1908 Atlas Varna [disbanded] 1909 AS Sofiya [founded as CF Sofiya; disbanded] Razvitiye Sofiya [merged 1913 with SK Botev Sofiya to Slaviya Sofiya] Sportist Varna [disbanded] 1910 SK Botev Sofiya [merged 1913 with Razvitiye Sofiya to SK Slaviya Sofiya] 1912 PFK Botev Plovdiv [founded as SK Botev Plovdiv] 1913 PFK Slaviya Sofiya [founded as SK Slaviya Sofiya (merger of SK Botev Sofiya and Razvitiye Sofiya)] 1914 PFK Levski Sofiya [founded as CS Levski Sofiya] Sliven OFK 2000 [founded as Sportist Sliven] Ticha SK Varna [merged 1945 with SK Vladislav Varna to TV 45 Varna] 1916 SK Vladislav Varna [merged 1945 with Ticha SK Varna to TV 45 Varna] 1918 Balgarski Sokol Varna [merged 1924 with Shipka Varna to FK Shipchenski Sokol Varna] Borislav Stara Zagora [merged 1924 with Rekord Stara Zagora to Beroya Stara Zagora] 1919 FK Marek Dupnitsa [founded as Slavia Stanke Dimitrov] PFK Spartak Pleven [founded as FC Skobelev Pleven] Razvitiye Dobrich [disbanded] PFK Velbazhd Kyustendil Victoria Vidin [founded as Sportist Vidin] FK Dunav Ruse [founded as CAVA Ruse] Kakra Pernik [merged 1945 with Benkovski, Svetkavitsa, ZSK Pernik, Rudnitsar and Republikanets to Torpedo Dimitrovo] FK Rosova Dolina Kazanlak [founded as Granit Kazanlak] PFSK Chernomorets Burgas [founded as Chernomorets 919 Burgas] 1920 FK Yantra Gabrovo [founded as OTO Gabrovo] FK Hebar Pazardchik [founded as DFS Hebar Pazardshik] Levski Plovdiv [merged 1946 with Udarnik Plovdiv to Levski-Udarnik Plovdiv] Rekord Stara Zagora [merged 1924 with Borislav Stara Zagora to Beroya Stara Zagora] 1921 PFC Litex Lovech [founded as Hisarya Lovech] FK Montana [founded as Botev Montana] FK Svilengrad 1921 [founded as FK Botev Svilengrad] FK Maritsa 1921 Plovdiv [founded as DSF Maritsa Plovdiv] OFC Botev Vratsa [founded as DFS Botev Vratsa] FK Yambol SK Vladislav Varna [merged 1945 with Ticha SK Varna to TV 45 Varna] Atlantik Byala Slatina [merged 1927 with Vulkan Byala Slatina to Tsar Krum Byala Slatina] Levski Gorna Oryahovitsa [disbanded] 1922 FK Kaliakra Kavarna [founded as SK Kaliakra Kavarna] PFK Svetkavitsa Targovishte [merger of Levski Targovishte and Botev Targovishte] PFK Haskovo [founded as Botev Haskovo] Levski Dupnitsa [merged 1947 with Atletik Dupnitsa and Slaviya Dupnitsa to Marek Dupnitsa] 1923 PFK Belasitsa Petrich [founded as Manush Voyvoda Petrich] SK Makedonia Blagoevgrad [merged 1928 with SK Ilinden Gorna Dzhumaya to Makedonska Slava Pirin] Atletik Dupnitsa [merged 1947 with Levski Dupnitsa and Slaviya Dupnitsa to Marek Dupnitsa] 1924 FK Etar Veliko Tarnovo [merger of Mladeshki SK, Slava Tarnovo, Feniks Tarnovo and Viktoriya Tarnovo] FK Shipchenski Sokol Varna [merger of Balgarski Sokol Varna and Shipka Varna; merged 1945 with Levski Varna and Radetski Varna to Spartak Varna] SK Ilinden Gorna Dzhumaya [merged 1928 with SK Makedoniya Pirin to Makedonska Slava Pirin] Vulkan Byala Slatina [merged 1927 with Atlantiik Byala Slatina to Tsar Krum Byala Slatina] Borislav Gorna Oryahovitsa [merged 1944 with Zheleznicharski SK Gorna Oryahovitsa] SP 24 Haskovo [merger of Sokol Haskovo and Pantera Haskovo; merged 1927 with Orodonets Haskovo to Balgariya Haskovo] PFK Beroe Stara Zagora [founded as Beroya Stara Zagora (merger of Borislav Stara Zagora and Rekord Stara Zagora] SK Vihar Silistra [merged 1945 with Balgariya Silistra to Dorostol Silistra] Botev Blagoevgrad [merged 1945 with PFK Pirin Blagoevgrad] Benkovski Samokov [merged 1947 with Levski Samokov and other clubs to Rilski Sportist Samokov] SK Sportist Svoge 1925 PFK Vihren Sandanski [founded as Ustrem Sandanski] FK Pirin Gotse Delchev [founded as Pirin Nevrokop] Spartak Dobrich [founded as Gloria Dobrich] 1926 Radetski Varna [merged 1945 with Levski Varna and FK Shipchenski Sokol Varna to Spartak Varna] 1927 PFK Rodopa Smolyan [founded as Rodopets Smolyan] FK Lokomotiv Dryanovo [merger of Boyuz Yaz and Star Teroy] Balgariya Haskovo [merger of Orodonets Haskovo and SP 24 Haskovo; disbanded] Spartak Byala Slatina [founded as Tsar Krum Byala