FC Bdin

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Bdin
Bdin vidin logo.png
Full name FC Bdin Vidin
Founded 1923; 92 years ago (1923)
Ground Georgi Benkovski,
Vidin
Ground Capacity 15,000
League North-West V AFG
2013–14 North-West V AFG, 7th

FC Bdin (Bulgarian: ФК Бдин) is a Bulgarian football club based in Vidin, currently playing in the West B PFG, the second division of Bulgarian football. Its home stadium "Georgi Benkovski" has a capacity of 15 000 seats. Club colors are red and white. The club was officially founded in 1923.

History[edit]

The club was founded as Viktoria 23 in 1923. In 1946 they reached the Bulgarian Republic Football Championship semi-finals, eliminating Botev Plovdiv and Hadzhi Slavchev Pavlikeni along the way.

Honours[edit]

  • Semifinalist in the national championship tournament: 1946
  • Ninth place in the "A" group: 1948/49
  • Four times 1/4 in the tournament National Cup: twice for the King's Cup - 1940 and 1941 and twice for the Cup of the Soviet Army - 1946 and 1948 / '49
  • 1/4 finalist in the tournament Cup of the Soviet Army (as a secondary event): 1982/83

Current squad[edit]

As of February 23, 2012 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Bulgaria GK Todor Kyuchukov (captain)
2 Bulgaria DF Georgi Nikolov
3 Bulgaria DF Miroslav Rizov
4 Bulgaria MF Todor Timonov
5 Bulgaria DF Ivaylo Ivanov
6 Bulgaria DF Georgi Georgiev
7 Bulgaria DF Tsvetan Zarev
8 Bulgaria DF Kostadin Gadzhalov
9 Bulgaria FW Borislav Hazurov
10 Bulgaria MF Nikolay Tsvetkov
11 Bulgaria MF Georgi Iliev
12 Bulgaria GK Hristo Matev
No. Position Player
13 Ivory Coast MF Quatara Mamadu
14 Bulgaria MF Martin Kerchev
15 Bulgaria FW Vladislav Mirchev
16 Bulgaria MF Dimitar Petkov
17 Bulgaria FW Yavor Vandev
18 Bulgaria MF Antonio Laskov
19 Bulgaria MF Angel Tsolov
20 Bulgaria DF Petar Kyumurdzhiev
21 Bulgaria MF Ivan Mishev
22 Bulgaria GK Dimitar Simeonov
23 Bulgaria FW Tsvetoslav Todorov

History[edit]

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