Debreceni VSC

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DVSC
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Full name Debreceni Vasutas Sport Club
Nickname(s) Loki
Founded 12 March 1902; 113 years ago (1902-03-12)
Ground Nagyerdei Stadion
Ground Capacity 20,020
Chairman Gábor Szima
Manager Elemér Kondás
League OTP Bank Liga
2014–15 4th
Website Club home page
Current season

Debreceni Vasutas Sport Club is a Hungarian League professional football club, based in Debrecen.[1] They are best known internationally for reaching the group stages of the UEFA Champions League 2009–10 season.[2] Debrecen have been the most successful club since 2000 by winning the Hungarian League seven times.[3]

History[edit]

Early years (1902–1942)[edit]

Debrecen in 1962-63

The club was founded on 12 March 1902, initially being known as "Egyetértés Futball Club" but on becoming independent it was renamed "Debreceni Vasutas Sport Club" (Debrecen Railway Sports Club). In 1926 professionalism came to the Hungarian football scene, with the unfortunate result that Bocskai FC was formed using players from DVSC and city rivals DKASE and DTE, with the result that Bocskai FC ruled the football roost in Debrecen for 15 years while DVSC continued to struggle in the lower divisions. In 1940 the professional/amateur division of players was abolished and Bocskai FC suffered financial collapse, returning DVSC to top-dog position in the city. Debrecen reached the Hungarian First Division for the first time in 1942–43, but then suffered something of a yo-yo existence for the next fifty years, suffering eight relegations in all, and even starting the 1967 season in the Third Division. During this period the club underwent a number of name changes. It became "Debreceni Vasutas Sport Egyesület" in 1948–49, "Debreceni Lokomotiv" (hence the nickname) in 1949, "Debreceni Törekvés" in the 1955–56 season, and it was known as "Debreceni Vasutas SC" from 1957 to 1979. In 1979 the two city teams, DVSC and DMTE were united into one team, called DMVSC, but after ten years the clubs split again and the team adopted its current name.

Back to the First Division[edit]

Debrecen in 1964
Debrecen in 1964

Debrecen's most successful period has been since its most recent promotion to the First Division in 1993, since when the club has won its only national honours – the Hungarian Cup was won in 1999 and 2001, and the Hungarian League title for the first time in 2005. Although the team was relegated from top flight football in 2001 as a result of questionable refereeing on home matches (Ref. Béla Kiss was helped to escape from the stadium by officials in order to avoid the crowd's anger after the match against Budapest Honvéd FC), the then promoted BKV Előre SC could not afford to play in the first league in lack of the necessary financial conditions, thus DVSC remained in the top flight as the better relegated team according to the rules and regulations of the championship which led to some controversy whether it was just.
The first international matches were played in 1998 in the Intertoto Cup. Debreceni VSC beat Dnepr Mogilev, FC Hradec Králové, Hansa Rostock, and lost to Ruch Chorzów in the semi-finals.
In 1999 Debrecen played in the first round of the UEFA Cup 1999-00 and they were beaten by the German VfL Wolfsburg 3–2 on aggregate. Although Debrecen beat the German club 2–1 at home, they lost 2–0 in the away-game, and their first UEFA Cup season ended.

2000s[edit]

The third title of the Hungarian League in the 2006-07 season

In 2001 Debrecen beat the Moldovan club Nistru Otaci 3−1 on aggregate in the first round of the UEFA Cup 2001-02. In the second round of the UEFA Cup Debrecen played with the French club Bordeaux. They lost 5−1 away, but beat the French club 3–1 at home.

Debrecen finished third in the 2002-03 Nemzeti Bajnokság I season.[4] Therefore, they entered the UEFA Cup 2003-04 season. Debrecen drew with the Lithuanian club FK Ekranas in the first leg of the qualifiers, while in the second leg the result was the same. After extra time Debrecen scored a goal and won 3−2 on aggregate. In the first round they had to face NK Varteks. Debrecen won both matches, 3–1 in the first leg and 3–2 in the second leg. The team won 6−3 on aggregate causing the resignation of the coach of the Croatian club.[5] In the second round Debrecen faced with the Greek PAOK. In the first leg they drew 1-1 in the Toumba Stadium in Thessaloniki, Greece. At home the result was a goalless draw, therefore Debrecen went through on away goals (1-1).[6] Debrecen's first successful UEFA Cup career was ended in the third round when they faced with the Belgian Club Brugge. In the first leg Debrecen was beaten by 1-0 in Jan Breydel Stadium, Brugge, Belgium. The goalless second leg resulted the end of the march of the Hungarian club.

