|Full name||Football Club Lyubimets|
|League||A RFG Haskovo|
|2016–17||South-East Third League, 17th (relegated)|
The club's home ground is the local Municipal Stadium in Lyubimets, which has an overall capacity of 4,000 seats.
The first club was founded as Football Club Maritsa in 1921. In 1947 the club changed its name to Football Club Strela. In the 1960s the club finally was named Football Club Lyubimets. They participated just in third and fourth divisions of Bulgarian football and was dissolved by the end of 1993–94 season.
In 2007, thirteen years later, the club was restored as Football Club Lyubimets 2007. In his first season, the club were promoted for first time to second division. In the first season in professional football, the club finished in 7th place.
On 9 January 2013, club's former player Veselin Velikov was announced as the new manager. Four months later he led Lyubimets to promotion to the A PFG for first time in the club's history, finishing in 2nd place in the B PFG.
The first season in the professional top-flight began with a 1-0 win over defending champions Ludogorets Razgrad. Lyubimets went on to win 9 points from their first four games, including wins against Lokomotiv Sofia and Europa League participants Botev Plovdiv (2-1 away in Plovdiv).
- 14th place 2013–14
- Runners-up: 2012–13
- After restored
- After restored in 2007
Most appearances for the club
Most goals for the club
- Bold signals active players
- Correct as of 2013-06-10
|2015–16||A RFG (IV)||4th||13||7||4||58||32||46||not qualified|
|2016–17||Third League (III)||17th||9||6||19||38||79||33||not qualified|
|2017–18||A RFG (IV)||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||TBD|
|Green marks a season followed by promotion, red a season followed by relegation.|