Neftochimic Burgas 1986

Neftochimic Burgas 1986
Neftochimic
Neftochimic logo.png
Full name Професионален футболен клуб Нефтохимик Бургас
(Professional football club Neftochimic Burgas)
Nickname(s) Шейховете (The Sheiks)
Founded 1962
/restored 7 July 2009/
Ground Cherveno Zname
(Capacity: 2000)
Owner Nikolay Filipov
Manager Dimitar Stoychev
League East B PFG
2010-11 South-East V AFG, 2nd
(Promoted)
Home colours
Away colours

Neftochimic (Bulgarian: Нефтохимик) is a football club from Burgas, Bulgaria. The club was officially founded in 2009 and was claimed that is the official successor of the traditions and successes of the disbanded Naftex Burgas, which was founded in 1962. Neftochimic is currently competing in the East B PFG, the second division of Bulgarian football.

Contents

Address

  • Dolno Ezerovo,Municipal Sports Complex
  • Burgas 8000 Bulgaria

History

1962–2009

The club was created in 1962 by a group of workers, laying the foundations of the future Petroleum Refinery Neftochim, which had not yet been named. The team startеd in A regional group under the name of Stroitel. In 1964 the Refinery was finally named Neftochim and the team's name was also changed to Neftochimic. Year later, the team earned its promotion to B PFG.

In 1993, Dimitar Dimitrov signed as a manager of the team and it won the Bulgarian Eastern B PFG and qualifies in the Bulgarian top division for the first time in its history. Neftochimic finished at 8th place in its first season and reached the semifinals of the Bulgarian Cup eliminating champions Levski Sofia on its way. The second season in the Bulgarian A PFG was among the most successful season in the history of the club. Neftochimic finished 4th and won the Professional League Cup. In 1997, Neftochimic finished second after a series of referee's mistakes in favor of champions CSKA Sofia and won again the Professional League Cup. In the following years, Neftochimic established itself as the one of the best teams in the country regularly finishing in places allowing the team to participate in the UEFA Cup.

In 2004, Portochanov resigned as a president of Naftex and the club began experiencing serious troubles. Many of the very strong and experienced players that brought success to Naftex were sold and the new management managed the club carelessly allowing it to fall out of the A PFG in 2006.

2009–present

On July 6 2009, Naftex Burgas was folded. On the next day - July 7 an amateur football club Athletic was renamed to Neftochimic 1986 and was declared by his owners as successor of the old team.

European Cups History

UEFA Cup:

Season Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
1997-98 Q1 Norway SK Brann 3-2 1-2 4-4
2000-01 Q1 Cyprus Omonia Nicosia 2-1 0-0 2-1
Q2 Russia Lokomotiv Moscow 0-0 2-4 2-4

Current squad

As of August 20, 2011 Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
3 Bulgaria DF Stayko Staykov
4 Bulgaria DF Diyan Lefterov
5 Bulgaria DF Todor Stoev
7 Bulgaria MF Kosta Shterev
8 Bulgaria FW Yordan Yordanov
9 Bulgaria MF Pavel Aleksiev
10 Bulgaria MF Stamen Angelov
11 Bulgaria DF Rosen Blagoev
13 Bulgaria FW Tzvetomir Matev
14 Bulgaria MF Momchil Zhelev
15 Bulgaria FW Petar Kolev
16 Bulgaria MF Marin Cenov
17 Bulgaria DF Nikolay Kostov
No. Position Player
18 Bulgaria DF Tsvetan Kanelov
19 Bulgaria DF Todor Todorov
20 Bulgaria DF Yuri Ivanov
21 Bulgaria FW Stoyko Sakaliev (captain)
22 Bulgaria FW Anton Ivanov
23 Bulgaria DF Ivan Yanchev
26 Bulgaria MF Milen Hristov
27 Bulgaria MF Georgi Kaloyanov
28 Bulgaria MF Simeon Zlatev
69 Bulgaria GK Nikolay Mitev
77 Bulgaria GK Emil Danchev
84 Bulgaria GK Georgi Hristov

External links


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