|Full name||Mário Mihál|
|Date of birth||27 February 2001|
|Place of birth||Borský Mikuláš, Slovakia|
|Height||1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)|
|Playing position(s)||Centre back|
|2007–2012||TJ Sokol Borský Mikuláš|
|2015–2016||→ Spartak Myjava (loan)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league onlyand correct as of 13 December 2020|
Mário Mihál (born 27 February 2001) is a Slovak footballer who plays for Spartak Trnava as a centre back.
Mihál was elevated into the first team of Senica was facing financial issues in the winter of 2019/20 and had released most of their first squad foreign players.Mihál made his professional Fortuna Liga debut for Senica against DAC Dunajská Streda on 16 February 2020. Mihál had made a debut in the starting-XI in a goal-less game played in MOL Aréna, with the result being hailed as surprising, considering the winter break developments in Senica, as most of the squad had played for youth teams until that point.
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