FC Universitatea Craiova's main rival is FC Dinamo București. This rivalry started in the seventies, when Dinamo denied Universitatea Craiova's first title in 1973. The rivalry was amplified in 2002 and 2005 when Dinamo transferred an important group of players from Craiova.[citation needed]

Other rivalry of Universitatea Craiova is also with FC Steaua București.

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Finally in 1948, Universitatea Craiova took life at the initiative of a group of students and professors, a team which latter would become one of the most popular and successful teams from Romania.

Craiova, having won the 1983 Romanian Cup Final, were denied entry to the 1983–84 European Cup Winners' Cup as the Romanian FA scheduled the final for the week after the closing date for entries.

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On 22 June 2012, the Bucharest Court of Appeal ruled that the exclusion of Universitatea Craiova from FRF was illegal.[10] On 15 November 2012, the Court ruled that the validation decision was also illegal.[9] Although the club was invited to sign up in the Liga II for the 2012–13 season,[11] the owner of the club refused this invitation.[12]

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Clubul Sportiv U Craiova is a Romanian top-league professional football club from Craiova.[1]

On 9 June 2016 it was decided that CS Universitatea Craiova is the rightful owner of Craiova's record, brand and logo. CS Universitatea Craiova remains therefore with its record intact, four league titles and six cups of Romania.[10]

In 1991, Universitatea Craiova won for the last time the Championship and the Romanian Cup, under Sorin Cârţu as coach. In the following years, Craiova became a middle-table team, with rather poor performances. At the end of the 2004–05 season they were relegated to the second football division for the first time in the club's history, returning to the first league after the following season.

In April 2014 the High Court of Cassation and Justice confirmed that the Romanian Football Federation "acted in accordance with regulations and statutes in force when members voted to exclude the club".[14]

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Fotbal Club Universitatea Craiova (Romanian pronunciation: [universiˈtate̯a kraˈjova]) was a Romanian professional football club. The club was disaffiliated by the Romanian Football Federation on 14 May 2012, following their temporary exclusion since 20 July 2011, after breaking the regulations by addressing civil justice in a labor dispute with coach Victor Piţurcă.

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In the year 1940, the two teams from Craiova merged, resulting in one of the most successful Romanian football teams in the Interwar period, FC Craiova, which was also the first team from the city to win the Romanian football championship, in the 1942–43 season. However the title was not officialized by the Romanian Football Federation, because of World War II.

The club retired from the competition after 22 matches of the 2013–14 Liga II season. FC Universitatea Craiova is not currently a member of the Romanian Football Federation; the court confirmed that the 2012 disafiiliation was legal.

Then in 1994 CS Universitatea Craiova was dissolved as a football section of the sport club and FC Universitatea Craiova continued the football tradition until 2011.

On 2 March 2013, the club announced that it filed a request to rejoin the competitions, starting from the 2013–14 season.[13] It will play in Liga II. Universitatea Craiova officially rejoined the competition on 27 August 2013, when defeated SCM Argeşul Piteşti in the fourth round of the Romanian Cup, qualifying to the fifth round of the competition.

Extensiv Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Craiova, Romania opened in 1949. It is used mostly for football matches and since 2015 it is the home ground of Universitatea Craiova. The stadium holds 7,000 people. The stadium was the home ground of Extensiv Craiova. In 2005 when Extensiv Craiova dissolved, the stadium was abandoned: plants and flowers grew on the pitch and the chairs were broken, but it was saved by Craiova's old boys' team.

The football history in the city of Craiova began in the year 1921, when the first teams were founded: Craiovan Craiova and Rovine Griviţa Craiova.

In September 2014, the club has officially gone bankrupt after a decision from a Court.[1]

That generation of players was nicknamed Craiova Maxima and included Ilie Balaci, Rodion Cămătaru, Costică Ştefănescu, Zoltan Crişan, Ion Geolgău, Aurică Beldeanu, Costică Donose, Silviu Lung etc.

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The manufacturer that makes Universitatea Craiova's shirts is Joma. The arrangement was set up for 2 seasons, starting from the 2015-2016.[11]

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In 1991, Universitatea Craiova won for the last time the Championship and the Romanian Cup, under Sorin Cârţu as coach.

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On 9 June 2016, justice has decided, finally and irrevocably, that CS Universitatea Craiova is the rightful owner of record, brand and logo of Craiova football. CS Universitatea Craiova, club founded in 1948, remains therefore with the record intact, four league titles and six cups of Romania, because since 1994 when FC Universitatea Craiova was founded, team never has won anything.[15]

Universitatea Craiova is owned by two Romanian businessmen, Mihai Rotaru and Adrian Andrici.

I believe that this team is the successor of the one established in 1948, under the auspices of the Senate of the University of Craiova.

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On 14 August 2013, Universitatea Craiova was provisionally affiliated to Romanian Football Federation (FRF), due the problems with licensing file.[7] After resolving several problems with, it was introduced in Liga II. U Craiova debuted in the competition season on 27 August, when defeated with 6-1 Pandurii II Târgu Jiu, in the fourth round of the Romanian Cup.[8]