Vasas SC

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This article is about the football team. For the waterpolo team, see Vasas SC (men's water polo). For the handball team, see Vasas SC (women's handball). For fencing, see Vasas SC (fencing).
Vasas
Club crest
Full name Vasas Sport Club
Founded 16 March 1911; 105 years ago (1911-03-16)
Ground Stadion Rudolf Illovszky,
Budapest
Ground Capacity 18,000
Chairman László Markovits
Manager Michael Oenning
League OTP Bank Liga
2015–16 OTP Bank Liga, 10th
Website Club home page
Current season
Activ departments of Vasas
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Vasas SC [ˈvɒʃɒʃ] is one of Hungary's major sports clubs. Most of its facilities are situated in Budapest's 13th district in the north of the town. Members of the Hungarian Union of Iron Workers founded the club as Vas-és Fémmunkások Sport Clubja, the "Sport Club of Iron and Metal Workers", on 16 March 1911. The club colours are red and blue.

The club has won the Hungarian League six times. Vasas is known internationally for reaching the semi finals of the 1957–58 European Cup season[1] and the quarter-finals in the 1967–68 European Cup season.[2]

Crest and colours[edit]

Naming history[edit]

  • 1911: Vas-és Fémmunkások Sport Clubja
  • 1943: Kinizsi Vasas Budapest
  • 1944: Nemzeti Kinizsi Budapest
  • 1945: Budapesti Vasas SC
  • 1948: Budapesti Vasas SE
  • 1957: Budapesti Vasas SC

Manufacturers and shirt sponsors[edit]

The following table shows in detail Vasas SC kit manufacturers and shirt sponsors by year:

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
 ????−01 Lotto Danubius Hotels
2001–02 Hummel
2004–05 Jako pannonbau
2005–06 Herz
2006–08 Lancast
2008–09 Herz / Regale Klíma
2009–10  –
2011 Híd
2011–12 Vasas SC
2012–13 Dragon Sport  –
2014–15 Adidas HunGast
2015– ALPROSYS

History[edit]

Lajos Baróti-managed Vasas won the first Hungarian League title in 1957
Club legend Rudolf Illovszky

1910s[edit]

Vasas were promoted to the Nemzeti Bajnokság I in 1916 for the first time. In their first season (1916–17 Nemzeti Bajnokság I) the club finished 6th.[3]

1920s[edit]

Vasas finished third in the 1924–25 Nemzeti Bajnokság I season. Only MTK Budapest and Ferencváros could overtake the club in the championship.[4] In the following (1925–26 Nemzeti Bajnokság I) season the club could repeat their success. Vasas collected 29 points and won 11 out of 22 matches in the season.[5]

In the 1928–29 Nemzeti Bajnokság I season Vasas finished 11th and they were relegated. Vasas won only 5 out of the 22 matches and gained only 14 points.[6]

1930s[edit]

Vasas returned to the top flight of the Hungarian League in the 1930–31 Nemzeti Bajnokság I season and the club finished 8th securing their membership in the top league.[7] However, in the next season (1931–32 Nemzeti Bajnokság I) Vasas were relegated again for the second time in the club's history. Vasas finished 11th and collected only 13 points by winning only 5 out of 22 matches.[8]

1950s[edit]

Vasas won their first Hungarian League title in 1957[9] and they entered the 1957–58 European Cup. On 4 September 1957 PFC CSKA Sofia beat Vasas 2-1 at the Vasil Levski National Stadium in the first leg of the preliminary round.[10] On 3 October 1957 Vasas beat 6-1 PFC CSKA Sofia at Népstadion in the second leg of the preliminary round.[11] On 20 November 1957 BSC Young Boys drew (1-1) with Vasas at the Charmilles Stadium in the first leg of the first round.[12] On 30 November 1957 Vasas beat BSC Young Boys at Népstadion.[13] On 5 February 1958 Ajax Amsterdam drew (2-2) with Vasas at the Olympisch Stadion in the first leg of the quarter finals.[14] On 26 February 1958 Vasas beat 4-0 Ajax Amsterdam at Népstadion. The goals were scored by Szilágyi (9th and 39th minute), Csordás (29th minute), and Bundzsák(7th minute).[15] On 2 April 1958 Real Madrid C.F. beat 4-0 Vasas at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in the first leg of the semi-final.[16] Although Vasas beat Real Madrid 2-0 at the Népstadion on 16 April 1958, they were eliminated from the 1957–58 European Cup.[17] Vasas have been the most successful Hungarian club in the European Cup and UEFA Champions League history along with Győri ETO FC.

