2019–20 Bulgarian Cup

The 2019−20 Bulgarian Cup was the 38th official edition of the Bulgarian annual football knockout tournament. The competition began on 4 September 2019 with the preliminary round and finished with the final on 1 July 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Bulgaria.[1] Lokomotiv Plovdiv successfully defended the cup by winning on penalties against CSKA Sofia and qualified for the first qualifying round of the 2020–21 UEFA Europa League.

2019–20 Bulgarian Cup
Купа на България
CountryBulgaria
Teams46
ChampionsLokomotiv Plovdiv (2nd title)
Runners-upCSKA Sofia
Matches played47
Goals scored131 (2.79 per match)
Attendance50,784 (1,081 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Bulgaria Dimitar Iliev
Bulgaria Eray Karadayi
(5 goals each)
All statistics correct as of 1 July 2020.

Participating clubsEdit

The following 46 teams qualified for the competition:[2]

2019–20 First League
14 clubs
2019–20 Second League
16 non-reserve clubs
Winners of 4 regional competitions
16 clubs

Arda Kardzhali
Beroe Stara Zagora
Botev Plovdiv
Botev Vratsa
CSKA Sofia
Cherno More Varna
Dunav Ruse
Etar Veliko Tarnovo
Levski Sofia
Lokomotiv Plovdiv
Ludogorets Razgrad
Slavia Sofia
Tsarsko Selo Sofia
Vitosha Bistritsa

Botev Galabovo
Chernomorets Balchik
CSKA 1948 Sofia
Hebar Pazardzhik
Kariana Erden
Litex Lovech
Lokomotiv Gorna Oryahovitsa
Lokomotiv Sofia
Montana
Neftochimic Burgas
Pirin Blagoevgrad
Pomorie
Septemvri Sofia
Spartak Pleven
Spartak Varna
Strumska Slava Radomir

from North-East zone:

from North-West zone:

from South-West zone:

from South-East zone:

MatchesEdit

Preliminary roundEdit

The draw was conducted on 23 August 2019.[3] The games will be played between 4 and 6 September 2019.[4][5] In this stage participated 15 winners from the regional amateur competitions and 14 non-reserve teams from Second League. During the draw, Botev Ihtiman received a bye to the first round.

