Nemzeti Bajnokság I/A (women's basketball)

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Hungarian national championship for women's
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2014–15 Nemzeti Bajnokság I/A (women's basketball)
Sport Basketball
Founded 1933
Inaugural season 1933
No. of teams 10
Country  Hungary Hungary
Continent European Union FIBA Europe (Europe)
Most recent
champion(s)
UNIQA Euroleasing Sopron (9th title)
Most titles BSE Budapest (21 titles)[1]
Official website kosarsport.hu

The Hungarian national championship for women's (English: National Championship I/A, commonly abbreviated NB I/A) is the top professional league for women's basketball in Hungary, organized and supervised by the Magyar Kosárlabdázók Országos Szövetsége.

History[edit]

Clubs of the 2013–14 season[edit]

Team City Venue Capacity
Aluinvent DVTK Miskolc Miskolc Generali Arena
Atomerőmű KSC Szekszárd Szekszárd Városi Sportcsarnok 526
Ceglédi EKK Cegléd Városi Sportcsarnok
HAT AGRO UNI Győr Győr Egyetemi Csarnok 1,998
MKB Euroleasing Vasas Budapest Pasaréti Sportcentrum 300
MTK-Budapest Budapest BSE Kosárlabda Csarnok 500
PINKK-Pécsi 424 Komló Városi Sportcsarnok
PEAC-Pécs Pécs Lauber Dezső Sportcsarnok 3,000
UNIQA Euroleasing Sopron Sopron MKB Aréna 2,000
ZTE NKK Zalaegerszeg Városi Sportcsarnok 1,800

List of champions[edit]

Season Winner Result Runner-up
1933 TFSE Not held Play off
1939 TFSE
1939–40 BSZKRT SE
1940–41 Gamma SE
1941–42 TFSE
1943 Nagykovácsi Áruház
1944 TFSE
1945 IX Madisz Dózsa
1945–46 IX Madisz Dózsa
1946–47 Közalkalmazottak SE
1947–48 Közalkalmazottak SE
1948–49 Közalkalmazottak SE
1949–50 Közalkalmazottak SE
1950 Közalkalmazottak SE
1951 Budapesti Petőfi
1952 Budapesti Petőfi
1953 Budapesti Vörös Lobogó
1954 Budapesti Petőfi
1955 Budapesti Petőfi
1956 Budapesti Vörös Lobogó
1957 Budapesti Petőfi
1957–58 Budapesti Vörös Meteor
1958–59 Budapesti Petőfi
1959–60 Budapesti Petőfi
1960–61 Budapesti Vörös Meteor
1961–62 MTK Budapest
1962–63 MTK Budapest
1964 MTK Budapest
1965 MTK Budapest
1966 MTK Budapest
1967 Budapesti VTSK
1968 MTK Budapest
1969 MTK Budapest
1970 MTK Budapest
1971 TFSE
1972 MTK Budapest
1973 BSE Budapest
1974 BSE Budapest
1975 Budapesti Spartacus
1976 Budapesti Spartacus
1977 BSE Budapest
1978 BSE Budapest
1979 BSE Budapest
1980–81 BSE Budapest
1981–82 Budapesti Spartacus
1982–83 Tungsram Budapest
1983–84 Tungsram Budapest
1984–85 Tungsram Budapest
1985–86 BSE Budapest
1986–87 Tungsram Budapest
1987–88 BSE Budapest
1988–89 MTK Budapest
1989–90 BEAC Budapest
1990–91 MTK Budapest
1991–92 Pécsi VSK
1992–93 Gysev Sopron
1993–94 Tungsram Budapest
1994–95 Pécsi VSK Dália
1995–96 Pécsi VSK Dália
1996–97 Ferencvárosi TC
1997–98 Pécsi VSK Dália
1998–99 Gysev Sopron
1999–00 Mizo Pécsi VSK
2000–01 Mizo Pécsi VSK
2001–02 Gysev Sopron
2002–03 Mizo Pécsi VSK
2003–04 Mizo Pécsi VSK
2004–05 Mizo Pécsi VSK
2005–06 Mizo Pécs
2006–07 MKB Euroleasing Sopron
2007–08 MKB Euroleasing Sopron
2008–09 MKB Euroleasing Sopron
2009–10 Pécs 2010
2010–11 MKB Sopron
2011–12 Seat Győr
2012–13 UNIQA Euroleasing Sopron
2013–14 PINKK-Pécsi 424
2014–15 UNIQA Euroleasing Sopron
2015–16 UNIQA Euroleasing Sopron

Selected foreign players[edit]

The following list contains players who played in the WNBA and/or achieved a medal on a major international tournament such as Olympic Games and World Championship or significantly contributed to the development of the league.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Női kosárlabda bajnokcsapatok" (in Hungarian). Nemzeti Sport Online. Retrieved 6 June 2011. 

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