Magyar Kupa (women's handball)

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Magyar Kupa (English: Hungarian Cup) is the main domestic cup for Hungarian women's team handball clubs, which is organized and supervised by the Hungarian Handball Federation. The competition is held annually, starting in September and concluding in April. The teams play in a one-leg knockout system with a final four tournament in the end. The winner of the Hungarian cup get the right to participate in the next year's EHF Cup Winners' Cup, unless they secure a place in the EHF Champions League. If happens so, then the runners-up take the opportunity to represent Hungary in the forthcoming continental event for cup winners.

Winners[edit]

In 1954 and 1955 the cup was held on a grand scale. In 1983 they played two series (in February and December). In 1967, 1968, 1985 and 1986 the finals were played only in the following year. Previous cup winners are:[1]

Finals[edit]

The following table contains all the finals from the sixty years long history of the Magyar Kupa. In some occasions, there was not held a final match but a final tournament. In these cases, the team with the most total points have been crowned as cup winners.

Key
(R) Replay
aet Match went to extra time
p Match decided by a penalty shootout after extra time
double-dagger Winning team won the Double
Finals of Hungarian Cup
No. Season Gold medal with cup.svg Winners Score Silver medal with cup.svg Runners-up Hall Date of final(s)
1st 1951 Magyar Posztó 5–4 Bp. Postás Sports Hall Court, Budapest 21 October 1951
2nd 1952 Magyar Posztó 7−6 (aet) Vörös Meteor Sports Hall Court, Budapest 6 September 1952
3rd 1953 Vörös Meteor 7–5 Magyar Posztó Baross street, Budapest 4 July 1953
1954 Vörös Meteor 5–4 Ferencváros Üllői str., Budapest 28 August 1954
1955 Ferencváros 7–6 MTK Budapest Sport str., Budapest 20 August 1955
4th 1956 Bp. Szikra 7–5 MTK Budapest Sports Hall Court, Budapest 8 July 1956
No Competitions Held
5th 1963 Bp. Spartacus 6–5 Ferencváros Kisstadion, Budapest 17 August 1963
6th 1964 Goldberger 7–6 Bp. Postás Tüzér str., Budapest 20 December 1964
7th 1965 Testnevelési Egyetem 12–7 Ózd Tüzér str., Budapest 19 December 1965
8th 1966 Testnevelési Egyetem 9–7 Pécs Játékcsarnok, Budapest 18 December 1966
9th 1967 Ferencváros 9–8 Goldberger Játékcsarnok, Budapest 21 January 1968
10th 1968 Bp. Spartacus 8−7 (aet) Ózd Játékcsarnok, Budapest 26 January 1969
11th 1969 Vasas 9–8 Bp. Spartacus Játékcsarnok, Budapest 27 December 1969
12th 1970 Ferencváros 14–8 Vasas Üllői str., Budapest 20 August 1970
13th 1971 Vasas 10–8 Tatabánya Tímár str., Budapest 19 August 1971
14th 1972 Ferencváros 15–12 Bp. Spartacus Játékcsarnok, Budapest 16 December 1972
15th 1973 Veszprém (5p) 4 roundmatches Ferencváros (4p) Tata 20 November 1973
16th 1974 Vasas 13–8 Veszprém Tímár str., Budapest 20 August 1974
No Competitions Held
17th 1976 Vasas 19–13 Csepel Municipal Sports Hall, Szeged 11 April 1976
18th 1977 Ferencváros (10p) 4 roundmatches Vasas (9p) Home and Away matches 20 February 1977
19th 1978 Vasas (12p) 4 roundmatches Ferencváros (8p) Home and Away matches 4 April 1978
20th 1979 Vasas (19p) 6 roundmatches Bp. Spartacus (16p) Home and Away matches 3 April 1979
21st 1980 Vasas (12p) 4 roundmatches Bp. Spartacus (5p) Home and Away matches 6 January 1980
22nd 1981 Vasas 41–32
20–13 / 21–19
Bp. Spartacus Kőér str., Budapest
Fáy str., Budapest
30 January 1981
1 February 1981
23rd 1982 Vasas (10p) 6 roundmatches Építők (6p) Home and Away matches 7 February 1982
24th 1983 mar. Vasas (15p) 6 roundmatches Építők (12p) Home and Away matches 2 February 1983
