Zuglói AC

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Budapesti Gyárépítők SE
Full nameBudapesti Gyárépítők Sport Egyesülete
Founded1911
Dissolved1950

Budapesti Gyárépítők SE was a Hungarian association football club from the town of Budapest.[1][2][3] The club was founded as Zuglói Athletikai Club in 1911. In 1950 the club merged to Budafoki MTE.

History[edit]

Zuglói Athletikai Club debuted in the 1922-23 season of the Hungarian League and finished ninth.[4] In 1923 the club merged with the Zuglói VII. Kerületi SC and changed its name to Zuglói VII. Kerületi AC. In the next season the club was the sixth.[5] In the 1924-25 season the club finished the penultimate 11th place and dropped to the II league.[6]

Name Changes[edit]

  • 1911: Zuglói Athletikai Club
  • 1911: merger with Zuglói Testvériség Sport Club
  • 1911-1915: Zuglói Sport Club
  • 1915: merger with Turul Sport Egyesület
  • 1915-1919: Zuglói Turul Sport Club
  • 1919-1920: Zuglói Munkás Testedző Egyesület
  • 1920-1923: Zuglói Atlétikai Club
  • 1923: merger with Zuglói VII. Kerületi SC
  • 1923-1926: Zuglói VII. Kerületi AC
  • 1926: foundation of a mutual club with Fővárosi TK
  • 1926-1932: Turul FC
  • 1932-1949: Zuglói Atlétikai Club
  • 1949: Budapesti Gyárépítő
  • 1949-1950: Budapesti Gyárépítők SE
  • 1950: merger with Budafoki MTE

Managers[edit]

Hungary Gábor Obitz (1945-?)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Zuglói Athletikai Club". Magyarfutball.hu. 2015-05-29.
  2. ^ "Zuglói Athletikai Club". worldfootball.net. 2015-05-29.
  3. ^ "Zuglói AC". mla.hu. 2015-05-29.
  4. ^ "Hungarian League 1922-23". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation.com. 2015-05-29.
  5. ^ "Hungarian League 1923-24". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation.com. 2015-05-29.
  6. ^ "Hungarian League 1924-25". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation.com. 2015-05-29.

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