|05 Dec 21||Slavia Sofia ||-|| Lokomotiv Plovdiv|
|10 Dec 21||Lokomotiv Plovdiv ||-|| Botev Vratsa|
|19 Feb 22||Levski Sofia ||-|| Lokomotiv Plovdiv|
|26 Feb 22||Lokomotiv Plovdiv ||-|| Tsarsko Selo|
|05 Mar 22||Botev Plovdiv ||-|| Lokomotiv Plovdiv|
|01 Dec 21||Lokomotiv Plovdiv|| ||1 - 1|| ||Cherno More|
|27 Nov 21||Pirin Blagoevgrad|| ||2 - 3|| ||Lokomotiv Plovdiv|
|21 Nov 21||Lokomotiv Plovdiv|| ||2 - 1|| ||Lokomotiv Sofia|
|07 Nov 21||Ludogorets Razgrad|| ||1 - 0|| ||Lokomotiv Plovdiv|
|31 Oct 21||CSKA Sofia|| ||1 - 3|| ||Lokomotiv Plovdiv|
Lokomotiv (Bulgarian: Локомотив) is a Bulgarian professional association football club based in Plovdiv, that competes in the country's primary football competition, the First League. Lokomotiv's home ground is the homonymous Lokomotiv Stadium situated in the Lauta park of the city, with a capacity of 10,000 spectators.
Established in 1926, in the 2003–04 season of the A Group, Lokomotiv became champions of Bulgaria, finishing the season with three points more than the second-ranked, Levski Sofia. Lokomotiv Plovdiv have also won one Bulgarian Supercup, one Cup of the Soviet Army in 1983 and most recently - one Bulgarian Cup in 2019. The club's biggest success in Europe is reaching the third round of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup in 1965, after losing to the Italian Juventus F.C. in a play-off match.
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