Bulgaria national futsal team

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Bulgaria
Association Bulgarian Football Union
Confederation UEFA (Europe)
Head coach Ivan Stoilov
Captain Kostadin Belinov
FIFA code BUL
FIFA ranking 74 [1]
First colours
Second colours
First international
Bulgaria Bulgaria 6 - 0 Republic of Macedonia Macedonia
(Lovech, Bulgaria; 11 May 2002)
Biggest win
Bulgaria Bulgaria 9 - 4 England England
(Deva, Romania; 21 January 2007)
Biggest defeat
Bulgaria Bulgaria 0 - 12 Romania Romania
(8 January 2004)

The Bulgaria national futsal team represents Bulgaria in international futsal competitions and is controlled by the Bulgarian Football Union.

Tournament records[edit]

FIFA Futsal World Championship[edit]

  • 2008 - not qualified
  • 2012 - not qualified

UEFA Futsal Championship[edit]

  • 2005 - not qualified
  • 2007 - not qualified
    • 2007 UEFA Futsal Championship qualification in Deva, Romania:
    • 18 January 2007 Bulgaria Bulgaria - Latvia Latvia 0 - 2
    • 19 January 2007 Bulgaria Bulgaria - Romania Romania 3 - 8
    • 21 January 2007 Bulgaria Bulgaria - England England 7 - 4
  • 2015 - not qualified

Recent fixtures[edit]

Date Location Opponent Score Competition Bulgaria scorers
18 January 2007 Deva, Romania Latvia Latvia 0-2 2007 UEFA Futsal Championship qualifying
19 January 2007 Deva, Romania Romania Romania 3-8 2007 UEFA Futsal Championship qualifying
21 January 2007 Deva, Romania England England 7-4 2007 UEFA Futsal Championship qualifying
31 January 2009 Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 3:0 Friendly
1 February 2009 Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 3:3 Friendly
14 January 2015 Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, Denmark Denmark 2-2 2015 UEFA Futsal Championship qualifying
15 January 2015 Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, Gibraltar Gibraltar 3-1 2015 UEFA Futsal Championship qualifying
17 January 2015 Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, Greece Greece 3-2 2015 UEFA Futsal Championship qualifying

Current squad[edit]

As of January 2011

# Pos Name Caps Club
1 GK Kostadin Belinov (C) 15 Grand Pro Varna
2 DF Hristo Kostov 8 Levski Sofia
3 FW Alen Aleksov 3 KMF Pirot
4 FW Stamen Arsov 5 UNWE Sofia
5 FW Dimitar Petev 8 Cherno More Varna
6 DF Georgi Karageorgiev 7 Grand Pro Varna
7 DF Dimitar Tsvetanov 8 Cherno More Varna
8 FW Stanislav Vasilev 10 Levski Sofia
9 DF Daniel Nestorov 12 Levski Sofia
10 FW Josif Shutev 8 Levski Sofia
11 DF Daniel Dimov 11 Grand Pro Varna
12 GK Ismet Hadjiev 12 Grand Pro Varna
13 DF Rosen Dachev 5 UNWE Sofia
14 FW Plamen Stoykov 8 Cerno More Varna

See also[edit]

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