CDNA Sofia Regular T-Shirt
An important club in the development of the modern day Bulgarian club CSKA Sofia. On 9 November 1944, with the support of Mihail Mihaylov, an accountant at the Ministry of War and a patron of Shipka Sofia, a unifying agreement was signed merging AS-23, Shipka, and Spartak (Poduene) to form Chavdar Sofi
After a couple more reincarnations the club was renamed to CDNA ('Central House of the People's Army), and the years between 1954 and 1962 marked one of the most successful periods for the them, winning nine consecutive titles (an unprecedented achievement in Bulgarian football to this day) and, in 1956, took part in the second instalment of the newly created European Cup competition.
In 1962, CDNA was united with DSO Cherveno Zname to form CSKA Cherveno Zname. There were many twists and turns to come in the evolution of the modern-day CSKA Sofia but the CDNA years remain one of their most successful period
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