Romania were one of the 13 teams in the inaugural World Cup in 1930. They have participated in seven World Cups, the last in 1998. The best result was making the quarter finals in 1994.
- The Romanian team in World Cup 1930 were selected by their King. The 'football-crazy' King Carol II of Romania personally selected the team, and asked the employers to grant each player a three-month leave with full pay.
- The first substitution of a goalkeeper was Romania's Necula Raducanu who replaced Steve Adamache in a match against Brazil on 10 June 1970.
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