Hall of Fame
Eduard Eranosyan (08.02.1961, Plovdiv) appeared in 305 games for Lokomotiv and scored 140 goals. His international career went through FC Apollon (Kalamarias, Greece) and the Portuguese FC Vitoria Setubal, FC Leixões (Matosinos) and Boavista (Porto). As a player he won the Soviet Army Cup with PFC Lokomotiv Plovdiv in 1983 and an year later he became top goalscorer of the league with 19 games. Eranosyan appeared in 10 matches for the Bulgaria men's national team and respectively in 44 matches for the national youth squads (11 goals scored). As coach Eduard Eranosyan wrote his name with golden letters in Lokomotiv’s history by winning the Championship title and the Bulgarian Supercup in the 2003/04 campaign - unforgettable moments for the black-and-white family.