Results

Hungary NB I 05/19 18:15 33 [1] Ferencvarosi TC v Ujpest [10] W 2-0
Hungary Cup 05/15 17:30 1 Paksi v Ferencvarosi TC L 2-0
Hungary NB I 05/11 17:30 32 [9] Diosgyori VTK v Ferencvarosi TC [1] L 2-0
Hungary NB I 05/05 16:30 31 [1] Ferencvarosi TC v Debreceni VSC [5] W 5-1
Hungary NB I 04/28 15:45 30 [6] MTK Budapest v Ferencvarosi TC [1] W 1-2
Hungary Cup 04/24 18:00 2 Nyiregyhaza v Ferencvarosi TC W 1-2
Hungary NB I 04/20 15:00 29 [1] Ferencvarosi TC v Kisvarda FC [11] D 0-0
Hungary NB I 04/14 14:30 28 [8] Zalaegerszegi TE v Ferencvarosi TC [1] W 2-3
Hungary NB I 04/10 16:00 21 [1] Ferencvarosi TC v Diosgyori VTK [7] W 2-1
Hungary NB I 04/07 12:45 27 [1] Ferencvarosi TC v Paksi [2] W 1-0
Hungary Cup 04/03 18:00 3 Diosgyori VTK v Ferencvarosi TC W 0-2
Hungary NB I 03/31 16:00 26 [12] Mezokovesd Zsory v Ferencvarosi TC [1] W 0-3

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 63 32 31
Wins 37 18 19
Draws 15 8 7
Losses 11 6 5
Goals for 136 61 75
Goals against 58 29 29
Clean sheets 25 13 12
Failed to score 12 6 6

Wikipedia - Ferencvárosi TC

Ferencvárosi Torna Club, commonly known as Ferencváros (Hungarian: [ˈfɛrɛnt͡svaːroʃ]), Fradi, FTC is a Hungarian professional football club based in Ferencváros, Budapest, that competes in the Nemzeti Bajnokság I, the top flight of Hungarian football. Ferencváros was founded in 1899 by Ferenc Springer and a group of local residents of Budapest's ninth district, Ferencváros. Ferencváros is best known internationally for winning the 1964–65 edition of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup after defeating Juventus 1–0 in Turin in the final. Ferencváros also reached the final in the same competition in 1968, when they lost to Leeds United, as well as the final in the 1974–75 season of the European Cup Winners' Cup, losing to Dynamo Kyiv.

The best-known part of the club is the well-supported men's football team – the most popular team in the country. The parent multisport club Ferencvárosi TC divisions include women's football, women's handball, men's futsal, men's ice hockey, men's handball, men's water polo, cycling, gymnastics, athletics, wrestling, curling and swimming teams, some of which are highly successful.

The club colours are green and white, and the club's mascot is a green eagle, hence another of the club's nicknames, The Green Eagles.

History

On 3 May 1899, Ferencvárosi TC was founded by citizens of the 9th district of Budapest. With the exception of three seasons between 2006 and 2009, Ferencváros have played in the Nemzeti Bajnokság I since its inception in 1901. The club's financial problems in 2006 resulted in the Hungarian Football Federation (MLSZ) withdrawing the club's licence; a withdrawal that was eventually deemed unauthorized. Following this, Fradi were promoted back to the first division in 2009.

Ferencváros are the most successful Hungarian team both domestically and internationally. They won the 1964–65 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup and have also won the Nemzeti Bajnokság I 35 times and the Magyar Kupa 24 times.

They qualified for the renewed Champions League, the first Hungarian Club to do so, in the 1995–1996 season. Since then, the club have also taken part in the 2004–05 UEFA Cup, 2019–20 Europa League, 2020–21 Champions League, and 2021–22 Europa League group stages.

On December 3, 1900, the "Football" section of the club was established. Two months later, on February 10, the first Hungarian championship match took place between Ferencváros and Budapesti TC, though it was not officially recognized by the Hungarian Football Federation. The first official championship match was played on April 21, 1901, where Ferencváros suffered a 5–3 defeat against MUE. Borbás Gáspár, then 17 years old, scored Ferencváros' first official championship goal. The first point was earned in a 2–2 draw against Műegyetem, and the first victory came on June 16, 1901 (FTC-Budapesti SC 5–1).

Interestingly, Ferencváros made its international debut earlier than in domestic competitions. On March 25, 1901, the Viennese Cricketer defeated the Hungarian team 9–0. On May 5, against the Old Cricketer (5–0, the first Ferencváros victory in international competition), the players wore the first badge with five green and four white stripes and three inverted E's in a green shield at the bottom – a design that still references the club's motto: morals, strength, unity.

In 1902, Ferencváros suffered its heaviest defeat, losing 16–0 against the English team Oxford FC. The club secured its first championship title in 1903 and the second in 1905, followed by three more in the 1900s (1906/07, 1908/09, 1909/10). On June 6, 1909, FTC permanently won the first Hungarian football challenge trophy, capturing the silver ball for the fifth time.

On February 12, 1911, Ferencváros inaugurated its new stadium on Üllői Road, where it still plays today. Schlosser Imre scored the first green-and-white goal in the new facility. In 1911, the club won its third consecutive championship title, remaining unbeaten in 21 matches that season. In 1912, Ferencváros defeated Working FC, winning against an English team in England for the first time. In the same year, they beat the III. district team 11–3, with Schlosser scoring eight goals in one match, a record that still stands for goals scored in a single match. The 1911/12 championship brought another Ferencváros title, marking the club's seventh.

In 1913, Ferencváros achieved not only the championship title but also won the Hungarian Cup for the first time in its history.

In 1914, World War I broke out, bringing a somber year for Ferencváros football players. Almost every member of the team received military service call-ups, and many of them never returned home.

Ferencvarosi TC, commonly known as Ferencvaros, is a professional soccer team based in Budapest, Hungary. Founded in 1899, the club has a rich history and is one of the most successful teams in Hungarian football.

Ferencvaros has a passionate fan base and plays their home matches at the Groupama Arena, a modern stadium with a capacity of over 22,000 spectators. The team's colors are green and white, and they are known for their attacking style of play and strong defensive organization.

Over the years, Ferencvaros has won numerous domestic titles, including 31 Hungarian League championships and 23 Hungarian Cup titles. They have also had success in European competitions, reaching the quarter-finals of the European Cup in 1965.

The club has produced many talented players over the years, some of whom have gone on to have successful careers in top European leagues. Ferencvaros is a respected and competitive team in Hungarian football, and their matches are always highly anticipated by fans and rivals alike.