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Győr
Gyori ETO FC logo.png
Full name Győri Egyetértés Torna Osztály Football Club
Founded 1904
Ground ETO Park, Győr
Ground Capacity 16,000
Chairman Hungary Csaba Tarsoly
Manager Hungary Vasile Miriuță
League OTP Bank Liga
2013-14 2nd
Website Club home page
Current season

Győri ETO FC (Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈɟøːri ˈeto]), Győri Egyetértés Torna Osztály Football Club (literally: Concordance Gymnastics Department of Győr) or just Győr, is a football club from the city of Győr in Hungary. They are best known for reaching the semi-finals of the European Cup 1964-65. The club has won the Hungarian League four times. In 1904 the club was founded as Győri Vagongyár ETO and has undergone many name changes since. The colours of the club are green and white.

History[edit]

Early years[edit]

Rudolf Jeny managing Győr in the 1955 season of the Hungarian League

Győr first reached the Hungarian First Division in 1937, however their stay was brief. They were relegated straight back to the second division after finishing in 13th out of 14 teams in the 1937-38 season. In 1946 the club again reached the first division and this time they played 10 consecutive seasons in the top flight, until in 1955 they were relegated again. They again spent one season in the first league in 1958, but their next comeback in 1960 was permanent. They have never been relegated since.

1960s and the semi-finals of the European Cup (1964-65)[edit]

Nándor Hidegkuti won the 1963 season with the club

In 1963 Győri ETO FC won the Hungarian National Championship I title for the first time. As a consequence, the team could enter the European Cup 1964-65 season. On 2 September 1964 Győr beat Chemie Leipzig 2-0 in Leipzig. In the second leg Győr won 4-2 and entered the first round of the qualification.[1] In the first round Győr played their first match at home against Lokomotiv Sofia and they won the first leg by 5-3. In Sofia they lost to 4-3 but won on aggregate 8-7.[2] In the quarter finals Győr played the Dutch Door Wilskracht Sterk. The first leg was played in Amsterdam at the Olympisch Stadion and the final result was 1-1. In the second leg at home Győr won the match 1-0, and therefore won 2-1 on aggregate.[3] In the semi-finals Győr faced the Portuguese giant club Benfica and lost their first match 1-0 at home at the Népstadion (now Puskás Ferenc Stadium). In the second leg Benfica won 4-0 at the Estádio da Luz which resulted in the departure of Győr from the European Cup.[4]

In 1965 Győr won the Hungarian Cup for the first time by beating Diósgyőri VTK 4-0 in the final held at the Népstadion therefore Győr could enter the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1966-67 season. In the first round Győr lost 1-0 (Chiarugi) to ACF Fiorentina in Florence[5] but in the second leg they could beat the Italian club by 4-2 (Stolcz 2, Varsányi, Orbán) therefore they could advance on aggregate .[6] In the first leg of the second round Győr beat SC Braga 3-0 at home.[7] Although they lost 2-0 away, they could qualify for the quarter finals of the Cup Winners' Cup.[8] In the quarter-finals Győr won their first match 2-1 against the Belgian Standard Liège at home[9] but they lost the second leg of the tie 2-0 which resulted the elimination of the club from the cup.[10]

In 1966 Győr could keep the trophy of the Hungarian Cup by beating Ferencvárosi TC in a two-legged tie. The first match ended in a 1-1 draw, while Győr could win away by 3-2 obtaining their second cup title in a row. In the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1967-68 Győr beat the Cypriot Apollon Limassol 5-0 at home,[11] while 4-0 away.[12] In the second round Győr faced with the Italian giant club AC Milan. On 22 November 1967, at home both Győrfi and Sormani scored two goals ending the match in a 2-2 draw.[13] In the second leg, on 7 December 1967, at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza Szaló scored in the 6th minute which was equalized by Prati in the 22nd minute which resulted a 1-1 draw eliminating Győr from the cup without a lost match against AC Milan.[14]

