FC Steaua Bucuresti is a Romanian football club based in Romania's Capital city Bucharest and they play their home matches wearing blue and red shirts supplied by American brand Nike. They are the most successful Romanian football team in European competitions as well in the Romanian Liga I (24 championship wins) and they became the first East European team to win the European Cup, being victorious in the 1986 European Cup final.
Steaua Bucharest is a professional Romanian football club. It was founded in 1947 and is the most successful Romanian team ever. It has won 23 league titles, 20 league cups and 5 Supercups (league winners vs cup winners). The club reached the UEFA Champions League group stages in the 2013-14 season where they played Chelsea, Schalke and FC Basel in the group stages.
Nostalgic design is used to create Steaua Bucharest's all-new away shirt for 2016/17. Posing as the 30th anniversary of their famous 1986 European Cup victory over Barcelona, kit suppliers Nike have taken the shirt worn on that historic day to create Steaua Bucharest's latest away shirt [...]
Romanian club Steaua Bucharest have officially launched their new home kit for the 2015-16 season [...]
Romanian club Steaua Bucharest have officially launched their new away kit for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by Nike, the new away kit for Steaua Bucharest is inspired by the yellow colour seen in the badge as the shirt is primarily coloured yellow [...]
Here is the new Steaua Bucharest Nike home kit for the 2013/14 season [...]
Steaua Bucharest are also Romania's best performers in European competitions they have won the European Champions Cup(now UEFA Champions league) in 1985-86, European Super Cup in 1986 and have also been runners up in the European Champions Cup 1988-89 and Intercontinental Cup 1986.
The club also play several other sports including athletics, basketball, hockey, rugby, cycling, volleyball, tennis and much more. Steaua Bucharest was originally part of a Sports Association created by the Army(CSCA)and it only broke away from the army in 1998 with the only current connection being the Stadionul Ghencea with is owned by the Ministry of Natonal Defence.