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Hungary
Nickname(s)Magyars
Nemzeti Tizenegy (National Eleven)
AssociationMagyar Labdarúgó Szövetség (MLSZ)
ConfederationUEFA (Europe)
Head coachMarco Rossi[1]
CaptainBalázs Dzsudzsák
Most capsGábor Király (108)
Top scorerFerenc Puskás (84)
Home stadiumGroupama Arena (interim)
Puskás Aréna (2019-)
FIFA codeHUN
First colours
Second colours
FIFA ranking
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Highest18 (April–May 2016)
Lowest87 (July 1996)
First international
 Austria 5–0 Hungary 
(Vienna, Austria; 12 October 1902)
Biggest win
 Hungary 13–1 France [[File:{{{flag alias-1794}}}|22x20px|border |alt=|link=]]
(Budapest, Hungary; 12 June 1927)
Biggest defeat
 Netherlands 8–1 Hungary 
(Amsterdam, Netherlands; 11 October 2013)
World Cup
Appearances9 (first in 1934)
Best resultRunners-up, 1938 and 1954
European Championship
Appearances3 (first in 1964)
Best resultThird place, 1964
Medal record
Men's football
Olympic Games
Gold 1952 Helsinki Team
Bronze 1960 Rome Team
Gold 1964 Tokyo Team
Gold 1968 Mexico City Team
Silver 1972 Munich Team
World Cup
Silver 1938 France Team
Silver 1954 Switzerland Team
European Nations' Cup
Bronze 1964 Spain Team
Central European Cup
Gold 1948-53 Central European International Cup Team

Hungary national football team is the national football team of Hungary.

Most appearances

Pos Player Apps Goals Career
1 József Bozsik 101 11 1947-1962
2 László Fazekas 92 24 1968-1983
3 Gyula Grosics 86 0 1947-1962
4 Ferenc Puskás 85 84 1945-1956
5 Imre Garaba 82 3 1980-1991
6 Sándor Mátrai 81 0 1956-1967
7 Ferenc Sipos 77 1 1957-1966
8 Ferenc Bene 76 36 1962-1979
8 Máté Fenyvesi 76 8 1954-1966
8 László Bálint 76 3 1972-1982

Top scorers

Pos Player Goals Apps Career
1 Ferenc Puskás 84 85 1945-1956
2 Sándor Kocsis 75 68 1948-1956
3 Imre Schlosser-Lakatos 59 68 1906-1927
4 Lajos Tichy 51 72 1955-1964
5 György Sárosi 42 62 1931-1943
6 Nándor Hidegkuti 39 69 1945-1958
7 Ferenc Bene 36 76 1962-1979
8 Tibor Nyilasi 32 70 1975-1985
8 Gyula Zsengellér 32 39 1936-1947
10 Florián Albert 31 75 1959-1974

References