1948–49 Winners

CSCA Bucureşti
1st Title


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External links

  • Official site
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