Liga I

Liga I
Organising body Liga Profesionistă de Fotbal
Founded 1909
Country Romania
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams 14 (from 2015–16)
Level on pyramid 1
Relegation to Liga II
Domestic cup(s) Cupa României
Supercupa României
International cup(s) UEFA Champions League
UEFA Europa League
Current champions CFR Cluj (4th title)
(2017–18)
Most championships FCSB (26 titles)
Most appearances Ionel Dănciulescu (515)
Top goalscorer Dudu Georgescu (252 goals)
TV partners Digi Sport
Look TV
Look Plus
Telekom Sport
Website lpf.ro
2018–19 Liga I

The Liga I (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈliɡa ɨŋˈtɨj]; English: First League), also spelled Liga 1 (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈliɡa ˈunu]; English: League One), is a Romanian professional league for men's association football clubs. It is currently sponsored by betting company Betano, and thus officially known as the Liga 1 Betano.[1] At the top of the Romanian football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. Contested by 14 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with Liga II. The teams play 26 matches each in the regular season, and then enter the play-off or the play-out according to their position in the regular season.

Liga I was established in 1909 and commenced play for the 1909–10 campaign, being currently on the 20th place in UEFA's league coefficient ranking list. It is administered by the Liga Profesionistă de Fotbal (LPF). Before the 2006–07 season, the competition was known as Divizia A, but the name had to be changed following the finding that someone else had registered that trademark.[2]

The best performer is FCSB with 26 titles, followed by cross-town rival Dinamo București with 18 trophies. Of the remaining 21 clubs which came victorious in the competition, eight have won it on at least three occasions: Venus București, UTA Arad, Chinezul Timișoara, Universitatea Craiova, Petrolul Ploiești, Ripensia Timișoara, Rapid București and CFR Cluj. The latter has only been remarkably successful in the 21st century.

As of 2016, Liga I ranked first in the number of teams sent to participate in European competitions since 1955. No less than 40 different clubs had played at least one match in European cups.[3]

History

The first football club's organization formula was "A Divisional College" (Colegiul Divizionar A) founded on 5 October 1970 and led by Mircea Angelescu. Until 1990, the "A Divisional College" was formal without remarkable decisions. During the 90's many changes were implemented, reflected in the new names of the organization, e.g. "A Divisional Team's League", " National Football League", "Professional Club's League", etc. On 10 October 1992, the organization's name became "Professional Football A Division League", led by Mircea Angelescu as president, Dumitru Dragomir as vice-president and Daniel Lăzărescu as general secretary. On 22 January 1993, the name of the organization became "Professional Football League of Romania", an A-Division professional football clubs representation. On 13 October 1993, the Liga II - or B Division - club's members were included. On 30 September 1996, Dumitru Dragomir has been elected president of the "Professional Football League of Romania". The headquarters has been located on 47 Mihai Eminescu Street since February 1997. In December 1977, it was decided that the league would organize the A-Division Championship starting with the 1997–98 championship.

In November 2013, Gino Iorgulescu was elected as the new president of the Romanian Professional Football League, replacing Dumitru Dragomir, who had been president of the league since 1996.[4]

There are currently 18 teams at this level, of which the bottom four are relegated at the season's end. These teams are replaced by the champions of the two divisions that make up Liga II, the second level of the Romanian football league system.

Starting from the 2007–08 season, the champions and runners-up of the Liga I were eligible to compete in the UEFA Champions League during the following season. The third and fourth placed team were eligible to compete in the UEFA Europa League. Since the 2012–13 season, only one team is eligible for the UEFA Champions League. The 2015–16 season will see two teams again gain a placement in the Champions League qualifying rounds .

The most successful teams over the years have been Steaua București (26 titles) and Dinamo București (18 titles). Other notable teams include UTA Arad (6 titles), Universitatea Craiova and Petrolul Ploiești (4 titles) and Rapid București and CFR Cluj with three titles each. CFR Cluj was the first team from outside of Bucharest to win the championship (in the 2007–08 season) since the 1990–91 season, starting a five-year period of non-Bucharest champions (CFR Cluj with three titles, Unirea Urziceni and Oțelul Galați with one title each). Teams such as Politehnica Timișoara, FC Vaslui or Unirea Urziceni managed good classifications, in front of the Bucharest teams, who have begun to fade since then.

