Club 12 April 2024

Ludogorets invested funds from the transfer of Dominik Yankov in a modern multi-purpose hall

Ludogorets made another huge investment in the development of its children's and youth school. The 12-time champions invested part of the money from...

Ludogorets made another huge investment in the development of its children's and youth school. The 12-time champions invested part of the money from the transfer of Dominik Jankov to Montreal in the construction of a modern multi-purpose hall, which will be available to all teams in the Academy.

The equipment in the hall is of the highest class, and their selection is tailored to the requirements for training, prevention and recovery in the different age groups.

"The hall is modeled after leading top schools in Europe that we have visited. It provides an opportunity for individual and group work in all aspects," commented the director of the State University of Applied Sciences in Ludogorets, Radoslav Komitov.

The football academy of Ludogorets is among the fastest developing in Bulgaria. Its graduate is precisely Dominik Yankov, and other talents such as Ivan Yordanov, Damyan Hristov and Metodiy Stefanov are currently part of the representative team. Dozens of footballers who went through the Academy of the 12-time champions are currently playing in First and Second League teams - Georgi Nikolov (Botev Plovdiv), Dimitar Mitkov (Loko Sofia), Erol Dost, Ventsislav Kerchev, Denislav Alexandrov (Slavia), Daniel Naumov, Nikola Iliev (CSKA 1948), Borislav Rupanov (Levski), Ilker Budinov (Botev Vr), Svetoslav Kovachev (Arda/Akhmat) and others.

The academy also achieved notable successes on the field. The last two seasons, the U15 and U17 teams undisputedly became champions in the elite groups. In the 2022/2023 season, all teams at the Ludogorets school won the zonal and state championships.

Eagles academy has also won the BFS Cup the most, which gives the right to participate in the Youth Champions League.


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1. Ludogorets 79
2. Cherno more 69
3. CSKA-Sofia 67
4. Levski 58
5. Lokomotiv (Plovdiv) 55
6. Krumovgrad 49

 
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