Team, Place & City Details

CSA Steaua București (basketball)

Steaua București is the basketball section of CSA Steaua București sport club, based in Bucharest, Romania. Being part of one of Romania's biggest sports clubs, famous especially for its football team, Steaua's basketball club enjoyed plenty of success over the years, but also disappointments.

2005–06 FC Steaua București season

The 2005–06 season was FC Steaua București's 58th season since its founding in 1947.

CSA Steaua București (handball)

CSA Steaua București is a Romanian professional handball club based in Bucharest, Romania. It competes in the Romanian Handball League.

Steaua Rangers

Steaua Rangers is a Romanian ice hockey team that currently plays in the Romanian Hockey League. They play their home games at Mihai Flamaropol.

CSA Steaua București (rugby)

CSA Steaua București is a professional Romanian rugby union club from Ghencea, south-west București, which plays in the CEC Bank SuperLiga, the first division of Romanian rugby. They are the most successful Romanian rugby union team in the Romanian SuperLiga with 24 championship wins and 15 cup wins.

Steaua București league record by opponent
Steaua București league record by opponent

Steaua București is a Romanian professional association football club based in Bucharest. The club was formed in Bucharest in 1947 at the initiative of several officers of the Romanian Royal House as Asociația Sportivă a Armatei București, before being renamed as Clubul Sportiv Central al Armatei București in 1948.

Csíkszék

Csíkszék was one of the Székely seats in the historical Székely Land. It administered two sub-seats (Hungarian: fiúszék, Latin: sedes filialis), namely Gyergyószék and Kászonszék.

Gheorgheni
Gheorgheni

Gheorgheni ) is a municipality in Harghita County, Romania. It lies in the Székely Land, an ethno-cultural region in eastern Transylvania.

Lăzarea
Lăzarea

Lăzarea is a commune in Harghita County, Romania. It lies in the Székely Land, an ethno-cultural region in eastern Transylvania, and is composed of two villages: Ghiduț / Güdüc Lăzarea / GyergyószárhegyIt is one of the oldest settlements in the area, and is now a tourist and cultural centre.