Since the 2012–13 season, Steaua București has become the best performing team with three consecutive titles, as well as good results in the continental competitions.

Sponsorship

On 19 December 1998, SABMiller bought the naming rights for four and a half seasons, becoming the first sponsor in the history of the competition. SABMiller changed the name of the competition to "Divizia A Ursus", in order to promote their Ursus beer.[5]

Starting with the 2004–05 season, European Drinks & Foods, a Romanian $1.3 billion USD revenue company, took over as main sponsor and changed the league's name to "Divizia A Bürger", to promote their Bürger beer.[6]

On 11 May 2008, Realitatea Media bought the naming rights and changed the name of the competition to "Liga I Realitatea", to promote their Realitatea TV station.[7]

In late 2008, European Drinks & Foods again bought the rights and the league was renamed as the "Liga I Frutti Fresh", after one of their soft drinks brand.[8]

For the 2009–10 season, the online betting firm Gamebookers purchased the league naming rights and renamed the division "Liga 1 Gamebookers.com".[9]

In July 2010, Bergenbier, a StarBev Group company, bought the naming rights for four seasons and changed the name of the competition to "Liga I Bergenbier", in order to promote their Bergenbier beer.[10]

From the 2015-16 season, the French telecommunications corporation Orange became the main sponsor of the Romanian first league, after purchasing the league naming rights, for two years, and renamed the league in Liga 1 Orange.[11]

From the 17-18 season, the international online gaming operator Betano became the main sponsor of the Romanian first league, after purchasing the league naming rights, for two years, and renamed the league in 'Liga 1 Betano'.

Broadcasting rights

In 2004, Telesport, a small TV network, bought the broadcasting rights for $28 million. The four seasons contract ended in the summer of 2008. Telesport sold some of the broadcasting rights for matches to other Romanian networks, including, TVR1, Antena 1, Național TV and Kanal D.

On 31 March 2008, Antena 1 with RCS & RDS outbid Realitatea Media and Kanal D in the broadcasting rights auction with a bid of 102 million for a three seasons contract.[12]

In 2011, the broadcasting rights were bought by RCS & RDS for their channels Digi Sport 1, Digi Sport 2 and Digi Sport 3. This channels aired broadcasting of seven of the nine matches from each stage of the championship. The other two matches were broadcast by Antena 1 (an Intact Media Group channel) and Dolce Sport (a channel owned by Telekom Romania).

In March 2014, LPF announced that the rights were sold for a five-year period to a company from the European Union, without specifying the company's name.[13] A month later, Look TV and Look Plus were revealed as the TV stations that would broadcast the games from Liga I and Cupa Ligii between 2014 and 2019.[14]

Performances

Performance by club

Bold indicates clubs currently playing in 2017–18 Liga I. Teams in italics no longer exist. Teams in neither bold or italics are existing past winners of the championship that relegated to Romania's lower leagues.

