|Association||Bulgarian Football Union|
|Head coach||Angel Stoykov|
The Bulgaria national under-19 football teamis the national under-19 football team of Bulgaria and is controlled by the Bulgarian Football Union. The team competes in the European Under-19 Football Championship, held every year.
Runners-Up Semi-Finals Other Top ResultsChampions
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Club|
|GK||Ivan Andonov||27 December 2003||Fiorentina|
|GK||Hristiyan Slavkov||26 February 2003||Botev Plovdiv|
|DF||Ivan Aleksiev||4 April 2003||Slavia Sofia|
|DF||Aleksandar Buchkov||13 September 2003||CSKA Sofia|
|DF||Aleksandar Georgiev||28 May 2003||CSKA 1948|
|DF||Kristian Hristov||Slavia Sofia|
|DF||Martin Hristov||Botev Plovdiv|
|DF||Hristiyan Petrov||24 June 2002||Litex Lovech|
|MF||Simeon Aleksandrov||24 September 2003||Septemvri Sofia|
|MF||Steliyan Dobrev||12 November 2003||Slavia Sofia|
|MF||Martin Haydarov||22 January 2003||CSKA 1948|
|MF||Dimo Krastev||10 February 2003||Fiorentina|
|MF||Konstantin Nikolov||Belasitsa Petrich|
|MF||Valentin Nikolov||15 October 2003||Lokomotiv Sofia|
|MF||Panayot Paskov||9 January 2003||Septemvri Sofia|
|MF||Plamen Tsonchev||30 January 2003||Botev Plovdiv|
|FW||Nikola Iliev||6 April 2004||Inter Milan|
|FW||Martin Smolenski||8 March 2003||CSKA Sofia|
|FW||Martin Sorakov||23 October 2003||Slavia Sofia|
Win Draw Loss
|8 March 2017 Friendly||Bulgaria||1–0||Cyprus||Sofia, Bulgaria|
|14:00||Krastev 35'||Report||Stadium: Tsarsko Selo Complex|
Referee: Nikolay Yordanov
|22 March 2017 2017 UEFA U19 Euro ER||Israel||1–1||Bulgaria||Blois, France|
|20:00||Abu Fani 56'||Report||Genchev 86'||Stadium: Stade municipal des Allées Jean Leroi |
Referee: José María Sánchez Martínez (Spain)
|24 March 2017 2017 UEFA U19 Euro ER||France||1–2||Bulgaria||Blois, France|
|20:00||Diaby 66'||Report||Stadium: Stade municipal des Allées Jean Leroi |
Referee: Dimitrios Massias (Cyprus)
|27 March 2017 2017 UEFA U19 Euro ER||Bulgaria||3–1||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Vineuil, France|
|20:00||Report||Demirović 64'||Stadium: Stade Municipal |
Referee: Ádám Farkas (Hungary)
|13 June 2017 Friendly||Bulgaria||2–1||Georgia||Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria|
|18:00||Report||Kutsia 16'||Stadium: Hristo Botev|
|3 July 2017 2017 UEFA U19 Euro||Bulgaria||0–2||England||Tbilisi, Georgia|
|17:30||Report||Stadium: Mikheil Meskhi Stadium |
Referee: Ola Hobber Nilsen (Norway)
|6 July 2017 2017 UEFA U19 Euro||Germany||3–0||Bulgaria||Gori, Georgia|
|20:00||Report||Stadium: Tengiz Burjanadze Stadium |
Referee: Sergey Lapochkin (Russia)
|9 July 2017 2017 UEFA U19 Euro||Netherlands||1–1||Bulgaria||Gori, Georgia|
|20:00||Report||Stadium: Tengiz Burjanadze Stadium |
Referee: Srjdan Jovanović (Serbia)
|12 September 2017 Friendly||Bulgaria||4–4||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Sofia, Bulgaria|
|17:00||Report||Stadium: Boyana National Football Base|
Referee: Stanimir Trenchev
|14 September 2017 Friendly||Bulgaria||0–2||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Sofia, Bulgaria|
|10:30||Report||Stadium: Boyana National Football Base|
Referee: Vangel Vangelov
|8 November 2017 2018 UEFA U19 Euro Q||Iceland||1–2||Bulgaria||Sliven, Bulgaria|
|13:30||Report||Stadium: Hadzhi Dimitar Stadium |
Referee: Markus Hameter (Austria)
|11 November 2017 2018 UEFA U19 Euro Q||Bulgaria||2−0||Faroe Islands||Sliven, Bulgaria|
|13:30||Report||Stadium: Hadzhi Dimitar Stadium |
Referee: Paul Mclaughlin (Ireland)
|14 November 2017 2018 UEFA U19 Euro Q||Bulgaria||0−1||England||Stara Zagora, Bulgaria|
|13:30||Report||Sancho 11'||Stadium: Trace Arena |
Referee: Peter Kralović (Slovakia)
|20 February 2018 Friendly||Bulgaria||2–1||Kosovo||Nesebar, Bulgaria|
|14:00||Report||Behrami 18'||Stadium: Nesebar Stadium|
|6 March 2018 Friendly||Bulgaria||0–1||Serbia||Simitli, Bulgaria|
|15:00||Report||Joveljić 37'||Stadium: Struma Stadium|
|8 March 2018 Friendly||Bulgaria||4–1||Serbia||Simitli, Bulgaria|
|10:30||Report||Maksimović 59'||Stadium: Struma Stadium|
|21 March 2018 2018 UEFA U19 Euro ER||Spain||0−0||Bulgaria||Benidorm, Spain|
|18:00||Report||Stadium: Estadio Municipal Guillermo Amor |
Referee: Marco Di Bello (Italy)
|24 March 2018 2018 UEFA U19 Euro ER||France||2−0||Bulgaria||Benidorm, Spain|
|12:00||Alioui 26', 79'||Report||Stadium: Estadio Municipal Guillermo Amor |
Referee: Tihomir Pejin (Croatia)
|27 March 2018 2018 UEFA U19 Euro ER||Bulgaria||0−2||Belgium||Alcoy, Spain|
|17:30||Report|| Dewaele 58'|
|Stadium: Estadio El Collao |
Referee: Antti Munukka (Finland)
|2 September 2018 Friendly||SV Lippstadt 08 U17||1−2||Bulgaria||Lippstadt, Germany|
|12:30||Stadium: Liebelt Arena|
|4 September 2018 Friendly||Westphalia I U17||0−2||Bulgaria||Ennigerloh, Germany|
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