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All about the Romania Liga I Women

The Romania Liga 1 Women is the top tier of women’s football leagues in Romania. The league was established in 1990 as Divizia A. In 2006, it was renamed Liga I along with its male counterparts. 7 years later, the competition was played under the name Superliga. Since 2017, it has been restructured and back-named as Liga I. The champion club of the league qualifies for the UEFA Women’s Champions League. Whereas, the two bottom teams are relegated to the Liga II (Liga 2).

 

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How is the format of the Romania Liga I Women?

The league was played among 12 teams at its creation in 1990. It has suffered many changes since then. In some years, a playoff was held to determine the champion. Almost all seasons are played in a double round-robin format. The specific information is displayed in the below table. 

U Olimpia Cluj is considered the most successful club in the Liga I Women with 10 titles until now. They are also the current champions of the league in the 2020-21 season. Clujana Cluj ranks second with 7 titles. Besides, some other teams also have impressive results in the league such as Fartec Brașov (4 titles), Motorul Oradea (3 titles), Conpet Ploiești, Regal București (2 titles) and CFR Craiova, FCM Târgu Mureș (1 title each). 

 

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Romanian Liga I Women Table

Edition

Season

Champions

Runner-up

No. Teams

System

1

1990–91 Divizia A

ICIM Brașov

 

12

 

2

1991–92 Divizia A

CFR Craiova

     

3

1992–93 Divizia A

ICIM Brașov

     

4

1993–94 Divizia A

Fartec Brașov

     

5

1994–95 Divizia A

Fartec Brașov

     

6

1995–96 Divizia A

Interindustrial Oradea

     

7

1996–97 Divizia A

Motorul Oradea

     

8

1997–98 Divizia A

Motorul Oradea

     

9

1998–99 Divizia A

Conpet Ploiești

     

10

1999–2000 Divizia A

Conpet Ploiești

     

11

2000–01 Divizia A

Regal București

 

7

 

12

2001–02 Divizia A

Regal București

Șantierul Naval Constanța

7

2 divisions (West/South) with 3 or 4 teams each- playing a double round-robin. The first two places each qualify to the final tournament (single-leg semifinals and finals).

13

2002–03 Divizia A

Clujana Cluj

Șantierul Naval Constanța

8

2 divisions (West/South) with 4 teams each. They play a sextuple round robin. The first two places each qualify to the final (single-leg semifinals and finals).

14

2003–04 Divizia A

Clujana Cluj

Crișul Aleșd

   

15

2004–05 Divizia A

Clujana Cluj

Pandurii Târgu Jiu

   

16

2005–06 Divizia A

Clujana Cluj

Pandurii Târgu Jiu

8

2 divisions (West/South) with 4 teams each, playing a double round-robin. The first two places in each division enter the Championship play-off (4 teams playing a single round-robin).

17

2006–07 Liga I

Clujana Cluj

Pandurii Târgu Jiu

9

Double round-robin. The First 4 teams compete in the Championship play-off (single round-robin).

18

2007–08 Liga I

Clujana Cluj

CSȘ Târgoviște

8

Double round-robin.

19

2008–09 Liga I

Clujana Cluj

Ripensia Timișoara

12

Double round-robin.

20

2009–10 Liga I

FCM Târgu Mureş

Sporting Craiova

12

Double round-robin.

21

2010–11 Liga I

Olimpia Cluj

FCM Târgu Mureş

13

Double round-robin.

22

2011–12 Liga I

Olimpia Cluj

FCM Târgu Mureş

20

2 divisions (East/West) with 10 teams each- playing a double round-robin format. The first two placed teams in each division qualify in the Championship play-off (4 teams playing a double round-robin).

23

2012–13 Liga I

Olimpia Cluj

FCM Târgu Mureş

18

3 divisions (East/West/South) with 6 teams each- playing a double round-robin. The two best teams in each division qualify in the Championship play-off (6 teams playing a double round-robin). The third-placed in each division qualifies in the Superliga qualification play-off (3 teams playing a double round-robin). Last two places in each division qualify in the play-out (2 Groups of 4 teams playing a double round-robin).

24

2013–14 Superliga

Olimpia Cluj

FCM Târgu Mureş

8

Double round-robin. The First 4 teams qualify for the Championship play-off, while the bottom 4 teams play in the Relegation play-off.

25

2014–15 Superliga

Olimpia Cluj

ASA Târgu Mureş

8

Double round-robin. The First 4 teams qualify for the Championship play-off, while the bottom 4 teams play in the Relegation play-off.

26

2015–16 Superliga

Olimpia Cluj

ASA Târgu Mureş

8

Double round-robin. The First 4 teams qualify for the Championship play-off, while the bottom 4 teams play in the Relegation play-off.

27

2016–17 Superliga

Olimpia Cluj

Năvobi Iași

10

Double round-robin.

28

2017–18 Liga I

Olimpia Cluj

Vasas Femina Odorhei

10

Double round-robin.

29

2018–19 Liga I

U Olimpia Cluj

Fortuna Becicherecu Mic

10

Double round-robin. The first 3 teams are eligible for the Championship play-off (double round-robin). The next 3 teams qualify for a mid-table tournament (double round-robin), and the remaining teams play in the play-out (double round-robin).

30

2019–20 Liga I

U Olimpia Cluj

Universitatea Galați

12

A double round-robin planned, but only a single round-robin completed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

31

2020–21 Liga I

U Olimpia Cluj

ACS Heniu Prundu

12

Originally drawn as a double round-robin for 14 teams. The format changed to a 12 team single round-robin regular season. The top 6 teams qualify for the Championship play-off (double round-robin), while the bottom 6 teams play in the play-out (double round-robin).

Reference Sources 

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liga_I_(women%27s_football)