In 1967 Győr could triple their Hungarian Cup titles by beating Salgótarjáni BTC 1-0 in the final at the Népstadion in front of 3,000 spectators. In the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1968-69 Győr would have entered the first round of the tournament but due to the Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia the club were forced to withdraw their participation.[15][16]

1970s[edit]

In 1979 Győr won the Hungarian Cup for the fourth time by beating Ferencvárosi TC 1-0 at the Népstadion in front of 10,000 spectators. In the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1979-80 Győr faced the Italian giant club, Juventus F.C.. On 19 September 1979, Juventus beat Győr 2-0 in Turin. Pozsgai's own goal in the 64th minute was followed by Cabrini's goal in the 73rd minute at the Stadio Olimpico di Torino[17] In the second leg of the tie, on 3 October 1979, Győr was leading by 2-0 (Furino's scored an own goal in the 4th minute and Póczik in the 23rd) but in the second half Causio scored in the 52nd minute ending the match in 2-1 victory over Juventus which was not enough to advance in the cup.[18]

1980s[edit]

Imre Gellei managing Győr in 1986
The longest serving and most successful maganer, József Verebes a.k.a. "The magician" won the Hungarian League twice 1982 and 1983 with Győr

Győr reached their zenith in the early 1980s winning the 1981-82 and the 1982-83 season of the Hungarian League. Péter Hannich and Lázár Szentes scored 43 goals together out of the 102 goals during the 1981-82 season. The József Verebes led team gained 49 points applying the Dutch style of playing football. The following season Győr won the championship only in the last round gaining 44 points while Ferencváros came second with 43 points. In the 1982-83 season Győr scored 20 goals less than the previous season which was due to Lázár Szentes injuries while Péter Hannich scored 20 goals becoming the second top goal scorer in the season. Since the team won the 1981-82 season they entered the European Cup 1982-83. In the first leg of the first round of the tournament on 15 September 1982, Standard Liège hosted Győr at the Stade Maurice Dufrasne in Liège. The Belgian club beat Győr by 5-0.[19] In the second leg, on 29 September 1982, Győr beat 3-0 Standard Liege at home but it was not sufficient to qualify for the next round.[20]

In the European Cup 1983-84 Győr beat the Icelandic Víkingur in the first leg of the first round. Győr won the first leg 2-1 with the goals of Magyar and Burcsa.[21] They won also in Iceland by 2-0 with the goals of Magyar and Szentes.[22] In the second round Győr had to face a much more difficult opponent the Soviet Dinamo Minsk. The first match was played in Győr and the Soviet club won it by 6-3.[23] In the away match Dinamo won 3-1 and eliminated the Hungarian club from the European cup.[24]

In the 1983-84 season of the national league Győr finished runners-up in the Hungarian League therefore they qualified for the 1984-85 UEFA Cup. On 19 September 1984, Győr played with Manchester United F.C. at the Old Trafford Stadium and the final result was 3-0 to the English side.[25] At home Győr drew with Manchester which resulted their farewell from the international cup.[26]

In the 1984-85 season of the Hungarian League Győr came second after Budapest Honvéd. On international level Győr entered 1985-86 UEFA Cup. On 18 September 1985, Győr hosted the Czech FC Bohemians 1905 and beat 3-1. On 2 October 1985, the final result was 3-1 to the Prague team.[27] In the extra time the Czech team scored another goal and qualified for the next round.[28]

In the 1985-86 season of the Hungarian League the club finished third therefore they could enter the 1986-87 UEFA Cup. On 17 September 1986, Győr was hosted by Dinamo Minsk and Győr could win 4-2 away.[29] On 1 October 1986, Győr lost 1-0 at home but could enter the second round on 4-3 aggregate.[30] In the second round, on 22 October 1986, Győr was beaten 4-0 by Torino F.C..[31] On 5 November 1986, Győr drew with Torino which resulted their farewell from the UEFA Cup.[32]

In the 1986-87 season the club finished only 10th while in the following year they came closer to the top of the league by reaching fourth place.