Club Winners Runners-up Winning Years
FCSB
26
16
1951, 1952, 1953, 1956, 1959–60, 1960–61, 1967–68, 1975–76, 1977–78, 1984–85, 1985–86, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1997–98, 2000–01, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15
Dinamo București
18
20
1955, 1961–62, 1962–63, 1963–64, 1964–65, 1970–71, 1972–73, 1974–75, 1976–77, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1983–84, 1989–90, 1991–92, 1999–00, 2001–02, 2003–04, 2006–07
Venus București
8
0
1919–20, 1920–21, 1928–29, 1931–32, 1933–34, 1936–37, 1938–39, 1939–40
UTA Arad
6
1
1946–47, 1947–48, 1950, 1954, 1968–69, 1969–70
Chinezul Timișoara
6
0
1921–22, 1922–23, 1923–24, 1924–25, 1925–26, 1926–27
Universitatea Craiova
4
5
1973–74, 1979–80, 1980–81, 1990–91
Petrolul Ploiești
4
3
1929–30, 1957–58, 1958–59, 1965–66
Ripensia Timișoara
4
2
1932–33, 1934–35, 1935–36, 1937–38
CFR Cluj
4
0
2007–08, 2009–10, 2011–12, 2017–18
Rapid București
3
14
1966–67, 1998–99, 2002–03
Argeș Pitești
2
2
1971–72, 1978–79
Prahova Ploiești
2
2
1911–12, 1915–16
Colentina București
2
1
1912–13, 1913–14
Olympia București
2
1
1909–10, 1910–11
Unirea Tricolor București
1
2
1940–41
Club Atletic Oradea
1
2
1948–49
Colțea Brașov
1
1
1927–28
CSM Reșița
1
1
1930–31
Unirea Urziceni
1
1
2008–09
Astra Giurgiu
1
1
2015–16
Româno-Americană București
1
0
1914–15
Oțelul Galați
1
0
2010–11
Viitorul Constanța
1
0
2016–17
Progresul București
0
3
Victoria Cluj
0
3
Politehnica Timișoara
0
2
Bukarester
0
2
Vagonul Arad
0
1
Sportul Studențesc București
0
1
Universitatea Cluj
0
1
Vaslui
0
1
SR Brașov
0
1
CFR Timișoara
0
1
Jiul Petroșani
0
1
Cercul Atletic București
0
1
ASA Târgu Mureș (1962)
0
1
ASA 2013 Târgu Mureș
0
1
Pandurii Târgu Jiu
0
1
Carmen București
0
1
Societatea Gimnastică Sibiu
0
1
Gloria Arad
0
1
Minerul Lupeni
0
1

Performance by city

The following table lists the Romanian champions by cities.[15][16]

City Titles Winning Clubs
Bucharest
61
FCSB (26), Dinamo (18), Venus (8), Rapid (3), Colentina (2), Olympia (2), Româno-Americana (1), Unirea Tricolor (1)
Timișoara
10
Chinezul (6), Ripensia (4)
Ploiești
6
Petrolul (4), Prahova (United) (2)
Arad
6
UTA (6)
Craiova
4
Universitatea (4)
Cluj-Napoca
4
CFR (4)
Pitești
2
Argeș (2)
Oradea
1
Club Atletic Oradea (1)
Brașov
1
Colțea (1)
Reșița
1
Reșița (1)
Urziceni
1
Unirea (1)
Galați
1
Oțelul (1)
Giurgiu
1
Astra (1)
Constanța
1
Viitorul (1)

All-time table

The ranking is computed awarding three points for a win, one for a draw. It includes matches played between the 1932–33 and 2017–18 season including. The teams in bold play in the 2018–19 season of Liga I. The teams in italics no longer exist.[17] This table only lists titles won since 1932-33, when a divisional league was introduced. An official national championship existed before. This is the reason some teams are listed with fewer than the championships they have won. For example, Venus București won four titles before 1932 and four after, and are listed with only four in the table.

