Bőcs KSC

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Bőcs KSC
Full name Bőcs Községi Sport Club
Nickname(s) -
Founded 1948
Ground Sportpálya, Bőcs, Hungary
Ground Capacity 3,000
Chairman Hungary László Nagy
Manager Hungary Zsolt Molnár
League Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County League 2.division
2011–12 1st (promoted)

Bőcs KSC is a Hungarian football club located in Bőcs, Hungary. It played in the Hungarian National Championship II division until 2011, when the club was moved to Balmazújváros and renamed as Balmazújvárosi FC. Böcs KSC was refounded at the summer of 2011. The team's colors are green and yellow.

Squad 2010 /2011[edit]

As of 6 September 2010. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Hungary GK Zsolt Matkó
2 Hungary MF Zsolt Müller
3 Hungary MF Attila Katona
4 Hungary MF Gábor Nyírcsák
5 Hungary DF Tibor Bokros
6 Hungary DF Zsolt Molnár
7 Hungary FW Róbert Zsarnai
8 Hungary MF László Lipták
9 Hungary FW János Ondó
10 Hungary MF Gergő Jeremiás
11 Cameroon FW Essama Etogo
12 Hungary FW Zsolt Hajdú
13 Slovakia DF Ádám Szabó
No. Position Player
14 Hungary FW Norbert Lázár
15 Hungary DF László Ur
16 Hungary DF Tamás Sipos
18 Hungary MF Zoltán Varga
19 Hungary MF Balázs Krajnc
21 Hungary GK Ádám Szabó
22 Hungary MF Bence Bakos
24 Hungary MF Róbert Czirba
25 Hungary DF Tamás Tóth
26 Hungary FW László Balázs
27 Hungary FW Tamás Orosz
28 Hungary DF Krisztián Tóth
31 Hungary GK Zsolt Hamar

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