1990s[edit]

Ferencváros legend, Zoltán Varga managed Győr in 2001 and 2003

The 1990s did not start promising for the club since they finished only 11th in the 1990-91 and the 1991-92 season of the Hungarian League. In 1995-96 the club finished 15th in the league and had to play play-offs against the Western Hungarian rivals FC Sopron. The first match was won by Győr 2-0 while the away match was lost 2-1 which resulted in Győr remaining in the first division. After reaching the nadir of the history of the club, in the 1996-97 season Győr finished 9th and secured a place for the following season. In the 1997-98 and 1998-99 seasons the club finished fourth which were considered the best positions in the 1990s.

2000s[edit]

Tarmo Kink playing for Győr in a Hungarian League match in 2009
Tamás Koltai, born in Győr and became member of the Hungarian national team from the club

In January 2000 Antonio A. Paes join was selected for a tryout In January 2003 Aurél Csertői was appointed as the coach of the club.[33] Attila Pintér became the coach of the Győri ETO FC in 2009. During his coaching the team finished third in the Hungarian League 2009–10 season after beating Videoton FC in the last round. On international turf the team entered the Europa League 2010-11 season. In the first qualifying round Győr played their first match against FC Nitra. The final result was 2-2.[34] In the second leg Attila Pintér's team could win 3-1 at the ETO Park.[35] In the second qualifying round Győr played their first match in Kazakhstan against Atyrau. The match finished 2-0 to Győr thanks to the goals of Linas Pilibaitis and Fouad Bouguerra.[36] In the second leg Győr could win 2-0. The goals were scored by Rati Aleksidze and Mihai Nicorec.[37] In the third qualifying round Győr played with the French Montpellier HSC.[38] The first match was played at the ETO Park and the final result was 1-0 to the French team.[39] The only goal of the match was scored by Olivier Giroud. In the second leg Győr won 1-0.[40] The only goal was scored by Valentin Babić. In extra time there were no more goals therefore the teams had to decide the match in the penalty shootout. Győr won 4-3 on penalties and entered the play-offs of the Europa League. Győr played the Croatian Dinamo Zagreb in the play-off of the Europa League 2010-11. The first match was won by Zagreb 2-0.[41] In the second leg at the Stadion Maksimir győr lost to 2-1 and were eliminated from the Europa League on 4-1 aggregate.[42] Due to the increase of the number of matches the team were unable to do well both in the Hungarian League and in the Europa League. The results in the domestic league were not satisfying for the management, therefore Attila Pintér and the management mutually terminated the contract between each other and the management appointed Aurél Csertői as the manager.

2010s[edit]

Attila Pintér managed to win the fourth Hungarian League title in the 2012-13 season
The Lithuanian Linas Pilibaitis playing for Győr

In 2011 Aurél Csertői was appointed as the manager of the team. Győr started the 2011-12 season with seven consecutive wins. On 19 June 2011 UEFA suspended the club for violations of licensing rules. As a consequence the club cannot participate in European competitions for three consecutive seasons.[43][44] In March 2012 Aurél Csertői and the club agreed to his departure and Attila Pintér was re-appointed as the manager of the club. In the 2011-12 season of the Hungarian League Győr finished third, however due to the suspension of the UEFA they could not enter the Europa League.

