FC Lokomotiv Dryanovo

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Lokomotiv
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Full name FC Lokomotiv Dryanovo
Founded 1927; 90 years ago (1927)
Ground Lokomotiv Stadium, Dryanovo
Ground Capacity 3,500
Chairman Bulgaria Georgi Valev
Manager Bulgaria Petar Krastev
League North-West V AFG
2011–12 North-West V AFG, 16th /relegated/

FC Lokomotiv Dryanovo (Bulgarian: ФК Локомотив Дряново) is a Bulgarian football club from the town of Dryanovo, currently playing in the Bulgarian North-West V AFG, the third division of Bulgarian football. Its home matches take place at the Lokomotiv Stadium with a 3,500-seat capacity. Club colors are red and black. The club was officially founded in 1927, after by the merging of FC Boyuv Yaz and FC Old Hero. In 1958 the club was a Bulgarian champion of the railwaymen. In 1993/94 Lokomotiv Dryanovo qualified for Round of 16 of the Bulgarian Cup, but were eliminated by the FC Chirpan after 0-0 in first leg and 0-3 in second leg. Plamen Nikolov, Martin Kushev and Stanislav Genchev is a players whose career began at the Lokomotiv. In 2005 Lokomotiv Dryanovo went to bankrupt, but one year later the club was restored by Georgi Valev.

The top achievements[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
GK Assen Borisov
GK Dilyan Karavelev
GK Martin Gerdhjikov
DF Bogdan Georgiev
DF Bilyal Mustafov
DF Martin Penev
DF Hristo Koev
DF Samuil Genchev
DF Georgi Dyankov
DF Martin Simeonov
No. Position Player
DF Svilen Vassilev (captain)
MF Emil Georgiev
MF Victor Venkov
MF Krasen Denev
MF Dencho Shipkaliev
MF Bilyant Mustafov
MF Georgi Kolev
FW Martin Krastev
FW Kalin Genchev
FW Ivelin Drashkov

Notable players[edit]

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