Stadionul Regie

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Template:Infobox stadium Regie Stadium, also known as Sportul Studen?esc Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Bucharest, Romania. It is used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Sportul Studen?esc. The stadium has 10,020 seats.<ref>F. C. Sportul Studen?esc</ref>

History

The stadium was built in the 1920s, and until the Second World War it belonged to Belvedere FC. During that time, the stadium had only one West stand and also an oval athletic track around the pitch. In 1955, the stadium changed ownership from CAM (Casa Autonoma a Monopulului) to the Ministry of Education. Consequently the Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest and its football club, Stiinta (later Politehnica, and now Sportul Studen?esc), was allowed to train and play their home games here.

In 1972, after FC Sportul Studen?esc promoted to the Romanian First Division, the stadium was renovated for the first time. With the help of, back then TMUCB Director, Mr. Barbu Emil "Mac" Popescu, the athletic track was removed and the North, South, and East stands were built. Soil excavated from the construction of the Bucharest subway system was used to build the aforementioned stands.

In 2004, following FC Sportul Studen?esc's latest promotion to the Romanian First Division, the stadium was renovated yet again in order to meet FIFA's latest safety, occupancy, and access requirements. One of the most noticeable aesthetic changes to the stadium was the installation of white plastic seats, thus reducing its capacity from 15,000 to 10,020.

Notable matches

Sportul Studen?esc - Domestic Championship

  • 08.11.2009: Liga II - Sportul Studen?esc - CSM Ramnicu Sarat 8-0, Attendance 500 - Largest home win
  • 23.09.2006: Liga II - Sportul Studen?esc - Prefab Modelu 0-5, Attendance 200 - Largest home defeat in Liga II
  • 07.05.2003: Liga I - Sportul Studen?esc - Dinamo Bucharest 5-6, Attendance 2,000 - Most goals in a home defeat
  • 12.03.1997: Liga I - Sportul Studen?esc - Dinamo Bucharest 0-5, Attendance 7,000 - Largest home defeat in Liga I
  • 03.12.1989: Liga I- Sportul Studen?esc - Steaua Bucharest 0-5 - Largest home defeat in Liga I
  • 18.06.1986: Liga I - Sportul Studen?esc - FC Olt Scornicesti 7-5 - Most goals in one game

Sportul Studen?esc - European Cups

  • 09.12.1987: UEFA Cup, 3rd Round, 2nd Leg - Sportul Studen?esc - Hellas Verona 0-1(0-0), Attendance 15,000 - Last game in UEFA Cup
  • 04.11.1987: UEFA Cup, 2nd Round, 2nd Leg - Sportul Studen?esc - Brøndby 3-0(1-0), Attendance 14,000
  • 15.09.1987: UEFA Cup, 1st Round, 1st Leg - Sportul Studen?esc - GKS Katowice 1-0(0-0), Attendance 13,000
  • 22.10.1986: UEFA Cup, 2nd Round, 1st Leg - Sportul Studen?esc - KAA Gent 0-3(0-1), Attendance 11,000
  • 17.09.1986: UEFA Cup, 1st Round, 1st Leg - Sportul Studen?esc - Omonia Nicosia 1-0(0-0), Attendance 10,000
  • 03.12.1985: UEFA Cup, 1st Round, 2nd Leg - Sportul Studen?esc - Neuchâtel Xamax 4-4(4-2), Attendance 15,000 - First game in UEFA Cup

Romanian Cup Finals

  • 30.04.1994: Gloria Bistrita - Universitatea Craiova 1-0(1-0), Attendance 7,000
  • 24.06.1992: Steaua Bucharest - Politehnica Timi?oara 3-2(1-1,1-1), Attendance 8,000

Romanian Super Cup Finals

  • 05.08.1995: Steaua Bucharest - Petrolul Ploiesti 2-0(1-0), Attendance 10,000

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