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Lokomotiv Sofia

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Established
1929 (95 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Lokomotiv, Sofia
(22,000 Capacity)

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Location
Sofia, Bulgaria

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Железничарите

Competitions
Bulgarian First League

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curswine: 07/Jul/21


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09/03 Lokomotiv So - Slavia Sofia
16/03 Ludogorets R - Lokomotiv So
30/03 Lokomotiv So - CSKA Sofia
03/04 Cherno More - Lokomotiv So
06/04 Lokomotiv So - Beroe

Results
02/03 Etar Veliko 1 - 2 Lokomotiv So
25/02 Lokomotiv So 0 - 2 Krumovgrad
16/02 Hebar Pazard 0 - 1 Lokomotiv So
09/02 Sportist Svo 1 - 2 Lokomotiv So
07/02 Lokomotiv So 0 - 0 Marek Dupnit

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Lokomotiv 1929 (Bulgarian: Локомотив 1929) is a Bulgarian professional association football club based in Sofia, which currently plays in the First League, the top tier of Bulgarian football.

Founded as Railway Sports Club in 1929, and refounded in 2015, following bankruptcy, the club has played at Stadion Lokomotiv since 1985.

Lokomotiv has won four League titles and four Bulgarian Cups. Lokomotiv established themselves as one of Bulgaria’s top clubs throughout history, performing strongly both domestically and internationally. During the communist period in Bulgaria, Lokomotiv was funded by the railroad industry, thus it was financially stable. The club spent the majority of its history in the top tier First League, with brief interruptions including it’s merging with Slavia Sofia in 1971, although that was short lived, as well as an administrative relegation in 2015 due to financial problems.

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Stadion Lokomotiv (Bulgarian: Стадион „Локомотив“, English: 'Lokomotiv Stadium') is a multi-purpose stadium, located in Sofia, Bulgaria. The stadium holds 22,000 people, of which 17,500 are seating. The stadium was built in 1985.

It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of PFC Lokomotiv Sofia.

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