Bulgarian League Draw Held, 12 Teams to Compete
The draw for the 2014/2015 Bulgarian Football League took place on Tuesday, with 12 teams participating.
Several weeks ago, it was revealed that newly promoted Marek (Dupnitsa) and Haskovo will not receive licenses to play in the top division, but the Bulgarian Football Union later overturned its decision.
The top league will consist of 12 teams, who will play each other twice in the regular season. Following the 22 rounds, teams will be split into playoffs between the top 6 and bottom 6.
The league will begin on July 19. Here are the matches from the first round:
Beroe (Stara Zagora) – Cherno More (Varna)
Litex (Lovech) – CSKA (Sofia)
Botev (Plovdiv) – Lokomotiv (Sofia)
Levski (Sofia) – Lokomotiv (Plovdiv)
Slavia (Sofia) – Marek (Dupnitsa)
Haskovo – Ludogorets (Razgrad)
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