Ferencvárosi TC (women's handball)

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FTC-Rail Cargo Hungária
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Full name Ferencvárosi Torna Club
Short name FTC
Founded 1950
Arena Elek Gyula Aréna, Budapest
Capacity 1,300
Head coach Gábor Elek
League Nemzeti Bajnokság I
2014–2015 Nemzeti Bajnokság I, 1st
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Ferencvárosi Torna Club is a Hungarian women's handball team from Budapest, that is part of the multi-sports club Ferencvárosi TC. Nicknamed Fradi, the team plays in the Nemzeti Bajnokság I, the top level championship in Hungary. They are one of the most successful clubs in the country, having won eleven Hungarian championship and as many Hungarian cup titles. FTC also enjoy a good reputation in continental competitions: they lifted the EHF Cup Winners' Cup trophy in 1978, 2011,[1] and 2012,[2] and they were also crowned as the EHF Cup winners in 2006.[3] The team also reached the finals of the EHF Champions League two times, however, they fell short in both occasions.

The current name of the club is FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria due to sponsorship reasons.

Crest, colours, supporters[edit]

Kit manufacturers and Shirt sponsor[edit]

The following table shows in detail Ferencvárosi TC kit manufacturers and shirt sponsors by year:

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
adidas
2004–2005 T-Mobile
2005 Retz Bútor
2006 Retz Bútor / Budapest Bank
2006–2009 Budapest Bank
2009–2010
2010 Erima FŐTÁV Zrt. / Jógazdabank
2011 Rail Cargo Hungaria / FŐTÁV Zrt.
2011–2013 Rail Cargo Hungaria
2013–2014 Nike Rail Cargo Hungaria / Aegon
2014– Rail Cargo Hungaria / Aegon / Budapest

Team[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Squad for the 2017–18 season

Transfers[edit]

Transfers for the 2017-18 season

Staff members[edit]

  • Hungary Head Coach: Gábor Elek
  • Hungary Goalkeeping Coach: Norbert Duleba
  • Hungary Club Doctor: Attila Pavlik, MD
  • Hungary Masseur: Péter Pais

Honours[edit]

Domestic competitions[edit]

Nemzeti Bajnokság I (National Championship of Hungary)

  • Gold medal blank.svg Champions (12): 1966, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1993–94, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1999–00, 2001–02, 2006–07, 2014–15
  • Silver medal blank.svg Runners-up (18): 1963, 1967, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1992–93, 1998–99, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2005–06, 2008–09, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2015–16
  • Bronze medal blank.svg Third place (10): 1974, 1975, 1979, 1980, 1987, 1997–98, 2003–04, 2004–05, 2007–08, 2010–11

Magyar Kupa (National Cup of Hungary)

  • Gold medal with cup.svg Winners (12): 1967, 1970, 1972, 1977, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1996–97, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2016-17
  • Silver medal with cup.svg Finalist (11): 1963, 1973, 1978, 1986, 1997–98, 1998–99, 2006–07, 2009–10, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15

European competitions[edit]

EHF Champions League:

  • Runners-up (2): 1970-71, 2001–02
  • Semifinalists: 1996, 1997, 2001

EHF Cup Winners' Cup:

EHF Cup:

  • Winners (1): 2005-06
  • Semifinalists: 2004-05

EHF Champions Trophy:

  • Third Placed: 2002
  • Fourth Placed: 2006

Other tournaments[edit]

Recent seasons[edit]

In European competition[edit]

