FC Dorostol Silistra

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Dorostol Silistra
Dorostol logo.png
Full name Football Club Dorostol 2013
Founded 1945; 72 years ago (1945)
Dissolved 2012; 5 years ago (2012)
Ground Louis Eyer Stadium, Silistra
Ground Capacity 12,000
Chairman Bulgaria Milen Penchev
Manager Bulgaria Samir Seliminski
League V Group
2011–12 East B PFG, 10th /relegated/

FC Dorostol (Bulgarian: ФК Доростол) is a Bulgarian football club based in Silistra, who currently plays at the Third League, the third division of Bulgarian football. Its home stadium "Louis Ayer" has a capacity of 12 000 seats. Club colors are blue and white. The club was officially founded in 1945. However it exists informally from 1902, which makes it the oldest Bulgarian football club.

Last squad[edit]

As of January 21, 2012 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 Bulgaria MF Stanislav Sabev
3 Bulgaria DF Marian Ivanov
5 Bulgaria DF Darin Andonov
7 Bulgaria MF Ersen Osman
9 Bulgaria FW Rumen Aleksandrov
10 Bulgaria MF Erhan Mehmed
11 Bulgaria MF Marian Genov
12 Bulgaria MF Goran Churkin
13 Bulgaria FW Ozgur Hamdi
14 Bulgaria FW Todor Dankov
No. Position Player
16 Bulgaria MF Ivan Velikov
17 Bulgaria MF Ivan Pavlov
18 Bulgaria DF Martin Penev
19 Bulgaria MF Stanislav Petrov
21 Bulgaria DF Miroslav Nachev
22 Nigeria FW Ekundayo Jayeoba
23 Bulgaria DF Stefan Donchev
25 Bulgaria MF Mihail Petrov
88 Bulgaria GK Todor Todorov

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