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The team's colours are white and black. Established on 10 April , Slavia is currently the oldest sports club in Sofia. Slavia is one of only two Bulgarian football clubs that have never been relegated the other being Levski Sofia , although the club has been divided into two separate clubs and one of them that carries Slavia records and statistics Udarnik Sofia had been expelled to the Second Division, which continued for a season , for no other reason, but politically arranged football reform.
The other separate entity Stroitel Sofia which is now defunct and regarded as a different club had remained in First Division.
Later on the two clubs reunited again. Domestically, the club has won the Bulgarian Championship seven times and the Bulgarian Cup eight times.
They have also been runners-up in the championship ten times and have reached the cup final on three additional occasions.
Among the team's international successes are a European Cup Winners' Cup semi-final in and a quarter-final in , as well as two consecutive Balkans Cup trophies in and Slavia have a rivalry with fellow Sofia-based club Levski Sofia.
Matches between the two teams are known as the Oldest capital derby , due to the fact that Slavia and Levski are the oldest, continuously-existing football teams from Sofia.
They used to compete regularly for trophies before On 10 April , a group of young people living near a Russian Monument in Sofia and representatives of the local capital clubs Botev and Razvitie , in a coffee-house — Alabin str.
Dimitar Blagoev — Palio, a year-old student, was elected as the first president of the club. The first sport dresses of the club were white shirts and black shorts.
Since , the team has played with white shirts and white shorts and up to present days it is popular as the "White pride".
On 11 August , Slavia played its first match, against local club Savata, and won 1—0. After World War I , Slavia began to become more successful.
On 5 June , the club won its first champion title, winning 4—0 in the final match against Vladislav Varna. Slavia won the title five more times until , in , , —39 , and Slavia won its first Bulgarian Cup in Slavia were eliminated from the competition 2—1 on aggregate.
Its most important achievements in Europe during —67 Cup Winners' Cup campaign when Slavia eliminated Swansea City , Strasbourg and Servette , before being eliminated by Rangers in the semi-finals.
Two years later, the two clubs split again after a split was supported by , fans. In the —81 season, led by Chavdar Tsvetkov and Andrey Zhelyazkov ,  Slavia reached the quarter-finals of the Cup Winners' Cup before losing 6—3 on aggregate to Feyenoord.
In , Slavia won the Balkans Cup for the second time. In , Stoyan Kotsev, the former Slavia midfielder, was appointed as the club's new manager.
After finishing fourth in , they went on to win the A PFG title in — Slavia finished with five points more than second-placed Levski Sofia. This marked Slavia's first Bulgarian title since However, in the third qualifying round, they lost to Hajduk Split of Croatia, thus being eliminated.
The —20 season was very successful for Slavia. The team finished in third place, qualifying for the Europa League playoff.
Slavia clinched the third place in the last round of the season, defeating champions Ludogorets 3—1 at home, while Levski Sofia lost 1—2 to Lokomotiv Plovdiv , thus making Slavia third.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. For recent transfers, see Transfers summer Up to five non-EU nationals can be registered and given a squad number for the first team in the A PFG however only three can be used during a match day.
Those non-EU nationals with European ancestry can claim citizenship from the nation their ancestors came from.
If a player does not have European ancestry he can claim Bulgarian citizenship after playing in Bulgaria for 5 years. There is one remaining ultras group called Boys Sofia , a name referring to the fact the traditional support is from the south of the city; in the past there were multiple other groups.
In the first ten years after Slavia was founded, the club played in the stadium of his predecessor SC Razvitie.
On 3 October , Slavia became the owner of land to the Russian Monument in Sofia, where was the first ground of the club.
They played their home games there for the next few decades, until they moved to southwest Sofia in the s. On 12 March , started the construction of Slavia Stadium.
Mayor of the sixth area in Sofia and president of the Slavia women's basketball team, Dimitar Tinev, presided at the laying in place of the first stone.
Slavia Stadium has undergone many changes over the years and it presently has a capacity of 25, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Bulgarian association football club. Home colours. Away colours. Main article: Ovcha Kupel Stadium. Archived from the original on 4 March Retrieved 17 April RetrievedSlavia's home ground is the Slavia Stadium in Ovcha kupel with a capacity of 25, Slavia Sofia goals scored Lovepoint match away. Show all league matches for both teams. Football in Bulgaria. Champions Players foreign.