|Promoted|| Tsarsko Selo |
|Relegated|| Dobrudzha |
|Goals scored||567 (2.36 per match)|
|Longest winning run||14 games by Tsarsko Selo|
|Longest unbeaten run||20 games by Montana and Tsarsko Selo|
|Longest winless run||18 games by Dobrudzha|
|Longest losing run||5 games by Ludogorets II|
2019–20 →All statistics correct as of 29 May 2019.
The 2018–19 Second League is the 64th season of the Second League, the second tier of the Bulgarian football league system, and the 3rd season under this name and current league structure. In June 2018, the Executive Committee of the Bulgarian Football Union decided to increase the participating teams to 18 for the 2019–20 season; as a result, only two teams will be relegated to Third League.The fixture list was released on 8 June 2018. The participating teams were confirmed on the same day. FC Tsarsko Selo Sofia became champions of the second league and were promoted directly to the first division. FC Dobrudzha Dobrich and PFC Nesebar were relegated.
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The following teams have changed division since the 2017–18 season.
|CSKA 1948||Sofia||Vasil Levski National Stadium||43,230|
|Kariana||Erden||Sport Complex Kariana||1,000|
|Lokomotiv||Gorna Oryahovitsa||Lokomotiv, Gorna Oryahovitsa||10,500|
|Ludogorets II||Razgrad||Eagles' Nest||2,000|
|Strumska Slava||Radomir||Gradski, Radomir||3,500|
|Tsarsko Selo||Sofia||Tsarsko Selo Sports Complex||2,000|
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players and managers may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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|Team||Manager||Captain||Kit manufacturer||Shirt sponsor||Kit sponsor|
|Botev Galabovo||KRASIKO||Galabovo Municipality||Knauf|
|Chernomorets Balchik||Legea||Balchik Municipality||—|
|Dobrudzha Dobrich||KRASIKO||Albena Resort||Pioneer Seeds, Izida|
|Lokomotiv Sofia||Joma||Efbet||Malizia, Intesa, VIA 2000|
|Lokomotiv Gorna Oryahovitsa||KRASIKO||Efbet||Prity, Enel, Go Grill|
|Ludogorets Razgrad II||Umbro||Efbet||Vivacom, Spetema|
|Pirin Blagoevgrad||Erreà||Katarino Spa||—|
Note: Individual clubs may wear jerseys with advertising. However, only one sponsorship is permitted per jersey for official tournaments organised by UEFA in addition to that of the kit manufacturer (exceptions are made for non-profit organisations). Clubs in the domestic league can have more than one sponsorship per jersey which can feature on the front of the shirt, incorporated with the main sponsor or in place of it; or on the back, either below the squad number or on the collar area. Shorts also have space available for advertisement.
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|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Position in table||Incoming manager||Date of appointment|
|Lokomotiv GO||End of contract||23 May 2018||Pre-season||10 June 2018|
|Tsarsko Selo||Mutual consent||1 June 2018||1 June 2018|
|Pomorie||Signed by ||12 June 2018||22 June 2018|
|Lokomotiv Sofia||End of contract||14 June 2018||14 June 2018|
|Pirin Blagoevgrad||19 June 2018||20 June 2018|
|CSKA 1948||Mutual consent||21 August 2018||4th||24 August 2018|
|Kariana||Sacked||21 August 2018||14th||26 August 2018|
|Arda||26 August 2018||7th||26 August 2018|
|Lokomotiv GO||Mutual consent||18 September 2018||16th||11 October 2018|
|Botev Galabovo||Signed by Vereya||27 September 2018||4th||27 September 2018|
|Dobrudzha||Mutual consent||6 November 2018||16th||13 November 2018|
|Lokomotiv GO||Caretaking spell over||13 December 2018||9th||13 December 2018|
|Lokomotiv Sofia||Mutual consent||17 December 2018||11th||17 December 2018|
|Arda||Signed by Ludogorets||6 March 2019||3rd||6 March 2019|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Promotion, qualification or relegation|
|1||Tsarsko Selo (C, P)||30||24||4||2||68||27||+41||76||Promotion to the First League|
|2||Montana||30||18||9||3||49||22||+27||63||Qualification for the promotion play-offs|
|6||Strumska Slava Radomir||30||10||7||13||36||44||−8||37|
|9||Lokomotiv Gorna Oryahovitsa||30||10||6||14||30||43||−13||36|
|11||Ludogorets Razgrad II||30||9||5||16||31||43||−12||32||Ineligible for promotion|
|15||Nesebar (R)||30||6||9||15||33||51||−18||27||Relegation to the Third League|
|16||Dobrudzha Dobrich (R)||30||4||10||16||17||38||−21||22|
|Home \ Away||ARD||GAL||CBA||CSK||DOB||KAR||LIT||LGO||LSO||LUD||MON||NES||PIR||POM||STR||TSS|
|Ludogorets Razgrad II||0–1||2–0||0–2||0–1||1–1||4–0||0–0||3–2||0–3||—||1–3||4–1||0–0||2–2||3–1||0–2|
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