1925 Bulgarian State Football Championship

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Bulgarian State Football Championship
Season 1925
Champions Vladislav Varna
1924
1926
Vladislav Varna with the title in 1925

The 1925 Bulgarian State Football Championship was the second edition of the competition. It was contested by 6 teams, and Vladislav Varna won the championship by beating Levski Sofia 2–0 in the finals. They became the first football champions of Bulgaria.

Qualified teams[edit]

The teams that participated in the competition were the six winners of their local sport federations.

Federation Team
Severobulgarska SF Vladislav Varna
Bdinska SF Orel Vratsa
Sofiyska SF Levski Sofia
Yugozapadna SF Levski Dupnitsa
Trakiyska SF BP 25 Plovdiv[Note 1]
Seaside sport federation Asenovets Sliven

Quarter finals[edit]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Levski Dupnitsa 5–0 Orel Vratsa
Vladislav Varna 3–0 awd Asenovets Sliven

Semi-finals[edit]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Vladislav Varna 4–0 Levski Dupnitsa
BP 25 Plovdiv 0–4 Levski Sofia

Final[edit]

Levski Sofia 0–2 Vladislav Varna
P. Ivanov Goal 3' (o.g.)
Terzetta Goal
Playground Yunak Stadium, Sofia
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Ivan Batandzhiev (Sofia)
GK Bulgaria Petar Ivanov
DF Bulgaria Aleksandar Hristov
DF Bulgaria Ivan Radoev
DF Bulgaria Simeon Yankov
MF Bulgaria Geno Mateev
MF Bulgaria Dimitar Drazhev
FW Bulgaria Kiril Petrunov
FW Bulgaria Dimitar Mutafchiev
FW Bulgaria Tsvetan Genev (c)
FW Bulgaria Konstantin Maznikov
FW Bulgaria Kiril Yovovich
Manager:
Bulgaria Boris Vasilev
GK Bulgaria Zdravko Yanakiev
DF Bulgaria Lyuben Mitev
DF Bulgaria Boris Stavrev
DF Bulgaria Petar Hristov
MF Bulgaria Georgi Georgiev
MF Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Ivan Bulgakov
FW Bulgaria Dimitar Dimitriev
FW Kingdom of Italy Egon Terzetta (c)
FW Bulgaria Krastyo Petrov
FW Bulgaria Aleksi Aleksiev
FW Bulgaria Andrey Ivanov
Manager:
Germany Ernst Murg

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The full name of BP 25 Plovdiv is Benkovski-Pobeda 25.

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