FC Pirin Razlog

Football Club Pirin Razlog (Bulgarian: Пирин Разлог) is a Bulgarian football club based in Razlog, that competes in the South-West Third League.[1]

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Full nameFootball Club Pirin Razlog
Founded2002; 20 years ago (2002)
GroundGradski Stadium, Razlog
Head coachHristo Dzhodzhov
LeagueSouth-West Third League
2020–21South-West Third League, 10th


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.

In 2010, Ivan Stoychev had been appointed as a manager of Pirin 2002. In 2011–12 season, the club won promotion for the B Group for first time in the club's history.[2]

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.[3]


  • 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

League positionsEdit

Third Amateur Football League (Bulgaria)Bulgarian B Football GroupBulgarian V AFG

Current squadEdit

As of 1 February 2020

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   BUL Blagoy Stoyanov
3 DF   BUL Ivan Arsov
4 DF   BUL Zhivko Grozdanov
5 DF   BUL Dimitar Mavrodiev
6 MF   BUL Radoslav Lefterov
7 DF   BUL Georgi Fikiyn
8 MF   BUL Petar Lazarov
9 FW   BUL Krasimir Shapkarov
10 MF   BUL Nikolay Hadzhinikolov (captain)
11 MF   BUL Ibrahim Alim
No. Pos. Nation Player
12 GK   BUL Ivan Dimitrov
14 FW   SRB Miloš Stojanov
15 MF   BUL Nikolay Dimirov
17 MF   BRA Matheus
18 FW   BUL Milen Lefterov
19 MF   BUL Martin Tatarov
20 MF   BUL Anton Kostadinov
21 MF   BUL Mario Dimitrov
22 DF   BUL Krastyo Pishev
25 MF   COL Juan Toro


  1. ^ 2010-2011 Bulgarian Southeast V AFG Standings (in Bulgarian) Bulgarian-Football.com Retrieved 3 February 2011.
  2. ^ "Пирин (Разлог) влезе в "Б"група" (in Bulgarian). novsport.com. Retrieved 2012-05-27.
  3. ^ Свобода (Пещера) е новият член на ЮЗ трета лига

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