Bulgaria has cemented its 39th place in the FIFA ranking at the end of 2005 retaining the same position as in November. The squad of Hristo Stoitchkov garnered 638 to occupy this position.
A record number of over 200 journalists have taken part in the voting for Bulgaria's Footballer of the Year. The final results will be ready and announced on December 21.
A record number of over 200 children from 13 different Bulgarian clubs joined the traditional Christmas Taekwondo tournament in Sofia. The tournament organized by the Bulgarian Taekwondo federation WTF was full of surprises for the participants and the g
Artmedia Petrzalka will be the next rival of Bulgaria's Levski in the race for the UEFA Cup. Friday's lottery placed Litex against the French Strasbourg.
Bulgaria's Telecommunication Company (BTC) has launched the first ADSL online chess tournament in the country on Friday. The initiative joins the efforts of BTC and the Bulgarian Chess Federation to help the game's development and its popularization amon
The Bulgarian, who became the first European to earn sumo's second-highest rank of Ozeki, largely praised for his success and lauded as the continent‘s best envoy to Japan modestly said that he was simply doing his job.
Bulgaria's Defence Minister Vesselin Bliznakov has awarded the top ten army sports people for 2005 in a Sofia ceremony on Tuesday. Boxer Alexsey Shaydulin received the top prize for his brilliant performances in the EU and world tournaments, where he grab
Celtic are ready to step up their bid to tie down Stilian Petrov and Stephen McManus.
Bulgarian swimmer Mihail Alexandrov has set a new record for his country by finishing fourth in the 200 meters breaststroke swimming at the European championship in Trieste. Alexandrov finished fourth in the 25-meter pool and overtook the 200 meters for
England will play Paraguay, Sweden and Trinidad and Tobago in this summer's World Cup finals in Germany. England, drawn in group B, are to play their first game against Paraguay in Frankfurt, on June 10, next year.
Bulgaria will create an atomized register of the football hooligans. The register, which will include the names of people with violent behaviour at sports events was approved by Interior Minister Rumen Petkov.
A gay scandal involving four players has hit an amateur football club from Varna, Bulgaria. The four were expelled from the MAX club after being caught in a sex foursome in the changing room, a newspaper report said Friday.
Stefka Kostadinova, president of the Bulgarian Olympic Committee, joined the start of the Olympic flame journey for the 2006 Turin Winter Olympics.
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