|Full name||KFC Komárno|
|Founded||April 29, 1900
as Komáromi Labdarúgó Társaság
|Ground||Štadión KFC Komárno,
|Head coach||Peter Lérant|
|Website||Club home page|
The team was founded in 1900, 29 May as Komáromi Labdarúgó Társaság. After two years, in 1902 they adopted the name Komáromi Football Club (KFC). The historical KFC first match played on 29 July 1900 against Budapest Kistétény, the team lost 0–5, after half 0–1. The club is focused on the education of young talented players. Agile KFC club director Gyula Höltzl, so in 1904 organized the first ever football students match to the territory of the present Slovakia. One of the most successful pupil was Szilárd Németh former Slovak second highest topscorer (22 goals) of all time, second only to Róbert Vittek with (23 goals).
KFC Komárno supporters are called Gruppo Porcaccioni.
As of 17 March 2014 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Komárno.
- KFC KOMÁRNO 22.06.2011, futbalovekluby.sk
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