FC Sheriff Tiraspol
Fotbal Club Sheriff commonly referred to as Sheriff Tiraspol or just Sheriff, maybe a Moldovan football club based in Tiraspol, a city located within the unrecognized breakaway state of Transnistria. Founded in 1997 as Tiras Tiraspol and rebranded the subsequent year as Sheriff, it quickly established itself within Moldovan football.
“FC Sheriff” recorded their debut in the first league in the 1998–99 season, when they also won their first trophy, the Moldovan Cup.
They have since amassed 19 championship titles, ten Cups, and 7 Super Cups–all competition records. On the ECU stage, Sheriff has reached the group stage of the UEFA Europa League on four occasions and has become the first-ever Moldovan side to succeed in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League in 2021.
The club was originally established in 1996 and introduced within the Moldovan “B” Division as FC Tiras Tiraspol. On 4 April 1997, former policeman Victor Gușan, an employee of the safety corporation Sheriff which remains a key sponsor, refounded it as FC Sheriff Tiraspol.
FC Sheriff Tiraspol
Fotbal Club Sheriff
As of 28 September 2021, Sheriff Tiraspol is ranked 58th in the UEFA club coefficient rankings, up from 108th the previous season.
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2021–22 UEFA Champions League
In the 2021–22 UEFA Champions League, Sheriff became the primary Moldovan team to qualify for the group stages of the competition after a 3–0 aggregate convert Dinamo Zagreb. They were drawn into Group D to face Inter Milan, Real Madrid, and Shakhtar Donetsk. On 15 September, Sheriff won their opening group game, 2–0 against Shakhtar Donetsk, before following it up with an upset 2–1 away victory over Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu on 28 September 2021, with Sébastien Thill scoring the winning goal within the 89th minute.
Sheriff Stadium is that the habitat of Sheriff Tiraspol and is owned by the corporation Sheriff. Construction of the bottom began on 1 August 2000 and was completed in May 2002, with the official opening in July 2002. it had been renovated in 2011. The stadium features a capaciousness for 12,746 spectators and is eligible for FIFA/UEFA international events. Besides Sheriff, the stadium has also hosted matches for FC Tiraspol and therefore the Moldova national team.