Football fans of various clubs in the country, including CSKA and Levski, united in an unprecedented way and protested against Borislav Mihailov’s 18-year rule in BFS. At the same time, the national team of Bulgaria has a European qualification against Hungary behind closed doors at the Vasil Levski stadium at 19:00. The police in Sofia took unprecedented measures to prevent supporters from entering the sports facility, which remained empty.
Protesters sing the national anthem and demand resignation.
CSKA fans blocked a key intersection near the stadium – Orlov Most.
Football fans began to gather around the Vasil Levski National Stadium for the upcoming protest against the BFS management.
All approaches to “Evlogi Georgiev” – from “Dragan Tsankov” and from “Orlov Most” are blocked by the police. All fans will be gathered in the zone by the Ministry of Sports (“Vasil Levski” Blvd.) on “Gurko” Street, shortly before “Evlogi Georgiev”.
The uniformed have formed a perimeter around the National Stadium from the Orlov Bridge, near the monument to the Soviet Army and in the Boris Garden in front of the CSKA “Bulgarian Army” stadium and around the public transport stop at the corner of “Dragan Tsankov” and “Evlogi Georgiev” boulevards.