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1948 Bulgarian Republic Football Championship

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1948 Bulgarian Republic Football Championship

Statistics of Bulgarian Republic Football Championship in the 1948 season.

Overview

It was contested by 16 teams, and Septemvri pri CDV Sofia won the championship.

Round 1

Club - Club 1st leg 2nd leg
Levski Sofia - Lyubislav Burgas 2:0 0:0
Aprilov Gabrovo - Septemvri pri CDV Sofia 0:2 1:2
Hristo Mihaylov Mihaylovgrad - Marek Dupnitsa 3:4 3:9
Benkovski Vidin - Lokomotiv Ruse 2:0 2:0
Spartak Sofia - Ilinden Petrich 2:0 1:0
TVP Varna - Loko Stara Zagora 1:1 6:2
Spartak Pleven - Slavia Plovdiv 1:1 0:3
Botev Plovdiv - Spartak Varna 2:3 0:1

Quarterfinals

Club - Club 1st leg 2nd leg
Benkovski Vidin - Septemvri pri CDV Sofia 0:4 1:2
Marek Dupnitsa - Spartak Sofia 2:0 0:0
Levski Sofia - Slavia Plovdiv 4:0 3:3
TVP Varna - Spartak Varna 2:2 0:4

Semifinals

Club - Club 1st leg 2nd leg
Spartak Varna - Septemvri pri CDV Sofia 1:2 1:4
Levski Sofia - Marek Dupnitsa 3:1 3:2

Final

Club - Club 1st leg 2nd leg
Septemvri pri CDV Sofia - Levski Sofia 1:2 3:1

References

  • Bulgaria - List of final tables (RSSSF)

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