Hungary naitional fitbaw team

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Hungary
Nickname(s) The Magical Magyars
(In the 1950s)
Association Magyar Labdarúgó Szövetség (MLSZ)
Confederation UEFA (Europe)
Heid coach Belgium Georges Leekens
Caiptain Balázs Dzsudzsák
Maist kaips Gábor Király (108)
Tap scorer Ferenc Puskás (84)
Hame stadium Stadium Puskás Ferenc
FIFA code HUN
First colours
Second colours
FIFA rankin
Current 43 Decrease -13
Heichest 27 (September 2011)
Lawest 87 (Julie 1996)
Elo rankin
Current 45
Heichest 1 (1953–57, 1958, 1964, 1965)
Lawest 80 (November 2003)
First international
 Austrick 5–0 Hungary Hungary
(Vienna, Austrick 12 October 1902)
Biggest win
 Russian Empire 0–12 Hungary Hungary
(Moscow, Roushie; 14 Julie 1912)
Hungary Hungary 13–1 Fraunce 
(Budapest, Hungary; 12 Juin 1927)
Hungary Hungary 12–0 Albanie 
(Budapest, Hungary; 24 September 1950)
Biggest defeat
Hungary Hungary 0–7 Ingland 
(Budapest, Hungary; 10 Juin 1908)
Ingland Ingland Amateurs 7–0 Hungary Hungary
(Solna, Swaden; 30 Juin 1912)[1]
 Germany 7–0 Hungary Hungary
(Cologne, Germany; 6 Aprile 1941)
 Netherlands 8–1 Hungary Hungary
(Amsterdam, Netherlands; 11 October 2013)
Warld Cup
Appearances 9 (first in 1934)
Best result Runners-up; 1938 an 1954
European Championship
Appearances 2 (first in 1964)
Best result Third place, 1964
Olympic medal record
Men's Fitbaa
Gowd medal – first place 1952 Helsinki Team
Bronze medal – third place 1960 Roum Team
Gowd medal – first place 1964 Tokyo Team
Gowd medal – first place 1968 Mexico Ceety Team
Siller medal – seicont place 1972 Munich Team

The Hungary naitional fitbaw team represents Hungary in internaitional fitbaw an is controlled bi the Hungarian Fitbaa Federation.

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  1. Note that this match is nae considered tae be a full internaitional bi the Inglis FA, an daes nae appear in the records o the Ingland team