Our rival - CSF Bălți

The Turkish camp of Dinamo Tbilisi is coming to an end. On February 19, the capital city players will play the sixth test match in Lara, in which they will face Moldovan CSF Bălți, and on February 20 they will return to their homeland. The match will start at 16:00 Tbilisi time.


CSF Bălți was founded in 1984. The Moldovan team plays its home matches at the 6,000-seat Orashenesci stadium. The club colors are blue and red.


Initially, the team was called Zaria Bălți, and after the independence of Moldova in 1991, it was named Olympia Bălți. Since 2014, the club has returned to the name of Zaria, and the current name has been used since 2020.


The club showed its best result in the 2015-2016 season when it won the Moldova Cup. In 2016, Bălți lost in the Supercup final.


On February 4, Bălți held the first sparring match against Sheriff and lost 0-1. On February 7, they beat Petrocub 5-2. Then they will go to Turkey and on February 13 they will draw 2-2 with Sogdiana of Uzbekistan. On February 16, Bălți lost 0-3 against Kazakh Atyrau.


Veaceslav Rusnac, a 48-year-old local football specialist, works as the head coach of the team.




Photo (c) Bălți Soc. Media


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