2012 Bulgarian Supercup

The 2012 Bulgarian Supercup was the tenth Bulgarian Supercup match, a football match which was contested between the "A" professional football group champion, Ludogorets, and the runner-up of the Bulgarian Cup, Lokomotiv Plovdiv. As the Bulgarian Cup winner for 2012 was also the team of Ludogorets, Lokomotiv Plovdiv therefore played in the Supercup match as the finalist. The match was played on 11 July 2012 at the Lazur Stadium in Burgas, Bulgaria.

2012 Bulgarian Supercup
Date11 July 2012
VenueLazur, Burgas, Bulgaria
RefereeAhmed Ahmed (Burgas)
Attendance2,000
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This was the first ever Supercup final for Ludogorets in their history. While for Lokomotiv Plovdiv this was their second participation after 2004 when they won the Cup after a 1:0 win against Litex Lovech.

Ludogorets secured their 1st Bulgarian Supercup in history. Júnior Caiçara gave the lead before Dakson equalised from a freekick for Lokomotiv Plovdiv. Goals from Emil Gargorov and Marcelinho in the last minute clinched the first Supercup for the Razgrad side and also achieving their 1st ever treble in one season after winning the title and the national cup the same year.

Match detailsEdit

Ludogorets Razgrad3 − 1Lokomotiv Plovdiv
Caiçara   10'
Gargorov   43'
Marcelinho   90'
Report Dakson   12'
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Ahmed Ahmed (Burgas)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ludogorets
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lokomotiv
Ludogorets:
GK 1   Uroš Golubović
RB 25   Yordan Minev
CB 5   Alexandre Barthe
CB 33   Ľubomír Guldan
LB 80   Júnior Caiçara   24'
CM 6   Georgi Kostadinov   68'
CM 8   Stanislav Genchev
RM 73   Ivan Stoyanov   71'
LM 22   Miroslav Ivanov   40'   81'
AM 84   Marcelinho
CF 23   Emil Gargorov (c)
Substitutes:
GK 91   Ivan Čvorović
MF 7   Mihail Aleksandrov   81'
FW 11   Juninho Quixadá
MF 14   Mitchell Burgzorg
DF 20   Guilherme Choco
DF 27   Cosmin Moți
MF 99   Franck Guela   71'
Manager:
  Ivaylo Petev
Lokomotiv:
GK 22   Yordan Gospodinov
RB 2   Jérémie Rodrigues   84'
CB 3   Valeri Georgiev
LB 4   Mihail Venkov
CB 44   Georgios Salamastrakis
CM 23   Daniel Georgiev   41'   57'
RM 7   Yordan Todorov   69'
LM 10   Serginho
AM 87   Dakson   37'
SS 77   Zdravko Lazarov (c)   59'
CF 9   Tássio
Substitutes:
GK 1   Minko Zhilkov
MF 11   Ilian Yordanov
MF 16   Hristo Zlatinski   72'   57'
DF 24   Eli Marques   59'
MF 29   Dragi Kotsev   84'
MF 33   Todor Timonov   69'
FW 71   Hristo Spasov
MF 89   Stanislav Malamov
Manager:
  Emil Velev

MATCH OFFICIALS

  • Assistant referees:
  • Fourth official: Atanas Dimitrov (Sliven)

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes.
  • Maximum of five substitutions.

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