|10 Aug 21||ACS Sirineasa ||-|| CSA Steaua|
|14 Aug 21||CSA Steaua ||-|| Dacia Unirea|
|21 Aug 21||Unirea Slobozia ||-|| CSA Steaua|
|28 Aug 21||CSA Steaua ||-|| Ripensia Timisoara|
|11 Sep 21||Unirea Dej ||-|| CSA Steaua|
|04 Aug 21||CSA Steaua|| ||1 - 0|| ||Csikszereda|
|24 Jul 21||CSA Steaua|| ||3 - 0|| ||Unirea Constanța|
|21 Jul 21||CSA Steaua|| ||2 - 2|| ||Metaloglobus|
|14 Jul 21||CSA Steaua|| ||3 - 1|| ||Astra|
|07 Jul 21||CSA Steaua|| ||6 - 0|| ||OFK Beograd|
Clubul Sportiv al Armatei Steaua București, commonly known as Steaua București or simply Steaua, is a Romanian football club based in Bucharest and one of the sporting sections of CSA Steaua București.
In 2017, the parent club reactivated its football section and entered it into the 2017–18 season of Liga IV, the fourth tier of the Romanian Championship.
According to the club's records and the latest Romanian court order (July 2019), it is the most successful football club in Romania, with national records for winning the domestic trophies, plus the European Cup in 1986 and European Super Cup in 1987. However, ownership of the titles is disputed between two entities, with agencies such as UEFA and LPF attributing all of the original club history to the other club, FCSB.
They play their home matches at Ghencea V, one of the former training fields of the Complexul Sportiv Steaua, as the previous stadium, used by the historic Steaua entity during its heyday, was demolished in order for a new replacement to serve as a training pitch for Euro 2020. The team colours are red and blue.
The club has a long-standing rivalry with neighbouring Dinamo București, with matches between the two being commonly referred to as ""the Eternal Derby"", ""the Romanian Derby"" or ""the Great Derby""."
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