PFC Litex Lovech II

PFC Litex Lovech II (Bulgarian: ПФК Литекс Ловеч 2) or Litex Lovech 2 was a Bulgarian football team based in Lovech. Founded in 2015, it was the reserve team of PFC Litex Lovech, and completed one season in B Group, the second level of Bulgarian football.

Litex Lovech II
Nickname(s)The Oranges
Short nameLitex II
Founded2015; 8 years ago (2015)
DissolvedJune 2, 2016; 6 years ago (2016-06-02)
GroundLovech Stadium,
Lovech
Capacity8,100
2015–16B Group, 5th
WebsiteClub website

HistoryEdit

FoundationEdit

At the beginning of 2015 BFUnion discussed the idea of teams from A Group having a second team in B Group or lower. Ludogorets Razgrad, Litex Lovech, Levski Sofia, CSKA Sofia, Cherno More Varna and Botev Plovdiv showed interest in having a team in B group. At the beginning of June 2015, BFU announced that only Litex and Ludogorets had applied to have their 2nd teams in B Group. Later Litex II and Ludogorets II were added in B Group for the 2015–16 season.

2015–16 SeasonEdit

After the administrative relegation to the B Group on 21 January 2016 (for the 2016–17 season) of Litex Lovech, the 2nd team will be relegated to the V Group for the 2016–17 season, but the team will complete the season in the B Group until end of 2015–16 season and as the first team won't complete in A Group, most of the players could complete for the 2nd team and play for the first team in the Bulgarian Cup since Litex Lovech is part of semifinals.[1]

ManagersEdit

Dates Name Honours
2015–2016   Stamen Belchev
2016   Lyuboslav Penev

Past seasonsEdit

Season League Place W D L GF GA Pts
2015–16 B PFG (II) 5 14 7 9 50 38 49
Green marks a season followed by promotion, red a season followed by relegation.

Most matchesEdit

B GroupEdit

Ranking Nationality Name Years Matches Goals
1   Bulgaria Aleksandar Tsvetkov 2015–2016 22 1
2   Bulgaria Aleksandar Konov 2015–2016 21 0
3   Bulgaria Rumen Rumenov 2015–2016 18 3
4   Bulgaria Milcho Angelov 2015–2016 17 5
5   Bulgaria Chavdar Ivaylov 2015–2016 16 4
6   Bulgaria Tonislav Yordanov 2015–2016 14 1
7   Bulgaria Aleksandar Georgiev 2015–2016 13 4
  Bulgaria Kiril Despodov 2015–2016 13 3
  Bulgaria Ivan Goranov 2015–2016 13 2
  Bulgaria Krasimir Stanoev 2015–2016 13 1

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