In the 2003–04 Nemzeti Bajnokság I season Debrecen finished third, therefore they could play in the UEFA Intertoto Cup 2004–05 season. In the first round Debrecen faced with the Slovak club Spartak Trnava. In the first leg Debrecen lost 3–0 in Trnava, Slovakia, while at home they won 4–1. Debrecen were eliminated from the Intertoto Cup on away goals (4–4).

In 2005 Debrecen won their first Hungarian National Championship title preceding Ferencváros by six points.[7] As a consequence the team could play in the UEFA Champions League for the first time. The first match in the UEFA Champions League 2005-06 qualifiers was played in 2005 against the Croatian club, Hajduk Split. Debreceni VSC beat the Croatian rivals 8–0 on aggregate beating Hajduk Split 3–0 at home and 5–0 away. In the next round Debreceni VSC had to face one of the best teams in Europe, Manchester United and lost 0–6 on aggregate.[8][9] Debrecen could have consoled themselves in the 2005–06 UEFA Cup, but they had to face the Ukrainian club Shakhtar Donetsk. In the first leg (15 September 2005) the Ukrainian club beat Debrecen 4–1 in the RSC Olimpiyskiy stadium in Donetsk, Ukraine. The only Hungarian goal was scored by Sidibe. In the second leg (29 September 2005) Debrecen lost 2–0 in the Stadion Oláh Gábor Út. Debrecen were eliminated 6–1 on aggregate.

Debrecen managed to duplicate the feat and win the Hungarian National Championship I 2005-06, after in the last round on 3 June, they defeated Pápa 4–1, and the then the leader of the league Újpest (who had the same amount of points as Debrecen but had more away wins) lost to Fehérvár in a climatic battle ending in 3–1, which also caused Fehérvár to place 3rd.[10][11]

UEFA Champions League 2006-07 Qualifying match between Debrecen and Rabotnicki Skopje

In the qualifiers of the 2006–07 UEFA Champions League Debrecen faced with Macedonian champion Rabotnički Skopje. In the first leg (26 July 2006) Debrecen drew at home in the Stadion Oláh Gábor Út. the Hungarian goal was scored by Róbert Zsolnai. In the second leg (2 August 2006) Debrecen took the lead by a goal by Sidibe in the 20th minute, but Rabotnicki scored four more goals. Debrecen were eliminated from the UEFA Champions League on 5–2 aggregate. After being eliminated from the Champions League Supka resigned [12]

Debrecen's line-up against Budapest Honvéd in 2007

In the Hungarian National Championship I 2006-07 season Debrecen became again champion on the 28th match-day beating Rákospalotai EAC on home turf. Debrecen became the first non-Budapest team winning the Hungarian title for the third time in a row.[13][14]

András Herczeg's first trophy was won against Budapest Honvéd by 4–1 on aggregate.[15] The first leg finished 1-1 in the Bozsik Stadion. In the second leg Dzsudzsák scored twice, while the third goals was scored by Kiss.

In the UEFA Champions League 2007-08 season Debrecen entered in the second qualifying round. Debrecen faced with the Swedish champion Elfsborg. The Swedish club won the first leg by 1–0, while a goalless draw in Sweden was enough for Elfsborg to go through the third qulaifying round. Debreceni VSC were eliminated from the UEFA Champions League 1–0 on aggregate.

In the 2007–08 Nemzeti Bajnokság I season Debrecen finished second while MTK became first.[16][17] Debrecen won the Hungarian Cup in the 2007–08 season by beating Budapest Honvéd in the final 9-1 on aggregate.[18] Given the fact that Debrecen finished second in the Hungarian League and won the Hungarian Cup, the club qualified for the UEFA Cup 2008-09 season. Debrecen had to enter the first qualifying round.

Since Debrecen could not win the Hungarian Championship, they had to play in the UEFA Cup 2008-09. In the first round of the Central-East region they drew in Kazakhstan against Shakhter Karagandy 1–1, while in the second leg they beat the Kazakh team by 1–0. Debrecen qualifyied for the second round by 2-1 on aggregate. In the second round Debrecen faced with the Swiss Young Boys. In the first leg they lost 4–1 in Bern. In the second leg they lost 3-2 at home. Debrecen were eliminated from the UEFA Cup by 3-7 on aggregate.