Pos Team S Pts GP W D L GF GA 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th T Debut Since/
Last App
Best
1Steaua București7141082161120349945940942174261694566619472017–181
2Dinamo București70395121281159474495405823001820104566319482017–181
3Rapid București66300218988544406042943225331489403819322014–151
4Petrolul Ploiești5822831667632385650227422063242642119332015–161
5Politehnica Timișoara4820031490545368577191920610251461819482017–182
6Universitatea Cluj5619951608552339717206924760114321119322014–152
7Argeș Pitești4419891404571276557184617972243321619612008–091
8SR Brașov4619121429533313583176518450123421219572014–152
9FCM Bacău4217291319489262568153818090001461119562005–064
10Universitatea Craiova3217031046493224329157711264374532619642017–181
11Farul Constanța421679129947326056615771840000322719552008–094
12Sportul Studenţesc Bucureşti3615611154435256463156915750136241619372011–122
13UTA Arad3815041072420244408160215226113311519462007–081
14Jiul Petroșani411456119740225054514031845001022519372006–073
15Progresul Bucuresti321326945379189377135313240323121119552006–072
16Oțelul Galați27126389436118035310961115100332919862014–151
17CFR Cluj23123179233622323310488944022301119472017–181
18Politehnica Iași (1945)28107888129718739710291265000001119602009–106
19Gloria Bistrița229407242691333229031003001024719902012–133
20ASA Târgu Mureș (1962)218626902511093308171025011201519671991–922
21FC U Craiova18822592228138226819755021200519922010–112
22Astra Giurgiu15755506208131167679555110221719982017–181
23Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț18740596202134260689851000121419932014–154
24Corvinul Hunedoara1772856221098254831881001012419541991–923
25Bihor Oradea18661572181118273683893000000019632003–047
26Școlar Reșița16565482154103225666890000201319381999–004
27Pandurii Târgu Jiu12532412140112160459491011000220052016–172
28Club Atletic Oradea1751537814580153633635111103719321962–631
29FC Vaslui94893021377887393303012021620052013–142
30Olt Scornicești1147537313764172424546000100119791989–904
31Unirea Tricolor București (Dinamo B, Dinamo C)1646234712878141625669100100219321957–581
32Gaz Metan Mediaș12461404112125167433573000000019472017–187
33Chimia Râmnicu Vâlcea1042734012164155368533000000019741986–878
34CFR Timișoara113822731047099406392011210519461970–712
35Inter Sibiu837727211047115358376000101219881995–964
36Venus București93531781063537491243401110719321940–411
37Chindia Târgoviște93492989564139312469000000019611997–987
38Ripensia Timișoara93481781072744498266422001919321940–411
39CS Târgu Mureș103012418546110360418000200219461957–584
40Viitorul Constanța6297210805773279274100110320122017–181
41Concordia Chiajna72862567173112263355000000020112017–189
42Minerul Baia Mare72842308335112267370000110219641994–954
43Unirea Urziceni5269170744749199162110010320062010–111
44Vagonul Arad9259184763177318326011100319321968–692
45FC Botoșani5249188665171220227000000020132017–188
46Olimpia Satu Mare72472226940113223363000000019371998–999
47Victoria București5243169703366242251003000319851989–903
48Gloria Buzău72372386445129236403000010119782008–095
49Politehnica Iași5226184594976184215000001120122017–186
50ASA 2013 Târgu Mureș5218178555370179213010001220102016–172
51Gloria Arad8208155593166296332000001119321940–413
52Victoria Cluj8206154612370266294000012319321939–403
53Extensiv Craiova (Electroputere)5198170543680171213001001219911999–003
54Dacia Unirea Brăila6192177543094193328000001119371993–946
55Flacăra Moreni4182136532360180198000101219861989–904
56Dunărea Galați5164170443294174310000000019741983–8414
57Chinezul Timișoara6160119462153281288000010119331938–394
58Crișana Oradea6140110402050199232000000019321937–382
59FC Voluntari3134120343254135172000000020152017–189
60Minerul Lupeni4105101301556106207000000019591962–6311
61FC Ploiești (Tricolor Ploiești )5100102281658131254000000019321947–485
62Foresta Fălticeni (Foresta Suceava)39998242747102145000000019972000–0113
63Unirea Alba Iulia3939424214993171000001120032009–106
64Phoenix Baia Mare3896226112596106000000019371939–405
65Maccabi București (Ciocanul București)2825624102210087000000019461947–487
66Rocar Bucureşti281642563393108000000019992000–0112
67FC Onești269682164193159000000019981999–0014
68CA Câmpulung Moldovenesc255331510850310010001195219533
69Siderurgistul Galați2495213102962104000000019631965–6614
70Carmen București1472614579044010000119461946–472
71Gloria CFR Galaţi246461372654100000000019391940–4110
72Ferar Cluj1432613494429000001119461946–476
73CAM Timișoara24334127155476000010119321939–405
74Sepsi Sfântu Gheorghe143401110193658000000020172017–189
75CS Mioveni243689164346120000000020072011–1216
76Industria Sârmei Câmpia Turzii2404871922468600000001952195412
77Săgeata Năvodari13834108163254000000020132013–1417
78Aurul Brad13624120125143000010119401940–415
79Internaţional Curtea de Argeș13634106183249000000020092009–1012
80Bucovina Suceava13534105193669000000019871987–8818
81FC Craiova235501053561171000000019401946–479
82CS Turnu Severin13234711163647000000020122012–1316
83Dermata Cluj13230711124150000000019471947–4811
84Voința Sibiu1323488182445000000020112011–1216
85Șoimii Sibiu3274851231421310000000193219507
86Victoria Brănești12534510193561000000020102010–1116
87CS Otopeni1223457223254000000020082008–0917
88Daco-Getica București12240410262172000000020172017–1814
89Viitorul București121146353326000000019621962–6314
90CSM Lugoj1201862102441000000019371937–387
91Faur București1192654175080000000019481948–4913
92Prahova Ploiești1162651202697000000019461946–4713
93UM Timișoara1153036212471000000020012001–0216
94CFR Brașov1151843112645000000019371937–389
95Corona Brașov1143428242069000000020132013–1418
96Dragoș Vodă Cernăuți1121840142657000000019371937–3810
97Avântul Reghin112243318195700000001955195513
98Brașovia Brașov262613222885000000019321933–347
99Mureşul Târgu Mureş141411121756000000019331933–347
100Dunărea Călărași00000000000000020182018–19N/A
101FC Hermannstadt00000000000000020182018–19N/A

