Lokomotiv Sofia

Lokomotiv Sofia

PFC Lokomotiv Sofia (Bulgarian: ПФК Локомотив София) is a Bulgarian football club from the capital city of Sofia, which currently competes in Bulgaria's top football league, the A PFG. It was founded on September 2, 1929 by a group of railway workers under the name Railway Sports Club (or simply RSC). The club's home ground is the Lokomotiv Stadium in Sofia, which has a capacity of 22,000 spectators. To date, Lokomotiv has won the Bulgarian championship four times and the Bulgarian Cup on four occasions.

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