FC Pirin Razlog
|Full name||Football Club Pirin Razlog|
|Ground||Gradski Stadium, Razlog|
|Head coach||Hristo Dzhodzhov|
|League||South-West Third League|
|2016–17||South-West Third League, 11th|
The club was founded as Pirin in 2002. In their second season, they were promoted to South-Western V Group (third tier) as champions of the Regional Group - Blagoevgrad.
On 24 June 2016 Pirin merged into PFC Septemvri Sofia. In August 2016 the restored club merged with Malesh Mikrevo and from the new season 2016/17 Pirin will compete in the new Third Southwestern League, the third division of Bulgarian football. 
- Nineteenth place in the "B" group: 1990/91 (as Pirin).
- Twice the 1/32 finals of the tournament for the National Cup: this time its official name is the Cup of Bulgaria - 1990/91 (as Pirin) and 2010/11
As of 1 February 2020[update]
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Pirin Razlog at Bulgarian Club Directory
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