2011 Bulgarian Supercup

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2011 Bulgarian Supercup
Date 30 July 2011
Venue Lazur, Burgas, Bulgaria
Man of the Match Spas Delev (CSKA)
Referee Anton Genov (Sofia)
Attendance 12,620

The 2011 Bulgarian Supercup was the ninth Bulgarian Supercup match, a football match which was contested between the "A" professional football group champion, Litex Lovech, and the winner of the Bulgarian Cup, CSKA Sofia. The match was held on 30 July 2011 at the Lazur Stadium in Burgas, Bulgaria.

CSKA Sofia secured a record 4th Bulgarian Supercup.[1] The Reds went on to win this match 3–1, with two goals from Spas Delev, and one from Ianis Zicu after Célio Codó had put Litex ahead in the 6th minute.

Match details[edit]

30 July 2011
Litex Lovech 1 – 3 CSKA Sofia
Codó Goal 6' Report Delev Goal 16'58'
Zicu Goal 48' (pen.)
Lazur, Burgas
Attendance: 12,620
Referee: Anton Genov (Sofia)
Litex Lovech
CSKA Sofia
GK 30 Bulgaria Evgeni Aleksandrov
DF 3 Bulgaria Petar Zanev (c)
DF 5 France Bernard Onanga Substituted off 61'
DF 6 France Maxime Josse YC 47'
DF 33 Bulgaria Nikolay Bodurov
MF 16 Bulgaria Strahil Popov
MF 21 Bulgaria Aleksandar Tsvetkov YC 10'
MF 19 Bulgaria Rumen Rumenov
MF 17 Bulgaria Georgi Milanov Substituted off 46'
MF 15 Uruguay Robert Flores
FW 12 Brazil Célio Codó Goal 6' Substituted off 57'
GK 31 Brazil Vinícius Barrivieira
MF 8 Brazil Tom Substituted in 46' Red card 50'
FW 9 Bulgaria Svetoslav Todorov
FW 11 Brazil Thiago Miracema Substituted in 57'
MF 18 Bulgaria Iliya Milanov Substituted in 61'
DF 22 Bulgaria Plamen Nikolov
FW 27 Bulgaria Momchil Tsvetanov
Bulgaria Lyuboslav Penev
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GK 12 Bulgaria Ivan Karadzhov
DF 23 Bulgaria Martin Dechev Substituted off 67'
DF 6 Bulgaria Kostadin Stoyanov YC 62'
DF 19 Bulgaria Apostol Popov
DF 8 Bulgaria Rumen Trifonov
MF 5 Bulgaria Todor Yanchev (c)
MF 18 Bulgaria Boris Galchev
MF 29 Netherlands Gregory Nelson Substituted off 82'
MF 7 Bulgaria Spas Delev Goal 6' Goal 58'
FW 27 Romania Ianis Zicu Goal 48' (pen.) Substituted off 86'
FW 9 Brazil Michel Platini
GK 88 Bulgaria Blagoy Makendzhiev
DF 2 Bulgaria Pavel Vidanov Substituted in 67'
DF 3 Brazil Ademar Júnior
FW 14 Bulgaria Stanislav Kostov Substituted in 86'
MF 17 Bulgaria Chetin Sadula
DF 22 Bulgaria Petar Stoyanov
MF 77 Slovenia Saša Živec Substituted in 82'
Bulgaria Milen Radukanov


  • Assistant referees:
    • Bulgaria Nikolay Angelov
    • Bulgaria Ventsislav Gavrilov
  • Fourth official: Bulgaria Ahmed Ahmed


  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes.
  • Maximum of three substitutions.


  1. ^ "CSKA Sofia lift record fourth Super Cup". uefa.com. 30 July 2011.