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Craiova Maxima "The Maximum Craiova" was the second golden generation of Universitatea and a team that recorded, especially in the early and mid 80's, the most notable continental performance in the history of the club.
It was a squad composed by a lot of players that grew up in the proximity of the first golden team and also this team gave a large part of the 'skeleton' of the Romania national football team such as: At the end of the —80 has been crowned the champion of Romania for the second time.
The team caught wings and made a fantastic —81 season, managing the historical double, the cup and the championship. As a result of this performance, the students qualified for the —82 European Cup where Craiova Maxima became more and more visible by eliminating Olympiacos and KB , being stopped in the quarter-finals by Bayern Munich , in aggregate, an historical performance for the Romanian football at that time.
The long-standing presence in the European Cups affected the team, which finished only on 2nd place, but qualifying in the UEFA Cup and writing history throughout the —83 season, being the first team in the history of Romania that qualified in a European Cup semifinals.
In the semi-final, Universitatea encountered Benfica , two times European champions and three times European Cup finalists at that time.
After two draws, the Portuguese side advanced to the final on aggregate away goals. In the Divizia A, the team finished again on the 2nd place.
The following years have found Universitatea Craiova as a constant presence in the first part of the standing: Also the team had a constant presence in the European Cups eliminating remarkable teams such as: In , CS Universitatea Craiova touched again the peak of the Romanian football, when the event is being held again.
However, in the same year, the CS Universitatea Craiova sports club dissolved its football section  and Fotbal Club Universitatea Craiova continued its tradition until the early s until , the club was still controlled by the Ministry of National Education.
In this troubled period of history, FC U won a Romanian Cup in and reached three finals, in , and The results were far from what fans were used to expect from their team.
An important cause was the faulty management of the s and early s, also as a result of the fall of communism , which led to the relegation, when 41 consecutive years of Divizia A were celebrated.
CS U claimed that it owns all of the Universitatea honours,  and that the sports club did not offer its records to FC U Craiova, which was considered a new club; this was confirmed in justice in June  and reaffirmed by LPF in November On 14 August , CS Universitatea Craiova was provisionally affiliated to the Romanian Football Federation, following complications with licensing file.
After the promotion, Universitatea ended the —15 campaign on the 5th place. Milan , Craiova leaving the competition after 0—3 on aggregate.
Ion Oblemenco Stadium was a multi-purpose stadium in Craiova, Romania. It was used mostly for football matches and was the home ground of Universitatea Craiova.
The stadium used to hold up to 25, people before it was demolished. The stadium was opened on 29 October with national teams of Romania and Poland scoring 2 goals each and was originally named Central Stadium.
Following the death of Universitatea Craiova legend Ion Oblemenco in , the stadium was renamed in his honour.
In , the stadium underwent a major renovation. The stadium was entirely demolished in and was replaced with an all-seater stadium.
The new Ion Oblemenco Stadium , with a capacity of 30, seats, was inaugurated on 10 November with a friendly match between Universitatea Craiova and Czech club Slavia Prague.
Universitatea Craiova has many fans in Craiova and especially in the region of Oltenia , but also in Romania , being the third-most supported team in the country tied with CFR Cluj , as shown in a survey.
Many ultras groups exist, but in a strong division among the fans occurred due to the uncertainty regarding the true identities of the two clubs which claim the record of Universitatea.
After some time, the fact that CS Universitatea Craiova acquired most of the records and also obtained good results have attracted public on the team's side and two new ultras groups were founded: North Lions  and Peluza Nord Craiova.
The two finished with an equal number of points in the national championship, but Dinamo was awarded the title due to having a slightly superior goal difference.
Throughout time the club had local competition with sides such as Extensiv Craiova and, from , FC U Craiova, the entity which as well claims the Universitatea record.
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