Ludogorets Football Academy

The young and talented players at Ludogorets receive the best training based on modern methods, developed by the methodologists of the club.

Ludogorets Academy’s young players are being trained in every aspect of the game, and they are able to see and experience the latest innovations from Germany, Spain, England, Holland and other countries with traditions. These trends are adapted in a way that makes them sutable with the way football is played in Bulgaria, but only in a way that makes them suitable and effective.

The main goal is tactical improvement, which is the field holding the most possibilities. The methods are designed in a way that allows the young players to fully develop their potential. This means that except training sessions and matches there is a need for individual programs as well, which will increase the players physical and skill levels.

The individual and team analysis is a key element, and the methods are agreed upon by the coach staff of the first team, because they need to be designed according to their style. Another important aspect of the Academy is that Razgrad is a quiet town and there is nothing to distract the young players.

They remain focused in most of the time and their concentration is dedicated to football, which makes it easier to maintain discipline.

  • HJK Helsinki
    Thursday, 6 October 2022, 19:45
    Europe League, Group Stage
    Bolt Arena Stadium, Helsinki
  • Ludogorets
    HJK Helsinki
    Thursday, 13 October 2022, 22:00
    Europe League, Group Stage
    Huvepharma Arena Stadium, Razgrad

League table First league, 12th round
1. CSKA 1948 26
2. CSKA 25
3. Ludogorets 1945 23
4. Lokomotiv (Plovdiv) 22
5. Cherno more (Varna) 22
6. Lokomotiv (Sofia) 21
7. Levski (Sofia) 21
8. Arda (Kardzhali) 20
9. Slavia (Sofia) 18
10. Beroe (St. Zagora) 11
11. Botev (Vratsa) 10
12. Botev (Plovdiv) 10
13. Septemvri (Sofia) 9
14. Hebar (Pazardzhik) 7
15. Pirin (Blagoevgrad) 7
16. Spartak (Varna) 5

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