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Minaur Baia Mare
| 06 May 23 ||Slatina || ||1 - 0 || ||Minaur Baia|| || Stadionul 1 Mai|
| 29 Apr 23 ||Minaur Baia || ||0 - 1 || ||1599 Șelimbăr|| || Stadionul Viorel Mat|
| 22 Apr 23 ||Unirea Slobozia || ||0 - 0 || ||Minaur Baia|| || Stadionul 1 Mai|
| 14 Apr 23 ||Minaur Baia || ||1 - 1 || ||Csikszereda|| || Stadionul Viorel Mat|
| 01 Apr 23 ||Metaloglobus || ||0 - 0 || ||Minaur Baia|| || Stadionul Metaloglob|
CS Minaur Baia Mare, commonly known as Minaur Baia Mare, simply as Baia Mare or unofficially as Minerul Baia Mare, is a Romanian football club, based in Baia Mare, Maramureș County, northern Romania, founded in 1948. It currently plays in Romania's 2nd Division, Liga II, after promoting at the end of the 2021–22 season.Team Members
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Stadionul Viorel Mateianu is a multi-purpose stadium in Baia Mare, Romania. It is the home ground of Minaur Baia Mare. It holds 15,500 people.
It was built in the early 1950s. The stands used to be overcrowded during Minerul Baia Mare's golden era when between 20,000 and 25,000 people used to come and see the local team playing.
Big names of European football, such as Real Madrid and Steaua Bucharest, played on this stadium in the past.
The stadium is ranked 22nd in order of capacity in Romania.
Previously the stadium was named 23 August and Dealul Florilor.
The stadium is named after Viorel Mateianu, the famous coach that trained FC Baia Mare between 1977 and 1981.Trophies Fanart