1952 A Group

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A Group
Season 1952
Champions CSKA Sofia
(3rd title)
Relegated Akademik Sofia
Spartak Varna
Matches played 132
Goals scored 292 (2.21 per match)
Top goalscorer Dimitar Isakov
Dobromir Tashkov
(10 goals each)
1951
1953

Statistics of Bulgarian A Football Group in the 1952 season.

Overview[edit]

It was contested by 12 teams, and CSKA Sofia won the championship.[1]

League standings[edit]

Pos Club P W D L F A Pts
1 CSKA Sofia 22 13 7 2 38 12 33
2 Spartak Sofia 22 9 8 5 30 13 26
3 Lokomotiv Sofia 22 11 3 8 30 22 25
4 Spartak Pleven 22 8 8 6 19 21 24
5 Levski Sofia 22 8 6 8 22 16 22
6 Lokomotiv Plovdiv 22 9 4 9 24 26 22
7 Cherno More Varna 22 8 6 8 22 32 22
8 Slavia Sofia 22 8 5 9 29 22 21
9 Botev Plovdiv 22 9 1 12 17 25 19
10 Minyor Pernik 22 7 4 11 26 34 18
11 Akademik Sofia 22 6 6 10 19 32 18
12 Spartak Varna 22 4 6 12 16 37 14

Champions[edit]

CSKA Sofia
Goalkeepers
Bulgaria Georgi Kekemanov 12 0(0)
Bulgaria Stefan Gerenski 10 0(0)
Defenders
Bulgaria Georgi Tsvetkov 21 0(0)
Bulgaria Kiril Rakarov 05 0(0)
Bulgaria Georgi Enisheynov 20 0(0)
Bulgaria Manol Manolov 21 0(0)
Midfielders
Bulgaria Gavril Stoyanov 18 0(1)
Bulgaria Stefan Bozhkov 22 0(8)
Bulgaria Atanas Tsanov 06 0(0)
Forwards
Bulgaria Krum Yanev 11 0(2)
Bulgaria Dimitar Milanov 21 0(8)
Bulgaria Mihail Yankov 14 0(3)
Bulgaria Ivan Kolev 18 0(3)
Bulgaria Stefan Stefanov 17 0(2)
Bulgaria Angel Milanov 09 0(2)
Bulgaria Petar Mihaylov 08 0(3)
Bulgaria Panayot Panayotov 21 0(5)
Manager
Bulgaria Krum Milev

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Scorer Club Goals
1 Bulgaria Dimitar Isakov Slavia Sofia 10
Bulgaria Dobromir Tashkov Spartak Sofia
3 Bulgaria Stefan Bozhkov CSKA Sofia 8
Bulgaria Dimitar Milanov CSKA Sofia
Bulgaria Todor Diev Spartak Sofia
6 Bulgaria Nikolay Milkov Lokomotiv Plovdiv 7
Bulgaria Arsen Dimitrov Levski Sofia
Bulgaria Georgi Dimitrov Cherno More Varna
9 Bulgaria Yordan Tomov Levski Sofia 6
Bulgaria Toma Zahariev Slavia Sofia
Bulgaria Nikola Bogdanov Lokomotiv Sofia
Bulgaria Ivan Trendafilov Akademik Sofia
Bulgaria Dimitar Samsarov Akademik Sofia
Bulgaria Georgi Arnaudov Spartak Varna

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