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1943 Bulgarian State Football Championship

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1943 Bulgarian State Football Championship

Statistics of Bulgarian State Football Championship in the 1943 season.


It was contested by 26 teams, and PFC Slavia Sofia won the championship. Besides teams from the present borders of Bulgaria, the 1943 season also involved teams from the areas under Bulgarian administration during much of World War II. Football clubs from Bitola and Skopje in Vardar Macedonia and Kavala in Greek Macedonia took part in the competition.

Round 1

Club - Club 1st leg 2nd leg
Levski Dobrich - ZhSK Ruse 2:4 2:4
Belomorets Kavala - Botev Haskovo 4:1 2:1
Orel-Chegan 30 Vratsa - Knyaginya Maria Luisa Lom 1:2 2:4
Georgi Drazhev Yambol - Levski Burgas 2:1 1:2, 1:3 aet
Knyaz Simeon Tarnovski Pavlikeni - Chardafon Gabrovo 3:0
SP 39 Pleven - Sportist Sofia 1:4 0:3
ZhSK Skopie - Makedonia Bitolya 3:0 1:0
Han Kubrat Popovo - Vladislav Varna 1:1 0:3
Tritsvet Chirpan - Botev Plovdiv 1:4 0:3
ZhSK Sofia - Ticha Varna 2:0 0:0
Botev Gorna Dzhumaya - Atletik Dupnitsa 1:3 0:3

Round 2

Club - Club 1st leg 2nd leg
Sportist Sofia - Knyaginya Maria Luisa Lom 5:0 4:0
ZhSK Ruse - Vladislav Varna 2:4 6:1
Knyaz Simeon Tarnovski Pavlikeni - Levski Burgas 3:4 1:2
Belomorets Kavala - Botev Plovdiv 2:1 0:1, 0:1 aet 1:2
Levski Sofia - Atletik Dupnitsa 2:1 4:1
Levski Plovdiv - ZhSK Skopie 3:1 2:1
ZhSK Sofia - Makedonia Skopie 3:0 3:0


Club - Club 1st leg 2nd leg
Levski Sofia - ZhSK Sofia 2:2 2:1
Sportist Sofia - Slavia Sofia 2:2 0:1
Levski Burgas - Botev Plovdiv 0:1 0:3
Levski Plovdiv - ZhSK Ruse 6:1 1:3


Club - Club 1st leg 2nd leg
Levski Sofia - Levski Plovdiv 3:1 2:0
Botev Plovdiv - Slavia Sofia 1:1 1:5


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


  • Bulgaria - List of final tables (RSSSF)

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