|Full name||MFK Zemplín Michalovce a.s.|
|Nickname(s)||Zemplínčania (The People of Zemplín (region))|
as NAC Michalovce
|Ground|| Mestský futbalový štadión,|
|Head coach||Anton Šoltis|
|2019–20||Fortuna Liga, 6th|
MFK Zemplín Michalovce (Slovak pronunciation: [ˈzɛmpliːn ˈmixalɔʊ̯tsɛ] ) is a Slovak football team, based in the town of Michalovce who play in the Fortuna Liga, the top tier in the Slovak football league system, from 2015–16.
Zemplín Michalovce was formed in 1912. Football in Michalovce first played in the summer of 1912, where Michalovce loss against FK Pozdišovce 0–6. The second club, which was based in Michalovce is called NAC Michalovce (Nagymihályi athlétikai club) in 1914. On 13 June 2015, they defeated their main rival MFK Skalica in a decisive match 2–0 away win, secured their first place and a historic promotion to the Fortuna Liga.
The following clubs are affiliated with Zemplín Michalovce:
MFK Zemplín's biggest rivals are clubs from eastern Slovakia as 1. FC Tatran Prešov, Partizán Bardejov, FK Bodva, 1. HFC Humenné and near TJ FK Veľké Revištia. Smaller rivalry is with other teams from the east, Lokomotíva Košice, MFK Vranov nad Topľou, FK Slavoj Trebišov, FK Spišská Nová Ves, ŠK Odeva Lipany. MFK Zemplín Michalovce supporters called Ultras Zemplín Michalovce (GS-52) maintain friendly relations with fans of VSS Košice called as Viva Košice.
|Period||Kit manufacturer||Shirt sponsor|
|2019–2020||ISDB, St. Nicolaus|
|2020-||St. Nicolaus, Scorp|
As of 20 February 2021.Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
For recent transfers, see List of Slovak football transfers summer 2020.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Ondrej Duda||Assistant manager|
|Pavol Penksa||Goalkeeping coach|
|Peter Ščobik||Team Leader|
|MUDr. Ján Paľovčík||Team Doctor|
Slovak League only (1993–present)
|Year||Division (name)||Position||Domestic cup||Top scorer (goals)|
|2003–04||(III) 2. liga||2nd (promoted)||did not enter|
|2004–05||(II) 1. liga||4th||Round 1|
|2005–06||(II) 1. liga||7th||Round 1|
|2006–07||(II) 1. liga||2nd (Relegation playoff)||Round 3|
|2007–08||(II) 1. liga||9th||Round 1|
|2008–09||(II) 1. liga||9th||Round 3||Jozef Gašpar (11)|
|2009–10||(II) 1. liga||6th||Round 1||Ruslan Lyubarskyi (9)|
|2010–11||(II) 1. liga||4th||Round 2||Filip Serečin (17)|
|2011–12||(II) 2. liga||6th||Round 2|
|2012–13||(II) 2. liga||5th||Round 1||Pavol Jurčo (8)|
|2013–14||(II) 2. liga||2nd||Round 3||Michal Hamuľak (25)|
|2014–15||(II) DOXXbet Liga||1st (promoted)||Round 4||Samuel Bayón (18)|
|2015–16||(I) Fortuna Liga||11th||Round 4||Dominik Kunca (7)|
|2016–17||(I) Fortuna Liga||8th||Semi-finals||Igor Žofčák (7)|
|2017–18||(I) Fortuna Liga||9th||Round 5||Martin Koscelník (8)|
|2018–19||(I) Fortuna Liga||5th||Semi–finals|| Peter Kolesár (5) |
Igor Žofčák (5)
|2019–20||(I) Fortuna Liga||6th||Round 3||Issa Modibo Sidibé (8)|
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