Club 28 December 2023

Ludogorets in Bulgaria in 2023

The past year 2023 was more than successful for Ludogorets on the domestic scene. In the summer, the 12th title was won, which came complete with the...

The past year 2023 was more than successful for Ludogorets on the domestic scene. In the summer, the 12th title was won, which came complete with the Cup of Bulgaria. The national trophy became the possession of the Eagles after a 3:1 win over CSKA 1948 in the Vasil Levski final. This was the third double in the history of Ludogorets and the second for the then coach Ivaylo Petev.

In 2023 Ludogorets defeated its direct title rival CSKA-Sofia twice at its stadium with the match in the spring being decisive in the battle for gold.

In addition to the trophies, Ludogorets made two outgoing transfers of two of its leading players - the scorer Igor Thiago was sold to the Belgian Bruges, and Kiril Despodov went to Thessaloniki to strengthen PAOK.

League record: 36 games, 26 wins, 6 draws, 4 losses, goal difference 83-27

Points won by Ludogorets in championship matches in 2023 were 77.78% of all possible

Spas Delev and Yakub Piotrowski played the most championship matches for Ludogorets in 2023 - 33 each

Aslack Von Witry played the most league minutes on the year - 2,414

Claude Gonsalves received the most yellow cards during the year - 9

Igor Thiago scored the most championship goals in the calendar year – 12. Kiril Despodov is second with one less.

Kiril Despodov gave the most assists – 13

The most in the championship in 2023 were the wins with 1:0 - 7 or 19.44% of all the results of the team.

In the championship, 4 wins were achieved with 5:0 each in 2023 - two over Botev Vr (one each as host and guest) and one each over Etar and Beroe.


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League table Parva liga, 37th round
1. Ludogorets 82
2. Cherno more 75
3. CSKA-Sofia 67
4. Levski 64
5. Lokomotiv (Plovdiv) 58
6. Krumovgrad 49

 
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