In the 2012/13 season of the Hungarian League Győr was leading the table 6 points clear.[45]

On 12 May 2013, Győr ended a 30-year wait for the Hungarian League title by beating Ferencvárosi TC at home by 1-0, while their rival Videoton FC lost to Debreceni VSC 2-1 in the 27th weekday of the championship. In the 2012-13 season they went on a 22-match unbeaten run before back-to-back defeats knocked them off their stride. But neither Videoton FC nor MTK Budapest FC could sustain the challenge therefore Győr could wrap up their fourth title with room to spare. [46]

On 22 May 2013, Győr could have double their success by winning the 2012–13 Magyar Kupa against Debreceni VSC at the Bozsik Stadion, Budapest. Győr was winning by 1-0 thanks to the goal by Nemanja Andrić in the 19th minute but in the second half Debrecen's Adamo Coulibaly scored two goals which resulted Debrecen's victory over Győr in the Hungarian Cup final.[47]

On 17 July 2013, Győr hosted Maccabi Tel Aviv F.C. and lost to 2-0 in the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League 2013-14 season.[48] In the second tie Győr also lost 2-1 which resulted the early farewell of the club.

On 19 December 2013, Pintér resigned from his position after he was appointed as the head coach of the Hungarian national football team by the head of the Hungarian Football Federation, Sándor Csányi, in Telki.[49]

Colours and crest[edit]

The colurs of the club are green and white. This combination of colours is very common in Hungary, as it is also used by clubs such as Ferencváros, Szombathelyi Haladás, Paks. The crest of the club includes a cock sitting on a cross.

Stadium[edit]

Main article: ETO Park

The home of the club is the multi-purpose stadium ETO Park. It was opened in 2008 as a replacement for Stadion ETO. Its capacity is 16,000 but if necessary the stadium can be expanded in order to host 30,000 spectators. The stadium complex also includes three grass practice pitches and one synthetic practice pitch, as well as two indoor pitches. A hotel can be found next to the pitch. The stadium can also host cultural events such as concerts and exhibitions. The style of the stadium is 'a la English' that is open at the corners.

The stadium is also home to the national team of Hungary. On 3 March 2010 Hungary drew with Russia in a friendly match. 16,000 spectators attended the match.

On 29 February Hungary hosted Bulgaria in a friendly match. Although Szalai scored in the 42nd minute, a late equalizer was delivered by Bozhinov.[50]

Supporters and rivalries[edit]

The ultras of Győr in Hungarian League match against Videoton (2010).

The supporters of the club are mainly from the city of Győr and the neighbouring area. However,the club have supporters from all over the country. Győr have a strong local rivalry with neighbouring clubs such as Szombathelyi Haladás and Zalaegerszeg. However, the club's historic rivals come from Budapest, due to the fierce competition between Győr, Ferencváros and Budapest Honvéd in the early 1980s. Currently the club are in rivalry with the most successful clubs of the country such as Debrecen and Videoton.

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

  • Hungarian Cup
    • Winners (4): 1965, 1966, 1967, 1979
    • Runners-up: 1964, 1984, 2009, 2013

European[edit]

Naming history[edit]

  • 1904: Győri Vagongyár ETO
  • 1950: Győri Vasas SC ETO
  • 1952: Győri Vasas
  • 1953: Vasas SE Győr
  • 1954: Wilhelm Pieck Vasas ETO SK Győr
  • 1957: Magyar Wilhelm Pieck Vagon- és Gépgyár ETO Győr
  • 1957: Győri Vasas ETO
  • 1965: Rába ETO Győr
  • 1985: Győri ETO FC
  • 1992: Rába ETO FC Győr
  • 1994: Győri ETO FC

Current squad[edit]

As of 1 August, 2014. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Hungary GK Krisztián Pogacsics
2 Hungary MF László Bénes
3 Hungary MF Dávid Illés
7 Romania MF Ciprian Deac
8 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Miroslav Stevanovic
10 Spain MF Aitor Monroy Rueda
11 Hungary FW Roland Varga
12 Serbia MF Nikola Trajković
14 Hungary FW Gergely Rudolf
15 Georgia (country) FW Giorgi Kvilitaia
16 Hungary DF Zoltán Lipták
17 Hungary MF Máté Pátkai
No. Position Player
18 Hungary DF Ádám Lang
19 Serbia MF Nemanja Andrić
20 Hungary FW Tamás Priskin
21 Czech Republic FW Marek Střeštík
22 Romania MF Dan Bucsa
23 Hungary MF József Windecker
24 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Đorđe Kamber
25 Jamaica DF Rafe Wolfe
26 Slovakia GK Ľuboš Kamenár
29 Hungary MF Tamás Koltai
30 Romania GK Mihai Minca
41 Hungary MF Bence Mervó

Reserve[edit]

See also Győri ETO FC II.

