Egri FC

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Egri FC
Egri FC cimer.png
Full name Egri Futball Club
Founded 1907
Ground Szentmarjay Tibor Városi Stadion, Eger
Ground Capacity 6,000
Chairman Miklós Vancsa
Manager Csaba Vojtekovszki
League Nemzeti Bajnokság III (Eastern group)
2012–13 NB I, 16th (relegated)
Website Club home page

Egri FC is a Hungarian football club, based in Eger. The club's colours are red and blue. They played five times in the first league, however there were two years in the recent past (2003–05) when the city of Eger had no adult football team. The team was refounded in 2005 and they played in lower divisions.

In 2011, the club won the Nemzeti Bajnokság III, so in the 2011-12 season they play in the second league. In 2011-2012 Eger won the Nemzeti Bajnokság II so they promoted to the first league.

Current squad[edit]

As of 31 August 2013.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Hungary GK Dániel Illyés
Hungary MF Márton Czéh
Serbia DF Damir Topcagic
Hungary DF Máté Varga
Hungary DF Roland Szabó
Hungary MF Bertalan Haburcsák
Serbia FW Bojan Milovanovic
Serbia FW Djordje Milic
Hungary MF Tamás Molnár
Hungary MF Tamás Nagy
Romania MF Remus Borlean
No. Position Player
Hungary MF Zoltán Háda
Hungary FW Nándor Mikó
Romania MF Petru-Bogdan Palcu
Hungary GK Bence Bozsik
Hungary MF Zsombor Varga
Hungary MF Márton Szabó
Hungary MF János Zováth
Hungary MF Ádám Fenyvesi
Hungary GK Róbert Molnár
Hungary MF Zoltán Kiss
Hungary FW Alex Dér

Managers[edit]

  • Hungary Antal Simon (June 2011–Feb 13)
  • Hungary Ferenc Mészáros (March 2013–May 13)
  • Hungary Csaba Vojtekovszki (May 2013–)

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