Hungarian Rugby Union

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Hungarian Rugby Union
Magyar Rögbi Szövetség
Sport Rugby union
Founded 1990
WR affiliation 1992
FIRA affiliation 1991
President Pál Túri
Men's coach László Szöllősi
Women's coach László Csont

The Hungarian Rugby Union (Hungarian: Magyar Rögbi Szövetség) is the governing body for rugby union in Hungary. It was founded in 1990 and became affiliated to the International Rugby Board in 1992. It organises the two leagues, the NB I and II, and the various national teams. It is based in Budapest.

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The union was founded in 1990 by László Hardy (president), Sándor Erdélyi (secretary-general) and Béla Körmöczi (board member) with nine clubs.

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