4 September 2019 (2019-09-04) Hitrino (III)1−2 (a.e.t.)Kariana Erden (II)Hitrino
16:00 EEST Vasilev   90+1' Report Halil   57'
Bastunov   100'
Stadium: Stadion Hitrino
Referee: Nikola Petrov (Lovech)
4 September 2019 (2019-09-04) Lato Alekovo (IV)0−1Spartak Varna (II)Svishtov[note 1]
16:00 EEST Report Nikolov   86' Stadium: Stadion Akademik
Referee: Petar Kuzev (Gabrovo)
4 September 2019 (2019-09-04) Maritsa Plovdiv (III)1−3Lokomotiv Gorna Oryahovitsa (II)Plovdiv
16:00 EEST Atanasov   70' Report Stefanov   12'68'
Hristov   86'
Stadium: Stadion Maritsa
Referee: Vasimir El-Hatib (Sofia)
4 September 2019 (2019-09-04) Minyor Pernik (III)1−0Strumska Slava Radomir (II)Pernik
16:00 EEST Vasev   41' Report Stadium: Stadion Minyor
Referee: Ivaylo Nenkov (Sofia)
4 September 2019 (2019-09-04) Sozopol (III)0−1Pomorie (II)Sozopol
16:00 EEST Report Zhekov   74' Stadium: Arena Sozopol
Referee: Valentin Zhelezov (Burgas)
4 September 2019 (2019-09-04) Svetkavitsa Targovishte (III)1−4Spartak Pleven (II)Targovishte
16:00 EEST Arsovski   30' Report Traykov   15'
Todorov   28'85'
I. Ivanov   75'
Stadium: Stadion Dimitar Burkov
Referee: Krasimir Krastev (Shumen)
4 September 2019 (2019-09-04) Varbitsa Benkovski (IV)1−4Chernomorets Balchik (II)Zlatograd[note 2]
16:00 EEST Argatev   46' Report Kaloyanov   38'
Mihaylov   58'
Stefanov   73'
Kaziev   81' (o.g.)
Stadium: Gradski stadion
Referee: Valentin Stanchev (Sliven)
4 September 2019 (2019-09-04) Vihren Sandanski (III)0−2Botev Galabovo (II)Sandanski
16:00 EEST Report Karadayi   57'84' Stadium: Stadion Sandanski
Referee: Blagoy Manov (Blagoevgrad)
5 September 2019 (2019-09-05) Dobrudzha Dobrich (III)1−0Lokomotiv Sofia (II)Dobrich
16:00 EEST Stoyanov   10' Report Stadium: Stadion Druzhba
Referee: Georgi Ginchev (Veliko Tarnovo)
5 September 2019 (2019-09-05) Drenovets (III)1−2 (a.e.t.)Litex Lovech (II)Drenovets
16:00 EEST Todorov   69' Report Zhivkov   9'
G. Ivanov   98' (pen.)
Stadium: Stadion Drenovets
Referee: Georgi Ivanov (Plovdiv)
5 September 2019 (2019-09-05) Partizan Cherven Bryag (III)1−4Hebar Pazardzhik (II)Cherven Bryag
16:00 EEST Rusev   29' Report Marchev   21'42'
Chavorski   58'
Hamdiev   89'
Stadium: Gradski stadion
Referee: Dimitar Zhelyazkov (Silistra)
5 September 2019 (2019-09-05) Suvorovo (III)0−3CSKA 1948 Sofia (II)Suvorovo
16:00 EEST Report Gushterov   30'
D. Aleksandrov   65' (pen.)
Klimentov   83'
Stadium: Stadion Suvorovo
Referee: Dimitar Burov (Sofia)
5 September 2019 (2019-09-05) Zagorets Nova Zagora (III)0−0 (a.e.t.)
(5−4 p)
Pirin Blagoevgrad (II)Nova Zagora
16:00 EEST Report Stadium: Stadion Zagorets
Referee: Dimo Dimov (Sliven)
Penalties
 
 
 
 
 
  Zlatinov
  Pushkarov
  Pereira
  Henderson
  Ademov
6 September 2019 (2019-09-06) Sevlievo (III)1−3 (a.e.t.)Neftochimic Burgas (II)Sevlievo
16:00 EEST Georgiev   65' Report Petkov   90+3' (pen.)
Chahov   103'118'
Stadium: Stadion Rakovski
Referee: Ryustem Karageren (Asenovgrad)

Round of 32Edit

The draw was conducted on 23 August 2019.[3] The games will be played between 24 and 26 September 2019.[4][6] In this stage participated the 15 winners from the first round, as well as the 14 teams from First League, the two best-placed teams from Second League (Septemvri Sofia and Montana), and the winner of the Cup of Bulgarian Amateur Football League (Balkan Botevgrad).

