Bulgaria women's national football team

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Bulgaria
Nickname(s) The Lions
Association Bulgarian Football Union
Confederation UEFA (Europe)
Head coach Silviya Radoyska
Captain Radoslava Slavcheva
Home stadium Lovech Stadium
FIFA code BUL
First colours
Second colours
FIFA ranking
Current 65 Increase 1 (24 March 2017)
Highest 33 (December 2008)
Lowest 75 (July 2015)

The Bulgaria national women’s football team is the national football team of Bulgaria and is controlled by the Bulgarian Football Union. The team's major success came in 2008 when they won the Balkan Championship and the Albena Cup in the same year. These major tournament victories brought them up to their all-time highest ranking.

Competition record[edit]

Albena Cup record[edit]

Year Rank
Bulgaria 2008 Champions

Balkan Cup record[edit]

Year Rank
Bulgaria 2008 Champions

World Cup record[edit]

Year Rank
France 2019 To Be Determined

Current squad[edit]

No. Pos. Player Club
GK Korneliya Naydenova Bulgaria NSA Sofia
GK Roksana Shahanska Bulgaria NSA Sofia
DF Zlatka Gaberova Bulgaria NSA Sofia
DF Kristina Ivanova Bulgaria Olympia Sofia
DF Veselina Mahlelieva Bulgaria Sportika Blagoevgrad
DF Petya Petkova Bulgaria Beroe
DF Kristina Petrunova Bulgaria Sportika Blagoevgrad
DF Radoslava Slavcheva Poland Medyk Konin
DF Todora Todorova Bulgaria Olympia Sofia
DF Nikoleta Voyskova Bulgaria NSA Sofia
MF Ivanka Koleva Bulgaria WFC Ekomet
MF Tsvetana Mancheva Bulgaria Beroe
MF Lydia Nacheva Bulgaria Supersport Sofia
MF Silvia Radoyska Bulgaria NSA Sofia
MF Denitsa Semkova Bulgaria Olympia Sofia
MF Stanislava Tsekova Bulgaria NSA Sofia
FW Valentina Gospodinova Bulgaria NSA Sofia
FW Nina Hristova Bulgaria Varna
FW Borislava Kireva Bulgaria NSA Sofia
FW Velina Koshuleva Bulgaria NSA Sofia
FW Liliana Kostova Cyprus Apollon Limassol

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