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Bulgarian V Amatyorska Futbolna Grupa ("V" Amateur Football Group) is the third division in Bulgarian football. While the first and second division are professional the third division is amateur.

Rules

There are four "V" groups which include 20 teams. Due to different circumstances in season 2009/10 the North-east was with 18 teams, North-west with 15 teams, South-east with 20 and South-west with 20. The winning team in every group is promoted to "B" Group (for North-east and South-east - East B Group, and for North-west and sputh-west - West B group. The teams which are relegated from V group are put in the Province groups.

Bulgarian North-West V AFG

Includes provinces: Veliko Tarnovomarker, Gabrovomarker, Plevenmarker, Lovechmarker, Vratsamarker, Montanamarker, Vidinmarker.



Bulgarian North-East V AFG

Includes provinces: Varnamarker, Shumenmarker, Dobrichmarker, Silistramarker, Razgradmarker, Targovishtemarker and Rusemarker.



Bulgarian South-West V AFG

Includes provinces: Sofia City, Sofia Provincemarker, Pernikmarker, Kyustendilmarker, Blagoevgradmarker and Pazardzhikmarker.

  • OFC Botev 1937 Ihtiman
  • OFC Benkovski Pazardzhik
  • FC Benkovski Kostinbrod
  • PFC Belasitsa Petrich
  • FC Chepinets
  • FC Germanea
  • FC Levski Elin Pelin
  • FC Malesh Mikrevo
  • FC Mesta 2005
  • PFC Minyor Bobov dol
  • PFC Hebar Pazardzhik
  • FC Pirin Razlog
  • FC Perun Kresna
  • FC Novi Iskar
  • FC Slivnishki geroi
  • FC Strumska Slava
  • FC Velbazhd
  • FC Vitosha
  • FC Vitosha (Dolna Dikanya)


Bulgarian South-East V AFG

Includes provinces: Plovdivmarker, Smolyanmarker, Kardzhalimarker, Haskovomarker, Yambolmarker, Slivenmarker, Stara Zagoramarker and Burgasmarker.



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