24 September 2019 (2019-09-24) Botev Ihtiman (III)0−3Cherno More Varna (I)Ihtiman
16:00 EEST Report Minchev   50'
Rodrigo   79'
Yordanov   90+1'
Stadium: Stadion Hristo Botev
Attendance: 430
Referee: Valentin Stanchev (Sliven)
24 September 2019 (2019-09-24) Kariana Erden (II)3−0Tsarsko Selo Sofia (I)Erden
16:00 EEST Predev   6'
Bastunov   31'
Todorov   73'
Report Stadium: Sporten komplex Kariana
Attendance: 160
Referee: Yoto Garabedov (Sofia)
24 September 2019 (2019-09-24) Lokomotiv Gorna Oryahovitsa (II)0−3CSKA Sofia (I)Gorna Oryahovitsa
18:30 EEST Report Davydov   20'
Watt   55'62'
Stadium: Stadion Lokomotiv
Attendance: 1,600
Referee: Dimo Dimov (Sliven)
25 September 2019 (2019-09-25) Dobrudzha Dobrich (III)0−4Botev Vratsa (I)Dobrich
16:00 EEST Report Budinov   46'53'
Genov   61'
Atanasov   73'
Stadium: Stadion Druzhba
Attendance: 750
Referee: Dimitar Zhelyazkov (Silistra)
25 September 2019 (2019-09-25) Minyor Pernik (III)1−2Botev Plovdiv (I)Pernik
16:00 EEST Yosifov   12' Report Viana   11'83' Stadium: Stadion Minyor
Attendance: 2,200
Referee: Mustafa Shefket (Kardzhali)
25 September 2019 (2019-09-25) Spartak Varna (II)1−5Levski Sofia (I)Balchik[note 3]
16:00 EEST Rusev   63' Report Mazurek   28'
Alar   42'
Mohammed   50'
M. D. Petkov   55'57'
Stadium: Stadion Balchik
Attendance: 850
Referee: Stanislav Todorov (Shumen)
25 September 2019 (2019-09-25) Zagorets Nova Zagora (III)0−4Slavia Sofia (I)Nova Zagora
16:00 EEST Report Chunchukov   9'16'
Uzunov   52'
Krastev   81'
Stadium: Stadion Zagorets
Attendance: 300
Referee: Daniel Kraevski (Plovdiv)
25 September 2019 (2019-09-25) Litex Lovech (II)3−0Montana (II)Lovech
19:00 EEST Ganev   14'
Yordanov   74'88' (pen.)
Report Stadium: Gradski stadion
Attendance: 130
Referee: Ivan Penchev (Stara Zagora)
25 September 2019 (2019-09-25) Neftochimic Burgas (II)1−4Ludogorets Razgrad (I)Sozopol[note 4]
19:00 EEST Apostolov   12' Report Tchibota   53'76'90+2'
Lukoki   60'
Stadium: Arena Sozopol
Attendance: 520
Referee: Dimitar Burov (Sofia)
26 September 2019 (2019-09-26) Balkan Botevgrad (III)0−3Lokomotiv Plovdiv (I)Botevgrad
16:00 EEST Report Almeida   27'
Ožbolt   37'
D. Iliev   62'
Stadium: Stadion Hristo Botev
Attendance: 350
Referee: Nikolay Maldzhanski (Montana)
26 September 2019 (2019-09-26) Hebar Pazardzhik (II)0−2Arda Kardzhali (I)Bratsigovo[note 5]
16:00 EEST Report Vasilev   37'
Georgiev   64'
Stadium: Stadion Bratsigovo
Attendance: 410
Referee: Georgi Davidov (Veliko Tarnovo)
26 September 2019 (2019-09-26) Pomorie (II)0−2Beroe Stara Zagora (I)Pomorie
16:00 EEST Report Minchev   27'
Brígido   67'
Stadium: Stadion Pomorie
Attendance: 100
Referee: Dimitar Dimitrov (Pernik)
26 September 2019 (2019-09-26) Spartak Pleven (II)3−4Septemvri Sofia (II)Sofia[note 6]
16:00 EEST Tonchev   10'
Grigorov   56'76'
Report Rusev   4'
V. Nikolov   13'
Galchev   44'
Petkov   88' (pen.)
Stadium: Stadion Dragalevtsi
Attendance: 100
Referee: Petar Kuzev (Gabrovo)
26 September 2019 (2019-09-26) Chernomorets Balchik (II)0−4Vitosha Bistritsa (I)Balchik
18:00 EEST Report Kutev   1'
H. Ivanov   14'
Dolapchiev   30'58'
Stadium: Stadion Balchik
Attendance: 200
Referee: Stefan Stavrov (Veliko Tarnovo)
26 September 2019 (2019-09-26) Botev Galabovo (II)2−1Etar Veliko Tarnovo (I)Stara Zagora[note 7]
19:00 EEST Karadayi   65'
Ognyanov   68'
Report Angelov   80' Stadium: Trace Arena
Attendance: 100
Referee: Georgi Nikolov (Sofia)
26 September 2019 (2019-09-26) CSKA 1948 Sofia (II)2−1Dunav Ruse (I)Sofia[note 8]
19:00 EEST Gushterov   2'
D. Aleksandrov   72'
Report Shterev   41' Stadium: Natsionalen stadion Vasil Levski
Attendance: 110
Referee: Georgi Dimitrov (Sofia)

