FK Bodva Moldava nad Bodvou

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FK Bodva
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Full name FK Bodva Moldava nad Bodvou
Founded 1919
Ground Štadión Steel Slovakia aréna,
Moldava nad Bodvou
Ground Capacity 1,944
2015–16 3. liga (East), 16th (relegated)
Website Club website


FK Bodva Moldava nad Bodvou is a Slovak football team, based in the town of Moldava nad Bodvou. The club was founded in 1919.

History[edit]

FK Bodva Moldava nad Bodvou was initially founded in 1919. The founding members were the first club: Štefan Kocsor, Štefan Eperjesi, Štefan Pózmán, Gejza Benke, Viliam Öschläger, Ladislav Hübs, Juraj Lucz and others dedicated officers in pre-war years, such as: Štefan Dittel, Štefan Szmolnický, Gregor Bakacsi, Dr. Schürger. The first chairman was then chemist Július Blum and the first coach was the local Roman Catholic priest Štefan Eperjesi since 1925 - 1938. The first start in the competition organized football: 2 August 1937 PTVE Prešov - SZSC Moldava nad Bodvou 1:1. Team was accepted into the union and included in the competition for championship fights in the northern district MLSZ - Magyar Labdarúgó Szövetség. 29 April 1946 was founded a new club called "Športový klub Moldava nad Bodvou". Club plays its home games at the stadium Steel Slovakia aréna with a capacity of 2.500 seats. Before the 2. liga season 2012/2013 Moldava checked out from the competition due to financial problems.

Previous names[edit]

  • Szepsi Testedző kör
  • Moldavský telovýchovný spolok
  • Szepsi Sport Club
  • ŠK Moldava
  • Sokol NV Moldava
  • Slovan Moldava
  • Traktor Moldava
  • Dukla Moldava
  • Jednota Moldava
  • Jednota STS Moldava
  • TJ Jednota Moldava
  • 1. FC Moldava
  • TJ Tesla Moldava
  • TJ FC MSS Moldava
  • ŠK Bodva Moldava nad Bodvou
  • FK Bodva Moldava nad Bodvou

Recent squad[edit]

As of 30 May 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 Slovakia GK Martin Brza
2 Slovakia MF Martin Lukáč
3 Ukraine DF Bogdan Rudiuk
6 Ukraine MF Andrii Dzvonka
7 Slovakia MF Samuel Dzurik
8 Slovakia FW František Czingely
9 Ukraine MF Mykhailo Kalugin
9 Slovakia MF Dominik Ribár
10 Slovakia MF Anton Ribár (captain)
11 Ghana FW Emmanuel Mensah
No. Position Player
13 Slovakia FW Jakub Porvaz
14 Slovakia FW Nikolas Kompuš
16 Slovakia MF Vladimír Keresteš
17 Brazil FW Nathanael Henrique Vidotti Alves
18 Slovakia MF Martin Halčišák
23 Nigeria MF Lazarus Celestine Chukwuebuka
25 Slovakia GK Tibor Balázs
26 Slovakia DF Štefan Kuru
27 Slovakia DF Adam Kovács

Reserve team[edit]

Out on loan 2013–14[edit]

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

No. Position Player

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