25th 1983 dec. Veszprém (8p) 3 roundmatches Debreceni VSC (2p) Home and Away matches 13 December 1983
26th 1984 Vasas (19p) 6 roundmatches Bp. Spartacus (15p) Home and Away matches 19 December 1984
27th 1985 Debreceni VSC 45–31
13–17 / 22–14
Ferencváros Népliget, Budapest
Municipal Sports Hall, Debrecen
19 January 1986
21 January 1986
28th 1986 Vasas 50–44
27–18 / 23–26
Debreceni VSC Fáy str., Budapest
Municipal Sports Hall, Debrecen
20 February 1987
27 February 1987
29th 1987 Debreceni VSC 54–44
23–22 / 31–22
Vasas Municipal Sports Hall, Debrecen
Fáy str., Budapest
17 September 1987
23 September 1987
30th 1988 Bp. Spartacus 59–44
24–26 / 35–18
Debreceni VSC Municipal Sports Hall, Debrecen
Kőér str., Budapest
4 May 1988
11 May 1988
31st 1988–89 Debreceni VSC 42–35
22–15 / 20–20
Építők Municipal Sports Hall, Debrecen
Népliget, Budapest
18 May 1989
21 May 1989
32nd 1989–90 Debreceni VSC 42–40
21–20 / 21–20
Építők Municipal Sports Hall, Debrecen
Népliget, Budapest
4 June 1990
10 June 1990
33rd 1990–91 Debreceni VSC 48–46
30–25 / 18–21
BHG Municipal Sports Hall, Debrecen
Hauszmann Alajos str., Budapest
4 June 1991
6 June 1991
34th 1991–92 Építők 28–27
9–10 / 19–17
Vasas Fáy str., Budapest
Népliget, Budapest
8 April 1992
15 April 1992
35th 1992–93 Ferencváros 12–8 Vasas Népfürdő str., Budapest 5 May 1993
36th 1993–94 Ferencváros 49–35
19–20 / 30–15
Dunaferr Municipal Sports Hall, Dunaújváros
Népliget, Budapest
15 June 1994
17 June 1994
37th 1994–95 Ferencváros 54–35
29–18 / 25–17
Vasas Népliget, Budapest
Fáy str., Budapest
24 May 1995
27 May 1995
38th 1995–96 Ferencváros 52–40
28–15 / 24–25
Debreceni VSC Népliget, Budapest
Municipal Sports Hall, Debrecen
16 May 1996
22 May 1996
39th 1996–97 Ferencváros 41–35
20–20 / 21–15
Vasas Fáy str., Budapest
Kőbányai str., Budapest
1 June 1997
2 June 1997
40th 1997–98 Dunaferr 23–23 (3-1 p) Ferencváros Municipal Sports Hall, Szekszárd 24 April 1998
41st 1998–99 Dunaferr 31–25 Ferencváros Municipal Sports Hall, Dunaújváros 6 June 1999
42nd 1999–00 Dunaferr 29–17 Győri ETO Municipal Sports Hall, Vác 28 May 2000
43rd 2000–01 Ferencváros 27–18 Debreceni VSC Imre Hódos Sports Hall, Debrecen 1 June 2001
44th 2001–02 Dunaferr 24–24 (4-2 p) Győri ETO Kőbányai str., Budapest 14 June 2002
45th 2002–03 Ferencváros 31–25 Dunaferr Municipal Sports Hall, Pápa 11 June 2003
46th 2003–04 Dunaferr 33–27 Győri ETO Mihály Magvassy Sports Hall, Győr 3 April 2004
47th 2004–05 Győri ETO 26–24 Dunaferr Mihály Magvassy Sports Hall, Győr 3 April 2005
48th 2005–06 Győri ETO 28–23 Fehérvár SZIE Sports Hall, Gödöllő 1 April 2006
49th 2006–07 Győri ETO 35–28 Ferencváros SYMA Centre, Budapest 8 April 2007
50th 2007–08 Győri ETO 30–20 Dunaferr Mihály Magvassy Sports Hall, Győr 13 April 2008
51st 2008–09 Győri ETO 32–27 Debreceni VSC Mihály Magvassy Sports Hall, Győr 5 April 2009
52nd 2009–10 Győri ETO 33–20 Ferencváros Mihály Magvassy Sports Hall, Győr 28 February 2010
53rd 2010–11 Győri ETO 29–21 Debreceni VSC Mihály Magvassy Sports Hall, Győr 3 April 2011
54th 2011–12 Győri ETO 42–22 Békéscsabai Előre Mihály Magvassy Sports Hall, Győr 22 April 2012
55th 2012–13 Győri ETO 36–28 Ferencváros Veszprém Aréna, Veszprém 26 May 2013
56th 2013–14 Győri ETO 34–29 Ferencváros OBO Aréna, Dabas 26 April 2014
57th 2014–15 Győri ETO 29–23 Ferencváros Audi Aréna, Győr 29 March 2015
58th 2015–16 Győri ETO 33–27 Érd Municipal Sports Hall, Szigetszentmiklós 1 May 2016
59th 2016–17 Ferencváros 29–29 (5-3 p) Győri ETO István Messzi Sports Hall, Kecskemét 2 April 2017
60th 2017–18 Győri ETO 27–23 Érd László Papp Sports Arena, Budapest 1 April 2018
61st 2018–19 Győri ETO 32−29 Ferencváros Főnix Hall, Debrecen 16 March 2019

