|Full name||Професионален спортен футболен клуб Черноморец Бургас|
(Professional sports football club Chernomorets Burgas)
|Nickname(s)||Акулите (The Sharks)|
|Founded||6 July 2005|
|Dissolved||5 June 2019|
|Ground|| Chernomorets Stadium,|
|2018–19||B RFG, 7th|
PSFC Chernomorets Burgas (Bulgarian : ПСФК Черноморец Бургас) or simply Chernomorets (Bulgarian : Черноморец) was a Bulgarian football club from the city of Burgas. The club has never won any major competition, its most notable achievement being a second-place finish in the UEFA Intertoto Cup competition in 2008.
The club was founded in 2005, following the folding of FC Chernomorets Burgas, that played numerous seasons in the first tier of Bulgarian football. The new Chernomorets quickly ascended to the first tier and remained there until the 2013-14 season. Financial problems followed, which led to instability and relegations to lower leagues, ultimately to the fifth tier, where the team played last in 2018-19, before being dissolved. Fans from Burgas founded FC Chernomorets 1919 Burgas as the successor of the club.
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In the summer of 2005, the club was founded by the mayor of Burgas. Despite the protests of the owner of FC Chernomorets Ivaylo Drazhev, the new club was named OFC Chernomorets 919 and was named as a successor of the current then FC Chernomorets. At the same time, Drazhev formed another club in the capital Sofia under the name PFC Chernomorets Burgas Sofia which only lasted one season and reached many anti-records.
After a one-season stay in the amateur division, the club easily won the Bulgarian South-East V AFG with Dian Petkov as a head coach, finishing in the 1st place. In June, 2006, OFC Chernomorets 919 won the Bulgarian Amateur Cup. In the final at the Vasil Levski National Stadium, Chernomorets won with 4–0 against FC Benkovski Kostinbrod.
The same summer, Mitko Sabev, a famous Bulgarian oil magnate and owner of the rival football club in the city Naftex Burgas, bought the club from the municipality and renamed it to PSFC Chernomorets Burgas. (the club is registered in the Bulgarian Football Union as PFC Chernomorets Burgas and is known by that name to the people.) The football club was used as a reserve team for Naftex Burgas. And the owner appointed for manager the famous Bulgarian manager Dimitar Dimitrov.
In 2007, the Sharks won the East B PFG and were promoted to the A PFG. The next season Chernomorets finished 6th and qualified for the Intertoto Cup. In the second round, the Sharks defeated ND Gorica from Slovenia with 3–1 on aggregate to set up a third round clash with Swiss Grasshopper Zurich, but were eliminated with a 0–4 on aggregate.
In December, 2008, Chernomorets's owner appointed for manager of the football club the notable Bulgarian player Krassimir Balakov, after being sacked from FC St. Gallen.At the end of that season, Mitko Sabev dissolved Naftex Burgas and bought PFC Chernomorets Pomorie from Pomorie, making the new club from the nearby town a reserve team for the main football club.
On January 14, 2010, Chernomorets Burgas was named as the most progressive club in 2009 in Bulgaria.In July 2010, after differences between the owners of Petrol AD the club's budget was severely reduced and many employees from the staff were released. However, on 6 December 2010, Krassimir Balakov was released from Chernomorets Burgas after mutual consent. Second half of the 2010-11 A PFG season was a nightmare for Chernomorets Burgas and the team collapsed to eighth place in the standings while being managed by two more coaches - Anton Velkov and Georgi Vasilev.
On 30 May 2011, Mitko Sabev appointed as manager for the second time Dimitar Dimitrov – Hero. He founded high quality players for free like Jugurtha Hamroun, Lourival Assis, Aatif Chahechouche, and Yannick Boli, with Chernomorets Burgas having his best season in club history in the Bulgarian A PFG – a 4th place with real chances to reach the Europa League until the end. However, little was not enough and the club eventually didn't qualify.
After 2013/2014 season Chernomorets Burgas was relegated after 7 years in the A PFG. In the next season, they were unable to bounce back and lost their professional status after suffering another relegation - to the V group. The team was relegated again in A Regional Group and again finished on the last place, but was administratively saved from relegate, even finishing on negative points. The next season was nevertheless better and the team finished was relegated to the B RFG after a last-place finish, marking 4 relegations in a row and moving from the top football level to the lowest. They finished the 2018-19 season in the B Regional League in 7th place and on 5 July 2019 the team declared bankruptcy, which was followed by the team dissolving.
|2005–06||OFC Chernomorets 919|
|2006||PSFC Chernomorets Burgas|
|2008||UEFA Intertoto Cup||2nd Round||ND Gorica||1–1||2–0||3–1|
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