Non-playing staff[edit]

Board of directors[edit]

Position Name
President Hungary Csaba Tarsoly
Managing director Hungary Tibor Klement
Technical director Hungary Gyula Lencse
Club manager Hungary Attila Horváth Cs.
Youth director Hungary Dezső Liszkai
Scout manager Hungary Ottó Vincze
Safety and Security director Hungary Tamás Schubert
Marketing and sales manager Hungary János Závodszky
Head of finance Hungary Mrs. Jószefné Rácz

Management[edit]

Position Name
Head coach Hungary Romania Vasile Miriuță
Assistant coach Hungary József Farkas
Goalkeepers Coach Hungary László Tőkés
Team Doctor Hungary Dr László Ágh
Masseur 1 Hungary Barnabás Végh
Masseur 2 Hungary Tamás Szabó

Season results[edit]

Domestic International Manager
League Cup League
Cup
Super
Cup
No. Season MP W D L GF GA Dif. Pts. Pos. Competition Result
1. 1937-38 26 3 5 18 24 83 -59 11 13th Did not qualify Hungary Fogl II
2. 1945-46 18 9 2 7 32 27 +5 20 14th Hungary Lóránt, Hungary Farkas
3. 1946-47 30 11 5 14 54 49 +5 27 12th Hungary Remmer
4. 1947-48 32 11 2 19 47 62 -15 24 9th Hungary Horváth
5. 1948-49 30 12 5 13 56 88 -32 29 9th Hungary Baróti
6. 1949-50 30 13 7 10 63 45 +18 33 7th
7. 1950 15 6 1 8 28 28 0 13 9th
8. 1951 26 9 8 9 47 43 +4 26 7th
9. 1952 26 9 5 12 51 57 -6 23 6th Hungary Baróti, Hungary Magyar, Hungary Kovács
10. 1953 26 8 10 8 41 46 -5 26 6th Hungary Kovács
11. 1954 26 9 7 10 43 51 -9 25 7th
12. 1955 26 7 7 12 44 57 -13 21 11th Hungary Jeny
13. 1958-59 26 3 7 16 15 36 -21 13 14th Hungary Kovács
14. 1960-61 26 9 7 10 43 31 +12 25 8th Hungary Orczifalvi
15. 1961-62 26 6 10 10 30 44 -14 22 10th
16. 1962-63 26 12 5 9 42 37 +15 29 6th Hungary Szusza
17. 1963 13 6 5 2 20 7 +13 17 1st Hungary Hidegkuti
18. 1964 26 12 9 5 38 25 +13 33 5th European Cup Semi-finals
19. 1965 26 12 9 8 41 30 +11 30 5th W Did not qualify
20. 1966 26 11 9 6 38 29 +9 31 5th W Cup Winners' Cup Quarter-finals Hungary Szusza
21. 1967 30 14 11 5 68 37 +31 39 3rd W Cup Winners' Cup 1st Round
22. 1968 30 6 11 13 37 48 -11 23 14th Cup Winners' Cup 2nd Round
23. 1969 30 12 10 8 53 36 +17 34 5th Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 2nd Round Hungary Mészáros
24. 1970 14 3 1 10 9 23 -14 7 16th Did not qualify
25. 1970-71 30 13 6 11 37 34 +3 33 9th Hungary Dombos
26. 1971-72 30 7 12 11 36 51 -15 21 10th Hungary Győrfi
27. 1972-73 30 14 2 14 46 51 -5 30 8th Hungary Farsang
28. 1973-74 30 15 8 7 43 35 +8 38 3rd
29. 1974-75 28 10 5 13 40 44 -4 25 9th UEFA Cup 2nd Round
30. 1975-76 30 7 11 12 36 49 -13 25 11th Did not qualify Hungary Pálfy
31. 1976-77 34 15 5 14 54 46 +8 35 7th Hungary Palicskó
32. 1977-78 34 6 13 15 37 52 -15 25 15th
33. 1978-79 34 12 11 11 40 33 +7 35 6th Hungary Kovács
34. 1979-80 34 14 10 16 59 62 -3 32 13th W Cup Winners' Cup 1st Round
35. 1980-81 34 9 13 12 43 43 0 31 11th Did not qualify
36. 1981-82 34 21 7 6 102 50 +52 49 1st Hungary Verebes
37. 1982-83 30 19 6 5 82 37 +45 44 1st European Cup 1st Round
38. 1983-84 30 14 9 7 66 58 +8 37 2nd F European Cup 2nd Round
39. 1984-85 30 15 6 9 57 49 +8 36 2nd UEFA Cup 1st Round
