OFC Kom Berkovitsa

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Kom
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Full name Obshtinski Football Club Kom Berkovitsa
Nickname(s) Komo
Founded 1957; 60 years ago (1957)
Ground Mramor Stadium, Berkovitsa
Ground Capacity 3,000
League North-West V AFG
2013–14 North-West V AFG, 12th

OFC Kom (Bulgarian: ОФК Ком) is a Bulgarian football club from the town of Berkovitsa, currently playing in the North-West V AFG, the third level of Bulgarian football.

The club's home ground is the Mramor Stadium in Berkovitsa, with a capacity of 3,000. Team colours are white, red, black and yellow.

Honours[edit]

  • Cup of Amateur Football League
    • Winners: 2007–08
  • Eleventh place in the Western "B" group: 2008/09
  • 1/8 Finalist in the National Cup Tournament: at that time its official name was Cup of Bulgaria – 2010/11

History[edit]

Football Club Kom was founded in 1957. In 1972 the club qualified for Bulgarian second division, but five years later were relegated in amateur division.

In summer 2007 FC Kom merged with another amateur club – FC Minyor 2002 Draganitsa. The new club was named Kom-Minyor and in his first season finished in third position in third division. Thus Kom-Minyor qualified for the Bulgarian second professional division for the second time in his history. In 2007–08 season the club won and the Cup of Amateur Football League. The team have since forfeited their place in the league for the 2010–11 season.

In March 2011, the team decided to cancel its participation in the Bulgarian B Professional Football Group due to financial difficulties and the club was administratively relegated to the amateur divisions. After a few days the club was dissolved.

In 2012 FC Kom was restored.

Last squad[edit]

As of August 31, 2010

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

No. Position Player
1 Bulgaria GK Borislav Dragomirov
2 Bulgaria DF Aleksandar Goranov
3 Bulgaria DF Kostadin Boshikyov
4 Bulgaria MF Emanuil Petrov
5 Bulgaria DF Anton Vergilov
7 Bulgaria DF Chavdar Dimitrov
9 Bulgaria FW Blagovest Todorov
10 Bulgaria MF Ilian Antonov
11 Bulgaria MF Nikola Boychev
12 Bulgaria GK Georgi Sholevski
13 Bulgaria DF Galab Gerasimov
14 Bulgaria MF Georgi Nedyalkov
No. Position Player
15 Bulgaria MF Rosen Kolev
17 Bulgaria MF Dilyan Kolev
19 Bulgaria DF Milen Gotsov
22 Bulgaria MF Vladimir Georgiev
24 Bulgaria DF Kaloyan Zarchov
26 Bulgaria GK Petar Petrov
77 Bulgaria MF Dilyan Dimitrov
88 Bulgaria MF Miroslav Marinov
90 Bulgaria MF Svetoslav Kostov

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