A joint team of Levski PFC veterans beat the stellar amateur team in a One World Tournament
match played for the Cup of His Excellency Stamatopulos, Ambassador of Greece in Bulgaria.
The Levski blue legends were represented by Bulgarian champions, Bulgarian cup winners and
world cup players: Daniel Borimirov, Sasho Nachev, Ruslan Vutsov, Angel Stankov, Stefan Vasilev, Veselin Veselinov,
Stefan Pavlov and senior selector - Sasho Manolov.
The stellar amateur team was made up of the best players from Penkov, Markov & Partners, who won
first place in the tournament and hold the Cup, followed by DHL Express - Bulgaria (2nd place), Bul Ins (3rd place),
Alpha Bank (4th place), Bulstrad (5th place) and MetLife (6th place).
The derby match went to penalties and was won by the Levski veterans - 3:2.
The sporting forum was honoured by the presence of Mr. Stefanos Spyrou, Head of Press Office of
the Greek Embassy in Sofia, who congratulated the participating teams and presented medals and cups to the tournament winners.
The three-day tournament was played in the newly-opened Academic Sport's Complex under the
watchful arbitration of referee Boiko Valkov and Tsveti Bozhidarova, director of the sport's forum. The health and safety of the
competitors was supervised by Dr. Iordan Genovski from the Emergency Aid department supported by its director, Dr. Georgi Gelev,
a good friend of our media company.
The One World football tournaments have a thirteen-year history. Their basic idea is to popularise indoor
football amongst diplomatic representatives and commercial companies.
The prize fund was provided by 7 Days and Nike and the best teams in the tournament were presented with
Maxim for Champions balls. The ball was designed for Seria A, the Spanish Primera division and the English Premier League,
and its new design and technical characteristics provide an exceptional rebound, reflexivity and stable flight for accurate passing and shooting.