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Levski has won 26 national titles , 25 national cups and 3 supercups , including a record 13 "doubles" and 4 "trebles". It is also the only Bulgarian football club to have never been relegated from the top division since the establishment of the league system in The team's regular kit colour is all-blue.
Levski ' s home ground is the Vivacom Arena - Georgi Asparuhov in Sofia, which has a capacity of 25, spectators.
The club's biggest rivals are CSKA Sofia , and matches between the two capital sides are commonly referred to as the "Eternal derby" of Bulgaria.
The club's name was chosen in honour of the Bulgarian revolutionary Vasil Levski , and the club was officially registered on 24 May In , Levski lost its first official match against FC 13 Sofia 0—2.
Between and , football wasn't a popular sport in Bulgaria, and no additional information about the club exists.
In the summer of , the Sofia Sports League was established, which united 10 clubs from Sofia and marked the beginning of organized football competitions in the city.
The Blues won the first match in the championship for the season —22, held on 18 September , against Athletic Sofia with the score of 3—1.
Levski captured first place in the league in after a dramatic 3—2 win over bitter rival Slavia Sofia and successfully defended the title the following season.
The first National Championship was held in with Levski representing Sofia. The team went on to win the title in , and , and established itself as the most popular football club in Bulgaria.
Levski also became the holder for all times of the Ulpia Serdica Cup by virtue of winning it for the third time in a row in In , Levski became the first semi-professional football club in Bulgaria, after 12 players staged a boycott of the team in demand of financial remuneration and insurance benefits.
The same year Levski met its first international opponents, losing to Gallipoli Istanbul 0—1 and winning against Kuban Istanbul 6—0.
After winning the championship in , , as part of Unbeaten Double making Levski Sofia the only Bulgarian team with such an achievement , and Levski would not capture the domestic title again until the mids.
In , the authorities changed the club's name to Dinamo following the Soviet traditions, but after the destalinization of Bulgaria, it was reverted in The s were marked with return to success both on the domestic and on the international stage.
Levski's academy would become the most successful in national youth competitions for the years to come, and the results were first seen in the likes of Georgi Asparuhov , Georgi Sokolov , Biser Mihaylov , Kiril Ivkov , Ivan Vutsov , Stefan Aladzhov and Aleksandar Kostov , assisted by experienced veterans like Stefan Abadzhiev , Dimo Pechenikov and Hristo Iliev , who celebrated winning the championship in , and , and the 7—2 triumph over new bitter rival CSKA in The name of the club was once again changed, this time to Levski-Spartak.
The name of the team was changed to Vitosha by the authorities following the disruptions during and after the Bulgarian Cup final in The controversial decisions of the referee led to confrontations both on the field and on the stands.
By decree of the Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist Party some of the leading players both of the Blues and the Reds were suspended from the sport for life.
The championship title of the club for was suspended. However, the suspensions were lifted shortly after. Other Bulgarian Cup and national league titles were won in and respectively.
After the —90 season, the club regained its original name. Home games in European Competitions against Rangers and Werder Bremen turned into true holidays for supporters.
Another relatively successful period lasted until Levski, as the champions of Bulgaria, started their UEFA Champions League —07 participation from the second qualiftying round, where they eliminated Georgian champions Sioni Bolnisi , defeating them 2—0 both home and away.
In the third round, Levski faced Italian team Chievo Verona who are taking part in the tournament because of other clubs' sanctions as part of the Serie A matchfixing scandal.
Levski eliminated Chievo after a decisive 2—0 win in Sofia and a secure 2—2 draw on Italian soil, and becoming the first Bulgarian club to ever reach the group stage of the UEFA Champions League.
The blues eliminated the team from Azerbaijan with 2—0 on aggregate. Levski achieved only one win and 5 losses. Levski took the win against Lazio , after Hristo Yovov scored the winning goal in the match.
The match was played at Stadio Olimpico. Levski won the first match and the result was In the next round Levski played against Kalmar FF.
The first match ended 1—1 in Sweden. In the return leg in Sofia Levski won 5—2. The first match ended with a draw, 0—0 and after the game AIK-hooligans attacked the Levski players and staff.
The second match ended in a 2—1 home win for Levski. The first match was against Gent. Levski won the match in a 3—2 home win.
The winning goal was scored by Serginho Greene. With this win Levski recorded 8 games in-a-row without losing in European competitions.
After that Levski lost catastrophically from Sporting CP with 5—0. Followed by another loss against Lille. In Sofia Levski played very well against Lille and was leading 2—1 until Ivo Ivanov scored an own goal to make it 2—2.
In the following —12 season in the Third Qualifying Round of the Europa League, Levski were surprisingly eliminated by Spartak Trnava of Slovakia, following a late-minute 2—1 win in Sofia, and a loss of the same scoreline in Trnava.
The penalty shoot-out cost Levski a place in the Play-off round. This caused an upset with the fans and players, the team barely clinching the fourth position at the winter break in the "A" PFG.
Albeit only three points from the leaders Ludogoretz, the acting manager Georgi Ivanov was sacked from the position, but remained in the club as a sporting director.
Nikolay Kostov was appointed as the new manager of the club, giving the supporters a sense of optimism, which, however faded after a cup knock-out in the hands of Lokomotiv Plovdiv and a surprise loss at home to Minyor Pernik.
Kostov shockingly handed in his resignation, leaving the managerial post once again vacant. Sporting Director Georgi Ivanov once again stepped up to help his club, and accepted being manager until the summer break, when a new one will be appointed.
During the summer of ex-player Ilian Iliev was appointed as the new manager of Levski Sofia. Iliev however was fired after a 1—1 away draw against Pirin Gotse Delchev.
Assistant coach Nikolay Mitov took in charge the team until the end of the season. Levski also reached their first Bulgarian Cup final since but lost on penalties against Beroe Stara Zagora.
Despite the missed opportunity of winning a trophy Mitov's contract was renewed for the —14 season. However, the team made another disappointing performance in Europa League , being eliminated by Kazakh side Irtysh Pavlodar.
This resulted the resignation of Nikolay Mitov as manager. Despite losing only 2 matches in 12 games Jokanovic was released in October