|28 Sep 23||CSKA Sofia  ||-|| Lokomotiv Sofia|
|02 Oct 23||Lokomotiv Plovdiv  ||-|| CSKA Sofia|
|08 Oct 23||CSKA Sofia  ||-|| Levski Sofia|
|21 Oct 23||Pirin Blagoevgrad  ||-|| CSKA Sofia|
|28 Oct 23||CSKA Sofia  ||-|| Arda Kardzhali|
|22 Sep 23||Botev Plovdiv|| ||1 - 2|| ||CSKA Sofia|
|17 Sep 23||CSKA Sofia|| ||2 - 0|| ||CSKA 1948|
|02 Sep 23||Beroe|| ||0 - 3|| ||CSKA Sofia|
|26 Aug 23||CSKA Sofia|| ||1 - 1|| ||Cherno More|
|19 Aug 23||Botev Vratsa|| ||0 - 2|| ||CSKA Sofia|
CSKA (Bulgarian: ЦСКА) is a Bulgarian professional association football club based in Sofia and currently competing in the country's premier football competition, the First League. CSKA is an abbreviation for Central Sports Club of the Army (Bulgarian: Централен Спортен Клуб на Армията).
Officially established on 5 May 1948, CSKA's roots date back to an army officers' club founded in 1923. The club has won a record 31 Bulgarian titles and 20 Bulgarian Cups. Internationally, CSKA are the only Bulgarian club to have reached the semi-finals of the European Cup, which they have done twice, and they have also reached the semi-final of the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup once.
CSKA's home colors are red and white and its home ground is the Bulgarian Army Stadium. The club's biggest rivals are Levski Sofia and matches between the two sides are known as "The Eternal Derby of Bulgaria".
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