2005/2006 season update: Champion: Steaua Bucuresti (goes to Champions League 2nd qualifying round) Cup winner: Rapid Bucuresti (goes to UEFA Cup 1st qualifying round) 3rd placed: Dinamo Bucuresti (goes to UEFA Cup 1st qualifying round) Intertoto: Farul Constanta (goes to Intertoto Cup 1st round) Relegated teams: Pandurii Targu Jiu and FCM Bacau Promoted teams: Ceahlaul Piatra Neamt, Universitatea Craiova, Liberty Salonta and Unirea Urziceni Divizia A will change its name to Liga I, Divizia B to Liga II and Divizia C to Liga III. Liga I lineup (pending licences and those dreaded mergers/places sales): Steaua Bucuresti, Rapid Bucuresti, Dinamo Bucuresti, Sportul Studentesc Bucuresti, CFR Cluj, FC National Bucuresti, Farul Constanta, FCU Politehnica Timisoara, Otelul Galati, Gloria Bistrita, Politehnica Iasi, FC Arges Pitesti, Jiul Petrosani, FC Vaslui, Ceahlaul Piatra Neamt, Universitatea Craiova, Liberty Salonta, Unirea Urziceni Sportul, National and Jiul don't have a licence yet. Liberty's situation is also unclear. The champion of Liga I will go to the CL group stage is the 2006/2007 CL winner will have already qualified to the group stage. Second placed team will go to CL QR2. There are also two UEFA Cup places: Cup winner and 3rd/4th placed team. It remains to be seen if the losing finalist can play in the UEFA Cup. Some time ago, UEFA had proposed to deny entrance in the UEFA Cup to the losing finalist. Bottom 4 will be relegated. Each relegated team must fulfill a 25-point quota. Liga II 2006/2007 Until all the transactions and licence issues are solved, this is how the Liga II looks like: Seria 1: FCM Bacau, Forex Brasov, FC Brasov, Petrolul Ploiesti, CS Otopeni, FC Botosani, Dacia Unirea Braila, FC Sacele, Cetate Suceava, Poiana Campina, Gloria Buzau, Dunarea Galati, Altay Constanta, Delta Tulcea, Chimia Brazi, FC Snagov, Politehnica II Iasi, Tractorul Brasov Seria 2: Pandurii Targu Jiu, FC Bihor, Universitatea Cluj, Gaz Metan Medias, Dunarea Giurgiu, Dacia Mioveni, CSM Ramnicu Valcea, FCM Resita, Corvinul Hunedoara, FC Caracal, CFR Timisoara, Gloria II Bistrita, Industria Sarmei Campia Turzii, Minerul Lupeni, Oltchim Ramnicu Valcea, FC Baia Mare, Building Vanju Mare, Auxerre Lugoj FCM Bacau will start with -8 points. Teams in blue: their presence in Liga II is not yet sure. Pandurii Targu Jiu and FCM Bacau could return to Liga I if at least 2 teams don't get the licence. At the moment Sportul, National, Jiul and Liberty don't have a licence yet. The other teams in blue plan to sell their place in Liga II. Potential buyers: UTA, Unirea Alba Iulia, Unirea Dej, Juventus Bucuresti, Olimpia Satu Mare, Ariesul Turda. Top 2 from Serie 1 and top 2 from Serie 2 will be promoted.