Hungary Clubs

Hungary Clubs Table
Squad Comp Gender From To Comps Champs Other Names
Balmazújvárosi FCM2017-20182017-201810
Békéscsaba 1912 Előre SEM2015-20162015-201610
BFC SiófokM2007-20082012-201350
Budapest Honvéd FCNemzeti Bajnokság IM2005-20062018-2019141
Debreceni VSCNemzeti Bajnokság IM2005-20062018-2019166
Diósgyőri VTKNemzeti Bajnokság IM2005-20062018-2019130
Dunaújváros PASEM2014-20152014-201510
Egri FCM2012-20132012-201310
FC SopronM2005-20062007-200830
FC TatabányaM2005-20062007-200830
Ferencvárosi TCNemzeti Bajnokság IM2005-20062018-2019112
Ferencvárosi TCF2016-20172016-201710
Gyirmót FC GyőrM2016-20172016-201710
Győri ETO FCM2005-20062014-2015101
Kaposvári Rákóczi FCM2005-20062013-201490
Kecskeméti TEM2008-20092014-201570
Kisvárda FCNemzeti Bajnokság IM2018-20192018-201910
Mezőkövesdi SENemzeti Bajnokság IM2013-20142018-201940
MOL Vidi FCNemzeti Bajnokság IM2005-20062018-2019163Videoton FC,FC Fehérvár
MTK Budapest FCNemzeti Bajnokság IM2005-20062018-2019121
MTK Hungária FCF2017-20182018-201920
Nyíregyháza Spartacus FCM2007-20082014-201540
Paksi FCNemzeti Bajnokság IM2006-20072018-2019130
Pápai FCM2005-20062014-201570
Pécsi MFCM2005-20062014-201560
Puskás Akadémia FCNemzeti Bajnokság IM2013-20142018-201950
Rákospalotai EACM2005-20062008-200940
Szolnoki MÁV FCM2010-20112010-201110
Szombathelyi HaladásNemzeti Bajnokság IM2008-20092018-2019110
Újpest FCNemzeti Bajnokság IM2005-20062018-2019140
Vác FCM2006-20072006-200710Dunakanyar-
Vasas FCM2005-20062017-2018100
Zalaegerszegi TEM2005-20062011-201270

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