1942 Bulgarian State Football Championship

The 1942 Bulgarian State Football Championship was the 18th season of the Bulgarian State Football Championship.

1942 Bulgarian State Football Championship
CountryBulgaria
ChampionsLevski Sofia
Runners-upMakedonia Skopie
1941
1943

Defending champions were Slavia Sofia. It was contested by 22 teams, and Levski Sofia won the championship, as well as its first domestic double. Besides teams from the present borders of Bulgaria, the 1942 season also involved teams from the areas under Bulgarian administration during much of World War II. The football clubs from Prilep, Bitola and Skopje in Vardar Macedonia took part in the competition, with Makedonia Skopie even reaching the final.

First roundEdit

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Ticha Varna 4–0 Tsar Boris III Dobrich
2 Han Kubrat Popovo 1–2 Pobeda Varna
3 Knyaginya Maria Luisa Lom 3–1 Botev Sofia
4 Atletik Dupnitsa 1–0 Knyaz Kiril Preslavski Sofia
5 Botev Plovdiv 2–5 Levski Sofia
6 Botev Haskovo 1–4 Sportklub Plovdiv
7 SP 39 Pleven 0–1 ZhSK Sofia
8 Slavia Sofia 6–0 Georgi Drazhev Yambol
9 ZhSK Skopie 8–0 Gotse Delchev Prilep
10 Makedonia Bitolya 4–1 Vardar Skopie

Second roundEdit

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Slavia Sofia 1–0 Makedonia Bitolya
2 Ticha Varna 4–0 ZhSK Ruse
3 ZhSK Sofia 3–0 ZhSK Skopie
4 Levski Sofia 5–2 Atletik Dupnitsa
5 Sportklub Plovdiv 0–2 Makedonia Skopie
6 Pobeda Varna 4–0 Knyaginya Maria Luisa Lom

QuarterfinalsEdit

First LegEdit

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Levski Sofia 4–0 Ticha Varna
2 Pobeda Varna 1–1 Slavia Sofia
3 Makedonia Skopie 3–1 ZhSK Sofia

Second LegEdit

Tie no Home team Score Away team Agg
1 Ticha Varna 0–2 Levski Sofia 0–6
2 Slavia Sofia 0–0 Pobeda Varna
Replay Pobeda Varna 1–3 (a.e.t.) Slavia Sofia 2–4
3 ZhSK Sofia 0–3 Makedonia Skopie 1–6

SemifinalsEdit

Tie no Home team Score Away team Agg
1 Makedonia Skopie 5–1 Slavia Sofia
2 Slavia Sofia 3–0 Makedonia Skopie 4–5

FinalEdit

First leg
Makedonia Skopie0–2Levski Sofia
Laskov    

Second leg
Levski Sofia1–0Makedonia Skopie
Laskov  

ReferencesEdit