40. 1985-86 30 13 11 6 60 43 +17 37 3rd UEFA Cup 1R
41. 1986-87 30 9 11 10 51 45 +6 29 10th UEFA Cup 2nd Round Hungary Gellei, Hungary Győrfi
42. 1987-88 30 17 7 9 49 43 +6 35 4th Did not qualify Hungary Győrfi
43. 1988-89 30 16 3 2 44 31 +13 56 5th Hungary Haász
44. 1989-90 30 7 14 9 34 30 +4 35 12th Czechoslovakia Pecze
45. 1990-91 30 8 10 12 35 41 -6 26 11th Hungary Glázer
46. 1991-92 30 8 10 12 34 43 -9 26 11th Hungary Glázer, Hungary Szentes
47. 1992-93 30 10 9 11 38 43 -5 29 9th Hungary Tornyi
48. 1993-94 30 15 7 8 51 37 +14 37 5th Hungary Verebes
49. 1994-95 30 11 5 14 42 40 +2 35 11th Hungary Verebes, Hungary Győrfi
50. 1995-96 30 6 9 15 34 54 -20 27 15th1 Hungary Póczik, Hungary Haász
51. 1996-97 34 10 12 12 44 51 -7 42 9th Hungary Haász, Hungary Keglovich
52. 1997-98 34 18 9 7 47 31 +16 63 4th Hungary Reszeli-Soós
53. 1998-99 34 16 11 7 53 39 +14 59 4th
54. 1999-2000 32 12 8 12 52 36 +16 44 8th Hungary Garami, Hungary Károly
55. 2000-01 22 11 5 6 34 32 +2 40 5th Hungary Varga
56. 2001-02 38 10 14 14 51 64 -13 44 10th Hungary Tamási
57. 2002-03 32 9 9 14 41 50 -9 36 6th Hungary Csertői, Hungary Tamási
58. 2003-04 32 10 6 16 36 54 +18 36 10th Hungary Varga, Hungary Kiprich, Hungary Reszeli-Soós
59. 2004-05 30 16 6 8 44 32 +12 54 5th Hungary Reszeli Soós
60. 2005-06 30 9 9 12 47 50 -3 36 9th Hungary Reszeli-Soós, Hungary Csank
61. 2006-07 30 9 8 13 37 43 -6 35 13th Hungary Pajkos, Hungary Reszeli-Soós, Hungary Klement
62. 2007-08 30 16 10 4 64 35 +29 58 3rd Hungary Egervári
63. 2008-09 30 11 10 9 57 41 +16 43 8th F UEFA Cup 2nd QR Hungary Egervári, Serbia Bekvalac
64. 2009-10 30 15 12 3 38 18 +20 57 3rd L16 GS Europa League Play-offs Hungary Pintér
65. 2010-11 30 10 11 9 40 35 +5 41 8th L16 QF Did not qualify
66. 2011-12 30 20 3 7 56 31 +25 63 3rd QF GS suspended 2 Hungary Csertői, Hungary Pintér
67. 2012-13 30 19 7 4 57 31 +24 64 1st F QF Hungary Pintér
68. 2013-14 29 17 8 4 53 22 +21 59 2nd L16 TBD TBD Champions League 2nd QR Hungary Pintér, Hungary Horváth
69. 2014-15 15 5 4 5 21 18 3 19 9th TBD TBD TBD Europa League 2QR Hungary Horváth 3, Hungary Romania Miriuță [51]
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Notes
  • Note 1: Since the number of teams of the 1996-97 season of the Hungarian League were expanded by 2 more teams, Győr were not relegated directly eventhough they finished 15th in the 1995-96 season. Győr had to play relegation play-offs with FC Sopron. The first tie ended in 2-0 victory over Sopron, while the second leg was lost to 2-1.
  • Note 2: Győr will finish in the top three of the 2011–12 Hungarian National Championship I, but they will not be eligible to enter either the 2012–13 UEFA Champions League or Europa League due to having been suspended from participating in UEFA competitions for the first season they qualify between the 2011–12 and 2013–14 seasons in relation to club licensing violations.[52] As a result, the fourth-placed team of the league will take one of Hungary's Europa League places in the first qualifying round.
  • Note 3: Zsolt Fórián as caretaker manager.

