Szombathelyi Haladás

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Haladás
Szombathelyi Haladás.png
Full name Szombathelyi Haladás
Haladás VSE (Vasutas Sport Egyesület)
Nickname(s) Hali
Founded 1919
Ground Rohonci úti Stadion
Ground Capacity 9,500
Chairman Béla Illés
Manager Tamás Artner
League NB I
2013-14 6th
Website Club home page
Current season

Szombathelyi Haladás is a Hungarian football club based in Szombathely. Haladás is the Hungarian word for progress. The club, which was founded in 1919, plays its home games at Rohonci úti Stadion which has a capacity of 9,500 (5,430 seats). The club colours are green and white.

Haladás reached the Hungarian Cup final in the years 1975, 1993 and 2002. Since its first promotion in 1936 the club has spent 51 seasons in the first division of the Hungarian league, the Nemzeti Bajnokság I (NB I).

History[edit]

The yoyo years[edit]

Since 1919 the club have been famous for their yoyo between the Hungarian First Division and the Hungarian Second Division. The club were unable to strengthen their stay in the first league which resulted a continuous yoyo effect.

The 2000s[edit]

In the 2001-02 season of the Hungarian Cup Haladás played in the final against Újpest. The club lost 2-1 after extra time. In January 2002 Haladás appointed Lázár Szentes as the new coach of the club.[1] In the 2001-02 season Haladás was facing relegation problems.[2] In August 2003 Lajos Détári resigned as coach of the club.[3] In October 2003 former Zalaegerszeg championship-winner coach Péter Bozsik was appointed as the coach of the club.[4] In the 2006-07 season of the Hungarian Second Division the club missed out on promotion to the first division because of an 11 points deduction for the use of ineligible players. BFC Siófok was promoted in the place of Haladás.

In the 2008 Haladás won the Hungarian Second Division which resulted the promotion of the club to the first division. In 2008 Haladás played with Arsenal a pre-season friendly match in Szombathely. The match finished 1-1.[5]

In the 2008-09 season Haladás reached the best rank ever in the history of the team. The club won the bronze medal and got the right to start the qualification rounds in the Europa League.

In the Europa League 2009-10 season Haladás played against Irtysh Pavlodar in the first round. The first leg finished 1-0 thanks to Krisztián Kenesei's goal in the 79th minute.[6] In the second leg the result was 2-1 to Irtysh,which resulted that Haladás could play in the second round.[7] In the second round Haladás played with the Swedish Elfsborg. In the first leg Haladás lost to 3-0,[8] while at home Haladás drew with Elfsborg which cause the farewell from the international turf.[9]

Stadium[edit]

Haladás play at the Rohonci Street Stadium situated in Szombathely, Hungary. Its capacity is 9,500 and it was built in 1923. It hosted the hammer throw events for the IAAF World Athletics Final as the Stade Louis II in Monaco is too small.

Players[edit]

As of 2 March, 2014. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
3 Hungary DF Zoltán Fehér
5 Hungary DF Martin Zsirai
6 Hungary MF Attila Szakály
7 Hungary MF András Radó
13 Hungary MF Bence Gyurján
14 Hungary DF Gábor Dvorschák
23 Hungary DF Szabolcs Schimmer
37 Hungary MF Milán Kalász
45 Hungary MF Márió Németh
46 Hungary MF Ádám Simon
66 Hungary GK Dániel Rózsa
69 Hungary DF Szilárd Devecseri
75 Hungary GK László Gyűrű
77 Hungary FW Zoltán Medgyes
No. Position Player
79 Hungary MF Péter Halmosi
90 Hungary MF Bence Iszlai
91 Hungary GK Roland Mursits
Hungary DF Patrik Füredi
Hungary DF Máté Katona
Hungary MF Barnabás Rácz
Hungary MF Martin Tóth
Hungary MF András Jancsó
Hungary MF Olivér Nagy
Hungary MF Gábor Varga
Hungary FW Olivér Tihanyi
Hungary FW Viktor Városi
Hungary FW Balázs Zamostny (loan from Újpest FC)

Haladás II[edit]

No. Position Player
Hungary GK Gábor Ikotin
Hungary GK Márton Gyurján
Hungary DF Zsolt Angyal
Hungary DF János Hegedűs
Hungary DF Bence Hirschler
Hungary DF Péter Grabant
Hungary DF Benjámin Koronczai
Hungary DF Dániel Milkó
Hungary DF Alex Dedics
Hungary DF Márton Havasi
Hungary DF Gabura Alexander
No. Position Player
Hungary DF Tamás Farkas
Hungary DF Noel Bedi
Hungary MF Benjámin Gugcsó
Hungary MF Mátyás Győrffy
Hungary MF Bence Grabant
Hungary MF Ádám Fenyvesi
Hungary FW Patrik Hoós
Hungary FW Dániel Vlasics
Hungary FW Milán Bölcsföldi
Hungary FW Áron Németh
Hungary FW Viktor Vincze

Coach: Attila Kuttor

Colours, badge, and nicknames[edit]

The colours of the club are green and white. This combination is very common in Hungarian League since Ferencváros, Győr, Kaposvár, Paks have the same colour combination.

