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Budapesti VSC

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Ground Capacity  10,000
League  BLSZ III
Founded  1911
Manager  András Hernády
Website  Club home page
Ground  Szőnyi úti Stadion
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Full name  Budapesti Vasutas Sport Club-Zugló 1911

Budapesti Vasutas Sport Club is a professional football club based in Zugló, Budapest, Hungary, that competes in the BLSZ III. The club was founded in 1911. Its football section became closed in 2001, while other sections that are still operational are table tennis, wrestling, water polo. The table tennis department won the European Cup of 1980 and several national championships.

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The football team reached in the years 1996 and 1997 twice the Hungarian Cup final and was runner up in the national championship in 1996.

History

On 18 July 2012, BVSC started an adult team after 10 years of pause. The team are going to compete in the Budapest Labdarugó Szövetség IV.

Name changes

As most other Hungarian sports clubs BVSC was subject to numerous changes of its name throughout its history. Here is a list of names that were in use by the club:

  • 1911 Budapesti VSC
  • 1914 Konzum
  • 1946 Budapesti Lokomotiv
  • 1954 Budapesti TSE (after merger of Budapesti Elöre with Budapesti Postás SE)
  • 1956 Budapesti VSC (after demerger of Budapesti Elöre an Budapesti Postás SE)
  • 1990 BVSC Mavtransped
  • 1992 BVSC Novép
  • 1993 BVSC Dreher
  • 1997 BVSC Zugló
  • 1998 Budapesti VSC
  • 1998/1999 Squad

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

    Honours

  • Hungarian League:
  • Runners-up (1): 1995–96
  • Hungarian Cup:
  • Runners-up (2): 1995–96, 1996–97
  • Managers

  • István Sándor
  • József Tajti
  • Record by country of opposition

  • Correct as of 5 July 2010
  • P – Played; W – Won; D – Drawn; L – Lost

    Other sports

  • Gábor Gergely, Table Tennis world champion
  • Ferenc Kiss, Wrestler, coach with BVSC
  • References

    Budapesti VSC Wikipedia


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