FC NSA Sofia

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NSA Sofia
FC NSA Sofia logo.png
Full name FC NSA Sofia
Founded 1942; 73 years ago (1942)
Chairman Bulgaria Lachezar Dimitrov
Manager Bulgaria Simeon Stoyanov
League Bulgarian AFG
2012–13 1st

FC NSA Sofia (Bulgarian: ФК НCА София) is the women's football club of the Vasil Levski National Sports Academy of Bulgaria, based in the capital city Sofia. The club has won the Bulgarian AFG title from 2005 to 2013,[1] so they have played several seasons in UEFA competitions. They have failed however to get past the qualifying stage every season.


European History[edit]

UEFA Women's Cup

  • 2005–06: First qualifying round
  • 2006–07: First qualifying round
  • 2007–08: First qualifying round
  • 2008–09: First qualifying round

UEFA Women's Champions League

  • 2009–10: Qualifying round
  • 2010–11: Qualifying round
  • 2011–12: Qualifying round
  • 2012–13: Qualifying round
  • 2013–14: Qualifying round
  • 2014–15: qualified

Current squad[edit]

Squad for the 2012–13 Champions League's preliminary stage (reference)

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Bulgaria GK Korneliya Naydenova
2 Bulgaria MF Evdokiya Popadiynova
3 Bulgaria DF Monika Razhgeva
4 Bulgaria MF Stanislava Tsekova
5 Bulgaria DF Veni Sarbinska
6 Bulgaria DF Nikoleta Voyskova
7 Bulgaria MF Valentina Asenova
8 Bulgaria MF Silvia Radoyska
9 Bulgaria FW Borislava Kireva
10 Bulgaria MF Diana Petrakieva
11 Bulgaria MF Yoana Papazova
No. Position Player
12 Bulgaria GK Roksana Shahanska
13 Bulgaria MF Ina Kovacheva
14 Bulgaria DF Nelly Atanasova
15 Bulgaria DF Zlatka Gaberova
16 Bulgaria MF Kremena Prodanova
17 Bulgaria MF Simona Petkova
18 Bulgaria FW Velina Koshuleva
19 Bulgaria FW Andriana Boyanova
20 Bulgaria FW Valentina Gospodinova
21 Bulgaria DF Antoaneta Pancheva
22 Bulgaria DF Iliyana Topalova

Former internationals[edit]


  1. ^ "NSA wins championship for the 7th time" (in Bulgarian). bfunion.bg. 13 June 2011. Retrieved 30 June 2011. 
  2. ^ "NSA triumphed title in women's football championship for a record 11th time" (in Bulgarian). focus-sport.net. 15 May 2014. Retrieved 16 May 2014. 

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