There are some 569 Serbian citizens in Bulgaria, while the number of naturalized Bulgarians born in Serbia or those of Serbian ethnicity is unknown. There are many Serbian athletes that have expatriated to Bulgaria in the last decade.
Brakevtsi (Bulgarian: Бракевци). Brakevtsi was located in the district of Vidin between 1878 and 1919. According to the first Bulgarian census of 1880, the village was the only settlement in Bulgaria with a majority of native speakers of Serbian. In fact, most of those recorded in the census as having Serbian as a native language lived in Brakevtsi (1067 out of 1894 people in the whole of Bulgaria). According to the Bulgarian writer Anton Strashimirov, the village was settled by Serbs from the region of Kopaonik at the beginning of the 19th century, after many of the local Bulgarians had emigrated to Bessarabia. By the provisions of the Treaty of Neuilly-sur-Seine Brakevtsi was ceded to Serbia where it is known as Braćevac (Serbian: Браћевац). Today it is part of the municipality of Negotin in Bor District.