|Date of birth||29 April 1959|
|Place of birth||Nyíregyháza, Hungary|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|1978–1979||Bem József SE|
|1988–1990||UD Las Palmas||82||(12)|
|1993–1994||BVSC Budapest (assistant coach)|
|1999–2001||BKV Előre SC|
|2001–2003||Hungary (assistant coach)|
|2011–2012||Puskás Akadémia U18|
|2014||Hungary U21 (caretaker)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of June 1995|
European Champions' Cup
In the season 1980–81, he participated into the European Champions' Cup with Budapest Honved where they reached the second round of the competition where they were beaten by Real Madrid by a 3-0 aggregate scoreline.
He participated in the 1986 World Cup, which turned out a major disaster for Hungarian football – mainly because of the 0-6 defeat against the Soviet Union – and for Dajka in particular, having scored an own goal in the particular match.
He was particularly well known for headers, scoring a great number of his goals that way.
He has lately coached several Hungarian teams.
- László Dajka at FootballDatabase.eu
- NB I (in Hungarian)
- Zea. A & Haisma. M. 2008. European Champions' Cup 1980-81 - Details
- Magyar Version of Wikipedia (in Hungarian)
- Haisma. M. 2004. UEFA Intertoto Cup 2004 - Details
- UEFA. 2002. Survival not enough for Dajka
- UEFA. 2004. All Change in Hungary
- UEFA. 2005. Football Europe: Katan answers West Ham Call
- Budapest Honved FC. Bajnokok Valogatottak
- Balafon FC official Website. 2004. Results of the championship 2003-2004