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President Rumen Radev: Bulgaria Mustn't Be Generalised as a Racist State

We must not allow а generalisation of Bulgaria as a racist state, President Rumen Radev told reporters, referring to the allegations of racism directed at the state, following the football game between the national teams of Bulgaria and England, Focus News Agency reported.

Bulgaria Faces a Serious Penalty by UEFA

The Bulgarian government on October 15 demanded the resignation of the President of the Bulgarian Football Union Borislav Mihailov. This happened hours after the Bulgaria-England football match, which was halted twice because of racist chantings at Vasil Levski Stadium last night. The Bulgarian national team lost 0:6.

Bulgaria Demands Football Boss Resign over Racist Abuse

Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borissov on Tuesday ordered the Ministry of Sport to cut all ties with the Bulgarian Football Union, including state funding, until the president of the national football association, Borislav Mihaylov, resigns.

Slovenia win another EuroVolley silver as they lose to Serbia

After making an improbable run in the home arena in Ljubljana, beating the European champions Russia and world champions Poland in the process, Slovenia had to concede to Serbia even though they won the first set.

Bulgaria Will Participate in the first UEFA eEURO 2020

Bulgaria has declared participation for the first ever e-European Championship - UEFA eEURO 2020. Thus, native fans will have the opportunity to represent their country at the finals of the gaming tournament and try their luck at UEFA eEURO 2020.

Lucky Greece made every single point count

The men's national volleyball team secured the most unlikely of qualifications to the knockout stages of the European Championship on Wednesday, earning the ticket to the last 16 of the tournament having conceded just one point less than Portugal in a story that seemed taken straight out of a Jules Verne book.

EU Volleyball Tournament: Bulgaria Triumphs over Portugal

Bulgaria's men's national team made it difficult for themselves but recorded a third victory at the European Volleyball Championship. Silvano Prandy's team settled for 3-1 (25:23, 28:30, 25:23, 25:22) against Portugal in their third match of the tournament.

Bulgarian FA Incensed by Southgate's Racism Claims

The Bulgarian Football Union (BFU) has hit back at Gareth Southgate after England's manager said his squad will need to "prepare" for racial abuse when they travel to Sofia in October.

England beat Bulgaria 4-0 on Saturday at Wembley, and play the return fixture on October 14.

NATO-supported Marathon in Bulgaria Draws Record Number of Participants

Celebrating the 15th anniversary of Bulgaria's accession to NATO and the Alliance's 70th anniversary, the traditional Ekiden relay marathon took place in central Sofia on Friday (6 September 2019). The popular annual event saw a record number of participants this year - 606 runners, organized in 101 teams.