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Aleksandar Alekov was born on 25 April, 1985 in Vratsa, Bulgaria. Discover Aleksandar Alekov's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 35 years old?

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Age 36 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 25 April 1985
Birthday 25 April
Birthplace Vratsa, Bulgaria
Nationality Bulgarian

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Aleksandar Alekov Net Worth

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In early 2018 Alekov created the Bulgarian web portal which deals with numerous topics, including promotion of youth sports, health advise and gastronomy.


In 2015 Alekov began working for the football academy of Botev Vratsa as a volunteer and dedicated his time to mentoring the children at the academy, involving them in numerous social initiatives around the city. He introduced English language lessons to the academy, which is considered a first in Bulgarian football and as representative of the Botev Vratsa fan club launched a campaign for raising funds for new sports equipment for all 120 children enrolled in the academy. In June 2016, he revived the children football tournament "The Days Of Botev", which was part of the national celebrations in Bulgaria commemorating 140 years since the death of Hristo Botev. The tournament was organised solely by Alekov with support from the municipality and included teams such as Beroe Stara Zagora, Levski Sofia and CSKA Sofia. Botev Vratsa participated with the team of children born in 2004 and finished in fourth place having defeated Levski 4:3 in the group stage and drawing 1:1 with Beroe. Champions were DIT Academy defeating FC National Sofia in the final by 4:0. The tournament was declared a major success by fans and participants alike.


Alekov is a supporter of Bulgarian football club Botev Vratsa. In 2009 he initiated a change of the club logo and personally created the new one, adopted by the club the same year.


Aleksandar Trifonov Alekov (Bulgarian: Александър Трифонов Алеков ) (born 25 April 1985) is a Bulgarian public figure, a candidate for European Parliament at the 2014 elections, representing People's Voice. He was nominated second on the electoral list of People's Voice after participating in the first public casting held by a political party in Bulgaria. Alekov is a political scientist, holding degrees from Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen and City University London. He specialises in studying manifestations of nationalism and populism in the European Union. During a European elections debate broadcast on the Bulgarian National Television on 9 May 2014, in an outburst he openly expressed his disgust with Bulgarian political figures, accusing them of always fudging important issues.