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|Full name||Mestský futbalový Klub Dubnica|
|Ground||Mestský štadión, Dubnica nad Váhom|
|Head coach||Juraj Bútora|
|2013-14||2. liga, 8th|
|Website||Club home page|
MFK Dubnica was founded in 1926 and spent much of its early years playing in the regional Czechoslovakian leagues until 1977 where they were finally promoted to the national first division and finished a respectable 9th in their first season. The team continued in top flight football for 10 years before being relegated in 1987 and it would be at least another 10 years before the team would play at the highest national level again but this time in the independent state of Slovakia. In 1996 Dubnica gained its promotion from the Slovak second division to form part of a newly structured league consisting of one league and 15 other teams. Dubnica would then be relegated the following season, which would set a trend of swinging between the first and second divisions. 2005 saw a turn in fortunes for Dubnica, a 4th place finished earned them a place in Europe for the second time playing in the Intertoto Cup.
The first match saw them come up against Vasas SC of Hungary, the match ended 0-0 in the first leg but the second leg saw Dubnica duly despatch the Hungarian side 2-0 at home. This win next saw the club taken to Turkey to face tough competition in B.B. Ankaraspor but Dubnica upset the home team with a shock 4-0 win and defended this lead well in the second leg only to lose 1-0. Dubnica's next match saw them take on the English team, Newcastle United F.C. but they proved to be too strong and failed to win either legs losing 3-1 and 2-0 respectively.
- 1926 - Founded as SK Dubnica
- 1948 - Renamed ŠK Sokol Škoda Dubnica
- 1952 - Renamed ŠK Sokol Vorošilov
- 1953 - Renamed DŠO Spartak ŠK Dubnica
- 1962 - Renamed TJ Spartak ŠK Dubnica
- 1965 - Renamed TJ Spartak SMZ Dubnica
- 1978 - Renamed TJ Spartak ZTS ŠK Dubnica
- 1993 - Renamed FK ZTS Kerametal Dubnica
- 1999 - Renamed FK ZTS Dubnica
- 2003 - First European qualification, 2003
- 2008 - Renamed MFK Dubnica
Statistics of club from season 1996/1997 to season 2011/2012
1996/97 - 15th (descent) - 30-8-8-14 29:43 32 points.
1998/99 - 13th 30-8-4-18 28:60 28 points.
1999/00 - 11th (descent, in this season was 16 teams, but in next season only 10) 30-9-7-14 35:35 34 points.
2001/02 - 8th 36- 9-11-16 38:48 38 points.
2002/03 - 7th 36-12- 7-17 41:52 43 points.
2003/04 - 6th 36-12-10-14 41:42 46 points.
2004/05 - 4th 36-13-12-11 42:43 51 points.
2005/06 - 8th 36-10-10-16 41:55 40 points.
2006/07 - after autumn part 10th and on spring in barrack 2nd (Dubnica stayed in Corgoň lige) Autumn: 22-6-7-9 24:35 25 points. Barrack: 14-6-5-3 16-15 23 points.
2007/08 - 9th 33- 7-12-14 34:53 33 points.
2008/09 - 8th 33-10- 7-16 43:49 37 points.
2009/10 - 9th 33- 8-12-13 27:42 36 points.
2010/11 - 12th 33- 7-10-16 23:47 31 points (descent to 2nd league)
2011/12 - 8th 33- 10-13-10 32:31 43 points
Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for MFK.
- Past (and present) players who are the subjects of Wikipedia articles can be found here.
For recent transfers, see List of Slovak football transfers winter 2013-14.
Out on Loan 2012/2013
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Antonín Juran (1996-97)
- Peter Zelenský (1997-98)
- Anton Dragúň (1998-2000)
- Jozef Jankech (2000-01)
- Peter Gergely (2001-02)
- Stanislav Griga (2002-03)
- Jozef Jankech (2003-05)
- Ľubomír Nosický (2005-06)
- Peter Gergely (2006-07)
- Anton Dragúň (2007)
- Juraj Bútora (2007-08)
- Ľubomír Nosický (2009)
- Peter Gergely (2009-11)
- Peter Nemečkay (2011-12)
- Peter Gergely (2012-)