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FC Tundzha

Tundzha
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Full name FC Tundzha Yambol
Founded 1915;  (1915)
Ground Luskov Stadium, Yambol
Ground Capacity 15,000
Chairman Galin Iliev
Manager Dimitar Ivanov
League South-East V AFG
2010–11 South-East V AFG, 18th
Home colours
Away colours

FC Tundzha (Bulgarian: ФК Тунджа) is a Bulgarian football club based in Yambol, currently playing in the Bulgarian V AFG, the third division of Bulgarian football. Its home stadium "Tundzha" has a capacity of 5000 seats. Club colors are blue and yellow. The club was officially founded in 1915. Its best achievement was third place in Bulgarian championship in 1933 and 1936, and the three participating in the Bulgarian top division between 1970 and 1973.

Previous names

  • FC Slava1929–1939
  • FC Botev1933–1934
  • FC Georgi Drazhev1935–1945
  • FC Partizani1945–1950
  • FC Dinamo1950–1956
  • FC Nikolay Laskov1956–1979
  • FC Yambol1993–2004

Honours

  • Bulgarian championship – 3 place – 1933, 1936
  • Bulgarian "A" PFG – 13 place – 1971
  • Bulgarian Cup – 1/2 Final: 1939
  • Bulgarian Cup – 1/4 Final: 1960

Current squad

As of 1 October 2011 Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 Bulgaria DF Ivan Mitev
3 Bulgaria DF Nikolay Zhechev
4 Bulgaria DF Martin Simeonov
5 Bulgaria DF Tsvetelin Radev
7 Bulgaria MF Simeon Baev
8 Bulgaria MF Stanimir Dimitrov
10 Bulgaria MF Stoyko Kolev
No. Position Player
12 Bulgaria FW Georgi Gonchev
13 Bulgaria MF Ahmed Faykov
15 Bulgaria DF Svilen Sashev
19 Bulgaria FW Petar Stanev
20 Bulgaria MF Nikolay Nachev
77 Bulgaria MF Ivaylo Petrov
80 Bulgaria GK Dimo Marinov

Notable players

External links

  • Official website


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