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The competition has been dominated by Sofia-based teams. The Sofia teams have won together a total number of 70 titles.
The first football championship of Bulgaria started in in a knockout format. An attempt to form a league as the top division of the Bulgarian football league system was made in —, when the National Football Division was created.
There were 10 teams, each playing twice against all the others, once home and once away. The team that finished first in the table became champions.
The first season of the A Republican Football Group started in the autumn of In the autumn of , qualification tournaments were played to determine the teams that would play in the next season.
In the next two seasons the number of teams in the league was increased to 12, and for the season there were 15 teams the 16th team was the Bulgarian National Football Team.
In seasons and there were 14 teams in the league, and in seasons and there were In , the championship was again stopped after the spring half-season, as had happened in New re-organizations were accepted and the league was again going to be played in the autumn-spring format.
Despite the fact that the teams had played just 1 match, CDNA was crowned as the champion of Bulgaria. The frequent changes in the number of teams in A Group continued in the s.
There were new reforms at the end of the s. There were many mergers between Bulgarian clubs. Mergers happened between other Bulgarian clubs too.
The Bulgarian Football Union decided to make reforms. The Premier Professional Football League, created in the autumn of , had 14 teams participating in it.
Levski Sofia became champions in the first season of the Premier League. The championship was divided into two phases. In the first phase the teams played a regular season, each team playing twice against all the others, once home and once away.
The second phase was a play-off phase. The group was formed by 16 teams, each playing twice against all the others, once home and once away.
In the first season of the newly created A Group, the —04 season, for the first time in history, Lokomotiv Plovdiv became champions, finishing with 75 points.
For the next two seasons, Levski Sofia were champions under manager Stanimir Stoilov. From —06 the league's name has been A Football Group. Later on, two years in a row Litex Lovech won another two titles like in —98 and — In —12 , after winning promotion from B Group , Ludogorets Razgrad became the second team after Litex to win the A Group in their first season.
The Bulgarian Football Union made some changes in the format of A Group prior to season —15 with the reduction of the number of the teams participating in the top league from 16 to On 7 June the league's name was changed to First Professional Football League , following approval of new licencing criteria for the clubs.
Starting from the season, a new league format was approved by the Bulgarian Football Union , in an attempt to improve each participating club's competitiveness, match attendance and performance in the league.
It involves 14 teams playing in two phases, a regular season and playoffs. The first phase includes each club competing against every other team twice in a double round-robin system, on a home-away basis at a total of 26 games per team and played in 26 fixtures.
Seven matches are played in every fixture at a total of games played during the first phase. In the second phase, the top six teams form a European qualifying table, while the bottom eight teams participate in a relegation group.
The winner of the top group is declared as Champions of Bulgaria and is awarded with the title. The six top teams compete against each other on a home-away basis.
Three matches are played in every fixture of the top six, with the results and points after the regular season also included.
At the end of the stage, every team will have played a total of 36 games. The winner of the group is declared as Champions of Bulgaria and automatically secures participation in the UEFA Champions League second qualifying round.
The third team in the final standings would participate in a play-off match against a representative team from the bottom eight.
Depending on the winner of the Bulgarian Cup final, a possible fourth team from the first six may compete in a play-off match for an UEFA Europa League spot instead of the third ranked team.
Note: If the Bulgarian Cup winner has secured its qualification for the European tournaments for the next season through results from Parva Liga, then the place in the UEFA Europa League play-off is awarded to the fourth ranked team in the final standings.
The teams in the bottom eight are split in two sub-groups of four teams, Group A and Group B, depending on their final position after the regular season standings.
The teams that enter Group A are the 7th, 10th, 11th and the 14th, and the teams that participate in Group B are the 8th, 9th, 12th and the 13th.
Every participant plays twice against the other three teams in their group on a home-away basis. The teams from the bottom eight also compete with the results from the regular season.