Debrecen won the Hungarian National Championship I 2008–09 after beating their provincial rivals Diósgyőr 3-2 away. Debrecen became the most successful non-Budapest team in Hungary with four Hungarian Championship titles.[19][20]

On 15 July 2009 Debreceni VSC beat Kalmar FF 2–0 at home by the goals of Kiss and Varga.[21] In the away match Debrecen lost to the Swedish champion by 3–1, but they qualified for the next round because they won on away goals. In the third round of the Champions League Debrecen played their first match in Estonia against Levadia Tallinn on 29 July 2009. Debrecen won ths match thanks to the 70th-minute goal of Leandro. At home in Debrecen on 5 August 2009, the team beat the Estonian champion by 1–0. In the play-offs of the Champions League 2009–10 Debrecen faced with the Bulgarian champion Levski Sofia. The first match was played in Sofia on 19 August 2009, where Debrecen beat the Bulgarian club by 2–1. Although Levski Sofia scored an equalizer, Debrecen were able to respond with a goal which came in the 76th minute by Czvitkovics. Debrecen won the first leg of the play-off in Bulgaria. Debrecen beat Levski Sofia by 2–0 in front of 32,000 spectators and won 4–1 on aggregate. They were drawn in group E of the competition alongside Liverpool, Lyon and Fiorentina.[22] Debrecen played their first ever Champions League group match against Liverpool at Anfield. The only goal of the match was scored by Kuyt.[23] Although Debrecen were unable to get points from the group matches, their supporters could experience the atmosphere of the Champions League.

2010s[edit]

In 2010 Debrecen was competing for the title with Videoton In the last round the difference between the two teams were only one point. Videoton had to beat Győri ETO away, while Debreceni VSC had to beat Kecskeméti TE away. Neither Videoton nor Debrecen were able to win in the last round, therefore the difference remained one point. As a consequence, Debreceni VSC won the Hungarian National Championship I 2009–10 despite losing to Kecskeméti TE in the last round.[24] In 2010 Debrecen beat Zalaegerszegi TE in the Hungarian Cup final in the Puskás Ferenc Stadium by 3–2.[25]

In 2010 Debrecen beat Levadia Tallinn 4–3 on aggregate in the second round of the UEFA Champions League 2010–11.[26] In the third round they lost to FC Basel 5-1 on aggregate.[27] Debrecen were eliminated yet again. Debrecen consoled themselves in the UEFA Europa League 2010–11. Debrecen beat Litex Lovech 4-1 on aggregate reaching the group stages of the Europa League.[28] Debrecen were drawn in group I of the competition alongside PSV Eindhoven, Sampdoria, and Metalist Kharkiv. Debrecen finally obtained their first points in the Europa League. Péter Kabát's two goals were enough to beat Sampdoria by 2-0.[29] However, these three point were not enough to qualify for the knockout phase of the Europa League 2010-11.

Elemér Kondás was appointed as the new manager of the club on 20 April 2011. In the 2011–12 the team started with a seven consecutive wins. The record run was stopped by a draw against Siófok.[30] On 1 May 2012 Debrecen beat MTK Budapest on penalty shoot-out in the 2011–12 season of the Hungarian Cup final winning the trophy for the fifth time.[31] On 12 May 2012 Debrecen beat Pécs in the 28th round of the Hungarian League by 4-0 at the Oláh Gábor út Stadium which resulted the sixth Hungarian League title for the Hajdús.[32][33] Debrecen finished the 2011–12 season of the Hungarian League unbeaten with 22 victories and only 8 draws.

