Bulgaria

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Hattrick Country
Bulgaria
File:Locationbulgaria.png
Location of Bulgaria (link to Google map)
Wikipedia page
Currency Lev
Lev = 0.5€
Time zone Hattrick Time +1
Continent: [[Europe]]
Bulgaria HT Country
Zone:
[[Eastern Europe]]
Number of regions: 27
Current local season: 11
Number of teams:
(~ active)
10920 (Active 4202)
Level of series: 6
Top series name: Vissha Liga
National cups: {{{cup_name}}} (main)
България Emerald Cup (challenger)
България Ruby Cup (challenger)
България Sapphire Cup (challenger)
България Consolation Cup (third tier)
National teams
Template:Country data България

Bulgaria was given birth as an HT-country in November 2002. There are currently more than 4000 users in the Bulgarian leagues.

History

The history of HT-Bulgaria started around 2001 with more users from Bulgaria deciding to enter the game in different leagues around the world. The Bulgarian league system was created in November 2002. Later, in the spring of 2004 the website would be translated in Bulgarian, which attracts many more users.

Important Dates

  • Summer of 2002 -- BG-Lig@ is created
  • 29.11.2002 at 12.12 -- Red--Stars (117071) became the first team to join the Bulgarian leagues.
  • 03.12.2002 -- The first game ever to be played was a friendly match between Red-Stars and Panonia (then Pononia). The score was a smashing 0-8 for the away team. The first goal was scored in the game's first minute by Marin Kostov.
  • 05.02.2003 -- First official trophy won in Bulgaria - for Levski 1914 with owner Black_Jack
  • 04.07.2003 -- The frst champion (human user) is AC Slavi de Furore, owned by Slavi Manalov. In this way the team also completes the only double in the history of Bulgaria, after having won the cup several weeks before
  • 21.02.2003 -- First win for a national team in a friendly against Taiwan by 4 - 1
  • 14.05.2004 -- The U-20 team reaches the World Cup and wins the first official match for a national team on 07.05.2004 against U-20 Singapore by 2 - 1
  • 24.05.2004 -- Hattrick.org presents the website's translation in Bulgarian language. The first LA is Scorcher
  • 04.06.2004 -- Adron, owned by Mittko, completes his hattrick of three consequtive titles from the Vissha Liga
  • August 2004 -- Hattrick.Formenos, the most popular Bulgarian Hattrick forum nowadays, is created.
  • 18.08.2004 -- Mitko69 becomes the first Bulgarian GM
  • 05.01.2005 - Yellow squad, owned by DRMalinov, completes a hattrick of national cups (seasons 4, 6 and 8)
  • February 2005 -- Several top Bulgarian teams are shut down after cheating allegations. They include the then national champion zumbul_bg and the founder of BG-Liga.
  • 9.03.2005 -- The portal website HT-BG.net becomes active

Teams

The teams currently in Bulgaria's Vissha liga are: CSKA_, Ohliuv Pancharevo, Maritza 1921, Plovdiv United, Ulux, Plovdiv Ghosts, Adron and Osmi Basein.

The Senior National Team

The U-20 National Team

Commnunity

The Bulgarian HT-community consists of:

League Workers

Present

  • GM-Vladimircho
  • MOD-Alvelin
  • MOD-Blizzard
  • Scorcher

Past

  • GM-NickMan
  • GM-mitko69
  • MOD-branev

Regions

See also

Bulgarian Clubs; Bulgarian Publications; Bulgarian Unofficial Champion

External Links

Eastern Europe

Albania (Shqiperia) · Belarus (Belarus) · Bosnia & Herzegovina (Bosna i Hercegovina) · Bulgaria (Bulgaria) · Croatia (Hrvatska) · Cyprus (Cyprus) · Greece (Hellas) · Moldova (Moldova) · Montenegro (Crna Gora) · North Macedonia (Severna Makedonija) · Romania (România) · Russia (Rossiya) · Serbia (Srbija) · Turkey (Türkiye) · Ukraine (Ukraina)