Lajos Tichy

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Lajos Tichy
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Personal information
Date of birth(1935-03-21)21 March 1935
Place of birth Budapest, Hungary
Date of death 6 January 1999(1999-01-06) (aged 63)
Place of death Budapest, Hungary
Playing position(s) Striker
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1953–1971 Budapest Honvéd FC 320 (244)
National team
1955–1971 Hungary 72 (51)
Teams managed
1976–1982 Budapest Honvéd FC
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Lajos Tichy (21 March 1935 – 6 January 1999) was a Hungarian footballer. He played for the club Budapest Honvéd FC, scoring 247 goals in 320 league games. He also scored 51 goals in 72 internationals for the Hungary national football team, including four in the 1958 FIFA World Cup and three in the 1962 FIFA World Cup. He later became coach of the Honved youth team and from 1976 to 1982 he coached the first team, helping them win their first Hungarian championship in 25 years in 1980. The "Nation's Bomber" died in 1999 aged 63.

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Career statistics

Club performanceLeagueCupLeague CupContinentalTotal
SeasonClubLeagueAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoals
HungaryLeague Hungarian Cup League Cup Europe Total
1956 Honved Budapest National Championship I 1512
1957 00
1957-58 00
1958-59 2215
1959-60 2526
1960-61 2521
1961-62 2323
1962-63 2020
1963 1213
1964 2528
1965 2020
1966 158
1967 127
1968 70
1969 163
1970 00
1970-71 2111
TotalHungary258207
Career total258207

International goals

Scores and results list Hungary's goal tally first.
#DateVenueOpponentScoreResultCompetition
1.8 May 1955 Oslo, Norway Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 5–0Won Friendly
2.19 May 1955 Helsinki, Finland Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 9–1WonFriendly
3.19 May 1955 Helsinki, Finland Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 9–1WonFriendly
4.2 October 1955 Prague, Czechoslovakia Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia 3–1Won 1955–60 Central European International Cup
5.16 October 1955 Budapest, Hungary Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 6–1Won 1955–60 Central European International Cup
6.13 November 1955 Budapest, Hungary Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 4–2WonFriendly
7.29 February 1956 Beirut, Lebanon Flag of Lebanon.svg  Lebanon 4–1WonFriendly
8.29 February 1956 Beirut, Lebanon Flag of Lebanon.svg  Lebanon 4–1WonFriendly
9.12 June 1957 Oslo, Norway Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 1–2Lost 1958 FIFA World Cup qualification
10.12 June 1958 Stockholm, Sweden Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 1–2Lost 1958 FIFA World Cup
11.15 June 1958 Sandviken, Sweden Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 4–0Won 1958 FIFA World Cup
12.15 June 1958 Sandviken, Sweden Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 4–0Won 1958 FIFA World Cup
13.17 June 1958 Stockholm, Sweden Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 1–2Lost 1958 FIFA World Cup
14.14 September 1958 Chorzów, Poland Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 3–1WonFriendly
15.5 October 1958 Zagreb, Yugoslavia Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia 4–4DrawFriendly
16.26 October 1958 Bucharest, Romania Flag of Romania.svg  Romania 2–1WonFriendly
17.23 November 1958 Budapest, Hungary Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium 3–1WonFriendly
18.23 November 1958 Budapest, Hungary Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium 3–1WonFriendly
19.19 April 1959 Budapest, Hungary Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia 4–0WonFriendly
20.19 April 1959 Budapest, Hungary Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia 4–0WonFriendly
21.25 October 1959 Budapest, Hungary Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 8–0Won 1955–60 Central European International Cup
22.25 October 1959 Budapest, Hungary Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 8–0Won 1955–60 Central European International Cup
23.25 October 1959 Budapest, Hungary Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 8–0Won 1955–60 Central European International Cup
24.25 October 1959 Budapest, Hungary Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 8–0Won 1955–60 Central European International Cup
25.8 November 1959 Budapest, Hungary Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany 4–3WonFriendly
26.8 November 1959 Budapest, Hungary Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany 4–3WonFriendly
27.29 November 1959 Florence, Italy Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 1–1Draw 1955–60 Central European International Cup
28.5 June 1960 Budapest, Hungary Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 3–3DrawFriendly
29.30 October 1960 Brussels, Belgium Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium 1–2LostFriendly
30.30 April 1961 Rotterdam, Netherlands Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 3–0Won 1962 FIFA World Cup qualification
31.7 May 1961 Beograd, Yugoslavia Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia 4–2WonFriendly
32.7 May 1961 Beograd, Yugoslavia Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg  Yugoslavia 4–2WonFriendly
33.28 May 1961 Budapest, Hungary Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 3–2WonFriendly
34.28 May 1961 Budapest, Hungary Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 3–2WonFriendly
35.10 September 1961 Berlín, East Germany Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany 3–2Won 1962 FIFA World Cup qualification
36.8 October 1961 Vienna, Austria Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 1–2LostFriendly
37.22 October 1961 Budapest, Hungary Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 3–3Draw 1962 FIFA World Cup qualification
38.9 December 1961 Santiago, Chile Flag of Chile.svg  Chile 1–5LostFriendly
39.31 May 1962 Rancagua, Chile Flag of England.svg  England 2–1Won 1962 FIFA World Cup
40.3 June 1962 Rancagua, Chile Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria 6–1Won 1962 FIFA World Cup
41.3 June 1962 Rancagua, Chile Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria 6–1Won 1962 FIFA World Cup
42.24 June 1962 Vienna, Austria Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 2–1WonFriendly
43.24 June 1962 Vienna, Austria Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 2–1WonFriendly
44.2 September 1962 Poznań, Poland Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 2–0WonFriendly
45.7 November 1962 Budapest, Hungary Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 3–1Won 1964 European Nations' Cup qualifying
46.11 November 1962 Paris, France Flag of France.svg  France 3–2WonFriendly
47.11 November 1962 Paris, France Flag of France.svg  France 3–2WonFriendly
48.20 March 1963 Cardiff, Wales Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 1–1Draw 1964 European Nations' Cup qualifying
49.2 June 1963 Prague, Czechoslovakia Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia 2–2WonFriendly
50.25 April 1964 Paris, France Flag of France.svg  France 3–1Won 1964 European Nations' Cup qualifying
51.25 April 1964 Paris, France Flag of France.svg  France 3–1Won 1964 European Nations' Cup qualifying


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