In the UEFA Champions League 2012–13 season Debrecen faced the Albanian champions Skënderbeu Korçë in the second round of the qualifiers. The first leg was played in Korçë and won by the Albanian champions 1-0,[34] while the second leg was played in Nyíregyháza (the home of Nyíregyháza Spartacus) since Stadion Oláh Gábor Út did not meet UEFA requirements. In the second leg Coulibaly scored twice, while Varga resulting the 3-1 victory on aggregate over Skënderbeu.[35] In the third round Debrecen faced the Belarus champions BATE Borisov. The first leg was played in Borisov and ended with Sidibe's two goals, one for Debrecen and a late own goal in the 93rd minute.[36] The second leg was won by the Belarus club 2-0 in Nyíregyháza which resulted the farewell of the club from the UEFA Champions League 2012–13 season.[37] Hungarian defender Nikolov was sent off in the 57th minute which resulted the breakdown of Debrecen. The adieu from the Champions League meant an entry to the play-offs of the UEFA Europa League 2012–13 season. Debrecen faced with the Belgian club Club Brugge who they met in the early 2000s. The first leg was played in Nyíregyháza and the match was won by Brugge 3–0.[38] Debrecen could withstand the attacks of the Belgian club until the expulsion of Luis Ramos in the 45th minute. In the second leg Debrecen lost 4–1[39] in the Jan Breydel Stadium, Brugge. Rezes's expulsion in the 40th minute resulted a hopeless second half for the club. Debrecen were eliminated 7–1 on aggregate.

On 22 May 2013, Győr could have double their success by winning the 2012–13 Magyar Kupa against Debrecen at the Bozsik Stadion, Budapest. Győr was winning by 1–0 thanks to the goal by Nemanja Andrić in the 19th minute but in the second half Debrecen's Adamo Coulibaly scored two goals which resulted Debrecen's victory over Győr in the Hungarian Cup final.[40]

On 18 July Debrecen played against Strømsgodset in the second qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League 2013–14 season. The first leg ended in a 2–2 tie in Drammen, Norway.[41] The second leg was played on 25 July 2013 at the Városi Stadion in Nyíregyháza since Debrecen's stadium was under construction. The match ended in a 3–0 loss for the local team.[42] Interestingly enough, the Hungarian Péter Kovács of Stromsgodset scored twice in the two-legged encounter.

Debrecen won the 2013–14 season of the Hungarian League.[43] As a consequence, Debrecen were eligible for entering the second round of the UEFA Champions League 2014–15 season. On 15 July 2014, the first leg ended with a goalless drew against Cliftonville at the Solitudein Belfast, Northern Ireland.[44]

In the 2014-15 Nemzeti Bajnokság I season, Debrecen finished fourth. [45] Debrecen were eligible for entering the 2015-16 UEFA Europa League season. In the first round, Debrecen beat 3-0 the Montenegrin FK Sutjeska Nikšić at the Nagyerdei Stadion on 2 July 2015.

Stadia[edit]

Debrecen played their home matches at Stadion Oláh Gábor Út between 1989 and 2014

Debrecen played their home matches between 1989 and 2014 at the Stadium Oláh Gábor út, which has a capacity of 12,500. After winning the first Nemzeti Bajnokság I trophy, it was found that the stadium did not meet UEFA stadium criteria. Therefore, the most important UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League matches had to be played either at the Ferenc Puskás Stadium as in 2009-10 UEFA Champions League group stage and the 2010-11 UEFA Europa League group stage.


Main article: Nagyerdei Stadion
Nagyerdei Stadion was opened in 2014

On 1 May 2014, the Nagyerdei stadium was opened with an inauguration ceremony. Viktor Orbán, Hungarian prime minister, said that "the Hungarian spirit, the architects, the engineers, the workers make Hungary a big country again with this constructions like the Nagyerdei stadium" (in Hungarian: "A magyar szellem, a tervezők, a mérnökök, a munkások ilyen alkotásokkal teszik ismét naggyá Magyarországot"). The stadium was also santificied by Nándor Bosák, bishop of the Roman Catholic Church, Gusztáv Bölcskei, minister, and Fülöp Kocsis, bishops of the Greek Catholic Church. After the sanctification, singers such as Lou Bega, Viktor Király, Ildikó Kersztes, Gigi Radić, and Erika Miklósa entertained the audience. The first match was played between the Debrecen All Stars and Hungary All Stars, including players such as Attila Pintér, current Hungary national football team coach, Kálmán Kovács, former Budapest Honvéd legend, Péter Lipcsei, former Ferencváros icon, György Véber, former Újpest icon and current Mezőkövesd manager, Imre Garaba, former Hungary international, Flórián Urbán, former Újpest legend, and Lajos Détári, former Hungary national team legend.[46]

