Professional football club Ludogorets Razgrad , commonly known as Ludogorets Razgrad, or simply as Ludogorets, is a Bulgarian football club based in Razgrad, that competes in the Parva Liga, the top division of the Bulgarian football league system. In their first season in A Group, Ludogorets became only the third Bulgarian team, after CSKA Sofia and Levski Sofia, to achieve a treble by winning the league, the Bulgarian Cup and the Bulgarian Supercup. Subsequently, the club also made a significant international impact in the 2013–14 UEFA Europa League, where it reached the round of 16. Ludogorets are the second Bulgarian team (after Levski Sofia) to reach the group stage of the Champions League, a feat which they achieved in the following 2014–15 season. During that same season they became the first Bulgarian team to score points in the modern Champions League group stages when they defeated FC Basel 1–0 in Sofia. The club's name comes from the name of the region in which Razgrad is located – the Ludogorie region (meaning "region of wild forests") of north-eastern Bulgaria. The club is nicknamed "The Eagles", and in 2014 it was presented with a live eagle by Europa League opponents Lazio; the mascot was named Fortuna. The club's home colors are green and white. Ludogorets' home base is the Ludogorets Arena in Razgrad, a stadium with a capacity of 8,808 seats and electric floodlights with plans to expand to 12,500 seats in the near future.