The young champions of Ludogorets received their gold medals and lifted the winners' cups in the elite youth groups U15 and U17. This happened before the match between the Champions and Levski (Sofia). At the already established as a traditional ceremony, the club also awarded the best performers in the 2022/2023 season from the club's Academy. The U18 team, which won the BFS Cup and won the privilege of representing Bulgaria in the Youth Champions League, received a well-deserved ovation from the "Green" fans. The audience also applauded the U13, U14 and U16 formations, who became champions in the championships of the Varna zone.
National player Plamen Penev from the 2008 selection was chosen as the best goalkeeper. The award was presented by the executive director of PFC Ludogorets, Angel Petrichev.
Simeon Shishkov, born in 2006, was declared the best defender. The award was presented by the legendary defender of the Eagles and current technical director of the club, Cosmin Moti.
The award for the best midfielder went to the national player Kaloyan Bozhkov, from the 2006 team. He received it from the sports director of Ludogorets Georgi Karamandzukov.
Konstantin Dimitrov, a national player born in 2006, was chosen as the best striker. The award was presented to him by the chairman of the board of directors of the club, Temenuga Gazdova.
Dimitar Mrankov, born in 2008, from U15, a national competitor, and Kristian Nikolov, also born in 2006, were awarded as the best goal scorers. The prize was given to Mrankov by the director of the Ludogorets Academy Radoslav Komitov, and to Nikolov by Bernard Tekpetey, a football player from the representative team.
Elisey Sarov, a national player from the 2008 selection, was chosen as the most valuable player. He received his award from the president of the club, Alexander Alexandrov.
The award for the most promising competitor went to Yastiyan Georgiev from the 2009 recruitment, national team. It was handed to him by the chief scout of the Academy, Valentin Stanchev.