FC Parva Atomna Kozloduy
|Full name||FC Parva Atomna Kozloduy|
|Nickname(s)||The Botev's warriors|
|Founded||1974 as FC Parva Atomna|
2000 as FC Botev Kozloduy
2016 as FC Parva Atomna Kozloduy
|Ground||Hristo Botev, Kozloduy|
|League||North-West Third League|
|2017–18||North-West Third League, 5th|
The first football team of the town of Kozloduy is based in the 1950s. Then the teams played in regional groups of Vratsa. In 1974 after the founding of the Kozloduy NPP is based on current club. First named Parva atomna, but then a sign of the cross Botev. The biggest success of the club is 12th place in the B PFG during season 1976-1977. The team reaches 4 times to B PFG.
In 2016 the team returned to its original name Parva Atomna Kozloduy. Since the club was relegated in the end of the 2015–16 season, they were merged with Dunav Selanovtsi and joined the newly formed Bulgarian Third League. The team started with 15 players from the previous team.
As of 1 September 2011 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
The Hristo Botev stadium was built in 1970 with only one stand, which is filled with benches. After modernization in 2008, the facility achieved a decent standard for the amateur football groups. Current capacity for the stadium is 3,000 people.
|2009–10||V AFG (III)||5||13||7||8||52||39||46||not qualified|
|2010–11||V AFG||2||19||4||7||57||16||61||not qualified|
|2011–12||V AFG||3||19||4||7||78||24||61||Second round|
|2012–13||V AFG||2||15||4||3||46||15||49||not qualified|
|2013–14||V AFG||9||9||9||12||45||50||36||not qualified|
|2014–15||V AFG||12||5||6||15||31||45||31||not qualified|
|2015–16||V AFG||15||4||3||23||23||65||15||not qualified|
|2016–17||Third League (III)||8||10||5||13||43||56||35||not qualified|
|2017–18||Third League||5||15||7||8||45||29||52||not qualified|
|Green marks a season followed by promotion, red a season followed by relegation.|