1960s[edit]

Club legend Kálmán Mészöly, who played for Vasas between 1952 and 1979

Vasas won the 1960–61 Nemzeti Bajnokság I season.[18] The following year Vasas could repeat the success by winning the 1961–62 Nemzeti Bajnokság I season.[19] The club third title arrived by winning the 1965 Nemzeti Bajnokság I season[20] In 1966 Vasas set a record by winning the 1966 Nemzeti Bajnokság I season without any defeats.[21]

1970s[edit]

Vasas won the 1976–77 Nemzeti Bajnokság I season.[22]

Vasas' football team belongs to the highest Hungarian football league and was the dominating force in Hungarian football during the 1960s. In the 2006–07 season Vasas finished 5th.

2000s[edit]

In 2006 the club would have been relegated as penultimate, but could retain its place as rivals Ferencváros were ousted instead due to financial irregularities. This would have been Vasas' second relegation in this decade.

2010s[edit]

Centenary stamp of Vasas

On 3 August 2011, the club celebrated the 100th anniversary of their foundation with a match against Serie A club A.S. Roma at the Ferenc Puskás Stadium. The match ended with a 1-0 win for the Italian side. The only goal was scored by Viviani.[23]

In the 2015–16 Nemzeti Bajnokság I season Vasas secured their Nemzeti Bajnokság I membership on the last match day (33rd) by beating MTK Budapest FC 2-0 at Dunaferr Arena resulting the farewell of Puskás Akadémia FC from the top league.[24]

Stadium[edit]

Vasas SC–Zalaegerszegi TE in the 2006–07 Nemzeti Bajnokság I on 28 April 2007

Vasas plays its home matches in the Stadion Rudolf Illovszky located in the 13th district of Budapest. The stadium capacity is 18,000.

Honours[edit]

Season results[edit]

