|Full name||Gyula Mánadi|
|Date of birth||21 January 1899|
|Place of birth||Budapest, Hungary|
|Date of death||18 October 1969(aged 70)|
|Place of death||Budapest, Hungary|
|1919–29||MTK Hungária FC||324||(12)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Gyula Mándi, also referred to as Mándi Gyula or Julius Mandel (born 21 January 1899, in Budapest- died 18 October 1969, in Budapest) was a Hungarian footballer and manager.
Mándi was part of the greatest era of MTK, the 1920s and 1930s. He played alongside the likes of Franz Platko, Béla Guttmann, Gusztáv Sebes, Jenő Kálmár, Imre Schlosser, Iuliu Baratky and Ferenc Sas. Between 1919 and 1925 he won seven consecutive championships with MTK.
The professionalisation of the game in Hungary weakened MTK's absolute dominance, but they remained amongst the leading sides. Until the end of his career in 1937 he could celebrate three more championships. Between 1923 and 1933 he also won cups with the club. Altogether Mándi Mándi made 325 appearances for MTK.
In 1924 Hungary participated in the football tournament of the Olympic Games in Paris. Hungary's hopes rose after a decisive first round win over Poland. However, a sensational 0–3 defeat at the hands of Egypt in the second stage ended the aspirations of the Magyars. Mándi played in both matches.
A knee injury prevented Mándi from continuing his international career until 1929, when he again featured regularly until 1932, including five matches for the Central European International Cup. After missing out on further nominations for a two years, he returned once more to the Hungarian side for a World Cup qualifier against Bulgaria in 1934. Altogether he played 31 times for his country.
After retiring as a player, Mándi became a coach and was the nominal manager of Hungary during the era of the Mighty Magyars. However, his former MTK team mate, Gusztáv Sebes, who outranked him as the Deputy Minister of Sport, had the final say in the major decisions and was effectively in charge.
In 1958 Mándi moved to Brazil where he coached América in Rio de Janeiro. Alongside his compatriots, the aforementioned Béla Guttmann and Izidor Kürschner, also a former MTK player, he remains to date one of only three European coaches to have some impact in Brazil.
MTK Hungária FC
- Hungarian League
- Winner : 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1929, 1936, 1937 : 10
- Runner-up : 1926, 1928, 1931, 1933: 4
- Hungarian Cup
- Winner : 1923, 1925, 1932 : 3
- Runner-up : 1930, 1935: 2
- Behind The Curtain – Travels in Eastern European Football: Jonathan Wilson (2006) 
- The Nearly Men: Brian Glanville, World Soccer, November 2006