Source: kézitörténelem.hu

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
1967-68 Champions Cup* Round 1 East Germany SC Empor Rostock 7-4 5-10 12–14
1969-70 Champions Cup* Round 1 East Germany SC Leipzig 8-7 10-19 18–26
1970-71 Champions Cup*
Silver medal blank.svg Finalist
1/8-finals East Germany SC Leipzig 16-9 7-11 23–20
1/4-finals Iceland Fram Reykjavik 21-5 19-5 40–10
1/2-finals Denmark HG København 14-7 4-9 18–16
Final Soviet Union Spartak Kyiv 9–11
1972-73 Champions Cup* 1/8-finals East Germany SC Leipzig 8-9 7-11 15–20
1977-78 Cup Winners' Cup
Gold medal blank.svg Winner
1/8-finals Austria Admira Landhaus Wien 22-5 27-9 49–14
1/4-finals France EC Bordeaux 39-11 25-14 64–25
1/2-finals Czechoslovakia Inter Bratislava 29-11 19-20 48–31
Final East Germany SC Leipzig 18–17
1978-79 Cup Winners' Cup
Silver medal blank.svg
Finalist
1/8-finals Norway Skoger IL 28-13 18-10 46–23
1/4-finals Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia RK Osijek 14-17 19-13 33–30
1/2-finals Soviet Union Žalgiris Kaunas 19-13 14-17 33–30
Finals East Germany TSC Berlin 15-20 15-20 30–40
1993-94 Cup Winners' Cup
Silver medal blank.svg
Finalist
1/8-finals Turkey Anadolu Uni. Eskişehir 42-17 24-17 66–34
1/4-finals Poland EB Start Elbląg 25-20 20-21 45–41
1/2-finals Romania Silcotex Zalău 23-13 17-18 40–31
Finals Germany TuS Walle Bremen 23-21 21-24 44–45
1994-95 Champions League 1/8-finals Ukraine Motor Zaporizhia 24-20 19-20 43–40
Champions League
(Group B)
Croatia Podravka Koprivnica 26–24 21–21 3rd
Germany TuS Walle Bremen 21–22 23–25
Netherlands Visa Swift Roermond 21–17 23–20
1995-96 Champions League 1/16-finals Russia Rotor Volgograd 23-16 24-26 47–42
1/8-finals France ASPTT Metz 31-18 25-21 56–39
Champions League
(Group B)
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 18–18 21–24 2nd
Denmark Viborg HK 26–22 25–24
Romania Râmnicu Vâlcea 29–23 26–26
1996-97 Champions League 1/16-finals Portugal Club Sports da Madeira 23-18 38-13 61–31
Champions League
(Group D)
Germany TuS Walle Bremen 27–16 26–18 1st
Slovenia Krim Ljubljana 27–24 20–22
Greece GAS Anagennisi Artas 42–16 33–21
1/4-finals Norway Byåsen Trondheim 26-21 20-20 46–41
1/2-finals Denmark Viborg HK 19-23 24-27 43–50
1997-98 Champions League 1/16-finals Cyprus Kefalovrysos Kythreas 82-9 69-7 151–16
Champions League
(Group B)
Spain Mar El Osito L'Eliana 28–31 23–30 3rd
Slovenia Krim Electa Ljubljana 23–25 24–32
France ASPTT Metz HB 28–20 21–21
1998-99 Cup Winners' Cup 1/16-finals Netherlands Zeeman Vastgoed-SEW 32-12 30-17 62–29
1/8-finals Norway Larvik HK 33-24 23-33 56–57
1999-00 Champions League 1/16-finals Switzerland TSV St.Otmar St.Gallen 46-14 39-17 85–31
Champions League
(Group A)
Denmark Viborg HK 34–26 21–27 2nd
France ASPTT Metz HB 27–24 19–20
Republic of Macedonia Kometal D. P. Skopje 31–23 24–29
1/4-finals Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 27-23 21-29 48–52
2000-01 Champions League Group Matches
(Group B)
Germany TV Giessen-Lützellinden 32–19 30–24 2nd
Spain Ferrobús KU Mislata 32–24 27–29
