South „B“ Group 1983/84

Before the start of the season, the doubling team of CSKA was renamed Armeets (Sofia). The team plays and practices at the „Septemvri“ Stadium in Krasna Polyana Quarter. After the end of the season, the reserve teams were removed from the Championship

standings

# Club M W D L GD P
1. Pirin (Blagoevgrad) Pirin (Blagoevgrad) 34 20 9 5 54:30 (24) 49
2. Minyor (Pernik) Minyor (Pernik) 34 19 7 8 50:31 (19) 45
3. Rozova dolina (Kazanlak) Rozova dolina (Kazanlak) 34 15 9 10 51:33 (18) 39
4. Neftochimic (Burgas) Neftochimic (Burgas) 34 15 8 11 63:50 (13) 38
5. Balkan (Botevgrad) Balkan (Botevgrad) 34 16 6 12 49:41 (8) 38
6. Chirpan (Chirpan) Chirpan (Chirpan) 34 17 4 13 38:31 (7) 38
7. Pirin (Gotse Delchev) Pirin (Gotse Delchev) 34 17 3 14 50:36 (14) 37
8. Marek (Stanke Dimitrov) Marek (Stanke Dimitrov) 34 16 5 13 46:36 (10) 37
9. Vihren (Sandanski) Vihren (Sandanski) 34 16 5 13 40:42 (-2) 37
10. Asenovets (Asenovgrad) 34 16 4 14 43:45 (-2) 36
11. Arda (Kardzhali) Arda (Kardzhali) 34 14 6 14 48:36 (12) 34
12. Rilski sportist (Samokov) Rilski sportist (Samokov) 34 14 6 14 42:44 (-2) 34
13. Zagorets (Nova Zagora) 34 15 3 16 50:51 (-1) 33
14. Hebar (Pazardzhik) Hebar (Pazardzhik) 34 14 4 16 49:48 (1) 32
15. Eledzhik (Ihtiman) Eledzhik (Ihtiman) 34 13 4 17 46:56 (-10) 30
16. Maritsa (Plovdiv) Maritsa (Plovdiv) 34 10 5 19 51:72 (-21) 25
17. Armeets (Sofia) Armeets (Sofia) 34 8 6 20 45:65 (-20) 22
18. Metalurg (Pernik) Metalurg (Pernik) 34 2 4 28 21:89 (-68) 8