Domestic International Manager
League Cup League
Cup
Super
Cup
No. Season MP W D L GF–GA Dif. Pts. Pos. Competition Result
1. 1916–17 22 6 9 7 29–30 −1 21 6th Hungary
2. 1917–18 22 11 5 6 37–26 +11 27 4th Hungary
3. 1918–19 21 9 6 6 20–19 +1 24 4th Hungary
4. 1919–20 28 10 9 9 31–26 +5 29 6th Hungary
5. 1920–21 24 5 8 11 20–30 -10 18 11th Hungary
6. 1921–22 22 7 6 9 24–33 -9 20 7th Hungary
7. 1922–23 22 10 8 4 37–31 +6 28 4th Hungary
8. 1923–24 22 7 4 11 28–36 -8 18 9th Hungary
9. 1924–25 22 10 7 5 38–25 +13 27 3rd Hungary
10. 1925–26 22 11 7 4 58–47 +11 29 3rd Hungary
11. 1926–27 18 7 4 7 27–32 -5 18 6th Hungary
12. 1927–28 22 6 2 14 37–57 -20 14 10th Hungary
13. 1928–29 22 5 4 13 26-68 -42 14 11th Hungary
Nemzeti Bajnokság II
14. 1930–31 22 6 5 11 41-52 -11 17 8th Hungary
15. 1931–32 22 5 3 14 41-69 -28 13 11th Hungary
Nemzeti Bajnokság II
16. 1942–43 30 14 5 11 64-49 +15 33 6th Hungary Gallowich
17. 1943–44 30 8 11 11 54-61 -7 27 13th Hungary Gallowich
18. 1945 22 10 7 5 69-38 +31 27 5th Hungary Guttmann
19. 1945–46 26 18 2 6 86-49 +37 38 2nd Hungary
20. 1946–47 30 16 7 7 77-43 +34 39 3rd Hungary
21. 1947–48 32 22 7 3 76-31 +45 51 2nd Hungary Gallowich
22. 1948–49 30 15 2 13 68-51 +17 32 7th Hungary
23. 1949–50 30 15 5 10 67-44 +23 35 6th Hungary
23. 1950 15 8 1 6 30-23 +7 17 6th Hungary
24. 1951 26 11 7 8 47-33 +14 29 4th Hungary Jeny
25. 1952 26 13 7 6 54-40 +14 33 4th Hungary Jeny
26. 1953 26 14 4 8 62-37 +35 32 3rd Hungary Baróti
27. 1954 26 11 7 8 49-51 -2 29 4th Hungary Baróti
28. 1955 26 16 4 6 62-39 +23 36 4th W Hungary Baróti
29. 1956 17 5 6 6 28-28 +0 16 8th Hungary Baróti
1956 Hungarian uprising
30. 1957 11 7 3 1 36-14 +22 17 1st Hungary Baróti
31. 1957–58 26 9 10 7 38-32 +6 28 5th Hungary Illovszky
32. 1958–59 26 12 9 5 30-22 +8 33 4th Hungary Illovszky
33. 1959–60 26 12 7 6 44-29 +15 32 3rd Hungary Illovszky
34. 1960–61 26 15 8 3 59-24 +35 38 1st Hungary Illovszky
35. 1961–62 26 17 4 5 55-27 +28 38 1st Hungary Illovszky
36. 1962–63 26 8 9 9 37-31 +6 25 9th Hungary Illovszky
37. 1963 13 6 2 5 19-16 +3 14 5th Hungary Illovszky
38. 1964 26 12 7 7 44-31 +13 31 6th Hungary Illovszky
39. 1965 26 17 5 4 48-19 +29 39 1st Hungary Illovszky
40. 1966 26 17 9 0 67-27 +40 43 1st Hungary Csordás
41. 1967 30 16 6 8 71-37 +34 38 4th Hungary Csordás
42. 1968 30 18 6 6 66-37 +29 42 3rd Hungary Illovszky
43. 1969 30 18 3 9 72-43 +29 39 4th Hungary Illovszky
44. 1970 14 7 4 3 19-13 +6 18 5th Hungary Illovszky
45. 1970–71 30 19 3 8 61-25 +36 47 3rd Hungary Machos
46. 1971–72 30 12 8 10 51-46 +5 32 6th Hungary Machos
47. 1972–73 30 16 8 6 54-33 +21 40 3rd W Hungary Baróti
48. 1973–74 30 9 14 7 35-31 +4 32 8th Hungary Baróti
49. 1974–75 28 10 7 11 43-46 -3 27 6th Hungary Illovszky
50. 1975–76 30 15 4 11 65-41 +24 34 5th Hungary Illovszky
51. 1976–77 34 25 3 6 100-45 +55 53 1st Hungary Illovszky
52. 1977–78 34 15 12 7 58-42 +16 42 5th Hungary Illovszky
53. 1978–79 34 16 10 8 62-49 +13 42 4th Hungary Mészöly
54. 1979–80 34 17 10 7 75-52 +23 44 3rd Hungary Mészöly
55. 1980–81 34 18 10 6 68-38 +30 46 3rd W Hungary Bundzsák
56. 1981–82 34 12 8 14 57-54 +3 32 12th Hungary Bundzsák
57. 1982–83 30 11 6 13 56-52 +4 28 7th Hungary Bundzsák
58. 1983–84 30 14 5 11 46-40 +6 33 6th Hungary Mészöly
59. 1984–85 30 10 11 9 56-44 +12 31 5th Hungary Illovszky
60. 1985–86 30 11 7 12 37-43 -6 29 9th W Hungary Illovszky
61. 1986–87 30 13 6 11 42-40 +2 32 6th Hungary Kisteleki
62. 1987–88 30 9 11 10 33-37 -4 29 9th Hungary Kisteleki
63. 1988–89 30 10 7 13 35-58 -23 35 14th1 Hungary Mészöly
64. 1989–90 30 10 9 11 35-42 -7 39 8th Hungary Mészöly
65. 1990–91 30 8 8 14 32-43 -11 24 12th Hungary Mészöly
66. 1991–92 30 10 13 7 40-29 +11 33 6th Hungary Gellei
67. 1992–93 30 7 13 10 31-33 -2 27 10th Hungary Gellei
68. 1993–94 30 8 8 14 36-43 -7 24 10th Hungary Mészöly
69. 1994–95 30 10 7 13 38-45 -7 37 10th Hungary Mészöly, Illovszky
70. 1995–96 30 12 10 8 44-40 +4 46 7th Hungary Gellei
71. 1996–97 34 19 7 8 50-33 +17 64 4th Hungary Gellei
72. 1997–98 34 19 7 8 66-41 +25 64 3rd Hungary Gellei
73. 1998–99 34 15 10 9 51-44 +7 55 6th Hungary Gellei
73. 1999–00 32 19 4 9 58-32 +26 61 3rd Hungary Komjáti
74. 2000–01 22 10 6 6 42-33 +9 40 3rd Hungary Komjáti
75. 2001–02 38 7 11 20 51-78 -27 32 12th Hungary Kiss, Hungary Tornyi [25]
Nemzeti Bajnokság II
76. 2004–05 30 10 3 17 34-48 -14 33 13th Hungary Egervári
77. 2005–06 30 5 10 15 32-47 -15 25 15th R Hungary Pintér
78. 2006–07 30 13 6 11 43-41 +2 45 5th Hungary Mészöly
79. 2007–08 30 12 5 13 42-45 -3 41 10th Hungary Mészöly
80. 2008–09 30 11 5 14 42-52 -10 38 10th Hungary Mészöly
81. 2009–10 30 8 7 15 39-61 -22 31 13th Italy Dellacasa
82. 2010–11 30 11 7 12 34-46 -12 40 11th Hungary Komjáti
83. 2011–12 30 5 9 16 29-51 -22 22 15th R4 Croatia Vlak
Nemzeti Bajnokság II
84. 2015–16 33 9 5 19 32–54 -22 32 10th 3R dagger Hungary Szanyó, Germany Oenning
85. 2016–17 0 0 0 0 0–0 +0 0 TBD TBD Germany Oenning[26]
Σ 60 18 12 30 71–91 –20 66
Notes

