Bulgarian women's football championship

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Bulgarian women's football championship
Founded1985
Country Bulgaria
ConfederationUEFA
Number of teams8
Level on pyramid1
Domestic cup(s)Bulgarian Cup
International cup(s)UEFA Champions League
Current championsFC NSA Sofia
(2017–18)
Most championshipsFC NSA Sofia (15 titles)
2018–19

The Bulgarian national championship of women's football (Bulgarian: Държавно първенство жени) is contested in Bulgarian's top level league.

It features eight teams that play a double round robin to decide the champion, which qualifies for a spot in the UEFA Women's Champions League. Because the few teams in the country the league is closed, that is there is no relegation to a second league.[1]

2015–16 Teams[edit]

Team Location Stadium Capacity (seating)
Akademik–Geo Milev Sofia Akademik Stadium 8,000
Beroe Stara Zagora Beroe Stadium 12,128
Bolyarki Veliko Tarnovo Ivaylo Stadium 25,000
Burgas Ladies Burgas Chernomorets Stadium 22,000
Ekomet 90 Plovdiv Plovdiv Stadium 55,000
LP Super Sport Sofia German Stadium 2,000
NSA Sofia Sofia NSA Stadium 1,000
Sevlievo Ladies Sevlievo Rakovski Stadium 5,000
Sportika Blagoevgrad Hristo Botev Stadium 7,500
WFC Varna Varna Spartak Stadium 8,000

Champions[edit]

A list of champions[2]

  • 1985/86 Akademik (Sofia)
  • 1986/87 Akademik (Sofia)
  • 1987/88 Akademik (Sofia)
  • 1988/89 CFKA Sredets (Sofia)
  • 1989/90 PFC Akademik Sofia[citation needed]
  • 1990/91 FC NSA Sofia
  • 1991/92 Lokomotiv /Stara Zagora/
  • 1992/93 CSKA Sofia
  • 1993/94 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 1994/95 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 1995/96 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 1996/97 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 1997/98 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 1998/99 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 1999/00 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 2000/01 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 2001/02 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 2002/03 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 2003/04 LP Super sport (Sofia)
  • 2004/05 FC NSA Sofia
  • 2005/06 FC NSA Sofia
  • 2006/07 FC NSA Sofia
  • 2007/08 FC NSA Sofia
  • 2008/09: FC NSA Sofia
  • 2009/10: FC NSA Sofia
  • 2010/11: FC NSA Sofia
  • 2011/12: FC NSA Sofia
  • 2012/13: FC NSA Sofia
  • 2013/14: FC NSA Sofia[3]
  • 2014/15: FC NSA Sofia
  • 2015/16: FC NSA Sofia
  • 2016/17: FC NSA Sofia
  • 2017/18: FC NSA Sofia

By club[edit]

Titles Club
14 FC NSA Sofia
10 Grand Hotel Varna
4 Akademik (Sofia)
2 CSKA Sofia
1 Hebar (Pazardzhik)
Lokomotiv (Plovdiv)
LP Super Sport (Sofia)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Women's football across the national associations (2013/14)" (PDF). UEFA. Retrieved 19 February 2014.
  2. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesb/bulg-womchamp.html
  3. ^ "NSA triumphed title in women's football championship for a record 11th time" (in Bulgarian). focus-sport.net. 15 May 2014. Retrieved 16 May 2014.

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