1925 Bulgarian State Football Championship

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1925 Bulgarian State Football Championship
Vladislav Varna Champion 1925.jpg
Vladislav Varna with the title in 1925
Country Bulgaria
Champions Vladislav Varna
(1st title)
Runners-up Levski Sofia
Matches played 5
Goals scored 18 (3.6 per match)

The 1925 Bulgarian State Football Championship was the 2nd season of the Bulgarian State Football Championship. It was contested by 6 teams and Vladislav Varna was the first champion of Bulgaria.

Teams[edit]

The teams that participated in the competition were the six winners of their local sport federations.

Federation Team
North-Bulgarian sport federation Vladislav Varna
Sofia sport federation Levski Sofia
Seaside sport federation Asenovets Sliven
Thracian sport federation Benkovski-Pobeda 25
South-west sport federation Levski Dupnitsa
Bdin sport federation Orel Vratsa

Tournament[edit]

Quarterfinals[edit]

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Levski Dupnitsa 5–0 Orel Vratsa
2 Vladislav Varna 3–0 Asenovets Sliven

Semifinals[edit]

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Vladislav Varna 4–0 Levski Dupnitsa
2 Benkovski-Pobeda 25 0–4 Levski Sofia

Final[edit]

30 August 1925
Levski Sofia 0–2 Vladislav Varna
P. Ivanov Goal 3' (o.g.)
Terzetta Goal
Playground Yunak, Sofia
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Ivan Batandzhiev (Sofia)
GK Bulgaria Petar Ivanov
DF Bulgaria Aleksandar Hristov
DF Bulgaria Ivan Radoev
DF Bulgaria Simeon Yankov
MF Bulgaria Geno Mateev
MF Bulgaria Dimitar Drazhev
FW Bulgaria Kiril Petrunov
FW Bulgaria Dimitar Mutafchiev
FW Bulgaria Tsvetan Genev (c)
FW Bulgaria Konstantin Maznikov
FW Bulgaria Kiril Yovovich
Manager:
Bulgaria Boris Vasilev
GK Bulgaria Zdravko Yanakiev
DF Bulgaria Lyuben Mitev
DF Bulgaria Boris Stavrev
DF Bulgaria Petar Hristov
MF Bulgaria Georgi Georgiev
MF Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Ivan Bulgakov
FW Bulgaria Dimitar Dimitriev
FW Kingdom of Italy Egon Terzetta (c)
FW Bulgaria Krastyo Petrov
FW Bulgaria Aleksi Aleksiev
FW Bulgaria Andrey Ivanov
Manager:
Germany Ernst Murg

Champions[edit]

Vladislav Varna
Goalkeepers
Bulgaria Zdravko Yanakiev
Bulgaria Dimitar Abadzhiev
Defenders
Bulgaria Petar Hristov
Bulgaria Boris Stavrev
Bulgaria Lyuben Mitev
Midfielders
Bulgaria Georgi Georgiev
Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Ivan Bulgakov
Bulgaria Gencho Hristov
Bulgaria Slavcho Dimitrov
Bulgaria Kiril Denev
Forwards
Bulgaria Aleksi Aleksiev
Bulgaria Dimitar Dimitriev
Bulgaria Andrey Ivanov
Bulgaria Boris Kamburov
Bulgaria Krastyo Petrov
Kingdom of Italy Egon Terzetta (c)
Manager
Germany Ernst Murg

References[edit]