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1938 Tsar's Cup
Царска купа
Country Bulgaria
ChampionsFC 13 Sofia
(1st cup)
Runners-upLevski Ruse
Top goal scorer(s)Krum Stoichkov (FC 13)
(5 goals)
1939

The 1938 Bulgarian Cup (in this period the tournament was named Tsar's Cup) was the first cup competition, which took place in parallel to the national championship. The cup was won by FC 13 Sofia after their opponents Levski Ruse left the field during the final at the Yunak Stadium in Sofia.

Last of 16

4 September 1938

Team 1  Score  Team 2
FC 13 Sofia 3–0 (w/o) FC Lom
Tsar Krum Byala Slatina 0–3 (w/o) Levski Pleven
Sportklub Tryavna 3–1 Svetoslav Stara Zagora
Levski Dupnitsa 3–1 Pirin XI
Levski Ruse 7–5 Hadzhislavchev Pavlikeni
Pobeda Varna 4–0 Nikola Simov Targovishte
Georgi Drazhev Yambol 0–4 Levski Burgas
Sportklub Plovdiv 5–0 Bulgaria Haskovo

Quarter-finals

11 September 1938

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Pobeda Varna 2–3 Levski Pleven
Levski Burgas 3–0 Sportklub Tryavna
Levski Dupnitsa 0–1 FC 13 Sofia
Sportklub Plovdiv 1–2 Levski Ruse

Semi-finals

18 September 1938

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Levski Ruse 6–3 Levski Burgas
Levski Pleven 1–7 FC 13 Sofia

Final

Main article: 1938 Bulgarian Cup Final

Details

FC 13 Sofia3−0 (w/o)Levski Ruse
Asparuhov Goal 16'
Tabakov Goal 31'
Stoichkov Goal 80'
In 80th minute the match was canceled by Levski's players at 3−1 for FC 13 as a protest against refereeing Toporov Goal 8'
Yunak Stadium, Sofia
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Vasil Kavaldzhiev (Pleven)
FC 13
Levski