FC Balkan Botevgrad
|Full name||FC Balkan 1929 Botevgrad|
29 September 2015 (refounded)
|Ground||Hristo Botev Stadium (Botevgrad)|
|League||South-West Third League|
|2017–18||South-West Third League, 10th|
The club was established in 1929 with the name "Stamen Panchev". In 1945 the club was renamed "Hristo Gurbov". Since 1947 the name is "Balkan". The main kit-colours of the team are green and white. In his history the club participated in either the second or the third Bulgarian division. Currently the team is playing in Bulgarian B Professional Football Group. From 2005, the chairman of the club is Tihomir Ninov. In 2007/2008 season Balkan finished 2nd in the Bulgarian South-West V AFG, but won promotion, because of the changes from the 2008/2009 season in Bulgaria's West and East B Groups. From 2008, the chief executive is the famous Bulgarian footballer Marian Hristov. The club qualified at the 1/8 finals of the Bulgarian Cup 2008-09 after defeating PFC Belite orli Pleven with 2:0 and beating PFC Lokomotiv Mezdra with 1:0 to make it to the 1/8 finals of the competition. Unfortunately, "Balkan" was eliminated by CSKA Sofia after a score of 5:0.
- Bulgarian second division - 5th place - 1978/1979, 2008/2009
- Bulgarian Cup - 1/8 finals - 1989, 2008
As of 1 August 2018 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|2015–16||A RFG (IV)||1st||17||1||0||69||13||52||not qualified|
|2016–17||Third League (III)||12th||11||7||16||54||55||40||not qualified|
|2017–18||Third League||10th||10||11||13||49||60||41||not qualified|
|Green marks a season followed by promotion, red a season followed by relegation.|