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1941 Bulgarian State Football Championship

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1941 Bulgarian State Football Championship

Statistics of Bulgarian State Football Championship in the 1941 season.

Overview

It was contested by 11 teams, and PFC Slavia Sofia won the championship. The 1941 season was the first A PFG season to include teams from Vardar Macedonia, Western Thrace or the parts of Greek Macedonia under Bulgarian administration during much of World War II.

Round 1

Club - Club 1st leg 2nd leg
FK 13 Sofia - Vladislav Varna 3:0 3:0
Tsar Krum Byala Slatina - Petar Parchevich Plovdiv 6:1 1:0
Levski Plovdiv - Hadzhi Slavchev Pavlikeni 4:1 0:1
Napredak Ruse - ZhSK Sofia 1:3 2:1
Ticha Varna - PFC Slavia Sofia 1:2 0:0
Makedonia Skopie - Sportklub Plovdiv 2:1 0:3

Quarterfinals

Club - Club 1st leg 2nd leg
PFC Slavia Sofia - FK 13 Sofia 0:0 4:1
Tsar Krum Byala Slatina - Levski Plovdiv 0:0,2:2 1:1,2:3
Sportklub Plovdiv - ZhSK Sofia 0:2 0:1

Semifinals

Club - Club 1st leg 2nd leg
Levski Plovdiv - PFC Slavia Sofia 0:3 0:2

Final

Club - Club 1st leg 2nd leg
PFC Slavia Sofia - ZhSK Sofia 0:0 2:1

References

  • Bulgaria - List of final tables (RSSSF)

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