Round of 16Edit

The draw was conducted on 2 October 2019.[7] Originally the games were scheduled for the period between 29 and 31 October 2019.[8] Due to the second round of the local elections in Bulgaria and the inability of the police to provide adequate security, those games were rescheduled for the period between 3 and 5 December 2019.[9][10] In this stage the participants will be the 16 winners from the first round.

3 December 2019 (2019-12-03) Beroe Stara Zagora (I)3−4CSKA 1948 Sofia (II)Stara Zagora
14:30 EET Eugénio   7'
Alkan   45+2'
Conté   76'
Report Shopov   6'60'
D. Aleksandrov   36'42'
Stadium: Stadion Beroe
Attendance: 600
Referee: Ivelin Zanev (Ruse)
3 December 2019 (2019-12-03) Slavia Sofia (I)1−2Botev Plovdiv (I)Sofia
17:30 EET Krastev   61' Report Nedelev   3'27' Stadium: Stadion Slavia
Attendance: 230
Referee: Georgi Kabakov (Plovdiv)
4 December 2019 (2019-12-04) Septemvri Sofia (II)0−3Ludogorets Razgrad (I)Sofia
13:30 EET Report Moți   11'
Świerczok   18'
Tchibota   56' (pen.)
Stadium: Stadion Dragalevtsi
Attendance: 60
Referee: Georgi Nikolov (Sofia)
4 December 2019 (2019-12-04) Botev Galabovo (II)2−1Vitosha Bistritsa (I)Stara Zagora[note 9]
15:00 EET Karadayi   79'90+2' Report Kabov   46' Stadium: Trace Arena
Attendance: 50
Referee: Georgi Ginchev (Veliko Tarnovo)
4 December 2019 (2019-12-04) Botev Vratsa (I)4−0Kariana Erden (II)Vratsa
16:00 EET Kerchev   2'
Atanasov   25'
Yankov   36'90+1'
Report Stadium: Stadion Hristo Botev
Attendance: 250
Referee: Dimo Dimov (Sliven)
4 December 2019 (2019-12-04) Levski Sofia (I)1−0Cherno More Varna (I)Sofia
17:30 EET Raynov   24' Report Stadium: Stadion Vivacom Arena - Georgi Asparuhov
Attendance: 1,584
Referee: Nikolay Yordanov (Sofia)
5 December 2019 (2019-12-05) Arda Kardzhali (I)0−1CSKA Sofia (I)Kardzhali
13:30 EET Report Sowe   2' Stadium: Arena Arda
Attendance: 3,600
Referee: Ivaylo Stoyanov (Petrich)
5 December 2019 (2019-12-05) Lokomotiv Plovdiv (I)2−1Litex Lovech (II)Plovdiv
17:30 EET D. Iliev   74'87' Report Mitrev   66' Stadium: Stadion Lokomotiv
Attendance: 750
Referee: Vasimir El-Hatib (Sofia)

Quarter-finalsEdit

The draw was conducted on 10 December 2019.[11] The games will be played on 3, 4 and 5 March 2020.[12] In this stage the participants are the 8 winners from the Round of 16.