After the group stages, every team will have played a total number of 32 games. Depending on their final position in Group A and Group B, two sections will be formed, one for a play-off spot in next season's European competitions and one to avoid relegation.
The first two teams from each group continue in the semi-finals, and the last two teams of each group continue to the semi-finals for a relegation match.
After this phase, one team is directly relegated to the Second League and the remaining two teams will compete in two relegation matches against the second and the third ranked clubs from the Second League.
In case of a tie on points between two or more clubs, tiebreakers are applied in the following order: . The following clubs are competing in the Prva profesionalna Liga during the —20 season.
The all-time Parva liga table  is an overall record of all match results, points and goals for each team that has participated in Parva liga since its inception in The table also shows every team's number of top three finishes,  their best classification and current spell in Parva liga, or the season they were last part of the championship.
The table is accurate as of the end of the —20 season. The Plovdiv derby is contested between Botev and Lokomotiv.
BNT had the first pick for each fixture and broadcast the most interesting match for the weekend. For seasons and , PRO. BG formerly as Ring TV bought the rights to broadcast the full pack of six matches from each fixture.
BG, the channel was re-branded to bTV Action and got on broadcasting only on cable networks. The new owners didn't want to fully pay to every club in the league, because of the unmet stadium requirements for journalists and cameramen places at some stadiums.
The clubs weren't happy and they threatened to ban cameras at their matches. The league matches in this period were also broadcast in Romania.
During the —09 season, the Romanian sports channel Sport. Before the start of the spring half-season the rights were bought by TV7 and News7 , who had rights for the first, third and fourth pick, and BNT 1 along with the international channel BNT World broadcasting the second pick of a match.
In however due to financial problems, TV7 opted-out of its league contract for the championship and the rights were transferred to Nova Broadcasting Group.
The next seasons will also be broadcast on the Nova Broadcasting Group channels Diema, Diema Sport and Diema Sport 2 , part of the Diema Extra paid pack, as their contract with the league was additionally extended.
In early , for a short period of time the naming rights of A Group were bought from the news television network News7 , eventually renaming the competition's name to NEWS7 Football Championship.
On 11 July , the Bulgarian Football Union announced that the football division's name had been changed to efbet League , following a two-year sponsorship deal with a betting company of the same name.
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Champions Players foreign. Levski Doepnitsa. Pobeda 26 Pleven. Vidima-Rakovski Sevlievo. Sporklub Plovdiv. Vichren Sandanski.
FK 13 Sofia. Slavia Plovdiv. Akademik Svistov. Maritsa Plovdiv. Hebar Pazardzjik. Rilski Sportist Samokov.
ZhSK-Slavia Sofia. Zavod 12 Sofia. Sjipka Sofia. Torpedo Pleven. Slava Yambol. Botev Yambol. Makedonija Skopje. Hebar Pazardzijk. Lokomotiv Roese.
Metalloerg Pernik. VVS Sofia. FK Dimitrovgrad. Cherveno zname Sofia. Rakovski Roese. Rozova Dolina Kazanlak. Torpedo Roese. ZhSK Roese. ZhSK Skopje. Levski Pleven.
Atletik Doepnitsa. ZhSK Stara Zagora. Tzar Krum Biala Slatina. Makedonia Bitola. Han Koebrat Popovo. Lokomotiv Stara Zagora.
Parchevich Plovdiv. SP 39 Pleven. Botev Gorna Djumaia. Sportist Sofia. Pirin Gotse Deltsjev. Borislav Borisovgrad.
Angel Kanchev Trjavna. Tsarsko Selo Sofia. ZSK-Levski Plovdiv. Tsjernomorets Boergas Sofia. Neftochimic Burgas PFC Neftochimic Boergas. Botev Mihaylovgrad.
YuBS 45 Mihaylovgrad. Olimpik Galata. Pobeda Varna. Levski Gorna Orjahovitsa. Akademik Varna. Olimpik-Beroe Stara Zagora.
Botev Stara Zagora. Levski Lom. Stroitel Sofia.