|4||Slavia Sofia||32||49||14||7||11||36||29||+7 2|
|5||Lok. Plovdiv||32||49||15||4||13||40||45||-5 1|
|6||Cherno More||32||38||10||8||14||36||45||-9 1|
|7||Botev Plovdiv||32||33||8||9||15||27||44||-17 1|
|8||Pirin Blagoevgrad||32||26||5||11||16||27||45||-18 1|
The Bulgarian A Football Group (Bulgarian: "А" Футболна Група), commonly known as A Group (Bulgarian: А Група), is a Bulgarian professional league for association football clubs and is the top division of the Bulgarian football league system. A Group determines the champion of Bulgaria and operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the second tier of the Bulgarian football league pyramid – B Group.
It is contested by fourteen teams and the competition is formed by a regular season and playoffs. Seasons run from late July to May in the following year with a winter break, which usually lasts two months. Each team must play at least two times against every other team on a home-away basis. Most games are played on Saturdays and Sundays, with some played during weekday evenings, mainly on Friday and Monday.
The Bulgarian football championship was inaugurated in 1924 as BSFC and it has been playing as a league format since 1948 when the present A Group was created. It is administered by the Bulgarian Professional Football League and the Bulgarian Football Union. The champion of A Group has the right to take part in the UEFA Champions League from the stage allowed by the league's coefficient. The two UEFA Europa League spots for the league are for the second and third teams in the final standings. The last four teams are directly relegated to B Group. All teams qualify for the domestic cup – the Bulgarian Cup. In every season, the teams in A Group start participating in the competition from Round 2 (Round of 32) in the middle of November.
A total of 66 clubs have competed in A Group. In the last couple of seasons, many teams such as the current champions Ludogorets made their debuts in the league. In the 2013–14 season, PFC Lyubimets became the last 66th club in that table. Since 1948, eleven teams have been crowned champions of Bulgaria. The three most successful clubs are CSKA Sofia (31 championships), Levski Sofia (26 championships) and Slavia Sofia (7 championships). The current champions are Ludogorets Razgrad, who won their 4th consecutive championship title in their 4th A Group season.