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Bulgaria BC Levski
 BC Levski logo
Nicknames The Blues (Сините)
Leagues NBL
Balkan League
Founded 1923
Arena Universiada Hall
(capacity: 3,000)
Location Sofia, Bulgaria
Team colors Blue and white
President Bulgaria Yulia Boyanova
Head coach Bulgaria Konstantin Papazov
Championships

(17) NBL
(12) Bulgarian Cup

Website
Uniforms
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Home jersey
Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
Team colours
Away

BC Levski Sofia (Bulgarian: БК „Левски София“) is a Bulgarian professional basketball club based in the capital Sofia and part of the Levski Sofia sports club.

Founded in 1923, Levski have been 17 times champions of Bulgaria (a national record) and 12 times Bulgarian Cup winners. They play their home matches at the Universiade Hall and Triaditista Hall in Sofia.

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Honours

  • Bulgarian Championships: 1942, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1986, 1993, 1994, 2000, 2001 (13)
  • Bulgarian Cup winners: 1951, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1976, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1993, 2001, 2009, 2010 (14)

Roster 2009-2010

No Player Height Position Year born
5 Republic of Macedonia Nikola Gaydadzhiev 1.93 AG 1992
6 United States Aaron Harper 2.00 G/F 1991
8 Bulgaria Stanislav Slaveykov 1.97 F 1986
9 United States Donald Cole 2.04 PF/C 1981
10 Bulgaria Stefan Georgiev 2.06 PF/C 1978
11 Bulgaria Pavel Ivanov 2.00 SF 1988
12 Bulgaria Zlatin Georgiev 2.04 G/F 1985
13 Bulgaria Asen Velikov 1.87 PG 1986
14 Bulgaria Boyko Mladenov 2.12 C 1981
15 Bulgaria France Vassil Evtimov 2.07 PF/C 1977
21 United States Jason Smith 1.83 PG 1983
23 Bulgaria Iskren Ivanov 1.86 SG 1989
22 Bulgaria Georgi Kunov 2.02 F 1992
- Bulgaria Alex Simeonov 2.00 F 1993
- Bulgaria Vassil Alexandrov 1.98 CG 1990
- Republic of Macedonia Georgi Cekovski 2.05 C/F 1980
- United States Bobby Frasor 1.91 G 1986

Head Coach: Bulgaria Konstantin Papazov

Former players

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