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1984–85 A Group

1984–85 A Group

Statistics of Bulgarian A Football Group in the 1984–1985 season.

A Group
ChampionsLevski Sofia
(16th title)
RelegatedMinyor, Chernomorets
European CupTrakia Plovdiv
UEFA CupLokomotiv Sofia
Matches played240
Goals scored744 (3.1 per match)
Top goalscorerPlamen Getov
(26 goals)
← 1983–84
1985–86 →


It was contested by 16 teams, and Levski Sofia won the championship.

League standings

PosClubPWDdLFAPtsQualification or relegation
1Levski Sofia3018426663740
2CSKA Sofia3015618663636
3Trakia Plovdiv301532106832331985–86 European Cup first round
4Lokomotiv Sofia30137194541331985–86 UEFA Cup first round
5Pirin Blagoevgrad301270114243311985–86 UEFA Cup first round
6Botev Vratsa30133014484229
7Slavia Sofia30141114494829
8Etar Veliko Tarnovo30140115495028
9Spartak Pleven30115212475227
10Cherno More Varna30114312414526
12Beroe Stara Zagora30114114415126
13Dunav Ruse30106113395126
14Spartak Varna30114015354926
15Minyor Pernik30113214326525Relegation to B Group
16Chernomorets Burgas3085017355721Relegation to B Group
  • Levski and CSKA are excluded from European competitions by Bulgarian Football Union for one season because a scandals during 1985 Bulgarian Cup Final.


Levski Sofia
BulgariaBorislav Mihaylov290(0)
BulgariaVlado Delchev010(0)
BulgariaAntoni Zdravkov130(0)
BulgariaNikolay Iliev290(4)
BulgariaKrasimir Koev150(0)
BulgariaPlamen Nikolov220(1)
BulgariaVeselin Balevski100(0)
BulgariaStoil Georgiev080(0)
BulgariaKalin Bankov030(0)
BulgariaPetar Petrov290(5)
BulgariaEmil Velev230(3)
BulgariaKrasimir Chavdarov190(3)
BulgariaNikolay Todorov120(1)
BulgariaPlamen Tsvetkov200(4)
BulgariaBozhidar Iskrenov130(3)
BulgariaRusi Gochev240(8)
BulgariaEmil Spasov230(6)
BulgariaNasko Sirakov19(14)
BulgariaMiroslav Baychev140(2)
BulgariaMihail Valchev23(10)
BulgariaPetar Kurdov090(1)
BulgariaMilko Galabov010(0)
BulgariaMyumyun Kashmer070(1)
BulgariaVasil Metodiev

Top scorers

1BulgariaPlamen GetovSpartak Pleven26
2BulgariaAtanas PashevTrakia Plovdiv17
3BulgariaAntim PehlivanovTrakia Plovdiv16
BulgariaMitko ArgirovEtar Veliko Tarnovo


Citation Linkwww.rsssf.comBulgaria - List of final tables (RSSSF)
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