League or status at 2018–19:

2018–19 Liga I
2018–19 Liga II
2018–19 Liga III
2018–19 County football leagues
To be determined
Clubs that no longer exist

Current members

Club Position
in 2017–18
First season in
Liga I
Number of seasons
Liga I
First season of
current spell in
Liga I
Top division
titles
Last Liga I title
Astra Giurgiu5th1998–99152009–1012015–16
Botoșani8th2013–1452013–140n/a
CFR Cluj1st1947–48232004–0542017–18
Concordia Chiajna11th2011–1272011–120n/a
Dinamo București7th1948–49701948–49182006–07
Dunărea Călărași1st in Liga II2018–1902018–190n/a
Gaz Metan Mediaș10th1947–48122016–170n/a
Hermannstadt2nd in Liga II2018–1902018–190n/a
Politehnica Iași6th2012–1352014–150n/a
Sepsi Sfântu Gheorghe9th2017–1802017–180n/a
FCSB2nd1947–48711947–48262014–15
Universitatea Craiova3rd1964–65322014–1541990–91
Viitorul Constanța4th2012–1362012–1312016–17
Voluntari12th2016–1732016–170n/a

Records

Top Ten Players With Most Appearances
As of 3 June 2018
Player Period Club Games
1 Ionel Dănciulescu 1993–14 Electroputere Craiova, Dinamo, Steaua 515
2 Costică Ștefănescu 1968–88 Steaua, Craiova, Brașov 490
3 Florea Ispir 1969–88 ASA Târgu Mureș 485
4 László Bölöni 1971–88 ASA Târgu Mureș, Steaua 484
5 Costel Câmpeanu 1987–05 Bacău, Dinamo, Bistrița, Național, Ceahlăul 470
6 Petre Marin 1993–12 Sportul, Național, Rapid, Steaua, Urziceni, Chiajna 468
7 Paul Cazan 1972–88 Sportul 465
8 Cornel Dinu 1966–83 Dinamo 454
9 Constantin Stancu 1976–90 Argeș 447
10 Ion Dumitru 1967–88 Rapid, Steaua, Timișoara, Craiova 442
Top Ten Highest Goalscorers
As of 3 June 2018
Player Period Club Goals
1 Dudu Georgescu 1970–87 Progresul, Reșița, Dinamo, Bacău, Buzău, Moreni 252 (Ø 0,68)
2 Ionel Dănciulescu 1993–14 Electroputere Craiova, Dinamo, Steaua 214 (Ø 0,41)
3 Rodion Cămătaru 1974–89 Craiova, Dinamo 198 (Ø 0,52)
4 Marin Radu 1974–89 Argeș, Olt Scornicești, Steaua, Sibiu 190 (Ø 0,49)
5 Florea Dumitrache 1966–83 Dinamo, Jiul, Corvinul 170 (Ø 0,47)
5 Ion Oblemenco 1963–77 Rapid, Craiova 170 (Ø 0,62)
7 Mircea Sandu 1970–87 Național, Sportul 167 (Ø 0,41)
8 Victor Pițurcă 1975–89 Olt Scornicești, Steaua 166 (Ø 0,55)
9 Mihai Adam 1962–76 U Cluj, Vagonul Arad, CFR 160 (Ø 0,45)
10 Titus Ozon 1947–64 Unirea Tricolor, Dinamo, Brașov, Național, Rapid 157 (Ø 0,58)
Top Ten Foreign Players With Most Appearances
As of 3 June 2018
Player Period Club Games
1 Takayuki Seto 2009– Astra 263
2 Júnior Morais 2010– Astra, Steaua 219
3 Mario Camora 2011– CFR 208
4 Ricardo Cadu 2006–14 CFR 202
5 Nuno Viveiros 2008–16 Politehnica Iași, Brașov, Vaslui, U Cluj 199
6 Bojan Golubović 2011– Ceahlăul, Politehnica Iași, Steaua, Gaz Metan, FC Botoșani 197
7 Eric 2008–18 Gaz Metan, Pandurii, Viitorul Constanța 193
