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1914 (108 years old)


Vivacom Arena - Georgi Asparuhov
(25,000 Capacity)

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Sofia, Bulgaria


Bulgarian First League

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05 Mar 22 Levski Sofia   -  CSKA Sofia
12 Mar 22 Ludogorets Razgrad   -  Levski Sofia
19 Mar 22 Levski Sofia   -  Lokomotiv Sofia

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21 Jan 22 Levski Sofia  1 - 1  Bohemians
18 Jan 22 Levski Sofia  1 - 1  Gornik Zabrze
12 Dec 21 Beroe  1 - 1  Levski Sofia
04 Dec 21 Levski Sofia  2 - 0  Botev Plovdiv
01 Dec 21 Tsarsko Selo  0 - 1  Levski Sofia

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Levski Sofia (Bulgarian: Левски София) is a professional association football club based in Sofia, Bulgaria, ranked 1st in the All-time Bulgarian League table. The team competes in the First League, the top division of the Bulgarian football league system. The club was founded on May 24, 1914, as a football department of Sport Club Levski by a group of students and is named after Vasil Levski, a Bulgarian revolutionary renowned as the national hero of the country.

Levski have participated in more seasons of the Bulgarian football championship than any other team and are the only Bulgarian team to have never been relegated. They have won 26 A Group titles, 25 Bulgarian Cups and 3 Super Cups, which include a record 13 Doubles and 2 Trebles. On an international basis, Levski have reached five European Cup Winners' Cup and UEFA Cup quarterfinals, two Balkans Cup finals, and in 2006, they became the first Bulgarian club to reach the group stages of the UEFA Champions League.

The team's regular kit colour is all-blue. Levski's home ground is the Vivacom Arena - Georgi Asparuhov in Sofia, which has a capacity of 25,000 spectators. The club's biggest rivals are CSKA Sofia, and matches between the two capital sides are commonly referred to as The Eternal Derby of Bulgaria. Levski is also a regular member of the European Club Association and the European Multisport Club Association.

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Stadion Georgi Asparuhov (Bulgarian: Стадион „Георги Аспарухов“, English: 'Georgi Asparuhov Stadium'), currently known as Stadion Vivacom Arena - Georgi Asparuhov (Bulgarian: Стадион „Виваком Арена - Георги Аспарухов“), due to sponsorship, nicknamed Gerena (Bulgarian: Герена, meaning "the flood plain"), is a multi-purpose stadium situated in the Suhata reka neighbourhood of the Bulgarian capital Sofia. Named after the best Bulgarian footballer of the 20th century Georgi Asparuhov, it has been the home ground of Bulgarian association football club Levski Sofia since its opening in 1963.



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