1937–38 Divizia A

Divizia A
Season 1937–38
Champions Ripensia Timişoara[1]
Top goalscorer Ludovic Thierjung (22)

The 1937–38 Divizia A was the twenty-sixth season of Divizia A, the top-level football league of Romania.

League tables

Group 1

Pos
Club
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Comments
1 Rapid Bucureşti
18
12
2
4
41
16
+25
26
2 AMEF Arad
18
12
2
4
48
25
+23
26
3 Victoria Cluj
18
10
3
5
40
25
+15
23
4 Chinezul Timişoara
18
9
2
7
57
37
+20
20
5 Phoenix Baia Mare
18
9
2
7
30
30
0
20
6 Unirea Tricolor Bucureşti
18
6
6
6
32
36
-4
18
Relegated to Divizia B
7 Clubul Atletic Oradea
18
5
4
9
29
36
-7
14
8 Jiul Petroşani
18
5
4
9
29
36
-7
14
9 Dacia Unirea Brăila
18
4
2
12
21
48
-27
10
10 Olimpia-CFR Satu Mare
18
2
5
11
13
40
-27
9

Group 2

Pos
Club
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Comments
1 Ripensia Timişoara
18
15
0
3
63
25
+38
30
Champion of Romania
2 Venus Bucureşti
18
13
3
2
64
16
+48
29
3 Gloria Arad
18
9
6
3
41
24
+17
24
4 Juventus Bucureşti
18
7
5
6
30
31
-1
19
5 Sportul Studenţesc Bucureşti
18
7
4
7
33
34
-1
18
6 Universitatea Cluj
18
7
2
9
33
50
-13
16
Relegated to Divizia B
7 Vulturii Textila Lugoj
18
6
2
10
24
41
-17
14
8 Crişana Oradea
18
5
1
12
23
40
-17
11
9 Aripile-CFR Braşov
18
4
3
11
26
45
-19
11
10 Dragoş Vodă Cernăuţi
18
4
0
14
26
57
-31
8

Final

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Rapid Bucureşti 0–4 Ripensia Timişoara 0–2 0–2

References

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