3 March 2020 (2020-03-03) Lokomotiv Plovdiv (I)2−0CSKA 1948 Sofia (II)Plovdiv
15:00 EET D. Iliev   42' (pen.)
Karagaren   67'
Report Stadium: Stadion Lokomotiv
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Nikola Popov (Sofia)
3 March 2020 (2020-03-03) CSKA Sofia (I)2−1Botev Vratsa (I)Sofia
18:00 EET Gyasi   67'
Ahmedov   89'
Report Genov   22' Stadium: Stadion Balgarska Armia
Attendance: 1,600
Referee: Vladimir Valkov (Plovdiv)
4 March 2020 (2020-03-04) Botev Galabovo (II)0−1 (a.e.t.)Botev Plovdiv (I)Stara Zagora[note 10]
18:00 EET Report D. Tonev   100' Stadium: Trace Arena
Attendance: 550
Referee: Georgi Davidov (Veliko Tarnovo)
5 March 2020 (2020-03-05) Levski Sofia (I)0−0 (a.e.t.)
(6−5 p)
Ludogorets Razgrad (I)Sofia
19:00 EET Report Stadium: Stadion Vivacom Arena - Georgi Asparuhov
Attendance: 7,500
Referee: Dragomir Draganov (Varna)
Penalties
Milanov  
Goranov  
Robertha  
Spierings  
Thiam  
Eyjólfsson  
  Moți
  Świerczok
  Grigore
  Cauly
  Marcelinho
  Tchibota

Semi-finalsEdit

The draw was conducted on 10 March 2020.[13] The first legs should have been played between 7 and 9 April, while the second legs were scheduled for the dates between 21 and 23 April 2020. On 13 March 2020, the Bulgarian Football Union (BFU) suspended all games in Bulgaria until 13 April due to concerns over the coronavirus outbreak.[14] On 6 April 2020 the BFU extended the match postponement until 13 May 2020.[15] On 15 May 2020 the BFU declared its preparedness to resume the competition after the loosening of the state of emergency, related to the pandemic.[16] After consulting the four semi-finalists it was decided to stage the semi-finals in two legs as originally planned. On 21 May the BFU scheduled the first legs of the semi-finals to be played on 9 and 10 June.[17] On 15 June the BFU scheduled the second legs for 23 and 24 June.[18] Both legs were held in stadiums with reduced capacities due to health regulations. For the first legs stadiums were allowed to host spectators up to 30% of their total capacity, as per regulation issued by the Ministry of Health on 2 June.[19] For the second legs stadiums were allowed to host spectators up to 50% of their total capacity, but no more than 1,000 spectators per block, as per regulation issued by the Ministry of Health on 23 June.[20]

First legEdit

9 June 2020 (2020-06-09) Lokomotiv Plovdiv2−0Levski SofiaPlovdiv
20:30 EEST Iliev   23'
Karagaren   45'
Report Stadium: Stadion Lokomotiv
Attendance: 2,400
Referee: Ivaylo Stoyanov (Petrich)
10 June 2020 (2020-06-10) Botev Plovdiv0−0CSKA SofiaPlovdiv
21:00 EEST Report Stadium: Futbolen kompleks Botev 1912
Attendance: 1,100
Referee: Nikolay Yordanov (Sofia)

Second legEdit

23 June 2020 (2020-06-23) Levski Sofia0−0
(0−2 agg.)
Lokomotiv PlovdivSofia
20:30 EEST Report Stadium: Stadion Vivacom Arena - Georgi Asparuhov
Attendance: 3,400
Referee: Nikola Popov (Sofia)
24 June 2020 (2020-06-24) CSKA Sofia2−0
(2−0 agg.)
Botev PlovdivSofia
20:30 EEST Bandalovski   19' (o.g.)
Sowe   55'
Report Stadium: Stadion Balgarska Armia
Attendance: 4,300
Referee: Dragomir Draganov (Varna)

FinalEdit

The final took place at the Vasil Levski National Stadium in Sofia on 1 July 2020.[21] On 27 June the Bulgarian Football Union announced that it is allowed for the stadium to host up to 30% of its total capacity (i.e. 12,000 spectators) with up to 3,000 spectators per block in accordance with the health regulations issued by the Ministry of Health.[22]

