Romania: The Tricolorii

Romania’s football team has qualified for the European Championship 2024 in Germany, ready to bring back the glory of their past successes. Under the leadership of coach Edward Iordănescu, who has been at the helm since 2022, the team is optimistic about the tournament. Romania has participated in the EURO five times, with their best result being a quarter-final finish in 2000. Key players include Radu Dragușin, a young defender who recently moved from Genoa to Tottenham and has been a standout in defense. Alongside him are seasoned players like Nicolae Stanciu and Ianis Hagi, both central figures in the midfield, and George Pușcaș leading the attack. Goalkeeper Horațiu Moldovan forms the backbone of the team.

Horațiu Moldovan

Horațiu Moldovan, Romania’s talented goalkeeper, has established himself as an indispensable part of the national team and will be the number one choice for the European Championship 2024. Since his transfer to Atlético Madrid in January 2024, Moldovan has showcased impressive performances. His reflexes, game intelligence, and calm, focused demeanor make him a crucial pillar for Romania as they head into the tournament in Germany.

Moldovan: football boots


Florin Niță

For the European Championship 2024, Florin Niță will serve as Romania’s second goalkeeper, bringing his consistent performances from Gaziantep F.K. in Turkey and his extensive international experience. His talent and ability to remain calm in critical moments could make him a key figure if called upon during the tournament.

Niță: goalkeeper gloves

Ştefan Târnovanu

Ștefan Târnovanu, currently playing for FCSB in the Romanian SuperLiga, has been named Romania’s third goalkeeper. Debuting for the national team in November 2022, Târnovanu has demonstrated his skills on the international stage. His selection for the European Championship 2024 is a testament to his performances at both club and international levels, marking him as one of the promising talents in European football.