1999–2000 A Group

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A Group
Season1999–2000
ChampionsLevski Sofia
(21st title)
RelegatedDobrudzha, Belasitsa, Pirin, Shumen
Champions LeagueLevski
UEFA CupCSKA
Matches played240
Goals scored663 (2.76 per match)
Top goalscorerMihail Mihaylov
(20 goals)

Statistics of Bulgarian A Football Group in the 1999–2000 season.

Overview[edit]

It was contested by 16 teams, and Levski Sofia won the championship.[1]

Team information[edit]

Stadia and locations[edit]

The following teams have ensured their participation in A Group for season 1999–00 (listed in alphabetical order):

Team City Stadium Stadium capacity
Belasitsa Petrich Tsar Samuil 9,500
Botev Plovdiv Hristo Botev 18,000
Chernomorets Burgas Chernomorets 22,000
CSKA Sofia Bulgarian Army 22,995
Dobrudzha Dobrich Druzhba 12,500
Levski Sofia Georgi Asparuhov 29,986
Lokomotiv Sofia Lokomotiv 22,000
Lovech Lovech Lovech 7,050
Minyor Pernik Minyor 18,000
Neftochimic Burgas Lazur 18,037
Olimpik-Beroe Stara Zagora Beroe 16,000
Pirin Blagoevgrad Hristo Botev 15,000
Shumen Shumen Panayot Volov 24,000
Slavia Sofia Ovcha Kupel 18,000
Spartak Varna Spartak 8,000
Velbazhd Kyustendil Osogovo 10,000

League standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Levski Sofia (C) 30 23 5 2 66 17 +49 74 2000–01 UEFA Champions League First qualifying round
2 CSKA Sofia 30 20 4 6 60 26 +34 64 2000–01 UEFA Cup Qualifying round
3 Velbazhd Kyustendil 30 17 4 9 52 32 +20 55 2000 UEFA Intertoto Cup First round
4 Neftochimic Burgas 30 14 11 5 42 21 +21 53 2000–01 UEFA Cup Qualifying round[a]
5 Lovech 30 15 4 11 61 34 +27 49
6 Slavia Sofia 30 13 6 11 38 40 −2 45
7 Spartak Varna 30 12 5 13 42 51 −9 41
8 Botev Plovdiv 30 12 4 14 43 42 +1 40
9 Lokomotiv Sofia 30 10 9 11 54 37 +17 39
10 Chernomorets Burgas 30 10 7 13 31 40 −9 37
11 Minyor Pernik 30 11 3 16 44 58 −14 36
12 Dobrudzha Dobrich (R) 30 10 5 15 30 43 −13 35 Qualification for Relegation play-off
13 Beroe (O) 30 10 4 16 28 47 −19 34
14 Belasitsa Petrich (R) 30 9 6 15 28 57 −29 33[b] Relegation to B PFG
15 Pirin Blagoevgrad (R) 30 10 3 17 31 50 −19 33[b]
16 Shumen (R) 30 3 2 25 13 68 −55 11
Source: A PFG (in Bulgarian)
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head points; 3rd head-to-head goal difference; 4th head-to-head goals scored; 5th head-to-head away goals scored; 6th season goal difference; 7th season goals scored; 8th "sportsmanship" (R & Y cards); 9th draw
(C) Champion; (O) Play-off winner; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. ^ Neftochimic Burgas qualified for UEFA Cup as a finalists in the 1999–2000 Bulgarian Cup.
  2. ^ a b BEL 4–1 PIR ; PIR 1–0 BEL

Relegation play-off[edit]

Dobrudzha Dobrich0 – 2Hebar Pazardzhik

Olimpik-Beroe1 – 0Spartak Pleven

Champions[edit]

Levski Sofia
Goalkeepers
01 Bulgaria Dimitar Ivankov 27 0(5)
12 Bulgaria Georgi Sheytanov 03 0(0)
Defenders
02 Bulgaria Martin Stankov 14 0(0)
03 Bulgaria Stanimir Stoilov 25 0(3)
05 Uzbekistan Aleksey Dionisiev 12 0(2)
06 Scotland John Inglis 17 0(0)
11 Bulgaria Elin Topuzakov 23 0(3)
13 Bulgaria Yulian Petkov 07 0(0)
16 Bulgaria Veselin Vachev 06 0(0)
21 Bulgaria Zahari Sirakov 29 0(1)
23 Bosnia and Herzegovina Dalibor Dragić 09 0(0)
24 Bulgaria Predrag Pažin 23 0(1)
Midfielders
04 Bulgaria Biser Ivanov 26 0(4)
07 Bulgaria Aleksandar Aleksandrov 28 0(6)
10 Bulgaria Asen Nikolov 12 0(1)
14 Bulgaria Krasimir Dimitrov 21 0(0)
15 Bulgaria Chavdar Atanasov 21 0(4)
20 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Neško Milovanović 12 0(1)
22 Bulgaria Dimitar Telkiyski 17 0(4)
25 Bulgaria Stanislav Genchev 01 0(0)
26 Bulgaria Viktorio Pavlov 06 0(0)
Forwards
08 Ivory Coast Serge Yoffou 25 (13)
09 Bulgaria Georgi Ivanov 23 (12)
17 Uzbekistan Georgi Georgiev 14 0(3)
18 Bulgaria Georgi Bachev 07 0(3)
19 Bulgaria Todor Kolev 03 0(0)
Manager
Bulgaria Dimitar Dimitrov

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Scorer Club Goals
1 Bulgaria Mihail Mihaylov Velbazhd Kyustendil 20
2 Bulgaria Svetoslav Todorov Litex Lovech 19
3 Bulgaria Plamen Timnev Spartak Varna 16
4 Bulgaria Dimitar Ivanov CSKA Sofia 14
Bulgaria Dimitar Berbatov CSKA Sofia
Bulgaria Anton Evtimov Minyor Pernik
7 Ivory Coast Serge Yoffou Levski Sofia 13
8 Bulgaria Georgi Ivanov Levski Sofia 12
9 Bulgaria Anastas Petrov Botev Plovdiv 10
Bulgaria Stefan Yurukov Spartak Varna
Litex Lovech

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Новият век идва с милионите на Чорни и кървав гол" (in Bulgarian). temasport.com. 17 August 2013.

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