Cup of Bulgarian Amateur Football League

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Cup of Bulgarian Amateur Football League
Organising body Bulgarian Football Union
Founded 1994; 23 years ago (1994)
Region Europe (UEFA)
Number of teams V AFG teams + 4 zonal 4th div. winners
Current champions Nesebar (1st time)
Most successful club(s) Dunav Ruse (2 times)
Pomorie (2 times)
Television broadcasters None

The Cup of the Bulgarian Amateur Football League (Bulgarian: Купа на Аматьорската футболна лига) is a Bulgarian annual football competition founded by the BFU in 1994.

Structure[edit]

All officially registered amateur Bulgarian football teams can take part in it. The tournament is held in three stages - regional qualifiers in September and October, play-offs involving regional leaders between November and March, and the semifinals and final in April and May. Matches from the two final stages are played on neutral ground.

Winners[edit]

Year Winner Result Opponent Venue Attendance
1995
Septemvri Simitli
1996
Loviko Suhindol
1997
Kremikovtsi
1998
Rodopa Smolyan
Kaliakra Kavarna
Ovcha Kupel Stadium, Sofia
1999
Vidima-Rakovski
4-3
Rozova Dolina Kazanlak
2000
Fairplay Varna
0-0 (5-4 p)
Sokol Markovo
Ovcha Kupel Stadium, Sofia
1,000
2001
Siera Dimitrovgrad
2-0
Fairplay Varna
Ovcha Kupel Stadium, Sofia
2002
Yantra Gabrovo
2-0
Rodopa Smolyan
Ovcha Kupel Stadium, Sofia
175
2003
Pomorie
2004
Dunav Ruse
1-0
Sliven 2000
Lokomotiv Stadium, Sofia
500
2005
Haskovo
1-1 (5-4 p)
Minyor Pernik
Lokomotiv Stadium, Sofia
1,000
2006
Chernomorets 919
4-1
Kostinbrod
2007
Malesh Mikrevo
3-1
Benkovski Byala
Hadzhi Dimitar Stadium, Sliven
350
2008
Kom-Minyor
2-1
Chernomorets Nesebar
2009
Pomorie
4-1
Benkovski Byala
Ticha Stadium, Varna
250
2010
Ravda 1954
1-0
Dve Mogili
Hadzhi Dimitar Stadium, Sliven
2011
Neftochimic 1986 Burgas
2-2 (5-4 p)
Spartak Varna
2012
Vitosha Bistritsa
2-1
Dve Mogili
Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia
280
2013
Lokomotiv 2012 Mezdra
1-1 (6-5 p)
Orlovetz Pobeda
Akademik Stadium, Sofia
2014
Vereya Stara Zagora
2-0
Minyor Pernik
Botev 1912 Sports Complex, Komatevo
680
2015
Dunav Ruse
4-2
Slivnishki Geroy
Ivaylo Stadium, Veliko Tarnovo
380
2016
Nesebar
2-0
Chernomorets Balchik
Ivaylo Stadium, Veliko Tarnovo
250

Multiple finalists[edit]

Club Winners Runners-up Winning Years
Dunav Ruse
2
0
2004, 2015
Pomorie
2
0
2003, 2009
Fairplay Varna
1
1
2000
Rodopa Smolyan
1
1
1998
Benkovski Byala
0
2
Dve Mogili
0
2
Benkovski Byala
0
2

Winners by region[edit]

Region Number of wins Last winning year
South-East
9
2016
North-West
5
2013
South-West
5
2012
North-East
3
2015

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