|Date of birth||21 March 1935|
|Place of birth||Budapest, Hungary|
|Date of death||6 January 1999 63)(aged|
|Place of death||Budapest, Hungary|
|1953–1971||Budapest Honvéd FC||320||(244)|
|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.
|Club performance||League||Cup||League Cup||Continental||Total|
|Hungary||League||Hungarian Cup||League Cup||Europe||Total|
|1956||Honved Budapest||National Championship I||15||12|
|1.||8 May 1955||Oslo, Norway||5–0||Won||Friendly|
|2.||19 May 1955||Helsinki, Finland||9–1||Won||Friendly|
|3.||19 May 1955||Helsinki, Finland||9–1||Won||Friendly|
|4.||2 October 1955||Prague, Czechoslovakia||3–1||Won||1955–60 Central European International Cup|
|5.||16 October 1955||Budapest, Hungary||6–1||Won||1955–60 Central European International Cup|
|6.||13 November 1955||Budapest, Hungary||4–2||Won||Friendly|
|7.||29 February 1956||Beirut, Lebanon||4–1||Won||Friendly|
|8.||29 February 1956||Beirut, Lebanon||4–1||Won||Friendly|
|9.||12 June 1957||Oslo, Norway||1–2||Lost||1958 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|10.||12 June 1958||Stockholm, Sweden||1–2||Lost||1958 FIFA World Cup|
|11.||15 June 1958||Sandviken, Sweden||4–0||Won||1958 FIFA World Cup|
|12.||15 June 1958||Sandviken, Sweden||4–0||Won||1958 FIFA World Cup|
|13.||17 June 1958||Stockholm, Sweden||1–2||Lost||1958 FIFA World Cup|
|14.||14 September 1958||Chorzów, Poland||3–1||Won||Friendly|
|15.||5 October 1958||Zagreb, Yugoslavia||4–4||Draw||Friendly|
|16.||26 October 1958||Bucharest, Romania||2–1||Won||Friendly|
|17.||23 November 1958||Budapest, Hungary||3–1||Won||Friendly|
|18.||23 November 1958||Budapest, Hungary||3–1||Won||Friendly|
|19.||19 April 1959||Budapest, Hungary||4–0||Won||Friendly|
|20.||19 April 1959||Budapest, Hungary||4–0||Won||Friendly|
|21.||25 October 1959||Budapest, Hungary||8–0||Won||1955–60 Central European International Cup|
|22.||25 October 1959||Budapest, Hungary||8–0||Won||1955–60 Central European International Cup|
|23.||25 October 1959||Budapest, Hungary||8–0||Won||1955–60 Central European International Cup|
|24.||25 October 1959||Budapest, Hungary||8–0||Won||1955–60 Central European International Cup|
|25.||8 November 1959||Budapest, Hungary||4–3||Won||Friendly|
|26.||8 November 1959||Budapest, Hungary||4–3||Won||Friendly|
|27.||29 November 1959||Florence, Italy||1–1||Draw||1955–60 Central European International Cup|
|28.||5 June 1960||Budapest, Hungary||3–3||Draw||Friendly|
|29.||30 October 1960||Brussels, Belgium||1–2||Lost||Friendly|
|30.||30 April 1961||Rotterdam, Netherlands||3–0||Won||1962 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|31.||7 May 1961||Beograd, Yugoslavia||4–2||Won||Friendly|
|32.||7 May 1961||Beograd, Yugoslavia||4–2||Won||Friendly|
|33.||28 May 1961||Budapest, Hungary||3–2||Won||Friendly|
|34.||28 May 1961||Budapest, Hungary||3–2||Won||Friendly|
|35.||10 September 1961||Berlín, East Germany||3–2||Won||1962 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|36.||8 October 1961||Vienna, Austria||1–2||Lost||Friendly|
|37.||22 October 1961||Budapest, Hungary||3–3||Draw||1962 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|38.||9 December 1961||Santiago, Chile||1–5||Lost||Friendly|
|39.||31 May 1962||Rancagua, Chile||2–1||Won||1962 FIFA World Cup|
|40.||3 June 1962||Rancagua, Chile||6–1||Won||1962 FIFA World Cup|
|41.||3 June 1962||Rancagua, Chile||6–1||Won||1962 FIFA World Cup|
|42.||24 June 1962||Vienna, Austria||2–1||Won||Friendly|
|43.||24 June 1962||Vienna, Austria||2–1||Won||Friendly|
|44.||2 September 1962||Poznań, Poland||2–0||Won||Friendly|
|45.||7 November 1962||Budapest, Hungary||3–1||Won||1964 European Nations' Cup qualifying|
|46.||11 November 1962||Paris, France||3–2||Won||Friendly|
|47.||11 November 1962||Paris, France||3–2||Won||Friendly|
|48.||20 March 1963||Cardiff, Wales||1–1||Draw||1964 European Nations' Cup qualifying|
|49.||2 June 1963||Prague, Czechoslovakia||2–2||Won||Friendly|
|50.||25 April 1964||Paris, France||3–1||Won||1964 European Nations' Cup qualifying|
|51.||25 April 1964||Paris, France||3–1||Won||1964 European Nations' Cup qualifying|
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