Four Bulgarian football clubs will receive 100,000 US dollars each for participation of their youngsters in the new football mega project "China vs. the World". The teams invited are Ludogorets, Levski, CSKA Sofia and Beroe (Stara Zagora). The project includes the participation of 123 teams with players of up to 19 years of age from Europe, South and North America, Asia, Africa and Australia. Each team will stay in China for a week in Guangzhou. The mega project has a 1.3 billion USD fund. The idea is for China's young talents to get in touch with good practices from around the globe when it comes to preparation of football players.
UEFA will invest 3 million euro to improve the football infrastructure under a small project 3-year programme called HatTrick IV, said Bulgarian Football Union President Borislav Mihaylov after a meeting with UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin...
Alexander Komanov became world champion, and Bulgaria won a total of six medals at the 3 rd Kyokushin World Championship of the Kyokushin World Union (KWU) in Ekaterinburg, Russia. Komanov triumphed in the Men–90 kg., after defeating..
Bulgaria’s tennis player Julia Terziyska won the title at the Hammamet tennis tournament in Tunisia with a total prize fund of USD 15,000. In a match that lasted for two hours Terziyska defeated 2:6; 6:4; 6:2 Aleksandra Kulik (Russia). Julia Terziyska..