|Date of birth||15 February 1993|
|Place of birth||Bulgaria|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league onlyand correct as of 29 August 2021|
Dimitar Baydakov (Bulgarian : Димитър Байдаков; born 15 February 1993) is a Bulgarian footballer who plays as a forward for Lokomotiv GO.
On 1 September 2016, Baydakov joined Lyubimets.He was supposed to sign with Sevlievo in July 2017 but actually joined his former club Lokomotiv Gorna Oryahovitsa.
Dimitar Dushkov Penev is a Bulgarian football coach and former player and central defender of CSKA Sofia. He played 90 games for Bulgaria national football team and scored two goals. He is regarded as one of his country's best ever defenders, winning Bulgarian footballer of the year in 1967 and 1971, he also participated in three world cups for his country in 1966, 1970 and 1974. He is Honorary President of CSKA Sofia and semi-pro side Nottingham United FC.
Dimitar Telkiyski is a Bulgarian football manager and a former player. He is assistant manager of Oborishte. His nickname is Mecho or 'Teddybear', was given to him by the Botev Plovdiv supporters.
Ilko Emilov Pirgov is a Bulgarian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Lokomotiv Plovdiv. He is the older brother of CSKA 1948's defender Dimitar Pirgov.
Dimitar Krasimirov Iliev is a Bulgarian professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder or forward for Lokomotiv Plovdiv, where he is also club captain, and for the Bulgarian national team. He won the Bulgarian Footballer of the Year award in 2019 and 2020.
Dimitar Petrov Dimitrov, nicknamed Héro, is a Bulgarian professional football manager.
Dimitar Rangelov is a Bulgarian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Slavia Sofia.
The 2000–01 A Group was the 53rd season of the A Football Group, the top Bulgarian professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1948.
Dimitar Milanov Stoyanov was a Bulgarian international footballer who played as a right winger.
Dimitar Pantev is a Bulgarian footballer who currently plays as a goalkeeper for Sevlievo.
Dimitar Vasev is a Bulgarian former football player and football manager lastly leading Septemvri Sofia.
Dimitar Georgiev is a Bulgarian footballer who currently plays as a forward for Lokomotiv Sofia.
Dimitar Emilov Pirgov is a Bulgarian professional footballer who plays as a defender for CSKA 1948 Sofia. He is the younger brother of Lokomotiv Plovdiv's goalkeeper Ilko Pirgov.
Alen Ožbolt is a Slovenian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Hapoel Haifa on loan from Slovan Bratislava. Ožbolt has been capped for Slovenia at all youth levels from under-16 to under-21.
Dimitar Pechikamakov, is a former Bulgarian association football midfielder, who is most notable for appearing in an all-time record 444 league matches for his hometown football club Lokomotiv GO, also contributing for the squad with 86 goals.
Dimitar Aleksiev is a Bulgarian footballer who plays for Sportist Svoge as a forward.
Dimitar Todorov is a Bulgarian footballer who plays as a defender.
The 2017–18 First Professional Football League was the 94th season of the top division of the Bulgarian football league system, the 69th since a league format was adopted for the national competition of A Group as a top tier of the pyramid and also the 2nd season of the First Professional Football League, which decides the Bulgarian champion. The season is the second with a new league structure and strict financial criteria where 14 clubs play each other home and away, until the league is split up in championship and relegation playoffs. The new league structure, inspired by the ones used by the Belgian First Division A and Danish Superliga, was approved by the Bulgarian Football Union on 6 June 2016. The fixture list was released on 22 June 2017.
Dimitar Iliev is a Bulgarian footballer who plays as a defender for CSKA 1948.
The 2020 Bulgarian Supercup was the 17th Bulgarian Supercup, an annual Bulgarian football match played between the winners of the previous season's First Professional Football League and Bulgarian Cup. The game was played between the champions of the 2019-20 First League, Ludogorets Razgrad, and the 2020 Bulgarian Cup winners, Lokomotiv Plovdiv.