Romania National Football Team 2023/2024 Squad, Players, Stadium, Kits, and much more

Romania National Football Team Squad, Players, Stadium, Kits, and much more

The Romania national football team represents Romania in international men’s soccer competitions and is administered by the Romanian Football Federation (Romanian: Federația Română de Fotbal), also known as FRF. They are known colloquially as Tricolorii (The Tricolors).

Here in this article, you will get to know about Romania National Football Team 2023/24 Players, Squad, History, Stadium, Nickname, Kits, and more.

Romania National Football Team Profile Summary

Nickname(s)Tricolorii (The Tricolours)
AssociationFederația Română de Fotbal (FRF)
ConfederationUEFA (Europe)
Head coachEdward Iordănescu
CaptainVlad Chiricheș
Most capsDorinel Munteanu (134)
Top scorerGheorghe Hagi
Adrian Mutu (35)
Home stadiumVarious
FIFA codeROU

About Romania National Football Team

The Romania national football team represents Romania in international men’s soccer competitions and is administered by the Romanian Football Federation (Romanian: Federația Română de Fotbal), also known as the FRF. They are known colloquially as Tricolorii (The Tricolors).

Romania is one of four national teams from Europe (the other three being Belgium, France, and Yugoslavia) that participated in the inaugural FIFA World Cup in 1930. Including that participation, Romania qualified for seven editions of the World Cup, the last in 1998. The best moment for the national team came in 1994, when led by midfielder Gheorghe Hagi they defeated Argentina 3-2 in the round of 16. This took them to the quarter-finals of the competition, where they were eliminated by Sweden on a penalty shooting.

Romania National Football Team 2023/2024 players Squad?

No.Pos.PlayerDate of birth (age)CapsGoalsClub
1GKIonuț Radu28-05-1997 (25)20Cremonese
12GKHorațiu Moldovan20-01-1998 (24)00Rapid București
16GKȘtefan Târnovanu09-05-2000 (22)00FC Steaua București
2DFAndrei Rațiu20-06-1998 (24)101Huesca
3DFBogdan Mitrea29-09-1987 (34)11Universitatea Craiova
4DFCristian Manea09-08-1997 (25)202CFR Cluj
5DFIonuț Nedelcearu25-04-1996 (26)232Palermo
11DFNicușor Bancu18-09-1992 (30)282Universitatea Craiova
17DFAdrian Rus18-03-1996 (26)160Pisa
22DFMário Camora10-11-1986 (35)90CFR Cluj
DFAndrei Burcă15-04-1993 (29)130CFR Cluj
6MFTudor Băluță27-03-1999 (23)80Farul Constanța
8MFAlexandru Cicâldău08-07-1997 (25)263Ittihad Kalba
10MFNicolae Stanciu (captain)07-05-1993 (29)5611Wuhan Three Towns
13MFDeian Sorescu29-08-1997 (25)90Raków Częstochowa
14MFMarius Marin30-08-1998 (24)70Pisa
15MFDarius Olaru03-03-1998 (24)70FC Steaua București
18MFRăzvan Marin23-05-1996 (26)432Empoli
20MFDennis Man26-08-1998 (24)165Parma
23MFAndrei Cordea24-06-1999 (23)40FC Steaua București
MFFlorinel Coman10-04-1998 (24)50FC Steaua București
MFNicolae Păun19-01-1999 (23)10Sepsi OSK
MFDaniel Boloca22-12-1998 (23)00Frosinone
7FWDenis Alibec05-01-1991 (31)272Farul Constanța
9FWGeorge Pușcaș08-04-1996 (26)3210Genoa
19FWFlorin Tănase30-12-1994 (27)152Al Jazira
21FWDenis Drăguș06-07-1999 (23)30Standard Liège

Romania National Football Team Home Stadium

The Romanian national team mainly plays its home games at the Arena Națională in Bucharest, the country’s largest stadium, which was opened in 2011 and has a capacity of 55,600 seats. The National Stadium is a Category 4 venue and hosted the 2012 UEFA Europa League Final and UEFA Euro 2020.

Other matches, including not only friendlies but also qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European Championship, have been played in recent years at other venues such as the Cluj Arena (Cluj-Napoca), the Ion Oblemenco stadium (Craiova), Steaua Stadium (Bucharest), or the smaller stadiums Ilie Oană (Ploiești), Dr. Constantin Rădulescu (Cluj-Napoca) and Rapid-Giulești (Bucharest)

Romania National Football Team Home Stadium
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Romania National Football Team Kit

Romania’s kits have been supplied by Spanish company Joma since 2015, which replaced Adidas after a three-decade contract. In 2017, the Romanian Football Federation announced its first brand identity and a new kit; the new emblem refers to the coat of arms of the five Romanian provinces with the intention of symbolizing the unity of Romania.

Romania National Football Team Kit
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Kit sponsorship

Kit providerPeriod
Le Coq Sportif1977–1983
Adidas1984–2015
Joma2015–present

Romania National Football Team world rankings

Current48 (2 December 2023)
Highest3 (September 1997)
Lowest57 (February 2011, September 2012)

Romania National Football Team trophies

  • FIFA World Cup
    • Quarter-finals (1): 1994
    • Round of 16 (4): 1934, 1938, 1990, 1998
  • UEFA European Football Championship
    • Quarter-finals (1): 2000
  • Football at the Summer Olympics
    • Fifth-place (1): 1964
    • Round of 16 (1): 1924
  • Balkan Cup:
    • Winners (4) – Record: 1929–31, 1933, 1936, 1977–80
    • Runners-up (1): 1973–76

Conclusion

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Source: FootballArroyo.co.uk

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