Performances[edit]

By club[edit]

The performance of various clubs is shown in the following table:

Club Titles Runners-up Winning years
Győri ETO [n 1]
14
4
2004–05, 2005–06, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14,
2014–15, 2015–16, 2017–18, 2018–19
Ferencváros [n 2]
12
12
1967, 1970, 1972, 1977, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1996–97, 2000–01,
2002–03, 2016–17
Vasas [n 3]
12
7
1969, 1971, 1974, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 feb.,
1984, 1986
Debreceni VSC [n 4]
5
7
1985, 1987, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1990–91
Dunaújvárosi Kohász [n 5]
5
4
1997–98, 1998–99, 1999–00, 2001–02, 2003–04
Bp. Spartacus
3
6
1963, 1968, 1988
Magyar Posztó [n 6]
2
2
1951, 1952
Veszprém [n 7]
2
1
1973, 1983 dec.
Testnevelési Egyetem
2
0
1965, 1966
Építők [n 8]
1
4
1991–92
Vörös Meteor [n 9]
1
1
1953
Goldberger [n 10]
1
1
1964
Bp. Szikra [n 11]
1
0
1956
Bp. Postás
2
-
Ózd
2
-
Érd
2
-
MTK Budapest [n 12]
1
-
Tatabánya
1
-
Pécs [n 13]
1
-
Csepel
1
-
BHG
1
-
Fehérvár [n 14]
1
-
Békéscsabai Előre
1
-

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Includes Győri Vasas, Győri Vasas ETO, Győri Keksz ETO, Győri Graboplast ETO KC and Győri Audi ETO KC.
  2. ^ Includes Bp. Kinizsi, Herz-FTC, Spectrum-FTC, FTC-Polgári Bank, Budapest Bank-FTC, FTC-RightPhone and FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria.
  3. ^ Includes Vasas SC-Citadella Night Club, Vasas SC-Dreher and Vasas SC.
  4. ^ Includes Debreceni MVSC, DVSC-Symphonia, DVSC-Valdor, DVSC-Aquaticum and DVSC-Korvex.
  5. ^ Includes Dunaferr SE, Dunaferr NK and Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA.
  6. ^ Includes VL Magyar Posztó and Magyar Posztó SE.
  7. ^ Includes Bakony Vegyész and Veszprém Barabás KC.
  8. ^ Includes Építők SC and Hargita KC.
  9. ^ Includes VM Közért.
  10. ^ Includes VL Keltex, VL Goldberger and Kelenföldi Goldberger SE.
  11. ^ Includes Bp. Szikra, Kőbányai Lombik, Bp. Gumiipari SC and BRESC.
  12. ^ Includes Bp. Vörös Lobogó.
  13. ^ Includes Pécsi Dózsa, Pécsi Bányász and Pécsi MSC.
  14. ^ Includes Cornexi-Alcoa HSB Holding and Alba Fehérvár KC.