W: Winners R: Runners-up

dagger: defunct

Current squad[edit]

As of 18 July, 2016.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Hungary GK Gergely Nagy
2 Hungary DF Attila Osváth
3 Canada MF Manjrekar James
4 Republic of Macedonia DF Kire Ristevski
6 Hungary MF Donát Szivacski
7 Hungary DF Szilveszter Hangya
8 Hungary FW Martin Ádám
9 Greece FW Ilias Ignatidis
10 Hungary FW Mohamed Remili (Captain)
12 Hungary MF Botond Király
13 Hungary MF Zsombor Berecz
14 Hungary DF Csaba Preklet
17 Ukraine FW Yevhen Pavlov
No. Position Player
21 Hungary DF Zsolt Korcsmár
23 Hungary MF Máté Vida
27 Hungary FW Benedek Murka
28 Hungary DF Tamás Vaskó
33 Montenegro GK Vukasin Poleksic (on loan from Békéscsaba)
42 Hungary MF Norbert Könyves
77 Hungary MF Péter Czvitkovics
89 Hungary DF András Debreceni
90 Hungary GK Dániel Póser
99 Hungary FW Csanád Novák
Germany DF Felix Burmeister

Non-playing staff[edit]

Management[edit]

Position Name
Managing director Hungary Miklós Vancsa
Technical director Hungary András Keresztúri
Technical manager Hungary Sándor Lakatos
Technical manager Hungary Zoltán Kecskés
Financial manager Hungary Krisztina Molnár-Tomán

[27]

First team staff[edit]

Position Name
Head coach Germany Michael Oenning
Assistant coach Hungary István Ferenczi
Goalkeeping Coach Hungary József Andrusch
Club Doctor Hungary Dezső Lajkó
Physio Hungary Ádám Kubó
Physio Hungary Zoltán Prohászka

[28] [29]

