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1924 Bulgarian State Football Championship

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1924 Bulgarian State Football Championship

1924 Bulgarian State Football Championship
Country Bulgaria
Champions None
Matches played 4
Goals scored 15 (3.75 per match)

The 1924 Bulgarian State Football Championship was the first edition of the Bulgarian State Football Championship. It was contested by 6 teams. The championship was not finished and there wasn't any winner.

At the semi-finals, in match between Vladislav Varna and Levski Sofia was not judged to be played extra time due to insufficient light to continue the game. Vladislav refuse to replay the game on the next day in Sofia, and leave for Varna, demanding the replay to be staged there. The Bulgarian National Sports Federation (BNSF) at first sets a new date for the replay, which is again to take place in Sofia, then give in and allow for the game to be played in Varna, but only if Vladislav and the North-Bulgarian sport federation cover the losses for the Sofia replay that didn't take place. At the end BNSF and Vladislav didn't reach final agreement and the championship was abandoned.


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 Chernomorets Burgas
Thracian sport federation Pobeda Plovdiv
South-west sport federation Krakra Pernik
Bdin sport federation Orel Vratsa


Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Chernomorets Burgas 0–7 Levski Sofia
2 Orel Vratsa 3–0 Krakra Pernik


Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Pobeda Plovdiv 5–0 Orel Vratsa
2 Levski Sofia 0–0 Vladislav Varna


  • Bulgaria - List of final tables (RSSSF)

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