Born in Arad, Arad County, which was at the time part of Austria-Hungary, he made a name for himself as one of the best Romanian midfielders of the interwar period. One of his most important achievements was being part of the Romania squad at the 1938 World Cup.
His coaching career started early while he was still an active player. In 1933 he took the coaching courses of the British football school at Folkestone and in 1940 those of the Romanian football school of O.N.E.F. As manager he led Sportul Studenţesc and Jiul Petroşani to the top flight of Romanian football and he won the Romanian national championship and the Romanian Cup with UTA Arad.
After retiring from coaching, he had an active role in the Romanian Football Federation. He wrote two books on football :Fotbalul în glumă ("Football as a Joke") and Din lumea balonului rotund ("From the World of the Round Ball").
|Full name||Coloman Braun-Bogdan|
|Date of birth||13 October 1905|
|Place of birth||Arad, Austria-Hungary|
|Date of death||15 March 1983 (aged 77)|
|1932–1934||Racing Club Calais|
|1953||Flamura Roșie Arad|
|1954||Flamura Roșie Arad|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Below are the squads for the 1938 FIFA World Cup final tournament in France.
Hungary and Switzerland were the only teams who had players from foreign clubs. All the three such players represented French clubs.
Nine selected players (Germans) comes from foreign clubs of a "qualified but not participating" country (Austria) - Situation due to Anschluss.
Rosters include reserves, alternates, and preselected players that may have participated in qualifiers and/or pre-tournament friendlies but not in the finals themselves.1948–49 FC Dinamo București season
The 1948–49 season was Dinamo Bucureşti's first season in Divizia A. In this season, Dinamo competed in Liga I, Cupa României and UEFA Europa League. The newly formed team played under the name Dinamo A. Coloman Braun-Bogdan, the former manager of Romanian national team, is installed as coach. A group of players is brought, among which Angelo Niculescu, ex-player of FC Craiova and Carmen Bucureşti, who was to end his career at the end of the season, and Titus Ozon.
Dinamo will conclude on the 8th place with 28 points.
In the same season, the club's second team, Dinamo B, finished first place in the 2nd series of the second division, but had no right to promotion in Divizia A, because it was the second representative from the same town of the same club.1953 Cupa României Final
The 1953 Cupa României Final was the 16th final of Romania's most prestigious football cup competition. It was disputed between CCA Bucureşti and Flamura Roşie Arad, and was won by Flamura Roşie Arad after a game with 1 goal, in extra time. It was the second cup for Flamura Roşie Arad after the one from 1947–48 season.CSM Jiul Petroșani
Clubul Sportiv Municipal Jiul Petroșani (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈʒi.ul petroˈʃanʲ]), commonly known as Jiul Petroșani or simply Jiul, is a Romanian professional football club from Petroșani, Hunedoara County, founded in 1919.Coloman
Coloman, Spanish: Colomán (German: Koloman (also Slovak, Czech, Slovak), Italian: Colomanno, Catalan: Colomà; Hungarian: Kálmán)
The Germanic origin name Coloman used by Germans since the 9th century.
Coloman, King of Hungary
Coloman of Galicia-Lodomeria (1208 - 1241)
Saint Coloman of Stockerau (Koloman, Colman, Colomannus) (? - 1012)
Colomán Trabado Pérez (born 1958 in Vega de Valcarce)
Coloman Braun-Bogdan (1905, Arad - 1983), a Romanian football midfielder and football managerEternal derby (Romania)
The Eternal derby (Romanian: Eternul derbi), also called the Romanian derby (Romanian: Derbiul României) or the Great derby (Romanian: Marele derbi), is a football match between Bucharest rivals FC Steaua București and Dinamo București, the two most successful clubs in Romania.FCSB
FCSB (Romanian pronunciation: [fet͡ʃeseˌbe]), formerly short for Fotbal Club Steaua București (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈste̯awa bukuˈreʃtʲ]) and sometimes colloquially known as simply Steaua, is a Romanian professional football club based in Bucharest. Founded in 1947 as Asociația Sportivă a Armatei București, it has spent its complete history in the Liga I, the top tier of the Romanian football league system.
