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FC Benkovski ByalaDescription : FC Benkovski (Bulgarian: ФК Бенковски) is a football club based in Byala, Bulgaria. Its home stadium Georgi Benkovski has a capacity of 3000 seats. Club colors are blue and red.As of 2 February 2014 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.For recent transfers, see List of Bulgarian football transfers summer 2014. Page:f

Benkovski
FC Benkovski Byala logo.svg
Full nameFC Benkovski Byala
Founded1931; 84 years ago (1931)
GroundGeorgi Benkovski
Ground Capacity3000
ChairmanBoris Belchev
ManagerTsvetan Ganev
LeagueNorth-Eastern V Group
2014–15North-Eastern V Group, 6th
WebsiteClub home page
Home colours
Away colours

FC Benkovski (Bulgarian: ФК Бенковски) is a football club based in Byala, Bulgaria. Its home stadium Georgi Benkovski has a capacity of 3000 seats. Club colors are blue and red.

Current squad

As of 2 February 2014 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.PositionPlayer
BulgariaGKMartin Milonov
BulgariaDFDamyan Damyanov
BulgariaDFBorislav Dzharnaliev
BulgariaDFIliya Kovachganev
BulgariaDFGeorgi Kovachev
BulgariaMFTrifon Atanasov
BulgariaMFIliyan Ignatov
BulgariaMFMladen Gunchev
No.PositionPlayer
BulgariaMFPlamen Balchev
BulgariaMFIvko Popov
BulgariaMFOgnyan Baynov
BulgariaMFPlamen Bozhanov
BulgariaMFIvaylo Sashkov
BulgariaFWPlamen Petrov
BulgariaFWDimitar Brashnarov
BulgariaFWBorislav Borislavov

For recent transfers, see List of Bulgarian football transfers summer 2014.

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Bulgarian V Group · 2015–16
North-Eastern
  • Botev Novi Pazar
  • Benkovski Byala
  • Chernomorets Balchik
  • Dve Mogili
  • Himik Devnya
  • Inter Plachidol
  • Kaliakra Kavarna
  • Kubrat
  • Marisan Ruse
  • Septemvri Tervel
  • Shumen 1929
  • Suvorovo
  • Svetkavitsa
  • Ticha Dolni Chiflik
North-Western
  • Akademik Svishtov
  • Bdin Vidin
  • Botev Kozloduy
  • Botev Lukovit
  • Botev Vratsa
  • Etar
  • Gigant Belene
  • Kariana Erden
  • Levski 2007
  • Pavlikeni
  • Partizan Cherven Bryag
  • Sevlievo
  • Tryavna
  • Vihar Slavyanovo
  • Juventus Malchika
  • Yantra
South-Eastern
  • Asenovets
  • Borislav Parvomay
  • Chernomorets Burgas
  • Dimitrovgrad
  • Eurocollege
  • Gigant Saedinenie
  • Karnobat
  • Levski Karlovo
  • Maritsa Plovdiv
  • Minyor Radnevo
  • Nesebar
  • Rakovski
  • Rozova Dolina
  • Sliven 2000
  • Spartak Plovdiv
  • Svilengrad 1921
  • Uragan Boyadzhik
  • Zagorets Nova Zagora
South-Western
  • Balkan Varvara
  • Belasitsa Petrich
  • Botev Ihtiman
  • Chepinets Velingrad
  • Chiko Byaga
  • CSKA Sofia
  • Germanea
  • Lokomotiv Sofia
  • Minyor Pernik
  • Pirin Gotse Delchev
  • Rilski Sportist Samokov
  • Septemvri Sofia
  • Slivnishki Geroy
  • Sofia 2010
  • Strumska Slava
  • Velbazhd Kyustendil
  • Vihren Sandanski
  • Vitosha Bistritsa
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