Vasas SC

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Vasas FC
Vasas SC.svg
Full name Vasas Football Club
Founded 16 March 1911; 107 years ago (1911-03-16)
Ground Illovszky Rudolf Stadion,
Budapest
Ground Capacity 5,054
Chairman László Markovits
Manager "Vacant"
League NB II
2017–18 NB I, 12th (relegated)
Website Club website
Current season

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.

Vasas FC 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]

History[edit]

Vasas first entered the Nemzeti Bajnokság I in the 1916-17 season. Since then the club have managed to win seven titles. The club's most successful period has been between 1957 and 1966. During this period they won the Hungarian league five times.

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

Stadium[edit]

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

Vasas plays its home matches in the Illovszky Rudolf Stadion located in the 13th district of Budapest. The stadium capacity is 9,000.

Honours[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 5 August 2018

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 Balázs Bese (on loan from MTK)
4 Hungary DF Zsolt Szilágyi
6 Hungary FW Botond Birtalan
7 Hungary FW Ádám Hrepka
8 Hungary FW Martin Ádám
9 Hungary FW Zsombor Bévárdi (on loan from Vidi)
10 Hungary MF Donát Szivacski
12 Hungary MF Milán Kovács
14 Hungary GK Levente Bösz
16 Hungary DF Keve Tóth
17 Hungary DF Kristóf Hinora (on loan from MTK)
19 Hungary DF Ádám Rokszin
20 Hungary MF Márk Kleisz
No. Position Player
22 Hungary DF Zsolt Szokol
26 Hungary MF Tamás Egerszegi
27 Hungary FW Benedek Murka
28 Hungary DF Tamás Vaskó
30 Hungary MF Bálint Borbély
31 Hungary MF Dávid Barczi
32 Hungary MF Lóránd Szatmári
33 Hungary FW Ádám Balajti
Hungary DF Attila Talabér (on loan from MTK)
Hungary GK Zoltán Kovács (on loan from ZTE)
Hungary MF Dávid Kovács
Hungary FW Botond Király


Ownership[edit]

On 4 January 2017 it was announced that János Jámbor bought 99% of the shares of the Vasas FC.[3]

Non-playing staff[edit]

Management[edit]

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

[4]

First team staff[edit]

Position Name
Head coach Hungary Károly Kis
Assistant coach Hungary Zoltán Kecskés
Athletics coach Hungary István Ferenczi
Goalkeeping Coach Hungary József Lippai
Club Doctor Hungary Dezső Lejkó
Physio Hungary Ádám Kubó
Physio Hungary János Kiss

[5] [6]

Managerial history[edit]

Seasons[edit]

In European football[edit]

Records and statistics[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.[7]

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.

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