European cup history[edit]

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
1964–65 European Cup Preliminary Round East Germany Chemie Leipzig 4–2 2–0 6–2 Symbol keep vote.svg
1. Round Bulgaria PFC Lokomotiv Sofia 5–3 3–4 8–7 Symbol keep vote.svg
Quarter-finals Netherlands DWS 1–0 1–1 2–1 Symbol keep vote.svg
Semi-finals Portugal S.L. Benfica 0–1 0–4 0–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
1966–67 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1. Round Italy ACF Fiorentina 4–2 0–1 4–3 Symbol keep vote.svg
2. Round Portugal SC Braga 3–0 0–2 3–2 Symbol keep vote.svg
Quarter-finals Belgium Standard Liége 2–1 0–2 2–3 Symbol delete vote.svg
1967–68 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1. Round Cyprus Apollon Limassol 5–0 4–0 9–0 Symbol keep vote.svg
2. Round Italy AC Milan 2–2 1–1 3–3 (a) Symbol delete vote.svg
1968–69 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1. Round Romania Dinamo Bucureşti x x w/o
1969–70 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 1. Round Switzerland Lausanne Sports 2–1 2–1 4–2 Symbol keep vote.svg
2. Round Spain FC Barcelona 2–3 0–2 2–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
1974–75 UEFA Cup 1. Round Bulgaria PFC Lokomotiv Plovdiv 3–1 1–3 4–4 (a) Symbol keep vote.svg
2. Round West Germany Fortuna Düsseldorf 2–0 0–3 2–3 Symbol delete vote.svg
1979–80 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1. Round Italy Juventus FC 2–1 0–2 2–3 Symbol delete vote.svg
1982–83 European Cup 1. Round Belgium Standard Liège 3–0 0–5 3–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
1983–84 European Cup 1. Round Iceland Vikingur KF 2–1 2–0 4–1 Symbol keep vote.svg
2. Round Soviet Union Dinamo Minsk 3–6 1-3 4–9 Symbol delete vote.svg
1984–85 UEFA Cup 1. Round England Manchester United 2–2 0–3 2–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
1985–86 UEFA Cup 1. Round Czechoslovakia FC Bohemians Praha 3–1 1–4 4–5 (aet) Symbol delete vote.svg
1986–87 UEFA Cup 1. Round Soviet Union Dinamo Minsk 0–1 4–2 4–3 Symbol keep vote.svg
2. Round Italy Torino FC 1–1 0–4 1–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
1989 UEFA Intertoto Cup Group 4 Switzerland Grasshopper FC 1–0 1–2 Symbol delete vote.svg
Group 4 Austria VfB Admira Wacker 5–0 1–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
Group 4 Denmark Brøndby IF 1–0 1–1 Symbol delete vote.svg
2003 UEFA Intertoto Cup 1. Round Cyprus Ethnikos Achna FC 1–1 2–2 3–3 (a) Symbol keep vote.svg
2. Round Spain Racing Santander 2–1 0–1 2–2 (a) Symbol delete vote.svg
2008–09 UEFA Cup 1. Qualifying Round Georgia (country) FC Zestaponi 1–1 2–1 3–2 Symbol keep vote.svg
2. Qualifying Round Germany VfB Stuttgart 1–4 1–2 2–6 Symbol delete vote.svg
2010–11 UEFA Europa League 1. Qualifying Round Slovakia Nitra 3–1 2–2 5–3 Symbol keep vote.svg
2. Qualifying Round Kazakhstan Atyrau 2–0 3–0 5–0 Symbol keep vote.svg
3. Qualifying Round France Montpellier 0–1 1–0 1–1 (p) Symbol keep vote.svg
Play-off Round Croatia Dinamo Zagreb 0–2 1–2 1–4 Symbol delete vote.svg
2013–14 UEFA Champions League 2. Qualifying Round Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv F.C. 0–2 1–2 1–4 Symbol delete vote.svg
2014–15 UEFA Europa League 2. Qualifying Round Sweden IFK Göteborg 0–3 1–0 1–3 Symbol delete vote.svg