8 Pablo Brandan 2007–17 Urziceni, Steaua, CS U Craiova, ASA Târgu Mureș, Viitorul Constanța 186
9 Ousmane N'Doye 2007–16 FC Vaslui, Dinamo, Astra Giurgiu, Săgeata Năvodari, ASA Târgu Mureș 185
10 Filipe Teixeira 2010– Brașov, Rapid, Petrolul Ploiești, Astra, Steaua 182
Top Ten Highest Foreign Players Goalscorers
As of 3 June 2018
Player Period Club Goals
1 Wesley 2008–15 Vaslui, Politehnica Iași 65 (Ø 0,53)
2 Eric 2008–18 Gaz Metan, Pandurii, Viitorul 56 (Ø 0,29)
3 Bojan Golubović 2011– Ceahlăul, Politehnica Iași, Steaua, Gaz Metan 55 (Ø 0,27)
4 Pantelis Kapetanos 2008–14 Steaua, CFR 48 (Ø 0,38)
5 Kehinde Fatai 2007–15 Farul, Astra 41 (Ø 0,28)
6 Mike Temwanjera 2006–14 Vaslui 39 (Ø 0,22)
7 Tha'er Bawab 2010– Gloria Bistrița, Gaz Metan, CS U Craiova, Steaua, Dinamo, Chiajna 38 (Ø 0,20)
8 Harlem Gnohéré 2015– Dinamo, Steaua 37 (Ø 0,41)
9 Sulejman Demollari 1991–95 Dinamo 36 (Ø 0,36)
10 Hamza Younés 2011–14 Petrolul Ploiești 34 (Ø 0,65)
Top Ten Youngest Debutants
As of 3 June 2018. The teams written in bold are the ones the players debuted at
Player Age Match Season
1 Nicolae Dobrin 14 years, 10 months and 5 days Știința Cluj - Dinamo Pitești 5–1 1961–62
2 Rareș Lazăr 15 years, one month and 19 days Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț - FC Vaslui 2–0 2013–14
3 Răzvan Popa 15 years, 2 months and 13 days Dinamo - Sportul Studențesc 1–3 2011–12
4 Codrin Epure 15 years, 2 months and 21 days FC Vaslui - Astra 1-4 2013–14
5 Marius Niculae 15 years, 6 months and 6 days Dinamo - Farul Constanța 5-2 1996–97
6 Ion Geolgău 15 years, 8 months and 18 days Universitatea Craiova - UTA 3–1 1976–77
7 Constantin Gângioveanu 15 years, 8 months and 21 days Dinamo - Universitatea Craiova 5–0 2004–05
8 Roberto Hașnaș 15 years, 9 months and 21 days SR Brașov - Gloria Bistrița 4–1 2012–13
9 Marian Drăghiceanu 15 years, 10 months and 10 days Oțelul Galați - Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț 4–1 2014–15
10 George Mareș 15 years, 10 months and 15 days Sportul Studențesc - CS Mioveni 0–0 2011–12

UEFA ranking

UEFA League Ranking as of 3 August 2017:[18]

Teams in international competitions

From the quarter-finals onwards.

See also

References

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  2. Cotidianul, Divizia A a fost mitraliată (The "A Division" was gunned down), accessed on 3 February 2007 Archived 12 March 2007 at the Wayback Machine.
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  12. "Antena 1 dă 85 milioane de euro plus TVA și câștigă licitația pentru drepturile de televizare ale partidelor din Liga 1". Hotnews.ro (in Romanian). 2008-03-31. Retrieved 2008-03-31.
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  16. http://www.liga1.ro/html/arhiva
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