|Full name||Márton Esterházy|
|Date of birth||9 April 1956|
|Place of birth||Budapest, Hungary|
|Height||1.82 m (5 ft 11 1⁄2 in)|
|1975–1976||III. Kerületi TVE|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Márton Esterházy (born 9 April 1956 in Budapest) is a retired Hungarian football player. He is a descendant of the Esterházy aristocratic family. After retiring, like his famous writer brother Péter Esterházy, he became a published author himself as well. He is also the head of the Hungarian Futsal Committee, and in February 2007 became a UEFA controller.
Márton played for Hungarian side Budapest Honvéd, until he was acquired by AEK Athens. His acquisition in the 1985 season was considered a great achievement for AEK Athens but, after two good years, he was released in the winter period of 1987 following a series of poor performances. He was picked up by Panathinaikos, failed to impress in the 1987 or 1988 season and was released in December 1988.
He scored 11 goals for the Hungarian national team, and was a participant at the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico, where Hungary failed to progress from the group stage. Esterházy scored the first goal in the 2–0 win against Canada.
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