PFC Montana

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PFC Montana () is a Bulgarian football club from the town of Montana, currently playing in the Bulgarian A Professional Football Group, the top division of Bulgarian football.

The football club currently plays its home matches at the Ogosta Stadium, which has a capacity of 8,000 spectators. Montana's colours are blue, white and red. In the recent years, the club was propelled back into professional football with the help of some experienced and talented footballers, including the current captain of English Aston Villa and Bulgarian international Stiliyan Petrov.

PFC Montana was founded on March 20, 1947, when the few amateur sports clubs and organizations in the city decided to merge into one club. The new club was named SC Hristo Mihaylov after the Bulgarian communist party activist Hristo Popmihaylov, who was born in the town.So far, Montana has played a total of 3 seasons in the Bulgarian A PFG and 39 seasons in the Bulgarian B PFG.


Bulgarian A PFG:
* 9th place (1): 1996

West B PFG:
* Champions (1): 2009

Bulgarian Cup:
* Semi-final (1): 1995

Bulgarian League Cup:
* Runners-up: 1996


PFC Montana was founded on March 20, 1947 under the name SC Hristo Mihaylov, after a union of a few sports clubs from the city. From 1957 to 1990 the sports club wears the name of FC Septemvriyska Slava. Since 1990, the club uses the name PFC Montana.Until 2009, Montana has played three seasons in the top flight, between 1994 and 1997. Montana joined the division in 1994,...
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