Nationala Romaniei

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UK Anglia:Premier League

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Clasament Premier League

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Clasament Championship

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IT Italia: Serie A

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Clasament Serie A Italia

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Clasament Serie B Italia

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SP Spain:Primera División

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Clasament Primera Division

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DE Germania: Bundesliga

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Clasament Bundesliga

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Clasament Zweite Bundesliga

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FR Franta: Ligue 1

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Clasament Ligue 1

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PO Portugalia: Liga Sagres

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Clasament Portugalia

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OL Olanda: Eredivisie

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Clasament Olanda

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BE Belgia: Jupiler League

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Clasament Belgia

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TU Turcia: Süper Lig

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Clasament Turcia

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GR Grecia:Ethniki Katigoria

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RU Rusia: Premier League

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Clasament Rusia

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UC Ucraina: Vyscha Liga

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ball America de Sud

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ball Africa

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Cupa Africii pe Natiuni

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ball Asia

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RomanianSoccer.ro - European Cups - 1988-1989

'Season 1988 - 1989

32nd season of UEFA competitions with Romanian participants


17th time Romanian clubs were implicated in three separate UEFA competitions


1st time all Romanian clubs implicated in UEFA competitions reached the quarter-finals


1st time a club from Romania played with Sampdoria in UEFA competitions


2nd time a Romanian football club reached a UEFA competition final


'European Club Champion's Cup (C1) (34)

First round
AC Sparta Praha
Steaua București
Second round
Steaua București
Spartak Moscow
1/4 finals
IFK Göteborg
Steaua București
1/2 finals Steaua București Galatasaray SK
Final Steaua București AC Milan

The competition was won by AC Milan for the third time in history.


'European Cup Winners' Cup (C2) (28)

First round Dinamo București Kuusysi Lahti
Second round Dundee United Dinamo București
1/4 finals Dinamo București Sampdoria Genova [ag]

The competition was won by FC Barcelona for the third time in history.


'UEFA Cup (C3) (18)

First round Oțelul Galați Juventus Torino
First round Sliema Wanderers Victoria București
Second round Dynamo Minsk Victoria București [ag]
Third round Victoria București [ag] Turun Palloseura
1/4 finals Victoria București Dynamo Dresden

The competition was won by SSC Napoli for the first time in history.


RomanianSoccer.ro - European Cups - 1988-1989