FC Zagorets Nova Zagora

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Zagorets
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Full nameZagorets Nova Zagora
Founded1922;99 years ago (1922)
Ground Stadion Zagorets, Nova Zagora
Capacity5,900
Chairman Flag of Bulgaria.svg Daniel Kirchev
Manager Flag of Bulgaria.svg Miroslav Mindev
League South-East Third League
2020–21 South-East Third League, 2nd

FC Zagorets (ФК Загорец) is a Bulgarian football club based in Nova Zagora, currently playing in the Third League, the third tier of Bulgarian football league system.

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The club was founded in 1922 as FC Trakiets. They play their home games at the 5,900-capacity Stadion Zagorets. Their highest finishing position were in 1982–83, ending the season in 3rd place in B Group, the second tier of Bulgarian football.

Honours

Current squad

As of 1 August 2020Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.Pos.NationPlayer
2 DF Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Martin Marinov
3 DF Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Gabriel Dimanov
4 DF Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Ivan Petrov
5 FW Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Angel Kostov
6 DF Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Ivelin Ivanov
7 FW Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Plamen Ivanov
8 FW Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Denislav Atanasov
9 MF Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Milen Mitev
10 MF Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Dimitar Videv
11 DF Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Yavor Ivanov
12 GK Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Stanimir Gospodinov
No.Pos.NationPlayer
14 MF Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Hayri Mehmed
15 MF Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Kristiyan Slavov
18 DF Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Bozhidar Dimitrov
19 DF Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Nikolay Yankov
20 MF Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Aleksandar Hardalov
21 MF Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Kosta Yanev
23 DF Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Dobromir Dimitrov
73 MF Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Ivan Stoyanov
86 GK Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Evgeni Karamanov (captain)
90 GK Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Ivan S. Stoyanov
99 FW Flag of Bulgaria.svg  BUL Georgi Georgiev(vice-captain)

Notable players

Past seasons

SeasonLeaguePlaceWDLGFGAPts Bulgarian Cup
2009–10 V Group (III)1214121506044not qualified
2010–11 V Group32396693778not qualified
2011–12 V Group1014416424046not qualified
2012–13 V Group1510816304138not qualified
2013–14 V Group1110715365537not qualified
2014–15 V Group713710503146not qualified
2015–16 V Group32265642072not qualified
2016–17 Third League 12662771384not qualified
2017–18 Third League2
Green marks a season followed by promotion, red a season followed by relegation.

League positions

Third Amateur Football League (Bulgaria)Bulgarian V AFGFC Zagorets Nova Zagora


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