Honours[edit]

Transfers 2012/13 summer[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Hungary DF Szabolcs Szvoboda (loan return from Budaörsi SC)
Hungary DF Dániel Zoltán Nagy (loan return from Soproni VSE)
Hungary DF Zoltán Fehér (from Győri ETO FC)
Hungary MF Milán Kalász (from Haladás II)
Hungary MF Ádám Simon (loan from Italy U.S. Palermo)
Hungary FW Attila Simon (loan return from Soproni VSE)
Hungary FW Péter Andorka (from Pécsi MFC)
Hungary FW Richárd Czafit (from Haladás II)
No. Position Player
Hungary GK Dávid Dombó (loan to Dunakanyar-Vác FC)
Slovakia MF Marián Sluka (to BFC Siófok)
Hungary MF Ignác Irhás (loan to Mezőkövesd-Zsóry SE)
Hungary MF Norbert Sipos (to BFC Siófok)
Hungary MF András Horváth (to Soproni VSE)
Montenegro FW Goran Vujović (loan return to Videoton FC)
Hungary FW Márton Oross (to Gyirmót SE)
Hungary FW Máté Skriba (loan to FC Tatabánya)
Hungary FW Attila Simon (to Nyíregyháza Spartacus)

Transfers 2012/13 winter[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Hungary DF Martin Zsirai (from Haladás II)
Hungary MF Máté Hanzl (from Haladás II)
Hungary MF Márió Németh (from Haladás II)
Hungary FW András Simon (loan from Győri ETO FC)
No. Position Player
Hungary DF Gábor Korolovszky (to Nyíregyháza Spartacus)
Hungary DF Dániel Zoltán Nagy (to Zalaegerszegi TE)
Hungary MF Dániel Nagy (loan return to Videoton FC)

Transfers 2013 summer[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Hungary GK Dávid Dombó (from Haladás II)
Serbia DF Predrag Bošnjak (from FC Veszprém)
Hungary FW Zoltán Medgyes (from Haladás II)
Hungary FW Máté Skriba (loan return from FC Tatabánya)
No. Position Player
Hungary GK Gergő Gőcze (to Pécsi MFC)
Hungary DF Zoltán Búrány (to Mezőkövesd-Zsóry SE)
Hungary DF Márk Farkas (loan to Gyirmót SE)
Hungary DF Márk Jagodics (loan to FC Ajka)
Hungary MF Máté Hanzl (loan to FC Ajka)
Hungary MF Kornél Kulcsár (loan to Zalaegerszegi TE)
Hungary FW Krisztián Kenesei (Lombard-Pápa TFC)
Hungary FW Máté Skriba (loan to FC Ajka)
Hungary FW Richárd Czafit (loan to Körmendi FC)

Transfers 2014 winter[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Hungary GK László Gyűrű (from Slovakia MŠK - Thermál Veľký Meder)
Hungary DF Gábor Dvorschák (from Germany Carl Zeiss Jena)
Hungary MF Ramon Halmai (from Haladás II)
Hungary MF Kornél Kulcsár (loan return from Zalaegerszegi TE)
Hungary FW Richárd Czafit (loan return from Körmendi FC)
Hungary FW Ádám Hrepka (from Israel Bnei Yehuda Tel Aviv F.C.)
No. Position Player
Hungary MF Gábor Rajos (to FC Ajka)
Hungary MF Kornél Kulcsár (loan to Lombard-Pápa TFC)
Hungary FW Richárd Czafit (loan to Balatonfüredi FC)
Hungary FW Péter Andorka (to Gyirmót SE)
Hungary FW Roland Ugrai (to Ferencvárosi TC)

European Cup history[edit]

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup[edit]

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
1975-76 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1. Round Malta Valletta 7-0 1-1 8-1
2. Round Austria SK Sturm Graz 1-1 0-2 1-3

Mitropa Cup[edit]

Season Competition Country Club Home Away
1981-82 Mitropa Cup Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia NK Osijek 4-2 0-3
Italy AC Milan 0-1 0-2
Czechoslovakia TJ Vítkovice 2-2 1-6

UEFA Intertoto Cup[edit]

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away
1988 UEFA Intertoto Cup Group 5 Switzerland BSC Young Boys 3-1 0-4
Group 5 Czechoslovakia DAC Dunajská Streda 0-0 0-3
Group 5 Sweden IFK Norrköping 0-1 0-0

UEFA Europa League[edit]

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
2009-2010 UEFA Europa League 1. Round Kazakhstan Irtysh Pavlodar 1-0 1-2 2-2(a)
2. Round Sweden Elfsborg 0-0 0-3 0-3

Managers[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New coach at Haladás". UEFA. 2 January 2002. 
  2. ^ "Hungary round-up: No joy for Haladás". UEFA. 10 May 2002. 
  3. ^ "Détári takes leave of Haladás". UEFA. 27 August 2003. 
  4. ^ "Bozsik takes Haladás reins". UEFA. 8 October 2003. 
  5. ^ "Haladás waiting for bubble to burst". UEFA. 9 September 2008. 
  6. ^ "Haladás 1-0 Irtysh". UEFA. 2 July 2009. 
  7. ^ "Irtysh 2-1 Haladás". UEFA. 9 July 2009. 
  8. ^ "Elfsborg 3-0 Haladás". UEFA. 16 July 2009. 
  9. ^ "Haladás 0-0 Elfsborg". UEFA. 23 July 2009. 

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