Record by country of opposition[edit]

  • Correct as of 25 July 2014
Country Pld W D L GF GA GD Win%
Austria Austria 2 1 0 1 6 5 +1 50.00
Belgium Belgium 4 2 0 2 5 8 -3 50.00
Bulgaria Bulgaria 4 2 0 2 12 11 +1 50.00
Croatia Croatia 2 0 0 2 1 4 -3 00.00
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 2 1 0 1 4 5 -1 50.00
Cyprus Cyprus 4 2 2 0 12 3 +9 50.00
Denmark Denmark 2 1 1 0 2 1 +1 50.00
East Germany East Germany 2 2 0 0 6 2 +4 100.000
England England 2 0 1 1 2 5 -3 00.00
France France 2 1 0 1 1 1 +0 50.00
Georgia (country) Georgia 2 1 1 0 2 1 +1 50.00
Germany Germany 2 0 0 2 2 6 -4 00.00
Greece Greece 8 4 2 2 14 14 +0 50.00
Iceland Iceland 2 2 0 0 4 1 +3 100.000
Israel Israel 2 0 0 2 0 2 -2 00.00
Italy Italy 8 2 3 3 10 14 -4 25.00
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 2 2 0 0 5 0 +5 100.000
Netherlands the Netherlands 2 1 1 0 2 1 +1 50.00
Poland Poland 2 0 0 2 1 3 -2 00.00
Portugal Portugal 4 1 0 3 3 7 -4 25.00
Slovakia Slovakia 2 1 1 0 5 3 +2 50.00
Soviet Union Soviet Union 4 1 0 3 8 12 -4 25.00
Spain Spain 4 1 0 3 4 7 -3 25.00
Sweden Sweden 2 1 0 1 1 3 -2 50.00
Switzerland Switzerland 4 3 0 1 6 4 +2 75.00
West Germany West Germany 2 1 0 1 2 3 -1 50.00
Totals 169 70 32 87 286 249 +37 36.84

P – Played; W – Won; D – Drawn; L – Lost

Former managers[edit]

Other departments[edit]

Győri ETO has several successful departments, e.g., the handball teams won many national championships. The men's team also won the EHF Cup in 1986 as Rába Vasas ETO Győr. Particularly well known these days are the handball ladies, playing as Győri ETO Kézilabda Club (en. handball club), which made it in 2006 into the final of the Cup Winners' Cup and in 2007 into the semifinals of the Champions League.

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