On 10 May 2014, the first official match was played at the new stadium between Debrecen and Újpest in the 2013–14 Hungarian League season. The match ended with a 3-1 victory over the Budapest-based rival, Újpest. The first goal of the match was scored by Kulcsár in the 27th minute. Although Vasiljević equalised the score in the 37th minute, Debrecen were able to clinch the victory in the second half due to an own goal by Antón in the 46 minute and a goal by Vadnai in the 85th minute.[47][48]

On 22 May 2014, the first match of the Hungary national football team was played at the stadium in front of 20,000 spectators, which ended with a 2-2 draw against Denmark national football team. The first goal was scored by the former Debrecen player Dzsudzsák. Eriksen equalised the score in the 56th minute. The debutant Varga took the lead in the 69th minute again, but the score was equalised by Schöne in the 72nd minute.[49][50][51]

Name changes[edit]

  • 1902–12: Egyetértés Football Club
  • 1912–48: Debreceni Vasutas
  • 1948–49: Debreceni Vasutas Sport Egyesület
  • 1949–55: Debreceni Lokomotív
  • 1955–56: Debreceni Törekvés
  • 1957–79: Debreceni Vasutas Sport Club
  • 1979–89: Debreceni Munkás Vasutas Sport Club
  • 1989–95: Debreceni Vasutas Sport Club
  • 1995–99: DVSC-Epona
  • 1999–01: Debreceni VSC
  • 2001–02: Netforum-DVSC
  • 2002: Debreceni VSC
  • 2003–05: DVSC-MegaForce
  • 2005–06: DVSC-AVE Ásványvíz
  • 2006–: DVSC-TEVA

Supporters[edit]

Supporters of DVSC are mainly based in Debrecen, Hungary. However, the club is popular in all over Hungary. Club's main ultras group is Szívtiprók Ultras Debrecen (SZ.U.D.), which is the largest and oldest faction, founded in 1994. As of 2000, SZ.U.D started to divide itself, in factions of ultras outside Debrecen, such as SZ.U.D. Budapest, SZ.U.D. Nagyvárad and SZ.U.D. Hódmezővásárhely. Among smaller groups are considered Force Field, Red Territory and Vadmacskák, which are the oldest. However, since 2009, new ultras factions, such as Sziporkák, Debrecen Hooligans, Barrabrava Debrecen and others appeared. This while several, like North Side Hooligans were dissolved in early 2000s. Debrecen has fierce rivalries with Nyíregyháza, Békéscsaba and competitive rivalries with Ferencváros, Újpest and Videoton.

On 5 August 2014, UEFA issued sanctions against Debrecen, Romania's Steaua București and Slovenia's Maribor following racist behaviour by their fans during 2014–15 UEFA Champions League qualifying against Cliftonville, Strømsgodset and Zrinjski Mostar respectively. Debrecen shut sector B of their ground after fans showed an “illicit banner” during the match against Northern Ireland’s Cliftonville. [52]

Famous supporters[edit]

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 15 July, 2015. 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 Balázs Slakta
5 Hungary DF Péter Szilvási
6 Hungary MF László Zsidai
10 Slovenia MF Rene Mihelič
11 Hungary MF János Ferenczi
13 Hungary DF Pál Lázár
15 Hungary MF Bence Sós
16 Hungary FW Norbert Balogh
17 Hungary DF Norbert Mészáros
18 Hungary DF Péter Máté
21 Hungary DF Bence Ludánszki
22 Croatia GK Bozidar Radosevic
24 Estonia DF Igor Morozov
25 Serbia DF Dušan Brković
26 Senegal FW Ibrahima Sidibe
No. Position Player
27 Hungary MF Ádám Bódi
28 Hungary DF Zoltán Nagy
33 Hungary MF József Varga
44 Hungary FW Tibor Tisza
45 Serbia GK Nenad Novaković
53 Hungary MF Péter Berdó
55 Hungary MF Péter Szakály
66 Hungary FW Márk Szécsi
69 Hungary DF Mihály Korhut
70 Hungary FW Tamás Kulcsár
77 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Aleksandar Jovanović
87 Hungary GK István Verpecz
88 Hungary FW Zsolt Horváth
91 Netherlands FW Geoffrey Castillion

Out on loan[edit]

No. Position Player
23 Hungary FW Ádám Kovács (on loan at Hungary Soproni VSE)
No. Position Player

B squad[edit]

