Vaslui's biggest victory is 9–0 against Ceahlăul Piatra Neamț II in 2003. Vaslui's heaviest defeat, 2–5, came against UTA Arad in 2006. Vaslui's 3–1 win against FK Liepājas Metalurgs in the UEFA Cup was the largest victory in Europe competition for the club.

The official team colours are yellow and green, giving rise to the nickname yellow-greens, but lately their away strip consisted of white with black stripes.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Vaslui's last manager was Liviu Ciobotariu, who was in charge from 8 October 2013 until 24 April 2014, when he resigned due to the financial problems. Costinel Botez was interim until 19 May, when Vaslui officially relegated from Liga I.

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The footballers enlisted below have had international cap(s) for their respective countries at junior and/or senior level. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for FC Vaslui.

Fotbal Club Vaslui is a Romanian football club from Vaslui, which due to financial issues was relegated from Liga I, the top level of Romanian football, despite finishing 5th at the end of the season 2013–14. Formed in 2002 as Fotbal Club Municipal Vaslui, the club assumed its final name in 2014.

Vaslui's first competitive game was a 3–1 victory in Divizia C against Viitorul Hârlău. Mike Temwanjera holds Vaslui's overall appearance record – he played 202 matches over the course of 7 seasons from 2007 until 2014, and he also holds the record for League appearances with 174.

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Following its promotion to Liga I in 2005, the club has become one of the most prominent in Romania. It has gained a European spot in each of the past five seasons, narrowly missing the championship in 2012, and losing its first Romanian Cup final in 2010. Since their foundation the club have finished each season in a higher rank than in the previous.

In its second season in the European competitions, despite winning in the first leg, FC Vaslui failed to qualify in the Europa League Group Stages for the second time, after they lost by three goals against AEK Athens.[25] Despite its unsuccessful European season, Vaslui had an excelennt domestic season, finishing 3rd in the championship,[26] and reaching the Romanian Cup final.[27]