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Bulgarian women's football championship

 

Bulgarian women's football championship

Bulgarian women's football championship
Country  Bulgaria
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1985
Number of teams 8
Levels on pyramid 1
International cup(s) UEFA Champions League
Current champions FC NSA Sofia
(2013/14)

The Bulgarian national championship of women's football (Bulgarian: Държавно първенство жени) is contested in Bulgarian's top level league.

It features eight teams that play a double round robin to decide the champion, which qualifies for a spot in the UEFA Women's Champions League. Because the few teams in the country the league is closed, that is there is no relegation to a second league.[1]

Contents

  • 2012–13 Teams 1
  • Champions 2
  • By club 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

2012–13 Teams

Champions

A list of champions[2]

  • 1985/86 Akademik (Sofia)
  • 1986/87 Akademik (Sofia)
  • 1987/88 Akademik (Sofia)
  • 1988/89 CFKA Sredets (Sofia)
  • 1989/90 PFC Akademik Sofia
  • 1990/91 FC NSA Sofia
  • 1991/92 Hebar (Pazardzhik)
  • 1992/93 Lokomotiv (Plovdiv)
  • 1993/94 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 1994/95 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 1995/96 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 1996/97 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 1997/98 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 1998/99 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 1999/00 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 2000/01 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 2001/02 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 2002/03 Grand Hotel Varna
  • 2003/04 LP Super sport (Sofia)
  • 2004/05 FC NSA Sofia
  • 2005/06 FC NSA Sofia
  • 2006/07 FC NSA Sofia
  • 2007/08 FC NSA Sofia
  • 2008/09: FC NSA Sofia
  • 2009/10: FC NSA Sofia
  • 2010/11: FC NSA Sofia
  • 2011/12: FC NSA Sofia
  • 2012/13: FC NSA Sofia
  • 2013/14: FC NSA Sofia[3]

By club

Titles Club
11 FC NSA Sofia
10 Grand Hotel Varna
4 Akademik (Sofia)
1 CFKA Sredets (Sofia)
Hebar (Pazardzhik)
Lokomotiv (Plovdiv)
LP Super sport (Sofia)

References

  1. ^ "Women's football across the national associations (2013/14)". UEFA. Retrieved 19 February 2014. 
  2. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesb/bulg-womchamp.html
  3. ^ "NSA triumphed title in women's football championship for a record 11th time" (in Bulgarian). focus-sport.net. 15 May 2014. Retrieved 16 May 2014. 

External links

  • Official Site
  • League at uefa.com
  • League at soccerway.com - standings, results, fixtures
  • Bulgarian-Football.com
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