No. Position Player
Hungary GK Csaba Tóth
Hungary GK Gergő Szécsi
Hungary DF Dániel Kincses
Hungary DF Eduárd Tatár
Hungary DF Balázs Bényei
Hungary DF Csaba Kónya
Hungary DF Miklós Kovács
Hungary DF Dániel Böszörményi
Hungary DF István Albert
No. Position Player
Hungary MF Alex Engel
Hungary MF Szabolcs Len
Hungary MF Bendegúz Györky
Hungary MF Mátyás Gál
Hungary FW Norbert Angyal
Hungary FW Lajos András Tóth

Non-playing staff[edit]

Board of directors[edit]

Position Name
Chairman Hungary Gábor Szima
Chief Executive Hungary Sándor Szilágyi
Financial Director Hungary Géza Róka
Senior Independent Director Hungary Ferenc Frida
Independent Non-Executive Director Hungary János Képíró

Management[edit]

Position Name
Manager Hungary Elemér Kondás
Assistant Manager Hungary Tamás Sándor
First Team Coach Hungary Gábor Györki
Reserve Team Coach Hungary Tamás Szalánczi
Head of Debrecen Academy Hungary András Herczeg
Goalkeeping Coach Hungary Miklós Erdélyi
Club Doctor Hungary István Kraszits

Managers[edit]

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Season results[edit]

Domestic International Manager
League C LC SC
No. Season MP W D L GF–GA Dif. Pts. Pos. Competition Result
1. 1943–44 30 10 8 12 48–70 –22 28 12th  ? 1 2 Did not qualify Hungary Móré
3. 1945–46 5 26 12 5 9 62–48 +14 29 5th  ? Hungary Palotás, Hungary Orosz
1945–46 4 10 6 0 4 27–32 –5 12 7th  ? Hungary Palotás
4. 1946–47 30 13 4 13 57–70 –13 30 8th  ?
5. 1947–48 32 8 3 21 37–76 –39 19 16th  ? Hungary Markos
6. 1949–50 30 4 5 21 39–103 –64 13 16th  ? Hungary Palotás
7. 1960–61 26 7 5 14 33–61 –28 19 13th  ? Hungary Teleki
8. 1962–63 26 6 9 11 31–50 –19 21 12th  ? Hungary Magyar, Hungary Lyka
9. 1963 3 13 2 2 9 15–31 –16 6 14th  ? Hungary Lyka
10. 1964 26 5 4 17 24–54 –30 14 13th  ? Hungary Domán
11. 1979–80 34 8 14 12 39–45 –6 30 15th  ? Hungary Teleki
12. 1980–81 34 14 10 10 37–29 +8 38 6th  ?
13. 1981–82 34 13 8 13 46–55 –9 34 11th  ? Hungary Kovács
14. 1982–83 30 8 9 13 35–51 –16 25 15th  ?
15. 1984–85 30 11 8 11 35–33 +2 30 8th  ? Hungary Petróczi, Hungary Puskás
16. 1985–86 30 7 11 12 24–46 –22 25 13th  ? Hungary Puskás
17. 1986–87 30 8 12 10 31–37 –6 28 12th  ?
18. 1987–88 30 8 7 15 33–48 –15 23 15th  ? Hungary Vaczlavik
19. 1989–90 30 7 14 9 20–30 –10 35 14th  ? Hungary Temesvári
20. 1990–91 30 7 8 15 27–40 –13 22 15th  ? Hungary Szabó, Hungary Nagykapos
21. 1993–94 30 12 9 9 40–33 +7 33 7th QF Hungary Garamvölgyi
22. 1994–95 30 14 7 9 45–37 +8 49 3rd L16
23. 1995–96 30 14 6 10 49–40 +9 48 4th QF
24. 1996–97 34 14 10 10 55–38 +17 52 5th L32 Hungary Dunai
25. 1997–98 34 13 9 12 46–48 –2 48 9th L64 Hungary Garamvölgyi
26. 1998–99 34 14 7 13 53–39 +14 49 9th W Intertoto SF
27. 1999–00 32 14 8 10 52–41 +11 50 6th SF UEFA Cup 1R
28. 2000–01 36 13 5 18 58–64 –6 47 11th W Did not qualify Hungary Komjáti
29. 2001–02 38 9 17 12 47–53 –6 44 8th L16 UEFA Cup 1R Hungary Pajkos, Hungary Dajka
30. 2002–03 32 13 14 5 57–38 +19 53 3rd R Did not qualify Hungary Szentes
31. 2003–04 32 16 8 8 51–32 +19 56 3rd L32 UEFA Cup 3R
32. 2004–05 30 19 5 6 57–25 +32 62 1st L16 Intertoto 1R Hungary Szentes, Hungary Supka
33. 2005–06 30 20 8 2 69–34 +35 68 1st SF W Champions League 3QR Hungary Supka
34. 2006–07 30 22 3 5 63–21 +42 69 1st R W Champions League 2QR Hungary Supka, Czech Republic Beránek[55]
35. 2007–08 30 19 7 4 67–29 +38 64 2nd W R W Champions League 2QR Hungary Herczeg
36. 2008–09 30 21 5 4 70–29 +41 68 1st QF GS R UEFA Cup 2QR
37. 2009–10 30 20 2 8 63–37 +26 62 1st W W W Champions League GS
38. 2010–11 30 12 10 8 53–43 +10 46 5th L16 R W CL/EL 3QR/GS Hungary Herczeg, Czech Republic Ščasný,[56] Hungary Kondás
39. 2011–12 30 22 8 0 64–18 +46 74 1st W SF Did not qualify Hungary Kondás
40. 2012–13 30 14 4 12 47–36 +11 46 6th W QF R CL/EL 3QR/PO
41. 2013–14 30 18 8 4 66–33 +33 62 1st SF SF R Europa League 2QR
42. 2014–15 30 15 9 6 44-19 +25 54 4th L16 QF R CL/EL 3QR/PO
43. 2015–16 1 1 0 0 3-2 +1 3 2nd R16 Europa League
Σ 1243 507 310 426 1902–1796 +106 1661

