|01 Apr 23||Unirea Dej  ||-|| Dinamo Bucuresti|
|08 Apr 23||Dinamo Bucuresti  ||-|| Otelul Galati|
|14 Apr 23||CSA Steaua  ||-|| Dinamo Bucuresti|
|22 Apr 23||Dinamo Bucuresti  ||-|| Politehnica Iași|
|29 Apr 23||SCM Gloria  ||-|| Dinamo Bucuresti|
|19 Mar 23||Dinamo Bucuresti|| ||1 - 1|| ||SCM Gloria|
|12 Mar 23||Dinamo Bucuresti|| ||1 - 1|| ||FC Politehnica|
|04 Mar 23||1599 Șelimbăr|| ||1 - 2|| ||Dinamo Bucuresti|
|27 Feb 23||Dinamo Bucuresti|| ||6 - 0|| ||Unirea Constanța|
|18 Feb 23||Dinamo Bucuresti|| ||2 - 1|| ||Brașov Steagul|
Fotbal Club Dinamo București, commonly known as Dinamo București or simply Dinamo, is a Romanian professional football club based in Bucharest.
Founded in 1948, they have spent their entire history in Romania's top tier, the Liga I. Domestically, Dinamo București is one of the two most successful teams in the country, having won 18 Liga I, 13 Cupa României, two Supercupa României, and one Cupa Ligii. In the 1983–84 season, they became the first Romanian club to reach the semi-finals of the European Cup.
Dinamo's traditional home colours are white and red, while the current crest is a modified version of the one adopted in the 1998. Their home venue is Stadionul Dinamo, although significant matches are also played at Arena Națională. Their bitter rivals are neighbouring FCSB, with the match between the two being commonly referred to as "the Eternal Derby".
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