Rocar ANEFS București was a Romanian professional football club based in Bucharest, Romania, founded in 1953 and dissolved in 2009.

Rocar ANEFS București
Full nameAsociaţia Fotbal Club Rocar ANEFS București
Short nameRocar București
Founded1953
Dissolved2009
GroundANEFS
Capacity6,000

Chronology of names

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Name[1] Period
Asociaţia Sportivă a Uzinei de Autobuze București 1953–1968
Autobuzul București 1968–1993
Rocar București 1993–2002
Rocar ANEFS București 2005–2009
  • Note: 3 years of inactivity between 2002 and 2005, and the team was refounded as Rocar ANEFS București in the Liga IV.

History

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The club was founded under the name Asociaţia Sportivă a Uzinei de Autobuze București in 1953 and was sponsored by Rocar. They had a meteoric appearance in the forefront of Romanian football. Promoted in 1999 the club from Drumul Găzarului has made way back two years later.[2]

Stadium

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Rocar București played its home matches on the ANEFS Stadium, Bucharest, which has a capacity of 6,000 people, previously known as Rocar Stadium.

Notable former players

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Former managers

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Honours

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References

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  1. ^ "Evolutia denumirilor echipelor de-a lungul anilor".
  2. ^ http://cupatimisoreana.gsp.ro/stiri/32/rocar-retrogradata-dar-finalista-a-cupei.htm