Romania Score
UEFA European Championship
Iceland 1
Romania 2
2
1
L
Spain 1
Romania 1
5
0
L
Romania 2
Sweden 1
0
2
L
Romania 2
Norway
1
1
D
International Friendly
Romania 2
Belarus 2
5
3
W
UEFA Nations League
Northern Ireland
Romania
1
1
D
Romania 2
Austria 4
0
1
L
Norway 1
Romania 1
4
0
L
Austria
Romania 3
2
3
W
Romania 2
Northern Ireland 1 3
1
1
D
Romania Player
# Name Position
18
Razvan Marin Central Midfield
1
Cristian Emanuel Balgradean Goalkeeper
12
Anton Ciprian Tatarusanu Goalkeeper
16
David Lazar Goalkeeper
 
Silviu Lung Goalkeeper
4
Bogdan Alexandru Mitrea Defender
5
Ionut Nedelcearu Defender
6
Iulian Cristea Defender
11
Cristian Ganea Defender
14
Cristian Albu Defender
15
Bogdan Tiru Defender
21
Cristian Manea Defender
22
Mario Jorge Malino Paulino, Camora Defender
 
Mihai Alexandru Balasa Defender
 
Dragos Grigore Defender
2
Alexandru Cretu Midfielder
8
Dan Nistor Midfielder
17
Eric Cosmin Bicfalvi Midfielder
19
Florin Lucian Tanase Midfielder
 
Florin Bogdan Stefan Midfielder
 
Romario Benzar Midfielder
 
Valentin Alexandru Midfielder
 
Mihai Balasa Midfielder
 
Alexandru Mitrita Midfielder
 
Alexandru Cicaldau Midfielder
23
Alexandru Baluta Forward
 
Gabriel Iancu Forward
 
Claudiu Keseru Forward
 
Sergiu Florin Bus Forward
3
Alin Tosca Right Wing
20
Dennis Man Right Wing
 
Sergiu Hanca Right Wing
 
Nicusor Bancu Left Midfield
10
Alexandru Maxim Attacking Midfield
 
Ianis Hagi Attacking Midfield
 
Ioan Ciprian Deac Attacking Midfield
 
Nicolae Stanciu Attacking Midfield
 
Cristian Baluta Defensive Midfield
13
Vasile Mogos Right Back
 
Valentin Cretu Right Back
 
Florinel Coman Centre Back
 
Adrian Rusu Centre Back
 
Andrei Burca Centre Back
 
Constantin Valentin Budescu Centre Back
 
Vlad Chiriches Centre Back
 
Florin Nita Centre Back
7
Denis Alibec Centre Forward
9
George Puscas Centre Forward
 
Mirel Radoi Coach
About Romania
Romania logo
  • Name: Romania
  • City:
  • Home Stadium: National Arena
  • Established Date: 1909
  • Coach: Mirel Radoi
The Romania national football team (Romanian: Echipa na?ional? de fotbal a Romaniei) represents Romania in international men's football competition, and is administered by the Romanian Football Federation. They are colloquially known as Tricolorii (The Tricolours). Romania is one of the only four national teams from Europe—the other three being Yugoslavia, France, and Belgium—that took part in the first FIFA World Cup in 1930. Since that performance, Romania have qualified for the 1934, 1938, 1970, 1990, 1994 and 1998 editions. Led by playmaker Gheorghe Hagi, the team's finest hour came in 1994 when it reached the quarter-finals. They were eliminated by Sweden on a penalty shoot-out after having previously defeated Argentina. At the European Championships, Romania's best performance was in 2000 when they advanced to the quarter-finals from a group with Germany, Portugal and England, before falling to eventual runners-up Italy. They also reached the last eight in 1960 and 1972, and qualified for the 1984, 1996, 2008 and 2016 tournaments.