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  1. Levski Sofia (Bulgarian: Левски София) is a Bulgarian professional association football club based in Sofia, which competes in the First League, the top division of the Bulgarian football league system.The club was founded on 24 May 1914 by a group of high school students, and is named after Vasil Levski, a Bulgarian revolutionary renowned as the national hero of the country.

  2. 25/11/2022 · CSKA Sofia Women vs Levski Women match for Bulgaria National League Women on 2022-11-25. ... last results for each team, match odds. Bulgaria National League Women - 2022-11-25 14:00. Bets API. English . English ... Stadium: Vasil Simov Hall Round: 5 ...

  3. On 18 June 1985, the final for the Bulgarian Cup was held at the Vasil Levski National Stadium between CSKA and Levski Sofia. The match was marked by many questionable referee decisions and saw several brutal fights, including an assault on a referee by some of Levski's players.

  4. Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia, Bulgaria Mexico: 1–1: 1–1: Friendly 9: 9 September 1992: Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia, Bulgaria France: 1–0: 2–0: 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification: 10: 28 April 1993: Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia, Bulgaria Finland: 1–0: 2–0: 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification 11: 12 May 1993

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Sofia_MetroSofia Metro - Wikipedia

    The remaining section between Serdika and Vasil Levski stadium station finally entered into service on 7 September 2009 establishing an uninterrupted link between Obelya and Mladost 1 stations. The construction of the stretch from Mladost I to Business Park Sofia station (2.62 kilometres (1.63 mi), three underground stations) began on 25 April 2013, and was completed on 8 May 2015.

  6. www.metrosofia.com › enMetro Sofia

    Shooting with one casualty at Sofia Airport station, changes in the train routes 12 May 2021 On 24 April 2021 the Extension of Line 3 of Sofia Metro to Gorna Banya Opens

  7. The National Palace of Culture (Национален дворец на културата, Natsionalen dvorets na kulturata; abbreviated as НДК, NDK), located in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, is the largest, multifunctional conference and exhibition centre in south-eastern Europe.It was opened in 1981 in celebration of Bulgaria's 1300th anniversary.