By county[edit]

County Titles Winning Clubs
Coa Hungary Town Budapest big.svg Budapest
35
Vasas (12), Ferencváros (12), Spartacus (3), Magyar Posztó (2), TF (2), Építők (1), Vörös Meteor (1), Goldberger (1), Szikra (1)
HUN Győr-Moson-Sopron megye COA.png Győr-Moson-Sopron
14
Győri ETO (14)
HUN Hajdú-Bihar COA.svg Hajdú-Bihar
5
Debreceni VSC (5)
HUN Fejér megye COA.png Fejér
1
Dunaferr * (5)
Coa Hungary County Veszprém.svg Veszprém
2
Veszprém (2)
  • The bolded teams are currently playing in the 2018-19 season of the Hungarian League.

Dunaferr* as Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA

Statistics[edit]

Records in the Final[edit]

  • Most wins: 14
    • Győri ETO (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019)
  • Most consecutive titles: 12
    • Győri ETO (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)
  • Most consecutive appearances: 15
    • Győri ETO (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 - winning fourteen)
  • Most appearances: 24
    • Ferencváros (1963, 1967, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1977, 1978, 1985, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2019 )
  • Biggest win:
  • Most goals in a final: 64
  • Most goals by a losing side: 29
  • Most defeats: 12
    • Ferencváros (1963, 1973, 1978, 1985, 1998, 1999, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2019)

Finals venues and host cities[edit]

  • In the list below are included all the stadiums, inclusive the stadiums from finals with 2 legs.
Matches played City Venue Last final
7
Győr Magvassy Mihály Sportcsarnok Győr
2012
6
Debrecen Városi Sportcsarnok
1991
6
Budapest Fáy utca
1997
5
Budapest Játékcsarnok
1972
4
Budapest Népligeti Faház, Népliget
1996
3
Budapest Sportcsarnoki pálya
1956
2
Budapest Tüzér utca
1965
2
Budapest Kőér utca
1988
2
Budapest Építők csarnok
1992
2
Budapest Kőbányai út
2002
2
Dunaújváros Városi sportcsarnok
1999
1
Budapest Baross utca
1953
1
Budapest Üllői út
1954
1
Budapest Sport utca
1955
1
Budapest Kisstadion
1963
1
Budapest Tímár utca
1974
1
Budapest Hauszmann Alajos utca
1991
1
Budapest Népfürdő utca
1993
1
Budapest SYMA Csarnok
2007
1
Budapest László Papp Budapest Sports Arena
2018
1
Dabas Dabasi Sportcsarnok
2014
1
Debrecen Hódos Imre Sportcsarnok
2001
1
Gödöllő Szent István Egyetem Sportcsarnok
2006
1
Győr Audi Aréna Győr
2015
1
Kecskemét Messzi István Sportcsarnok
2017
1
Pápa Városi Sportcsarnok
2003
1
Szekszárd Városi Sportcsarnok
1998
1
Szigetszentmiklós Városi Sportcsarnok
2016
1
Vác Városi Sportcsarnok
2001

Sponsorship[edit]

Period Sponsor Name
– 2004/05 Halászi Takarék Halászi Takarék Magyar kupa
2005/06 Suzuki Benkő Suzuki Benkő Magyar kupa
2006/07 No main sponsor Magyar kupa
2007/08 Halászi Takarék Halászi Takarék Magyar kupa
2008/09 – 2011/12 Duna Takarék Duna Takarék női Magyar kupa
2012/13 No main sponsor Magyar kupa
2013/14 Ringroup Ringroup Magyar kupa
2014/15 No main sponsor Török Bódog női Magyar kupa
2015/16 – TippMix TippMix Török Bódog női Magyar kupa

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A NŐI KÉZILABDA MAGYAR KUPA GYŐZTESEI". nso.hu. Retrieved 26 May 2013.

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