Academy


Ludogorets'football academy

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The children's and adolescent school of Ludogorets has existed in its form since 2013. Even for this short period, the Academy of Champions has developed at a rapid pace, achieved impressive successes and is already the most prosperous in the country.

The Eagles academy quickly established itself as a brand, a symbol of combinative, attacking, attractive and effective football. It relies heavily on the high professionalism of the coaches, who are the best in Bulgaria. The Academy provides European conditions for training and development of young talents. Here, the secrets of the football game are mastered by 200 talents from all over the country.

From the 2020/2021 season, the Academy supports a third team - Ludogorets III, which competes in the Northeast Third League. The school has nine formations in the different competitive age groups from U 13 to U 19 and four preparatory groups for children born from 2009 to 2013. In just seven years its youth teams have climbed to the top nine winning 10 national championships and 6 BFS cups. Ludogorets Academy is the school that most often won promotion for participation in the youth championship league. The talents also made two appearances in the IHL group stage in 2014 and 2016.

However, the best is yet to come.

Why should Bulgaria's talents choose the academy of Ludogorets?





HALL OF FAME


REPUBLICAN CHAMPIONS

Season 2013 - 2014 / U17, (born in 1997), coach Atanas Dimov

Season 2014 - 2015 / U15 (born in 2000), coach Radoslav Komitov

Season 2014 - 2015 / U21, треньор Veselin Branimirov

Season 2015 – 2016 / U17, (born in 1999), coach Yuri Vasev

Season 2016 – 2017 / U17, (born 2000 г.), cach Radoslav Komitov

Season 2017 – 2018 / U19, (born in 2000-01), coach Yuri Vasev

Season 2020 - 2021 / U19 (born in 2002-03) coch Zahari Sirakov

Season 2021 - 2022 / U15 (born in 2007) coach Dimcho Nenov

Season 2021 - 2022 / U17 (born in 200) coach Emil Georgiev

Season 2022 - 2023 / U15 (born in 2008) coch Rosen Marinov

Season 2022 - 2023 / U17 (born in 2006) coach Emilyn Petrov

BFS CUP

Season 2016 – 2017 / U18, (born in 1999), coach Yuri Vasev

Season 2016 – 2017 / U14, (born in 2003), coach Todor Zhivondov

Season 2018 – 2019 / U18, (born in 2001), coach Todor Zhivondov

Season 2018 – 2019 / U16 (born in 2003), coach Ivo Gradev

Season 2019 – 2020 / U18 (born in 2002), coach Stefan Slavov

Season 2022 - 2023 / U18 (born in 2005-06) coch Zahari Sirakov


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Ludogorets U17 Campions

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Sumemr training camp Aurubis

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Ceremony for the U21 canpionship

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Ludogorets U17 champion
Upcoming
  • Ludogorets
    Hebar
    Wednesday, 24 April 2024, 18:45
    Cup of Bulgaria, 1/2 final
    Huvepharma Arena Stadium, Razgrad

League table Parva liga, 30th round
1. Ludogorets 75
2. CSKA-Sofia 63
3. Cherno more 62
4. Lokomotiv (Plovdiv) 55
5. Levski 54
6. Krumovgrad 44
7. Botev (Plovdiv) 44
8. CSKA 1948 43
9. Arda 39
10. Slavia 33
11. Beroe 33
12. Pirin (Blagoevgrad) 30
13. Hebar 30
14. Lokomotiv (Sofia) 28
15. Botev (Vratsa) 22
16. Etar (Veliko Tarnovo) 14


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