Todor Stoykov

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Todor Stoykov
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Stoykov (№15) in action
Personal information
Born (1977-03-03) March 3, 1977 (age 45)
Varna, Bulgaria
Listed height1.98 m (6 ft 6 in)
Listed weight97 kg (214 lb)
Career information
Playing career1995–2013
Position Shooting guard / Small forward
Career history
1995–2000 Cherno More
2000 Cordivari Roseto
2001 Scafati Basket
2001 Cherno More
2001–2005 Lukoil Academic
2006 Valencia BC
2006–2013 Lukoil Academic
Career highlights and awards

Todor Stoykov (born 3 March 1977 in Varna) is a Bulgarian retired professional basketball player, who played for Cherno More, Cordivari Roseto, Scafati Basket, Valencia BC and Lukoil Academic. At 1.98 m, his position was shooting guard/small forward. He was also a member of the Bulgarian national basketball team, before retiring in 2009.


Professional career

While playing with PBC Lukoil Academic, he is the all-time Leader of the ULEB Cup in total points scored (1102), assists (190), minutes played (2364), fouls against (305) and also in total Index Rating (914). Stoykov also ranks third in free-throws made (326). He was the all-time leader for three-pointers made (169) until November 2014 when Marko Popović beat that mark. [1]

Stoykov announced his retirement at the end of the 2012–13 season. [2] He was honored by the Lukoil Academic by becoming the first player in team history to have his number retired by the team; his #15 was raised to the rafters. [3]


Cherno More
Lukoil Academic

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  1. Popovic is Eurocup's three-point king
  2. "Великият Тодор Стойков се сбогува с баскетбола" (in Bulgarian). 11 September 2013.
  3. "Лукойл оттегля №15 от употреба" (in Bulgarian). 11 September 2013.