Slatina (merger of Atlantik Byala Slatina and Vulkan Byala Slatina); disbanded] 1928 Levski Burgas [merged 1945 with Botev Burgas to Levski-Botev 45 Burgas] PFK Pirin Blagoevgrad [founded as Makedonska Slava Pirin (merger of SK Ilinden Gorna Dzhumaya and SK Makedonia Pirin)] 1929 PFK Lokomotiv Mezdra [founded as FK Levski Mezdra] PFK Lokomotiv Sofiya [founded as ZSK Sofiya] FK Balkan Botevgrad [founded as FK Stamen Panchev Botevgrad] Panaiot Volov Shumen [founded as Preslava Shumen] 192? Lyubimets 2007 [founded as Maritsa Lyubimets] 1930 Levski Samokov [merged 1947 with Benkovski Samokov and other clubs to Rilski Sportist Samokov] 1931 FK Belite Orli Pleven [founded as FK Belite Orleta Pleven] FK Benkovski Byala Makedonska Slava Simitli [founded as Pirin 1931 Blagoevgrad; merged 2008 with PFK Pirin Blagoevgrad] Slaviya Dupnitsa [merged 1948 with Levski Dupnitsa and Atletik Dupnitsa to Marek Dupnitsa] 1932 FK Lokomotiv Gorna Oryahovitsa [founded as Zheleznicharski SK Gorna Oryahovitsa] 1934 PFK Minyor Bobov Dol 1935 FK Lokomotiv Stara Zagora [founded as Zheleznicharski SK Stara Zagora] 1936 PFK Lokomotiv 1936 Plovdiv [founded as ZSK Plovdiv] 1937 Nikola Petrov Gorna Oryahovitsa [disbanded] 1938 FK Metalik Sopot 1940 Vihar Dobrich [merged 1945 with Yunak Dobrich to Vihar-Yunak 45 Dobrich] 1942 Balgariya Silistra [merged 1945 with SK Vihar Silistra to Dorostol Silistra] 1944 PFK CSKA Sofiya [founded as Botev Sofiya] Udarnik Plovdiv [merged 1946 with Levski Plovdiv to Levski-Udarnik Plovdiv] NFD Septemvri Plovdiv [merged 1947 with Levski-Udarnik Povdiv to Spartak Plovdiv] PFK Pomoriye General Blagoy Kopchev Svishtov [merged 1949 with Sever-Slavia Svishtov and other clubs to PFK Akademik Svishtov] 1945 PFK Cherno More Varna [founded as TV 45 Varna (merger of Ticha SK Varna and FK Vladislav Varna)] PFK Minyor Pernik [founded as Torpedo Dimitrovo (merger of Kakra, Benkovski, Svetkavitsa, ZSK Pernik, Rudnitsar and Republikanets)] PFK Spartak Varna [merger of FK Shipchenski Sokol Varna, Levski Varna and Rakovski Varna] Vihar-Yunak 45 Dobrich [merger of Vihar Dobrich and Yunak Dobrich] Dorostol 2003 Silistra [founded as Dorostol Silistra (merger of SK Vikhar Silistra and Balgariya Silistra)] 1946 PFK Nesebar Levski-Udarnik Plovdiv [merger of Levski and Udarnik Plovdiv; merged 1947 with Septemvri Plovdiv to Spartak Plovdiv] 1947 FK Akademik 1947 Sofiya [founded as DSO Akademik Sofiya] PFK Rilski Sportist Samokov [founded as Rilski Sportist Samokov (merger of Benkovski Samokov, Levski Samokov and other clubs)] FK Levksi 2006 Stara Zagora [founded as FK Levski Stara Zagora] FK Spartak Plovdiv [merger of NFD Septemvri Plovdiv and Levski-Udarnik Plovdiv] PFK Spartak Pleven Dinamo Byala Slatina [disbanded] PFK Dobrudzha Dobrich PFK Haskovo [founded as Dinamo Haskovo (merger of Rodina Haskovo and Spartak Haskovo)] Marek Dupnitsa [merger of Levski, Atletik and Slaviya Dupnitsa] 1949 PFK Akademik Svishtov [founded as merger of Sever-Slavia Svishtov, General Blagoy Kopchev and other clubs] Akademik Varna [founded as Akademik Stalin; disbanded 1957] FK Dunav Ruse [founded as FD Dunav Ruse] 1951 FK Bansko 1951 1952 PFK Minyor Radnevo 1953 Stroytel Svishtov [merged 1957 with PFK Akademik Svishtov] 1957 PFK Havdar Byala Slatina Havdar Etropole Chernomorets Balchik FK Botev Krivodol 1959 FK Lokomotiv-Chikago Ruse [founded as Lokomotiv Ruse] 1964 PFK Nafteks Burgas [founded as Neftokhimik Burgas] 1992 FC Olympic Galata Teteven [merged 1999 with Beroe Stara Zagora] 1994 Sokol 94 Plovdiv 1997 PFK Vidima-Rakovski Sevlievo [merger of FC Rakovski and FC Vidima] 2007 PRK Kom-Minyor 2016 Berkovitsa [merger of Minyor 2002 Draganitsa and Kom Berkovitsa] OFK Levski 2007 Sofiya [merger of FK Juventus Malchika and FK Levski Sofiya]
Thanks to Brigitte Mayrhofer
Sources: [Grü 00], http://clubs.bul-foot.org/html/a/all/all.htm, http://www.weltfussballarchiv.com
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Last updated: 1 May 2009
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