Cup of PR Bulgaria 1984/85

The Final for Cup of PR Bulgaria held on June 19, 1985, was won by CSKA. The match ends with a fight and a feud between the teams of CSKA and Levski-Spartak. By decision of the Central committee of the Bulgarian communist party, the two teams were disbanded. The title of Levski was taken away and awarded to Botev Plovdiv, the same is the fate of the CSKA's Cup of PR Bulgaria.

The two teams were disbanded and on their place were included two new teams, that are not connected to the sports clubs or to the corresponding ministries. Successor of CSKA is „Sredets“, and of Levski-Spartak is „Vitosha“.

Lifelong suspension were given to Borislav Mihailov, Emil Velev, Plamen Nikolov, Emil Spasov and Hristo Stoichkov, as well as the team leaders and coaches. Vasil Tinchev, Kostadin Yanchev, Nasko Sirakov and Miroslav Baychev were also punished for smaller periods. The personal penalties of the players were abolished within the next year, and in 1990 the teams regained their names and their trophies.

attendance

Goals time table

fixtures

CSKA „Septemvriysko zname“
(Sofia)

2:1

19 June 1985
Vasil Levski, Sofia
Final

Levski-Spartak
(Sofia)

CSKA „Septemvriysko zname“
(Sofia)

2:3

14 March 1985
 
Semifinals — Second Leg

Lokomotiv
(Plovdiv)

Lokomotiv
(Plovdiv)

0:4

27 February 1985
 
Semifinals — First Leg

CSKA „Septemvriysko zname“
(Sofia)

CSKA „Septemvriysko zname“
(Sofia)

5:0

16 February 1985
 
Fourth round — Second Leg

Chirpan
(Chirpan)

Chirpan
(Chirpan)

0:4

26 January 1985
 
Fourth round — First Leg

CSKA „Septemvriysko zname“
(Sofia)

CSKA „Septemvriysko zname“
(Sofia)

3:2

29 December 1984
 
Third round — Second Leg

Chernomorets
(Burgas)

Chernomorets
(Burgas)

1:1

26 December 1984
 
Third round — First Leg

CSKA „Septemvriysko zname“
(Sofia)

players

Nº Name App Min Sq Goa RC
- Yordan Dimitrov 0 (1) 1′ 1 - -
- Pavlin Shoylevski 0 (1) 16′ 1 - -
1. Krasimir Dosev 1 90′ 1 - -
2. Krasimir Bezinski 1 90′ 1 - -
3. Radoslav Zdravkov 2 164′ 2 - -
4. Vasil Tinchev 1 90′ 1 - -
5. Georgi Dimitrov — Jacky 2 180′ 2 - -
6. Kostadin Yanchev 1 78′ 1 - 1
7. Ilia Voynov 1 90′ 1 1 -
8. Georgi Slavkov 1 90′ 1 1 -
9. Lachezar Tanev 2 180′ 2 - -
10. Plamen Markov 1 89′ 1 - -
11. Hristo Stoichkov 1 90′ 1 - -
  • App - number of matches during the season. in brakets is displayed matches played as sub
  • Min - number of minutes played during the season. if no other information the match is calculated as two halfs by 45 minutes
  • Sq - number of matches that the player was on starting eleven on or on the bench
  • Goa - total goals scored by the played. in brakets is displayed how many of those are from penalties
  • RC - number of red cards