Norway Bækkelagets SK 33–23 21–23
1/4-finals Russia Volgograd Aqua 30-22 17-22 47–44
1/2-finals Denmark Viborg HK A/S 21-22 21-24 42–46
2001-02 Champions League
Silver medal blank.svg Finalist
Round 2 Germany TV Giessen-Lützellinden 32-25 24-29 56–54
Group Matches
(Group C)
Denmark Viborg HK A/S 29–23 30–34 2nd
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 27–25 32–33
Spain Ferrobús KU Mislata 30–26 31–31
1/4-finals Poland MKS Montex Lublin 25-23 31-32 56–55
1/2-finals Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bud. Brillant Podgorica 32-32 32-31 64–63
Finals Republic of Macedonia Kometal D. P. Skopje 27-25 22-26 49–51
2002-03 Champions League Group Matches
(Group B)
Denmark Viborg HK A/S 32–20 26–34 2nd
Norway Nordstrand 2000, Oslo 35–22 33–31
Germany HC Leipzig 35–27 31–27
1/4 Final Spain El Osito L'Eliana Valencia 34-32 26-35 60–67
2003-04 Champions League Qual. Round 2 Greece GAS Anagennisi Artas 38-24 25-30 63–54
Group Matches
(Group D)
Spain Alsa Elda Prestigio 30–26 24–29 2nd
Norway Larvik HK 29–26 22–29
Poland KS Bystrzyca Lublin 32–24 28–27
1/4 Final Denmark Slagelse FH 30-28 25-32 55–60
2004-05 EHF Cup Round 3 Sweden Önnereds HK 43-21 38-27 81–48
1/8 Final Greece GAS Anagennisi Artas 40-33 44-21 84–54
1/4 Final Denmark GOG Gudme 31-30 32-32 63–62
1/2 Final Hungary Cornexi Alcoa 29-31 31-30 60–61
2005-06 EHF Cup
Gold medal blank.svg Winner
Round 3 Portugal Madeira Andebol SAD 46-26 33-22 79–48
1/8 Final Turkey Ankara Havelsan 42-29 46-32 88–61
1/4 Final Denmark GOG Svendborg Gudme 31-23 29-30 60–53
1/2 Final Ukraine HC Motor Zaporozhye 24-23 27-27 51–50
Final Croatia Podravka Vegeta, Koprivnica 37-36 33-32 70–68
2006-07 Champions League Qual. Round 2 Romania C.S. Rulmentul Braşov 30-24 29-30 59–54
Group Matches
(Group D)
Austria Hypo Niederösterreich 34–36 30–32 3rd
CWC
Republic of Macedonia RK Kometal Gjorče Petrov 31–28 28–31
Denmark Slagelse DT 26–34 28–27
2006-07 Cup Winners' Cup 1/4 Final Denmark GOG Svendborg TGI Gudme 28-19 29-29 57–48
1/2 Final Romania C.S. Oltchim RM Valcea 27-28 23-36 50–64
2007-08 Champions League Group Matches
(Group D)
Montenegro Budućnost T-Mobile 36–28 19–22 4th
Denmark Viborg HK A/S 30–37 30–39
Romania C.S. Oltchim Rm. Vâlcea 22–32 28–34
2008-09 EHF Cup Round 2 Slovakia HK Slovan Duslo Šaľa 41-23 26-31 67–54
Round 3 Portugal Madeira Andebol SAD 38-29 33-25 71–54
1/8 Final Russia Dinamo Volgograd 29-35 0-0 29–35
2009-10 Champions League Qual. Tournament 2
(Group 3)
Ukraine HC Smart 27-24 2nd
EHF
Denmark FCK Håndbold 20-31
Switzerland LC Brühl Handball 34-21
2009-10 EHF Cup Round 3 Denmark Randers HK A/S 25-30 27-33 52–63
2010-11 Cup Winners' Cup
Gold medal blank.svg Winner
Round 3 Slovakia Banovsky HK Gabor 53-26 32-26 85–52
Last 16 Denmark Viborg HK 33-32 33-34 66–66 (a)
Quarter Final France Toulon Saint-Cyr Var Handball 37-26 23-24 60–50
Semi Finals France Metz Handball 27-29 31-27 58–56
Finals Spain C.B. Mar Alicante 34-29 23-23 57–52
2011-12 Cup Winners' Cup
Gold medal blank.svg Winner
Round 2 Austria Union Korneuburg 51-18 44-23 95–41
