FC Belite Orli Pleven
Belite Orli Pleven (Bulgarian: ПФК Белите орли Плевен) is a Bulgarian football club from the town of Pleven, currently playing in the A RFG Pleven, the fourth division of Bulgarian football. The team was dissolved in 2010, but was restored in 2014.
|Full name||PFC Belite Orli|
|Ground||Belite Orli Stadium, Pleven|
|League||A RFG Pleven|
|2014–15||B RFG Pleven, 1st /promoted/|
On 19 August 1931 in Pleven is founded the football club Belite Orleta. The team name is changed to Belite Orli in 1932. In 1942 they are allowed to build own stadium called Spartak, but later the name is changed to Belite Orli Stadium. In 1947 team is merged with the other Pleven football clubs to found one united team called PFC Spartak Pleven.
On 20 January 1991 the team is refounded by Viktor Haidukov, son of one of the original founders and others. Team is led by association Sport Club Belite Orli. Team had 8 seasons in the Bulgarian 2nd league B Group, before was dissolved in 2010 due to financial problems.
The team is ones again refounded in 2014 and started from the fifth league of Bulgaria the B Regional Group. The team promoted to A Regional Group in the first season. For the 2014–15 season Svetoslav Barkanichkov was appointed as manager hoping to manage the team to the V Group.
- B RFG Pleven:
- Winners (1): 2014–15
- As of 12 November 2015
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|2014–15||B RFG Pleven (V)||1||17||2||1||73||14||53||not qualified|
|2015–16||A RFG Pleven (IV)||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||not qualified|
|Green marks a season followed by promotion, red a season followed by relegation.|