1925 Bulgarian State Football Championship

1925 Bulgarian State Football Championship
Country Bulgaria
Champions Vladislav Varna
Runners-up Levski Sofia
Matches played 5
Goals scored 18 (3.6 per match)

The 1925 Bulgarian State Football Championship was the 2nd season of the Bulgarian State Football Championship. It was contested by 6 teams and Vladislav Varna was the first champion of Bulgaria.


The teams that participated in the competition were the six winners of their local sport federations.

Federation Team
North-Bulgarian sport federation Vladislav Varna
Sofia sport federation Levski Sofia
Seaside sport federation Asenovets Sliven
Thracian sport federation Benkovski-Pobeda 25
South-west sport federation Levski Dupnitsa
Bdin sport federation Orel Vratsa


Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Levski Dupnitsa 5–0 Orel Vratsa
2 Vladislav Varna 3–0 Asenovets Sliven


Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Vladislav Varna 4–0 Levski Dupnitsa
2 Benkovski-Pobeda 25 0–4 Levski Sofia


30 August 1925
Levski Sofia 0–2 Vladislav Varna
Ivanov Goal
Terzetta Goal


  • Bulgaria - List of final tables (RSSSF)

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