Bansko (Bulgarian: Банско) is a Bulgarian professional association football club from the town of Bansko, currently playing in the South-West Third League, the third division of Bulgarian football. Its home matches take place at the Saint Petar Stadium.
The club was founded in 1951. Until the 2008–09 season, the team participated in either the amateurs Bulgarian divisions. After the union by the two clubs from Blagoevgrad – "Pirin" and "Pirin 1931", FC Bansko took licence of Pirin for participation in the West B Group.
Bansko was founded in 1951. The team has largely played in regional leagues throughout its history. The team enjoyed more success in the 21st century. Bansko promoted to the B PFG for the first time in 2008. A strong selection of players led to success in the second tier of Bulgarian football. In their debut season, Bansko finished third, very close to securing promotion to the top tier. However, even more successful was the 2009-10 season, when Bansko managed to finish in third place once more, with 49 points, equal with Akademik Sofia on points. However, Akademik had a better goal difference, and were placed second, thus being promoted to the first tier.
As of 1 February 2020
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