CSKA Sofia0−0 (a.e.t.)Lokomotiv Plovdiv
Report
Penalties
3−5

BracketEdit

  Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semifinals Final
                                                 
2 Botev Galabovo 2  
1 Etar Veliko Tarnovo 1  
  2 Botev Galabovo 2  
  1 Vitosha Bistritsa 1  
2 Chernomorets Balchik 0
1 Vitosha Bistritsa 4  
  2 Botev Galabovo  0 (0)   
  1 Botev Plovdiv (a.e.t.) 0 (1)  
3 Zagorets Nova Zagora 0  
1 Slavia Sofia 4  
  1 Slavia Sofia 1
  1 Botev Plovdiv 2  
3 Minyor Pernik 1
1 Botev Plovdiv 2  
  1 Botev Plovdiv 0 0  
  1 CSKA Sofia 0 2  
2 Hebar Pazardzhik 0  
1 Arda Kardzhali 2  
  1 Arda Kardzhali 0
  1 CSKA Sofia 1  
2 Lokomotiv Gorna Oryahovitsa 0
1 CSKA Sofia 3  
  1 CSKA Sofia 2
  1 Botev Vratsa 1  
3 Dobrudzha Dobrich 0  
1 Botev Vratsa 4  
  1 Botev Vratsa 4
  2 Kariana Erden 0  
2 Kariana Erden 3
1 Tsarsko Selo Sofia 0  
1 CSKA Sofia 0 (3)
1 Lokomotiv Plovdiv (p)  0 (5) 
3 Balkan Botevgrad 0  
1 Lokomotiv Plovdiv 3  
  1 Lokomotiv Plovdiv 2  
  2 Litex Lovech 1  
2 Litex Lovech 3
2 Montana 0  
  1 Lokomotiv Plovdiv 2  
  2 CSKA 1948 Sofia 0  
2 Pomorie 0  
1 Beroe Stara Zagora 2  
  1 Beroe Stara Zagora 3
  2 CSKA 1948 Sofia 4  
2 CSKA 1948 Sofia 2
1 Dunav Ruse 1  
  1 Lokomotiv Plovdiv 2 0
  1 Levski Sofia 0 0  
2 Spartak Varna 1  
1 Levski Sofia 5  
  1 Levski Sofia 1
  1 Cherno More Varna 0  
3 Botev Ihtiman 0
1 Cherno More Varna 3  
  1 Levski Sofia (p)  0 (6) 
  1 Ludogorets Razgrad 0 (5)  
2 Spartak Pleven 3  
2 Septemvri Sofia 4  
  2 Septemvri Sofia 0
  1 Ludogorets Razgrad 3  
2 Neftochimic Burgas 1
1 Ludogorets Razgrad 4  

Top goalscorersEdit

As of 1 July 2020
Rank Player Club Goals
1   Dimitar Iliev Lokomotiv Plovdiv 5
  Eray Karadayi Botev Galabovo
3   Denislav Aleksandrov CSKA 1948 Sofia 4
  Mavis Tchibota Ludogorets Razgrad

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Lato Alekovo hosts all its games at Stadion Akademik in Svishtov, as Alekovo does not have a local stadium.
  2. ^ The match took place at the Gradski stadion in Zlatograd instead of Vrabnitsa Benkovski's home stadium, Stadion Dimitar Penev in Benkovski.
  3. ^ The match took place at Stadion Balchik in Balchik instead of Spartak's home stadium in Varna.
  4. ^ The match took place at Arena Sozopol in Sozopol instead of Neftochimic's home stadium Lazur in Burgas.
  5. ^ The match took place at Stadion Bratsigovo in Bratsigovo instead of Hebar's home stadium in Pazardzhik.
  6. ^ The match took place at the Stadion Dragalevtsi in Sofia instead of Spartak Pleven's home stadium, Stadion Pleven in Pleven.
  7. ^ The match took place at Stadion Balchik in Balchik instead of Spartak's home stadium in Varna.
  8. ^ The match took place at the Natsionalen stadion Vasil Levski in Sofia instead of CSKA 1948 Sofia's home stadium, Stadion Obelya in Sofia.
  9. ^ The match took place at Trace Arena in Stara Zagora instead of Botev's home stadium in Galabovo.
  10. ^ The match took place at Trace Arena in Stara Zagora instead of Botev's home stadium in Galabovo.

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