|Full name||Béla Pálfi|
|Date of birth||16 February 1923|
|Place of birth||Bečkerek, Kingdom of SCS|
|Date of death||September 9, 1995(aged 72)|
|Place of death||Zrenjanin, FR Yugoslavia|
|1938–1941||AK Vojvodina Zrenjanin|
|1941–1944||NAK Novi Sad||83||(27)|
|1948–1953||Red Star Belgrade||73||(5)|
|1966–1967||Hapoel Petah Tikva|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Béla Pálfi (Serbian Cyrillic: Bela Palfi, Бeлa Пaлфи; 16 February 1923 – 9 September 1995) was a Serbian footballer of Hungarian ethnicity who was part of Yugoslavia national football team at the 1950 FIFA World Cup. He later became a manager. With Partizan he won national championship (1947) and Yugoslav cup (1947). With Red Star he won 2 national championships (1951, 1953) and 3 Yugoslav cups (1948, 1949, 1950).
He started his coaching career in Zrenjanin, then he coached FK Sloboda Tuzla in their first seasons in the Yugoslav First League (1959–60 and 1962–63), then he worked in Greece, later took charge of FK Proleter Zrenjanin in the First League in 1969 and also coached FK Priština. when the club accomplished promotion for the first time to the Yugoslav First League.
- Béla Pálfi stats at nela.hu
- Nincs új a nap alatt at Magyar Szo online, 1-12-2005, retrieved 4-1-2014 (in Hungarian)
- Treneri – Razvoj at FSG Zrenjanin, retrieved 10-9-2014 (in Serbian)
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