PFC Lokomotiv Plovdiv

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Lokomotiv (Bulgarian: Локомотив) is a professional association football club from Plovdiv, Bulgaria. The team plays in the First Professional Football League. The team's home stadium is Lokomotiv Stadium. The club was founded on 25 July 1926. The club is one of the best supported clubs in Bulgaria.[1] The club's biggest rival is Botev Plovdiv.

The club's nicknames are Smarfovete (The Smurfs) and Zheleznicharite (The Railwaymen).

Squad[change | change source]

As of 29 September 2017

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Bulgaria Bulgaria Ilko Pirgov
5 DF Bulgaria Bulgaria Asen Georgiev
6 DF Bulgaria Bulgaria Georgi Pashov
7 MF Bulgaria Bulgaria Dimo Bakalov
9 MF Bulgaria Bulgaria Dani Kiki
10 MF Bulgaria Bulgaria Veselin Marchev
11 FW Tunisia Tunisia Khaled Ayari
13 MF Bulgaria Bulgaria Simeon Raykov
15 DF Bulgaria Bulgaria Dimitar Vezalov
17 MF Republic of Macedonia Macedonia Vančo Trajanov
19 MF Bulgaria Bulgaria Dimitar Velkovski
20 MF Portugal Portugal Paulo Teles
No. Pos. Nation Player
22 DF Bulgaria Bulgaria Plamen Nikolov
25 DF Nigeria Nigeria Musa Muhammed
29 MF Bulgaria Bulgaria Yanko Angelov
34 MF Croatia Croatia Igor Banović
37 FW Bulgaria Bulgaria Filip Kolev
39 MF Tajikistan Tajikistan Parvizdzhon Umarbayev
40 GK France France Mory Diaw
44 DF Bulgaria Bulgaria Ivaylo Markov
49 MF Morocco Morocco Rayan Frikeche
71 DF Bulgaria Bulgaria Plamen Krumov
77 MF Slovenia Slovenia Dino Martinović
99 DF Bulgaria Bulgaria Arhan Isuf

Titles[change | change source]

Bulgarian A Group:

Bulgarian Cup:

  • Runners-up (4 [7]): 1960, 1971, 1982, 2012; [1940 (as Sportclub), 1942 (as Sportclub), 1948 (as Slaviya-Chengelov)]

Cup of the Soviet Army

Bulgarian Supercup:

References[change | change source]

  1. "МНОГОБРОЙНИ ПРИВЪРЖЕНИЦИ, ЧАСТ ВТОРА: ДЕСАНТИТЕ В ЧЕРНО-БЯЛО-ЧЕРВЕНО" [Numerous Supporters, Part Two: The Raids in Black-White-and-Red] (in Bulgarian). 13 Aug 2013. Retrieved 9 May 2014.

Other websites[change | change source]