Updated: 26.06.2015.

Notes
  • Note 1: Ligakupa not founded until 2007
  • Note 2: Szuperkupa not held until 1992
  • Note 3: autumn championship
  • Note 4: 1945–46 Play-off competition of places 1–5 of both competitions. (matches against teams in "own" class not played anymore)
  • Note 5: season was abandoned after four match days, and is not official
  • Note 6: Keleti csoport (Eastern division)

Other notes

  • dnq = Did not qualify for tournament.

Cup rounds - L64 (last 64), L32, L16, QF, SF, Runners-up, Winners

European cup history[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
1998 UEFA Intertoto Cup First round Belarus Dnepr 6–0 4–2 10–2
Second round Czech Republic Hradec Králové 0–0 1–1 1–1
Third round Germany Hansa Rostock 1–1 2–1 3–2
Semi–finals Poland Ruch Chorzów 0–3 0–1 0–4
1999–00 UEFA Cup First round Germany Wolfsburg 2–1 0–2 2–3
2001–02 UEFA Cup Qualifying round Moldova Nistru Otaci 3–0 0–1 3–1
First round France Bordeaux 3–1 1–5 4–6
2003–04 UEFA Cup Qualifying round Lithuania Ekranas 2–1 1–1 3–2
First round Croatia Varteks 3–2 3–1 6–3
Second round Greece PAOK 0–0 1–1 1–1
Third round Belgium Club Brugge 0–0 0–1 0–1
2004 UEFA Intertoto Cup First round Slovakia Spartak Trnava 4–1 0–3 4–4
2005–06 UEFA Champions League Second qualifying round Croatia Hajduk Split 3–0 5–0 8–0
Third qualifying round England Manchester United 0–3 0–3 0–6
2005–06 UEFA Cup First qualifying round Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk 0–2 1–4 1–6
2006–07 UEFA Champions League Second qualifying round Republic of Macedonia Rabotnički 1–1 1–4 2–5
2007–08 UEFA Champions League Second qualifying round Sweden Elfsborg 0–1 0–0 0–1
2008–09 UEFA Cup First qualifying round Kazakhstan Shakhter Karagandy 1–0 1–1 2–1
Second qualifying round Switzerland Young Boys 2–3 1–4 3–7
2009–10 UEFA Champions League Second qualifying round Sweden Kalmar FF 2–0 1–3 3–3
Third qualifying round Estonia Levadia Tallinn 1–0 1–0 2–0
Play-off round Bulgaria Levski Sofia 2–0 2–1 4–1
Group E England Liverpool 0–1 0–1 4th
France Lyon 0–4 0–4
Italy Fiorentina 3–4 2–5
2010–11 UEFA Champions League Second qualifying round Estonia Levadia Tallinn 3–2 1–1 4–3
Third qualifying round Switzerland Basel 0–2 1–3 1–5
2010–11 UEFA Europa League Play-off round Bulgaria Litex Lovech 2–0 2–1 4–1
Group I Ukraine Metalist Kharkiv 0–5 1–2 4th
Italy Sampdoria 2–0 0–1
Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 1–2 0–3
2012–13 UEFA Champions League Second qualifying round Albania Skënderbeu Korçë 3–0 0–1 3–1
Third qualifying round Belarus BATE Borisov 0–2 1–1 1–3
2012–13 UEFA Europa League Play-off round Belgium Club Brugge 0–3 1–4 1–7
2013–14 UEFA Europa League Second qualifying round Norway Strømsgodset 0–3 2–2 2–5
2014–15 UEFA Champions League Second qualifying round Northern Ireland Cliftonville 2–0 0–0 2–0
Third qualifying round Belarus BATE Borisov 1–0 1–3 2–3
2014–15 UEFA Europa League Play-off round Switzerland Young Boys 0–0 1–3 1–3
2015–16 UEFA Europa League First qualifying round Montenegro FK Sutjeska Nikšić 3–0 0–2 3–2
Second qualifying round Latvia Skonto 9–2 2–2 11–4
Third qualifying round Norway Rosenborg 2–3