Round 3 Netherlands Westfriesland SEW 38-21 34-19 72–40
Last 16 Russia Rostov-Don 32-23 22-23 54–46
Quarter Final Russia Zvezda Zvenigorod 32-24 35-31 67–55
Semi Finals Russia Dinamo Volgograd 34-26 35-38 69–64
Finals Denmark Viborg HK 31-30 31-30 62–60
2012-13 Champions League Qual. Tournament / WC Slovakia IUVENTA Michalovce 31-22 40-26 71–48
Group Matches
(Group C)
Norway Larvik HK 28–24 23–30 2nd
Sweden IK Sävehof 31–28 34–32
Russia Dinamo Volgograd 30–28 37–21
Main Round
(Group 2)
Romania Oltchim Rm. Vâlcea 23–30 23–22 3rd
Russia Zvezda Zvenigorod 35–34 27–30
Slovenia RK Krim Ljubljana 30–26 25–31
2013-14 Champions League Qual. Tournament / SF Croatia RK Lokomotiva Zagreb 26-23
Qual. Tournament / F Hungary Érd 31-24
Group Matches
(Group B)
Montenegro Budućnost 27–25 21–29 3rd
CWC
Denmark FC Midtjylland 25–26 23–32
Poland MKS Selgros Lublin 40–25 26–24
2013-14 Cup Winners' Cup Last 16 Norway Tertnes Bergen 40-30 33-27 73–57
Quarter Final Denmark Viborg HK 31-26 32-40 63–66
2014-15 Champions League Qual. Tournament / SF Netherlands SERCODAK Dalfsen 33-25
Qual. Tournament / F Germany HC Leipzig 34-34 (4-5 p) ↓ CWC
2014-15 Cup Winners' Cup Round 3 Serbia ŽORK Jagodina 40-23 35-31 75–44
Last 16 Norway Tertnes Bergen 44-27 41-26 85–53
Quarter Final Germany HSG Blomberg-Lippe 34-25 33-33 67–58
Semi Finals Denmark FC Midtjylland 23-30 29-31 52–61
2015-16 Champions League Group Matches
(Group B)
Germany Thüringer HC 32–28 30–27 1st
Croatia RK Podravka Koprivnica 28–16 27–24
France Fleury Loiret Handball 36–23 28–28
Main Round
(Group 1)
Russia Rostov-Don 29–29 21–23 3rd
Norway Larvik 30–27 31–37
Romania HCM Baia Mare 21–18 24–32
Quarter Final Hungary Győri Audi ETO KC 18-31 23-40 41–71
2016-17 Champions League Group Matches
(Group B)
Republic of Macedonia ŽRK Vardar 24–37 27–27 2nd
Russia Astrakhanochka 32–23 33–28
Germany HC Leipzig 26–22 30–17
Main Round
(Group 1)
Montenegro Budućnost 23-24 33-25 2nd
France Metz Handball 29-23 28-25
Germany Thüringer HC 32-24 29-29
Quarter Final Romania CSM București 26-27 25-30 51–57

Notable players[edit]

Former coaches[edit]

Ferencvárosi TC II[edit]

Ferencvárosi TC II is the junior team of Ferencvárosi TC women's handball club. They compete in the Nemzeti Bajnokság I/B, the second-tier league in Hungary. Although they play in the same league system as their senior team, rather than a separate league, they are ineligible for promotion to the Nemzeti Bajnokság I, since junior teams cannot play in the same division as their senior side.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hungarians celebrate in Spain". European Handball Federation. 15 May 2011. Retrieved 17 May 2011. 
  2. ^ "Hungarian triumph in EHF Women's Cup Winners' Cup". European Handball Federation. 13 May 2012. Retrieved 14 May 2012. 
  3. ^ "2005/06 Women's EHF Cup Final". European Handball Federation. Retrieved 1 February 2011. 
  4. ^ "Magyar bajnokság NB1 - női" (in Hungarian). kezitortenelem.hu. 

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