Team, Place & City Details

FC Universitatea Galați

Fotbal Club Universitatea Galați, commonly known as Universitatea Galați, or simply U Galați, is a Romanian women's football club based in Galați, Galați County, Romania. The team was founded in 2015 and promoted to Liga I at the end of the 2017–18 season, as the winner of the first series of the Liga II.Universitatea Galați plays its home matches on Siderurgistul Stadium with a capacity of 6,000 seats.

CSU Galați (volleyball)

CSU Galați is a Romanian women's volleyball club based in Galaţi. The club plays in the Divizia A1, the highest Romanian league.

FCM Dunărea Galați

Dunărea Galați was a Romanian professional football club from Galați, Galați county, south-east Romania, founded in 1970. The club was dissolved in 2014.

CSM Oradea (men's handball)

CSM Oradea is a men's handball team based in Oradea, Bihor County, Romania. It competes in the 2019-2020 Divizia A seria D season.

Club Atletic Oradea

Asociația Club Sportiv CAO 1910 Oradea, commonly known as Club Atletic Oradea , CA Oradea, or simply as CAO, is an amateur Romanian football club based in Oradea, Bihor County. The team was founded as Nagyváradi Atletikai Club in 1910, when Transylvania was part of Austria-Hungary.

CSM U Oradea

CSM Oradea is a Romania professional basketball club, based in Oradea, Transilvania. The club competes in the Liga Națională, the highest level of basketball in Romania.

CSM Digi Oradea

CSM Digi Oradea is a Romanian water polo club from Oradea in Bihor County. Currently it plays in Romanian Superliga.

CSU Galați

CSU Galați may refer to:

CSM Oradea

CSM Oradea is a Romanian sports society from Oradea, Romania, founded in 2003.

Galatia
Galatia

Galatia was an ancient area in the highlands of central Anatolia, roughly corresponding to the provinces of Ankara and Eskişehir, in modern Turkey. Galatia was named after the Gauls from Thrace (cf.

Galatia, Kansas
Galatia, Kansas

Galatia is a city in Barton County, Kansas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 39.

Galatian War
Galatian War

The Galatian War was a war between the Galatian Gauls and the Roman Republic supported by their allies Pergamum in 189 BC. The war was fought in Galatia in central Asia Minor, in present-day Turkey. The Romans had just defeated the Seleucids in the Roman-Syrian War and had forced them to thereby sue for peace.

Galatians 2
Galatians 2

Galatians 2 is the second chapter of the Epistle to the Galatians in the New Testament of the Christian Bible. It is authored by Paul the Apostle for the churches in Galatia, written between 49–58 CE. This chapter contains the meeting account of Paul, Barnabas and Christians in Jerusalem, considered as "one of the most momentous events in the earliest Christianity", and the dispute between Paul and Peter.