Club record in UEFA competitions[edit]

As correct of 23 July 2015. [57]

  • Biggest win: 23/07/2015, Debrecen 9-2 Latvia Skonto FC, Nagyerdei Stadion, Debrecen
  • Biggest defeat: 16/09/2010, Debrecen 0-5 Ukraine FC Metalist Kharkiv, Ferenc Puskás Stadium, Budapest
  • Appearances in UEFA Champions League: 7
  • Appearances in UEFA Europa League: 9
  • Appearances in UEFA Intertoto Cup: 2
  • Player with most UEFA appearances: 48 Hungary Kiss
  • Top scorers in UEFA club competitions: 10 Senegal Sidibe

Record by country of opposition[edit]

  • Correct as of 23 July 2015
Country Pld W D L GF GA GD Win%
Albania Albania 2 1 0 1 3 1 +2 50.00
Belarus Belarus 6 3 1 2 13 6 +7 50.00
Belgium Belgium 4 0 1 3 1 8 -7 00.00
Bulgaria Bulgaria 4 4 0 0 8 2 +6 100.000
Croatia Croatia 4 4 0 0 14 3 +11 100.000
Czech Republic Czech Republic 2 0 2 0 1 1 +0 00.00
England England 4 0 0 4 0 8 -8 00.00
Estonia Estonia 4 3 1 0 6 3 +3 75.00
France France 4 1 0 3 4 14 -10 25.00
Germany Germany 4 2 1 1 5 5 +0 50.00
Greece Greece 2 0 2 0 1 1 +0 00.00
Italy Italy 4 1 0 3 7 10 -3 25.00
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 2 1 1 0 2 1 +1 50.00
Latvia Latvia 2 1 1 0 11 4 +7 50.00
Lithuania Lithuania 2 1 1 0 3 2 +1 50.00
Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 2 0 1 1 2 5 -3 00.00
Moldova Moldova 2 1 0 1 3 1 +2 50.00
Montenegro Montenegro 2 1 0 1 3 2 +1 50.00
Netherlands Netherlands 2 0 0 2 1 5 -4 00.00
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 2 1 1 0 2 0 +2 50.00
Norway Norway 2 0 1 1 2 5 -3 00.00
Poland Poland 2 0 0 2 0 4 -4 00.00
Slovakia Slovakia 2 1 0 1 4 4 +0 50.00
Sweden Sweden 4 1 1 2 3 4 -1 25.00
Switzerland Switzerland 4 0 0 4 4 12 -8 00.00
Ukraine Ukraine 6 0 1 5 3 16 -13 00.00
Totals 67 23 12 32 84 106 –22 34.33

P - Played; W - Won; D - Drawn; L - Lost


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Ferencváros
Hungarian football champions
2005–2007
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MTK
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MTK
Hungarian football cup winners
1999
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MTK
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Hungarian football cup winners
2001
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