CFR will face Cluj Bionic Yerevan, in the first round of the UEFA Champions League

CFR Cluj will meet Armenian team Pyonek Yerevan in the first preliminary round of the UEFA Champions League, according to the draw held on Tuesday, in Nyon.

CFR will play the first match in Armenia on July 5 or 6, and the second round will take place in Cluj-Napoca, on July 12 or 13. Pionik won his fifteenth Armenian title last season with 75 points, one point ahead of his rival FC Ararat Armenia. Bionic had never met a Romanian team in European Cups before.

Instead, CFR Cluj faced the Armenian side Alashkert in 2018, in the third preliminary round of the European League, winning the rounds 5-0 and 2-0. The draw for the second qualifying round of the Champions League is scheduled for Tuesday (matches on 19/20 respectively on 26 and 27 July).

CFR Cluj won its fifth consecutive title for the Romanian football champion, on Sunday evening, after beating the University of Craiova 2-1 (1-0), at its home, in a match of the ninth, penultimate, stage of the Romanian League. Intermediate stage of the first league.

The Dan Petrescu team has four points ahead of its main pursuit, FCSB, ahead of the final stage of the playoffs. It should be noted that at the end of the regular season, the CFR team had 14 more points than the FCSB.

In doing so, CFR Cluj won its eighth title, after 2008, 2010, 2012, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021.

Read also – Cluj dominates Romanian sport. U BT Cluj Napoca is the new champion of the Men’s National Basketball League

The Men’s National Basketball Association chose its champion, after BT Cluj-Napoca won its fourth final with Volentari 85-74, bringing the overall score to 3-1. Next season, U BT Cluj Napoca will play live in the UEFA Champions League groups.

BT Cluj Napoca University managed to win the first match of the final, played in the best 5-game system, at home, with a score of 87-65, after which it lost in the second match, to its fans, by 74. -69.

In the third match, the Transylvanian team won 92-84, in the Volentari match, then won the match 4, 85-74.

And so last season’s men’s basketball champion, U Banca Transilvania Cluj, remains in possession of the National League Cup.

UPT Cluj won the fourth title in its history, with a 3-1 overall score, and seventh for Cluj basketball.

The main scorers of the match were Richard (19) and Stewart (16) for UPT Cluj, Moldovino (14) and Thompson (14) for CSO Voluntari. CSO Voluntari played the first final of the National League, earning the title of Vice Champion for the first time.

Third place in the tournament was won by CSM Oradea, who defeated FC Argeş Piteşti in two out of three matches (110-59 and 93-61).

Next season, U BT Cluj will play directly in the groups of the Basketball Champions League, having reached the quarter-finals this year.

U Cluj in the first football league after 7 years

Fans of the University of Cluj, at midnight, after the match with Dinamo, bathed in the fountain in Avram Iancu Square in Cluj-Napoca, after the team returned to the first league. Some of them also went to Gruya district, to CFR Stadium. – To display an animating message.

Dinamo Bucharest fell for the first time in its history in the first football league, after it ended in a 1-1 (1-1) draw with the University of Cluj, on Sunday evening, at its home, in the second leg of the maintenance. dam/promotion.

Dynamo, who played uninterrupted in the first level in 1948, were defeated 2-0 by the League in the League. The University of Cluj, which finished the season third in the league’s second playoff round, returns to the first tier after a seven-year hiatus. Dinamo, which finished eighth in the qualifiers, is the second most decorated club in League One, with 18 titles and 13 Roman Cups.

Supporters of the University of Cluj, who did not travel to Bucharest, bathed at midnight in the fountain on Avram Janko Square in Cluj-Napoca. Some of them also went to the neighborhood of Gruia, to CFR Stadium, to show a message. See the original article here!

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