|09 Jul 22||Botev Plovdiv ||-|| Hebar Pazardzhik|
|16 Jul 22||Hebar Pazardzhik ||-|| Septemvri Sofia|
|23 Jul 22||Lokomotiv Plovdiv ||-|| Hebar Pazardzhik|
|30 Jul 22||Hebar Pazardzhik ||-|| CSKA 1948|
|06 Aug 22||Spartak Varna ||-|| Hebar Pazardzhik|
|02 Jul 22||Hebar Pazardzhik|| ||1 - 1|| ||Vitosha Bistritsa|
|28 Jun 22||Slavia Sofia|| ||1 - 2|| ||Hebar Pazardzhik|
|23 Jun 22||Cherno More|| ||1 - 2|| ||Hebar Pazardzhik|
|21 May 22||Septemvri Simitli|| ||1 - 2|| ||Hebar Pazardzhik|
|14 May 22||Hebar Pazardzhik|| ||3 - 0|| ||Marek Dupnitsa|
FC Hebar (Bulgarian: Футболен клуб Хебър) is a Bulgarian association football club based in Pazardzhik. The club currently competes in the Second League, the second tier of the Bulgarian football league system.
Founded in 1918, they have played at their current home ground, Georgi Benkovski Stadium, since 1989. Hebar have played a total of three seasons in the top level of Bulgarian football, most recently in 2001. Despite finishing ninth that season, the owners of the club moved it to Petrich, becoming Belasitsa Petrich. Fans from Pazardzhik re-founded the club the same year, starting from the amateur levels. For the majority of its history, the club has played either in the second or third levels of the football pyramid.
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