MOLDOVA

 

 

Teams are listed with their current name (highlighted in yellow) or with the last name before their disappearance (highlighted in green). Any previous name with which the team has participated in European competitions is shown in parentheses.

 

 

MOL01 - FC ZIMBRU CHIŞINĂU

 

1947 Dinamo Kishinëv, 1950 Burevestnik Kishinëv, 1958 Moldova Kishinëv, 1966 Avintul Kishinëv, 1967 Moldova Kishinëv, 1973 Nistru Kishinëv, 1991 FC Zimbru Chişinău, 2020 dissolved (in the USSR League until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Stadionul Zimbru; colours: green.

 

MOL02 – CS TILIGUL-TIRAS TIRASPOL  (FC Tiligul Tiraspol)

 

1938 Spartak (in Ukrainian league), 1961 Piscevik, 1963 Luceafărul, 1966 Dnestr, 1967 Energiya, 1968 Dnestr, 1978 Start, 1979 Avtomobilist, 1986 Tekstilschik, 1990 Tiras, 1991 FC Tiligul, 2004 CS Tiligul-Tiras, 2009 dissolved (in the USSR League until 1991); ground: Orăşenesc; colours: red.

 

MOL03 – FC TIRASPOL  (FC Constructorul-93 Chişinău)

 

1993 FC Costructorul-93 Chişinău, 2001 FC Costructorul-93 Cioburciu, 2002 FC Tiraspol, 2015 dissolved;  ground: Bolshaya Sportivnaya Arena; colours: white-green.

 

MOL04 – FC SHERIFF TIRASPOL

 

1996 FC Tiras, 1998 FC Sheriff; at the 1st level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Stadionul Sheriff; colours: black-yellow.

 

MOL05 - FC NISTRU OTACI  (FC Nistru-Unisport Otaci)

 

1953 Nistru Otaci, 2000 FC Nistru-Unisport Otaci (+ FC Unisport Chişinău), 2002 FC Nistru, 2017 dissolved (in the USSR League until 1991); ground: Stadionul Calarasauca; colours: blue-white.

 

MOL06 – FC DACIA CHIŞINĂU

 

1999 FC Dacia, 2017 dissolved; ground: Stadionul Moldova (Speia); colours: blue-yellow.

 

MOL07 – FC ISKRA-STALI RÎBNIŢA

 

2005 FC Iskra-Stali (Iskra Rîbnița  + Stali Rîbnița ), 2013 dissolved; ground: Stadionul Orăşenesc; colours: blue-red.

 

MOL08 – FC BĂLŢI  (FC Olimpia Bălți) (FC Zaria Bălți)

 

1963 Stroitel, 1968 Stroiindustria, 1969 Pishchyovik, 1984 Zarya, 1992 FC Olimpia, 2014 FC Zaria, 2019 dissolved, 2020 re-formed as FC Bălți (in the USSR League until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Stadionul Orăşenesc; colours: black-red.

 

MOL09 – FC MILSAMI ORHEI

 

2005 FC Viitorul Step-Soci, 2007 FC Viitorul Orhei, 2010 FC Milsami, 2011 FC Milsami-Ursidos (+ FC Ursidos Chişinău). 2013 FC Milsami; at the 1st level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Complexul Sportiv Raional; colours: white.

 

MOL10 – FC VERIS CHIŞINĂU

 

2011 FC Veris Drăgăneşti, 2012 FC Veris Chişinău, 2014 dissolved; ground: CPSM (Centralul de pregătire al selecţionatelor Moldovei) Vadul Iui Vodă; colours: violet.

 

MOL11 – FC SÁXAN CEADÎR LUNGA

 

2010 FC Sáxan, 2019 dissolved; ground: Stadionul Cehadîr Lunga; colours: light blue-white-orange.

 

MOL12 – CS PETROCUB HÎNCEŞTI

 

1994 Petrocub-Condor Sărata-Galbenă, 1995 Spicul Sărata-Galbenă, 1998 Petrocub-Spicul Sărata-Galbenă, 2000 Petrocub-Condor Sărata-Galbenă, 2001 FC Hînceşti, 2005 Petrocub Sărata-Galbenă, 2013 Rapid-2 Petrocub Sărata-Galbenă, 2015 Club Sportiv Petrocub Hînceşti; at the 1st level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Stadionul Orăşenesc; colours: blue-white.

 

MOL13 – CSF SPERANŢA NISPORENI

 

1991 CSF (Clubul Sportiv de Fotbal) Speranţa 2020 dissolved; ground: Stadionul Orășenesc; colours: blue-white.

 

MOL14 – FC SFÂNTUL GHEORGHE SURUCENI

 

2003 FC Sfântul Gheorghe Suruceni; at the 1st level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Stadionul Suruceni; colours: light blue-brown-black.

 

MOL15 – FC DINAMO-AUTO TIRASPOL

 

2009 FC Dinamo-Auto; at the 1st level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Dinamo-Auto Stadium (Tîrnauca); colours: white.