Season-by-Season Results

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
Season-by-Season Results Table
Season Squad Country Comp LgRank Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
2018-2019Haladáshu HUN1. NB I12th3386193151-20303,457Tamás Priskin - 7Gábor KirályRelegated
2017-2018Haladáshu HUN1. NB I8th33115173550-15383,092David Williams - 7Gábor Király
2016-2017Haladáshu HUN1. NB I6th33127144246-4431,765David Williams - 11Gábor Király
2015-2016Haladáshu HUN1. NB I5th33131193337-4502,821Márió Németh, Bálint Gaál - 7Gábor Király
2014-2015Haladáshu HUN1. NB I14th3074192653-27252,218András Radó, Leandro Martínez - 6Dániel Rózsa
2013-2014Haladáshu HUN1. NB I6th30121083731+6462,908András Radó - 14Dániel Rózsa
2012-2013Haladáshu HUN1. NB I8th30111183627+9443,317András Radó - 7Dániel Rózsa
2011-2012Haladáshu HUN1. NB I8th30911103937+2385,013Krisztián Kenesei - 7Dániel Rózsa
2010-2011Haladáshu HUN1. NB I8th30118114236+6413,580Krisztián Kenesei - 11Dániel Rózsa
2009-2010Haladáshu HUN1. NB I8th30109114649-3393,800Márton Oross, Gábor Nagy - 6Dániel Rózsa
2008-2009Haladáshu HUN1. NB I3rd3016594429+15536,067Krisztián Kenesei - 14Dániel Rózsa→ UEFA Europa League via league finish

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