In Europe[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
1957–58 European Cup Preliminary Round Bulgaria CDNA Sofia 6–1 1–2 7–3
1. Round Switzerland BSC Young Boys 2–1 1–1 3–2
Quarter-finals Netherlands Ajax 4–0 2–2 6–2
Semi-finals Spain Real Madrid 2–0 0–4 2–4
1961–62 European Cup Preliminary Round Spain Real Madrid 0–2 1–3 1–5
1962–63 European Cup Preliminary Round Norway Fredrikstad 7–0 4–1 11–1
1. Round Netherlands Feyenoord 2–2 1–1 3–3 (Play-off 0–1)
1966–67 European Cup 1. Round Portugal Sporting CP 5–0 2–0 7–0
2. Round Italy Inter Milan 0–2 1–2 1–4
1967–68 European Cup 1. Round Republic of Ireland Dundalk 8–1 1–0 9–1
2. Round Iceland Valur 6–0 5–1 11–1
Quarter-finals Portugal Benfica 0–0 0–3 0–3
1971–72 UEFA Cup 1. Round Republic of Ireland Shelbourne 1–0 1–1 2–1
2. Round Scotland St Johnstone 1–0 0–2 1–2
1975–76 UEFA Cup 1. Round Austria VOEST Linz 4–0 0–2 4–2
2. Round Portugal Sporting CP 3–1 1–2 4–3
3. Round Spain Barcelona 0–1 1–3 1–4
1973–74 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1. Round England Sunderland 0–2 0–1 0–3
1977–78 European Cup 1. Round Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach 0–3 1–1 1–4
1980–81 UEFA Cup 1. Round Portugal Boavista 0–2 1–0 1–2
1981–82 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1. Round Cyprus Enosis Neon Paralimni 8–0 0–1 8–1
2. Round Belgium Standard Liège 0–2 1–2 1–4
1986–87 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1. Round Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Velež Mostar 2–2 2–3 4–5
1987 UEFA Intertoto Cup Group 1 East Germany Carl Zeiss Jena 0–2 2–2
Group 1 Denmark Aarhus GF 2–1 0–1
Group 1 Switzerland Lausanne-Sport 5–3 1–2
1990 UEFA Intertoto Cup Group 8 Austria First Vienna 0–0 1–0
Group 8 Denmark Aarhus GF 0–2 0–2
Group 8 Sweden Gefle 1–1 0–2
1996 UEFA Intertoto Cup Group 10, 1st game Belgium Lierse 2–0
Group 10, 2nd game Turkey Gaziantepspor 2–3
Group 10, 3rd game Estonia Narva Trans 4–1
Group 10, 4th game Netherlands Groningen 1–1
1997 UEFA Intertoto Cup Group 7, 1st game Sweden Öster 4–1
Group 7, 2nd game Latvia Universitāte Rīga 3–0
Group 7, 3rd game Turkey İstanbulspor 0–2
Group 7, 4th game Germany Werder Bremen 2–0
1999 UEFA Intertoto Cup 1. Round Luxembourg Union Luxembourg 4–0 3–1 7–1
2. Round Switzerland Neuchâtel Xamax 1–0 2–0 3–0
3. Round Poland Polonia Warsaw 1–2 0–2 1–4
2000–01 UEFA Cup Qualifying Round Latvia Ventspils 3–1 1–2 4–3 (aet)
1. Round Greece AEK Athens 2–2 0–2 2–4
2005 UEFA Intertoto Cup 1. Round Slovakia ZTS Dubnica 0–0 0–2 0–2

Former managers[edit]

Twin teams[edit]

On 18 May 2016 a cooperation was announced between Vasas Kubala Akadémia and Eredivisie club SBV Vitesse. According to the cooperation, the two club have a common showcase, take part in a common conference and education. Gerry Hamstra said that it is very important for the Dutch club to initiate new cooperations in this region.[30]

Trivia[edit]

János Kádár, HSWP First Secretary and Hungarian leader from 1956 until 1988, was a supporter of Vasas. A working-class man, Kádár had played in the team when young and was its president for a short period in the mid-1950s (when, after being released from prison, Kádár was party secretary in Budapest 13th district, where the team is based). During the 1960s, it was not uncommon to see Kádár in the crowd during Vasas games. Unlike some of his Eastern Europe counterparts, though, Kádár did not use his position to favor his team, nor did he allow Hungarian officials to interfere in football as it was common in other bloc countries.

References[edit]

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