1955 A Group

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A Group
Season 1955
Champions CSKA Sofia
(5th title)
European Cup CSKA Sofia
Matches played 157
Goals scored 392 (2.5 per match)
Top goalscorer Todor Diev
(13 goals)
1954
1956

Statistics of Bulgarian A Football Group in the 1955 season.

Overview[edit]

It was contested by 14 teams, and CSKA Sofia won the championship.[1]

League standings[edit]

Pos Club P W D L F A Pts Qualification or relegation
1 CSKA Sofia 26 14 9 3 38 16 37 1956–57 European Cup first round
2 Slavia Sofia 26 14 3 9 34 20 31
3 Spartak Varna 26 8 12 6 26 25 28
4 Minyor Pernik 26 11 5 10 29 24 27
5 Levski Sofia 26 10 7 9 33 30 27
6 Spartak Plovdiv 26 11 5 10 25 25 27
7 Lokomotiv Sofia 26 9 9 8 33 34 27
8 VVS Sofia 26 7 12 7 34 28 26
9 Spartak Pleven 26 9 8 9 31 30 26
10 Botev Plovdiv 26 9 8 9 27 31 26
11 Zavod 12 Sofia 26 9 7 10 26 27 25
12 Cherno More Varna 26 10 5 11 26 28 25 Relegation to B Group
13 Lokomotiv Plovdiv 26 6 6 14 18 29 18 Relegation to B Group
14 Pavlikeni 26 5 4 17 12 45 14 Relegation to B Group

Champions[edit]

CSKA Sofia
Goalkeepers
Bulgaria Georgi Naydenov 21 0(0)
Bulgaria Hristo Andonov 05 0(0)
Defenders
Bulgaria Georgi Tsvetkov 10 0(0)
Bulgaria Kiril Rakarov 24 0(0)
Bulgaria Georgi Enisheynov 22 0(0)
Bulgaria Manol Manolov 20 0(0)
Midfielders
Bulgaria Gavril Stoyanov 25 0(1)
Bulgaria Stefan Bozhkov 24 0(6)
Bulgaria Ivan Georgiev 11 0(2)
Forwards
Bulgaria Krum Yanev 23 0(3)
Bulgaria Dimitar Milanov 19 0(1)
Bulgaria Georgi Dimitrov 24 0(9)
Bulgaria Ivan Kolev 14 0(3)
Bulgaria Stefan Stefanov 12 0(1)
Bulgaria Petar Mihaylov 16 0(6)
Bulgaria Panayot Panayotov 23 0(4)
Manager
Bulgaria Krum Milev

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Scorer Club Goals
1 Bulgaria Todor Diev Spartak Plovdiv 13
2 Bulgaria Dimitar Yordanov VVS Sofia 11
3 Bulgaria Dobromir Tashkov Slavia Sofia 9
Bulgaria Georgi Dimitrov CSKA Sofia
5 Bulgaria Petar Kolev Lokomotiv Plovdiv 8
Bulgaria Dimitar Bachev VVS Sofia
7 Bulgaria Pavel Vladimirov Minyor Pernik 7
Bulgaria Zhivko Karadaliev Minyor Pernik
Bulgaria Hristo Nanov Spartak Varna

References[edit]

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