MFK Snina

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MFK Snina
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Full name MFK Snina
Nickname(s) Poľ'janki
Founded 1927; 91 years ago (1927)
as ŠK Snina
Ground Mestský futbalový štadión,
Snina
Ground Capacity 6000 (1200 seats)
Chairman Ukraine Vladimir Khyzhky
Manager Slovakia František Hanc
League 3. liga
2015–16 13th[1]
Website Club website


MFK Snina is a Slovak football team, based in the town of Snina.[2] The club was founded in 1927.[3]

Clubname history[edit]

  1. 1927 - ŠK Snina
  2. 1945 - Sokol Snina
  3. 1948 - Drevokombinát Snina
  4. 1951 - Kovo Snina
  5. 1952 - Spartak Snina
  6. 1955 - Spartak Vihorlat Snina
  7. 1991 - FC Vihorlat Snina
  8. 1995–present - MFK Snina

Current squad[edit]

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 Rudolf Rozhyk
2 Slovakia DF Ján Holič
3 Slovakia DF František Hanc
4 Slovakia DF Róbert Ruhlis
5 Slovakia DF Ján Kopáč
6 Slovakia FW Štefan Pčola
7 Slovakia MF Peter Hišem
8 Slovakia MF Radovan Tomčák
9 Slovakia FW Marek Lukáč
10 Slovakia FW Lukáš Bednár
11 Slovakia MF Juraj Popovič
No. Position Player
13 Slovakia DF Marián Regula
14 Slovakia MF Matúš Štofík
15 Slovakia DF Ján Wiener
16 Slovakia MF Eduard Drančák
17 Slovakia DF Marián Pčola
18 Slovakia FW Marek Budi
19 Slovakia DF Peter Krajník
22 Slovakia DF Samuel Lojka
21 Slovakia GK Miloš Lojka
-- Slovakia MF Maroš Červeňák

Notable players[edit]

Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for MFK.

Past (and present) players who are the subjects of Wikipedia articles can be found here.