The team was initially part of the CSA Steaua București sports club and belonged to the Romanian Army, however it separated in 1998. The Army sued the football club in 2011 and has since been in a conflict regarding the ownership of the Steaua brand, which resulted in the change of the name to the acronym FCSB in early 2017. Domestically, Roș-albaștrii have won Liga I 26 times, Cupa României 22 times, Cupa Ligii 2 times and Supercupa României 6 times – all competition records. Internationally, they have won the European Cup and European Super Cup, both in 1986. They reached the European Cup final once again in 1989, when they were defeated by A.C. Milan. Throughout its history, Steaua also played the final of the Intercontinental Cup, the quarter-finals of the European Cup Winners' Cup and the semi-finals of the UEFA Cup.
Their home ground is Arena Națională, having moved here from the Ministry of National Defence-owned Stadionul Ghencea. Initially, the club played in the colours of the Romanian tricolour – blue, yellow and red – but yellow soon lost its importance and the team became associated with the red and blue colours. Recently, some away kits have begun reintegrating the yellow colour.
The club has a long-standing rivalry with neighbouring Dinamo București, with matches between the two being commonly referred to as "the Eternal Derby" or "the Romanian Derby".FC UTA Arad
Fotbal Club UTA Arad (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈuta aˈrad]), commonly known as UTA Arad, or simply as UTA, is a Romanian professional football club based in the city of Arad, Arad County, currently playing in Liga II. UTA stands for Uzina Textilă Arad.
Founded in 1945 as IT Arad, they have won the national title six times and the national cup twice. Domestically, along with Chinezul Timișoara, UTA can be considered one of the most successful Romanian clubs of the 20th century, with only three teams winning more championships during that period, Steaua, Dinamo and Venus, all from Bucharest.
After a decline which started in 1979 with a relegation to the second league, in 2014 the team was dissolved. With the support of fans, a new team started its way back from Liga IV, the fourth level of Romanian league system, and is credited as the official successor of the defunct club."The Old Lady" plays in red and white kits at the Motorul Stadium, as their traditional home ground, Francisc von Neuman, is currently under reconstruction.History of FC Dinamo București
Dinamo București is a Romanian association football club based in Bucharest. The club was founded in 1948 and spent its entire history in Liga I, the top league of Romanian football
Dinamo is one of the two most successful football teams in Romania, having won 18 Romanian Liga I titles, 13 Romanian Cups and 2 Romanian Supercups. They became the first Romanian team to reach the European Champions' Cup semifinals in 1983–84.History of FC Steaua București
The history of FC Steaua București covers the time between the foundation of Steaua București, a Romanian football club based in Bucharest, up to the present day.
Steaua was founded on 7 June 1947 by the Romanian Royal Army, and have always been seen as the club of the Romanian Army, even though it became private in 1998. It is the most successful Romanian club, being the only one from Romania and from any communist country to have won the European Cup, which it did in 1986.List of FC Dinamo București managers
This is a list of managers of FC Dinamo Bucharest by season since its founding in 1948.List of FC Steaua București managers
This is a chronological list of Steaua București managers, comprising all those who have held the position of manager for the first team of Steaua București. In the Liga I the club has appointed 38 managers; including pre-league managers and temporary caretakers.
The longest serving manager was Anghel Iordănescu, who was in charge from 1986 to 1990, a period of 3 years and 8 months. The most successful Steaua București manager in terms of major trophies won is Emerich Jenei, who won nine trophies.March 15
March 15 is the 74th day of the year (75th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 291 days remaining until the end of the year.
In the Roman calendar, March 15 was known as the Ides of March.October 13
October 13 is the 286th day of the year (287th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 79 days remaining until the end of the year.Romania national football team
The Romania national football team (Romanian: Echipa națională de fotbal a României) represents Romania in international football and is controlled by the Romanian Football Federation. They are colloquially known as Tricolorii (The Tricolours).
Romania is one of the only four national teams from Europe—the other three being Yugoslavia, France, and Belgium—that took part in the first FIFA World Cup in 1930. Since that performance, Romania have qualified for the 1934, 1938, 1970, 1990, 1994 and 1998 editions. Led by playmaker Gheorghe Hagi, the team's finest hour came in 1994 when it reached the quarter-finals. They were eliminated by Sweden on a penalty shoot-out after having previously defeated Argentina.
At the European Championships, Romania's best performance was in 2000 when they advanced to the quarter-finals from a group with Germany, Portugal and England, before falling to eventual runners-up Italy. They also reached the last eight in 1960 and 1972, and qualified for the 1984, 1996, 2008 and 2016 tournaments.West derby (Romania)
The West Derby (Romanian: Derbiul Vestului) is a match between the fierce rivals ASU Politehnica Timișoara and UTA Arad, the biggest and most popular football clubs in the western of Romania.