Hungary women's national water polo team

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Flag of Hungary.svg
Association Hungarian Swimming Association
Confederation LEN (Europe)
Head coach Georgios Morfesis
Olympic Games
Appearances 3 (first in 2004)
Best result 4th place, 2008, 2012
World Championships
Appearances 11 (first in 1986)
Best result 1st, 1994, 2005
World League
Appearances 8 (first in 2004)
Best result 2nd, 2004
World Cup
Appearances 8 (first in 1988)
Best result 1st, 2002

The Hungary women's national water polo team represents Hungary in international women's water polo competitions and friendly matches. The team is one of the leading teams in Europe since the early 1990s, claiming the world title at the 1994 World Aquatics Championships in Rome, Italy.


Olympic Games[edit]

Year Position
Australia 2000 did not qualify
Greece 2004 6th place
China 2008 4th place
United Kingdom 2012 4th place

Olympic Year Tournament[edit]

  • 1996did not compete

World Championship[edit]

Year Position
Spain 1986 5th place
Australia 1991 4th place
Italy 1994 Gold medal icon.svg
Australia 1998 7th place
Japan 2001 Silver medal icon.svg
Spain 2003 5th place
Canada 2005 Gold medal icon.svg
Australia 2007 4th place
Italy 2009 7th place
China 2011 9th place
Spain 2013 Bronze medal icon.svg

World League[edit]

Year Position
United States 2004 Silver medal icon.svg
Russia 2005 4th place
Italy 2006 did not compete
Canada 2007 eliminated
Spain 2008 did not compete
Russia 2009 did not compete
United States 2010 6th place
China 2011 eliminated
China 2012 eliminated
China 2013 4th place
China 2014 eliminated

World Cup[edit]

Year Position
United States 1979 did not compete
Netherlands 1980 did not compete
Australia 1981 did not compete
Canada 1983 did not compete
United States 1984 did not compete
New Zealand 1988 Silver medal icon.svg
Netherlands 1989 Bronze medal icon.svg
United States 1991 did not compete
Italy 1993 Bronze medal icon.svg
Australia 1995 Bronze medal icon.svg
France 1997 did not compete
Canada 1999 4th place
Australia 2002 Gold medal icon.svg
China 2006 5th place
New Zealand 2010 6th place

European Championship[edit]

Year Position
Norway 1985 Silver medal icon.svg
France 1987 Silver medal icon.svg
West Germany 1989 Silver medal icon.svg
Greece 1991 Gold medal icon.svg
United Kingdom1993 Bronze medal icon.svg
Austria 1995 Silver medal icon.svg
Spain 1997 5th place
Italy 1999 4th place
Hungary 2001 Gold medal icon.svg
Slovenia 2003 Silver medal icon.svg
Serbia 2006 Bronze medal icon.svg
Spain 2008 Bronze medal icon.svg
Croatia 2010 5th place
Netherlands 2012 Bronze medal icon.svg
Hungary 2014 Bronze medal icon.svg




External links[edit]

  • [ Official website]
  • FINA
  • Squads
  • HistoFINA Volume VIII (Edition 2004)