Mihail Kasabov was appointed an interim President of the Bulgarian Football Union. Kasabov was until now Vice-President of BFU. Earlier this week the former President of the football union Borislav Mihaylov handed in his resignation. Later, the other..
Bulgaria’s government ceases relations with the Bulgarian Football Union, including financial relations, until the President of BFU Borislav Mihaylov resigns from his position, this country’s Minister of Youth and Sports Krasen Kralev announced at a..
Bulgaria’s national men’s football team lost 0:6 to England in a Euro 2020 qualifier on the national stadium Vasil Levski in Sofia, thus suffering the heaviest home defeat in the whole history of the Bulgarian football. The game was interrupted twice..
This week, the Bulgarian Parliament revoked the European Convention on Spectator Violence and Misbehaviour at Sports and ratified the new Council of Europe Convention on an Integrated Safety, Security and Service Approach at Football Matches and..
Bulgaria’s football champion Ludogorets dropped out of the Champions League in the preliminary round after a second loss, at home, versus the Hungarian Ferencvarosi. In Razgrad the Hungarian side won a 3-2 victory after the extremely poor..
At the beginning of the week, football legend Hristo Stoichkov officially presented his biography book in Sofia. It is titled "Hristo Stoichkov. The Story" and was co-written together with journalist Vladimir Pamukov. Stoichkov and Pamukov..
The name Central Sports Club of the Army or CSKA shines like a star in the history of Bulgarian football and just cannot be missed when speaking about the most popular football clubs in Bulgaria. CSKA has been champion of Bulgaria 31 times, won the..
The football team of Lokomotiv Plovdiv won the Bulgarian Cup for the first time in its history after winning 1:0 against its big rival Botev Plovdiv at the final. The game was played in front of some 20,000 spectators at the National Stadium "Vasil..
The legend of Bulgarian football Krasimir Balakov is the new coach of the national team. His contract starts on 1 June and ends on 31 October 2021 after the qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup. “This is a big challenge, there is nothing..
At the age of 79, great Bulgarian footballer and coach Ivan Vutsov passed away. He started his football career in Yantra (Gabrovo), but achieved his biggest successes with the team of Levski Sofia. In the period 1960-1968 he played more than 300..