Victoria Cluj was a football club based in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. It was founded in 1920 and it soon became one of the best teams in the country. The club was dissolved in 1947.
The team of the Mănăştur neighbourhood, at first it was formed by students of the Commercial Academy from Cluj, in 1920 (colours: white-red) as a result of the merger between ''Dacia'' and ''CS Victoria''. One of the men who contributed to the birth of the club was arh. Virgil Salvan.
The club participates at the official competitions in Romania starting with 1921, and plays two consecutive championship finals: in 1921-22 against Chinezul Timişoara 1–5 (team used: Maksay - Husza, Doczi - Polocsai, Szilágy, Chifor - I. Istvánffy, Cipcigan, L. Istvánffy, Szántó, Rozvan); and in 1922-23 again against Chinezul Timişoara 0–3 (team used: A. Molnár - Doczi, Chifor - Polocsai, Szilágy, Farkas - I. Istvánffy, Magyeri, Barabás, Cipcigan, L. Istvánffy).
In 1925-26 it once again won the regional championship, but lost 1-3 at AMEF Arad in the preliminary round of the final tournament.
In 1927 it changed its name to ''România Cluj'', and under this name it qualified for the 1927–28 final tournament, where it lost in the quarter-finals 0–2 at Jiul Lupeni.
At the 1928–29 final tournament again reached the final, only to lose once again, this time to Venus Bucureşti, 2–3. (Team used: A. Molnár - Doczi, Chifor - Doboşan, Bradea, Baba - Tabacu, Deheleanu, Huniade, Cipcigan, Novac). Players who were not used: Pop, Caliani, Albu, Sfera, Mureşan, the Istvánffy brothers, Florea, Sepi II, Bindea, Cobîrzan, Micu, Győrkő, Kinizsi.
The club participates from the very first edition of the divisional Romanian first league. During this period, the people in charge of the club were: prof. univ. Coriolan Tătaru, dr. N. Birăescu, prof. univ. dr. Liviu Pop, Patriciu Curea, Constantin Schipor. The players used were: A. Molnár, Chifor, Chindrean I, Chindrean II, Kreishoffer, Felecan I, Felecan II, Mureşan, Schetan, Ciungan, Fărcăşan, Munteanu I, Munteanu II, Pop I, Cipcigan, Căpuşan, Daci, Pintea, Nistor, Burdan, Straja, Pop II, Pop III, Feraru, Lazăr.
Starting with 1936 the club changes back its name to ''Victoria'' and continues to compete in the First League. Players added were: Burdan, Boşneag, Sepci, Pál, Nistor, Pop IV, Cornea, Cociuban I, Cociuban II, Szantai, Ţăranu, B. Marian.
During World War II the clubs activity is very reduced. It reappears in the 1946-47 edition of the Divizia B, after which it dissolves and disappears.
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