|Full name||FC Lokomotíva Košice|
|Ground|| Stadium Družstevná pri Hornáde |
Košická 293, Slovakia
|Head coach||Dušan Ujhely|
|2018–19||2. liga, 11th|
FC Lokomotíva Košice is a Slovak football club, playing in the town of Košice. The club was founded in 1946 and played for 29 years in the Czechoslovak First League.
The club also had several appearances in Europe playing the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1977-78 and the UEFA Cup 1978-79.
In 1951–1952 and 1977–1978 seasons, the club ranked 3rd in the Czechoslovak First League. In the 1977–1978 season the team also won the Czechoslovak Cup.
The last major success of the club until the present time was winning the Slovak Cup in the 1984–1985 season. Season 1985–1986 was the last for the club in the Czechoslovak First League. That season the team finished next to last, 15th place in the league and relegated to the 2nd division.
After the disintegration of Czechoslovakia, the club took part in the Corgoň Liga. In the 1993–1994 season took 8th place out of 12 participants. In the 1997–1998 season, finishing next to last, 15th place, relegated to the second league. In the 1999–2000 season in the second division championship club finished 17th place and relegated to the third division. In the 2003–2004 season was dropped to the 4th division.
FC Lokomotíva Košice withdrew from the 2018-19 2. liga season due to financial problems
Initially Lokomotíva played at Lokomotíva Stadium in the Čermeľ district for most of its history (until 1997). Now Lokomotíva plays in small village Družstevná pri Hornáde 16 km far from city center of Košice.
The Czechoslovak League top scorer from 1944–45 until 1992–93. Since the 1993–94 Slovak League Top scorer.
Slovak League only (1993-present)
|1993–1994||Mars superliga (I)||8th|
|1994–1995||Mars superliga||9th||Round 2||Štefan Kysela (17)|
|1995–1996||Mars superliga||8th||Round 1||Igor Popovec (8)|
|1997–1998||Mars superliga||15th (relegated)||Semi-finals|| Marcel Korínek (4) |
Milan Pecelj (4)
|1998–1999||2. liga (II)||–||Round 1||Miloš Gallo (8)|
|1999–2000||2. liga||– (relegated)|
|2000–2001||3. liga (III)||–||Round 1|
|2003–2004||3. liga||– (relegated)|
|2004–2005||4. liga (IV)||–|
|2005–2006||4. liga (IV)||1st (promoted)|
|2006–2007||3. liga (III)||–|
|2007–2008||3. liga (III)||–|
|2008–2009||3. liga (III)||3rd|
|2009–2010||3. liga (III)||2nd|
|2010–2011||3. liga (III)||1st (promoted)|
|2011–2012||3. liga (III)||3rd||Round 1|
|2012–2013||Keno 10 3.liga (III)||3rd||Round 3|
|2013–2014||TIPOS liga (III)||8th (promoted)||Round 1|
|2014–2015||DOXXbet liga (II)||1st (relegation round east)||Round 3||Tomáš Labun (16)|
|2015–2016||DOXXbet liga (II)||4th (champions round)||Round 3||Adrián Leško (8)|
|2016–2017||DOXXbet liga (II)||7th (champions round)||Round 4||Róbert Jano (20)|
|2017–2018||DOXXbet liga (II)||4th||Round 4||Kamil Karaš (13)|
|2018–2019||II. Liga (II)||11th||Round 5||Róbert Jano (7)|
|2019–2020||V.liga Košicko-gemerská (V)||2nd||Did not enter||Vladimír Beliš (9)|
|1969–70||Mitropa Cup||1.R||Radnicki Kragujevac||1–0||0–2||1–2|
|1977–78||Cup Winners' Cup||1.R||Östers IF||0–0||2–2||2–2 (a)|
|2.R||FK Austria Wien||1–1||0–0||1–1 (a)|
|1978–79||UEFA Cup||1.R||A.C. Milan||1–0||0–1||1–1 (p)|
|1979–80||Cup Winners' Cup||1.R||FC Wacker Innsbruck||2–1||1–0||3–1|
As of September 19, 2019.Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Head Coach||Dušan Ujhely|
|Assistant Coach||Jozef Talian|
|Assistant Coach||Martin Hloušek|
|Goalkeeping Coach||Jozef Talian|
|Team Chef||Anton Zabavník|
|Youth Sports Director|
Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Lokomotiva.
Past (and present) players who are the subjects of Wikipedia articles can be found here.
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