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CS Colțea Brașov is a football club based in Brașov, in central Romania. It was founded in 1920, and it soon became one of the best teams in the country, winning one Romanian Championship in 1928. The club was dissolved in 1931 and refounded in 2015. It currently plays in the Liga IV.

Colțea Brașov
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Full nameClubul Sportiv Colțea 1920 Brașov
Short nameColțea
Founded1920; 99 years ago (1920)
as Colțea Brașov
2015; 4 years ago (2015)
as CS Colțea 1920 Brașov
ChairmanCiprian Jurubescu
ManagerȘerban Moraru
LeagueLiga IV
2018–19Liga IV, Brașov County, 5th
WebsiteClub website


A subsidiary of Colțea București, they entered in the circuit of the local and national competitions in 1921. In 1925–1926, it won the regional championship, but in the national championship 1925–26, it was eliminated in the quarter-finals by AMEF Arad.

The next year, in 1926–27, the club reached the final of the national championship, but lost to Chinezul Timișoara 2–2 and 2–3. The squad that was used included the following players: Kiss – Zarkoszy, Columban, Balint, Ad. Hrehuss, Adamovici, Viszvari, Hecht, Şt. Torok, R. Auer, Csanz, Bertha.

In 1927–28 obtains the great performance, winning the final against Jiul Lupeni with 3–2 and the national championship. The players that were crowned champions were: Lobel – Columban, Balint, Şt. Torok, Csajka, Ad. Hrehuss, Kemeny, Gylebrowsky, Gruber, Hecht, Peterffi.

In 1928–29, present again at a national championship tournament was eliminated by Venus București in the quarter-finals. From then forward, being a military team, falls and disappears after 1931, giving its place in the Brașovian football to Brașovia Brașov and FC Brașov.

In the summer of 2015, Colțea Brașov was refounded as CS Colțea 1920 Brașov, at 84 years from the moment of its dissolution.[1]

After one season Colțea Brașov signed an important association project with the Spanish club Celta de Vigo regarding the youth sector.[2]


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  1. ^ O nouă echipă de fotbal la Braşov » Tradiţia merge mai departe
  2. ^ "Celta Vigo își deschide academie la Brașov, după ce spaniolii s-au asociat cu gruparea Colțea 1920". Archived from the original on 24 February 2018. Retrieved 23 July 2017.

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