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Sport in Moldova

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Sport in Moldova

Trânta (a form of wrestling) is the national sport in Moldova. Football is the most popular sport in Moldova.

Rugby union is popular as well. Registered players have doubled, and almost 10,000 spectators turn up at every European Nations Cup match. The most prestigious cycling race is the Moldova President's Cup, which was first run in 2004.


  • Basketball 1
  • Gallery 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4


Moldova has an increasingly successful team at the FIBA European Championship for Small Countries. There, Team Moldova won two silver medals until today. (2008 and 2012)


See also

External links

  • - all about Moldovan sport (Все о спорте в Молдове)
  • - Moldavian First Football Division (Romanian)
  • - all about Moldovan sport
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