1990–91 Nemzeti Bajnokság I
Statistics of Nemzeti Bajnokság I in the 1990/1991 season.
It was contested by 16 teams, and Budapest Honvéd FC won the championship. Honvéd's title came as a surprise as they were forced to play the relegation tiebreaker, beating Kazincbarcika 3-2 on aggregate in the previous season. The arrival of newly appointed coach Mezey György, who had been head coach of the Hungarian national team, proved to be a good effect on the club's performance. The method of awarding the winner of a match 3 points was abolished; this time 2 points were given. Szeged and Bp. Volán won promotion while Debrecen maintained their first division status winning 2-1 on aggregate over Dunaújváros in the relegation tiebreaker.
|1||Budapest Honvéd FC||30||19||7||4||50||20||45|
|10||MTK Hungária FC||30||10||6||14||38||39||26|
|11||Győri ETO FC||30||8||10||12||35||41||26|
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