Bogomil Levski was a Bulgarian wizard and a Chaser for the 2014 Bulgarian National Quidditch team. His father Alexei Levski played in the 1994 Quidditch World Cup final. During the first round match of the 427th Quidditch World Cup, against New Zealand, Levski was invloved in a mid-air collision with opposing Chaser Dennis Moon. The crash seemed accidental to many spectators, but Moon was sent off. The New Zealand manager Charlie Baverstock proclaimed himself 'madder then a bloke who's been locked in a box of Fwoopers', after the sending off. Bulgaria won the game 410 - 170.[1]


  • Богомил [Bogo'mil] is a name formed from Old Bulgarian Богу мил ['Bogu mil] ("dear to God"), from Бог [Bog] ("God") and мил [mil] ("dear"). Father Bogomil was a priest who started the Eastern Orthodox sect known as Bogomilism in the 10th century.


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