FC Conegliano German

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Conegliano German logo.png
Full name Football Club Conegliano German
Founded 2001; 17 years ago (2001)
Ground German, Sofia
Capacity 2,000
Chairman Bulgarian Georgi Krastev
Manager Bulgarian Valeri Svilenov
League South-West V AFG
2013–14 A OFG, 1st /promoted/

FC Conegliano is a Bulgarian football club based in German. They currently play in the South-West Amateur Football Group, the third tier of Bulgarian football. The club was founded in 2001.


Since their establishment and promotion, Conegliano German have been an important team in the B PFG and achieved promotion to the A PFG in 2005-2006 by winning over Maritsa Plovdiv in the playoffs.

Since June 2006 the name of team has been Chernomorets Burgas Sofia. The club ended the 2006-07 season at the bottom of the table with no wins, a single draw and 29 losses in 30 games, and a goal difference of 8 scored and 131 conceded. The club didn't even end the season on positive points, with their single point from their only draw of the season not managing to cancel out a 3 point penalty imposed for not registering enough youth players, which meant the club ended the season with a points tally of -2.

The club has withdrawn from B PFG in summer 2007 due to big financial debts. The club changed its name to Chernomorets Burgas Bulgaria in the summer of 2007 and shortly after ceased to exist.

Current squad[edit]

As of 1 April 2015 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Bulgaria GK Dimitar Simeonov
Bulgaria GK Iliyan Bradvarov
Bulgaria DF Nikolay Nikolov
Bulgaria DF Georgi Gaydarov
Bulgaria DF Kalin Shtarkov
Bulgaria MF Kristiyan Petrov
Italy MF Pio Impagliatelli
No. Position Player
Bulgaria MF Kristiyan Mankovski
Bulgaria MF Asparuh Vasilev
Bulgaria MF Anatoli Todorov
Bulgaria FW Hristo Spasov
Bulgaria FW Antonio Pavlov
Bulgaria FW Dimitar Vodenicharov

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