FK Bodva Moldava nad Bodvou

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FK Bodva Moldava nad Bodvou
FK Moldava.png
Full nameFutbalový klub Bodva Moldava nad Bodvou
Founded1919
Dissolved2016 [1]
GroundŠtadión Steel Slovakia aréna,
Moldava nad Bodvou
Capacity1,944
2015–16 3. liga (East), 16th (relegated)
Website Club website

FK Bodva Moldava nad Bodvou was a Slovak football team, based in the town of Moldava nad Bodvou. The club was founded in 1919.

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In 2016, the club was dissolved due to financial problems. [1]

History

FK Bodva Moldava nad Bodvou was initially founded in 1919. The founding members were the first club: Štefan Kocsor, Štefan Eperjesi, Štefan Pózmán, Gejza Benke, Viliam Öschläger, Ladislav Hübs, Juraj Lucz and others dedicated officers in pre-war years, such as: Štefan Dittel, Štefan Szmolnický, Gregor Bakacsi, Dr. Schürger. The first chairman was then chemist Július Blum and the first coach was the local Roman Catholic priest Štefan Eperjesi since 1925 - 1938. The first start in the competition organized football: 2 August 1937 PTVE Prešov - SZSC Moldava nad Bodvou 1:1. Team was accepted into the union and included in the competition for championship fights in the northern district MLSZ - Magyar Labdarúgó Szövetség. 29 April 1946 was founded a new club called "Športový klub Moldava nad Bodvou". Club plays its home games at the stadium Steel Slovakia aréna with a capacity of 2.500 seats. Before the 2. liga season 2012/2013 Moldava checked out from the competition due to financial problems.

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