|Full name||Ferar Cluj / Kolozsvári Vasas|
|Short name||Ferar / Vasas|
|Founded||1907 as Kolozsvári Atlétikai Club (Club Atletic Cluj)|
Founded in 1907 as Kolozsvári Atlétikai Club, the team first entered the Hungarian league. After the World War I, the city of Kolozsvár/Cluj became part of Romania, and from this time it participated in the Romanian league system.
The club played in the Romanian regional championship until 1934 when it was promoted to Divizia B. It spent 2 season here until its 1938 relegation.
During World War II, the club played in the Hungarian National Championship and finished 3rd in the 1943–44 season. Some players used were Márki – Vass, Pál – Balint, Reinhardt, Szaniszló II – Fábián I, I. Kovács, L. Bonyhádi, Fülöp, and Incze II. In 1945, Ferar changed its name to Ferar KMSE, having in its midst a number of valuable players including Márki, Szoboszlay, Vass, Demeter, Szaniszló II, Fülöp, I. Petschovsky, Mészáros, Kovács V, Kovács IV, Pál, Reinhardt, Fábián I, L. Bonyhádi, and Blejan.
In 1948, the club merged with CFR Cluj and disappeared from all records.
- Winners (0):, Best finish: 6th 1946–47
- Winners (0):, Best finish: 3rd 1943–44
- Runner-up (1) :1943–44
The players in bold were the top goalscorers in the division.
|Season||League||Cup||European Cup||Other||Top Goalscorer(s)||Notes||Name|
|Hungarian Football Championship||Kolozsvári Atlétikai Club |
/ Clubul Atletic Cluj
|1909–10 Not involved in any competitions|
|1914–18 Not involved in any competitions due to World War I. In 1918, Transylvania is united with Romania.|
|Romanian Football Championship||CA Cluj|
|1932–33||–||Foundation of the Romanian Football|
|1940–41||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||Retired due to Second Vienna Award|
|Hungarian Football Championship||Kolozsvári Atlétikai Club|
|1944–45||8th||3||1||2||0||5||3||4||–||–||–||Retired – Vienna Award nullified|
|Romanian Football Championship||Ferar Cluj|
|1946–47||Div A||6th||26||13||4||9||44||29||30||–||Gheorghe Váczi||19|
|1947–48||14th||15||3||4||8||21||33||10||R16||Anton Fernbach-Ferenczi||15||Merged with CFR Cluj during the Season|
- Nicolae Kovács (1947)