The Bulgarian Cup Final will be of note this year as Chernomorets Pomorie became only the second non top league club to reach the final. In the semi final Chernomorets defeated fellow League B club Kaliakra Kavarna 3-0 on penalties after the tie finished 1-1 following extra time.
In the other Semi League A team Beroe Stara Zagora, League B Chavdar Etropole 1-0 and will now be strong favourites to win the final and gain a place in next seasons Europa League.
The Final will be played on 5th May at the Lovech Stadium, which only has a capacity of 7,050 probably reflecting the expected low crowd due to the final being contested by smaller clubs.
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