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PFC Spartak Pleven

Spartak Pleven
Full name PFC Spartak Pleven
Founded 1919 (1919)
/restored 2010 (2010)/
Dissolved 2009 (2009)
Ground Pleven Stadium, Pleven
Ground Capacity 22,000
Chairman Bulgarian Angel Bonchev
Manager Bulgarian Boyko Tsvetkov
League North-West V AFG
2013–14 North-West V AFG, 4th

PFC Spartak Pleven (ПФК Спартак Плевен) is a Bulgarian football club from Pleven founded in 1919. The team's greatest achievements are the Bulgarian Cup final in 1957 and the third place in the Bulgarian Championship the following season. The team went bankrupt in January 2009 and officially ceased existence in June 2009. However at the beginning of 2010 the club was re-founded and currently plays in the North-West V AFG, the third level of Bulgarian football.

Spartak Pleven's colours are blue and white. Former Bulgarian international Plamen Getov is the club's most prominent figure, being the Spartak Pleven's top goalscorer with a total of 108 goals.


  • Honors 1
  • Current squad 2
  • Famous players 3
  • External links 4


Current squad

As of 1 August 2014

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Radoslav Mihaylov
86 GK Stanislav Antonov
91 GK Iskren Ignatov
14 DF Lachezar Kanchev
8 DF Petar Stoyanov
5 DF Kristiyan Grigorov
4 DF Mario Iliev
3 DF Vasil Mihaylov
20 DF Ivelin Lazarov
16 DF Lyubomir Hristov
11 MF Lyubomir Ivanov
No. Position Player
13 MF Vasil Shopov
6 MF Antoni Ivanov
7 MF Kaloyan Todorov
MF Viktor Ivanov
15 MF Tihomir Todorov
21 MF Ivaylo Dangurov
19 MF Svetlin Simeonov
22 MF Ventsislav Milenov
24 FW Lyubomir Todorov
9 FW Stefan Hristov
FW Kristiyan Ivanov

Famous players

External links

  • Official website
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