Magyar Kupa

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Magyar Kupa
Founded1909
RegionHungary
Number of teams128 (Main round)
Qualifier for UEFA Europa Conference League
Current champions Újpest
(11th title)
Most successful club(s) Ferencváros
(23 titles)
Television broadcasters M4 Sport
Website Official website
Soccerball current event.svg 2020–21 Magyar Kupa

The Hungarian Cup (Hungarian : Magyar Kupa) is the Hungarian cup competition for football clubs. It was started by the Hungarian Football Association, the Magyar Labdarúgó Szövetség, in 1909, eight years after the commencement of the Hungarian League, the Nemzeti Bajnokság.

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Besides all of the professional clubs of Hungary numerous amateur sides take part every year. These have to qualify through local cup competitions.

The most successful participant in the Magyar Kupa has been Ferencvárosi TC with 21 wins, followed by local rivals MTK Hungária FC with 12 cups. The current holder is Budapest Honvéd FC, having won their eighth title in 2020.

History

Although the first Hungarian League match was played in 1901, the first Hungarian Cup match was played eight years later in 1910 between MTK Budapest FC and Budapesti TC. The first era of the Magyar Kupa was dominated by the same clubs as in the Hungarian League: MTK Budapest FC and Ferencvárosi TC. In the 1910s MTK won four trophies, while Ferencváros only one. However, in the 1920s Ferencváros won three other titles, whereas MTK two cups. The only club able to interrupt the Ferencvárosi TC-MTK Budapest FC rivalry was Kispesti AC in 1926.

In the 1930s, new clubs finally broke through to win the Hungarian Cup, and two of them were from outside Budapest. In 1930 Bocskai FC and in 1934 Soroksár FC. The traditional clubs (MTK and Ferencváros) won three trophies: Ferencváros in 1933 and 1935, and MTK in 1932.

The 1940s were dominated by Ferencváros by winning the cup in a three consecutive seasons: 1941–42, 1942–43, and 1943–44. Ferencváros's dominance was interrupted by Szolnoki MÁV FC by winning the 1940–41 season.

Due to the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, the Magyar Kupa was held only three times in the 1950s. Three Budapest clubs could win in the 1950s: Budapesti Bástya, Budapesti Vasas SC, and Ferencvárosi TC. The 1960s were dominated by Rába ETO Győr by winning the cup in three consecutive seasons: 1965, 1966, and 1967. In 1969 Újpesti Dózsa SC became cup winners for the first time after losing five finals.

The 1970s were dominated by Budapest clubs. Ferencváros won four times, Újpest won twice, and Vasas SC won once. However, the 1976–77 season was won by Diósgyőri VTK. This was the first time when the cup finals was in a round-robin tournament.

In the 1980s, Újpesti Dózsa SC won three trophies, while Budapest Honvéd SE could lift the cup twice. In the 1990s Ferencvárosi TC won the cup four times. In 1999 Debreceni VSC won their first cup trophy.

In the early 2000s, the Magyar Kupa was dominated by Debrecen by winning three trophies in 2001, 2008, [1] 2010. [2] Debrecen's dominance was interrupted by Újpest in 2002, and Ferencváros in 2003, and 2004 while Honvéd could win the cup in 2007 and in 2009 [3] Other non-Budapest cup winners were Videoton in 2006 and Sopron in 2005.

In the 2010s, the dominance of the non-Budapest clubs continued. Debrecen managed to clinch the cup twice in the 2011–12 [4] and in the 2012–13 [5] seasons while Kecskemét could lift the trophy in the 2010–11 [6] season. However, Újpest surprisingly won the 2013–14 [7] season while the rebuilt Ferencváros in 2014–15 [8] season.

Austro-Hungarian Cup Finals

Magyar Kupa Finals

Key
(R)Replay
*Match went to extra time
Dagger-14-plain.pngMatch decided by a penalty shootout after extra time
Double-dagger-14-plain.pngWinning team won the Double
ItalicsTeam from outside the Nemzeti Bajnokság I
#SeasonWinnerScoreRunner-upVenueAttendance
1. 1909–10 MTK Budapest 1–1 * BTC Millenáris Sporttelep, Budapest 3,000
3–1 (R)
Millenáris Sporttelep, Budapest 4,000
2. 1910–11 MTK Budapest
1–0
MAC Üllői út, Budapest 15,000
3. 1911–12 MTK Budapest
w/o
Ferencváros None0
4. 1912–13 Ferencváros
2–1
BAK Üllői út, Budapest 6,000
5. 1913–14 MTK Budapest
4–0
MAC Üllői út, Budapest 8,000
No Competitions Held
6. 1921–22 Ferencváros 2–2 * Újpest Hungária körút, Budapest 8,000
1–0 (R)
Hungária körút, Budapest 8,000
7. 1922–23 MTK Budapest
4–1
Újpest Üllői út, Budapest 5,000
No Competitions Held
8. 1924–25 MTK Budapest
4–0
Újpest Hungária körút, Budapest 12,000
9. 1925–26 Kispest 1–1 * BEAC Hungária körút, Budapest 300
3–2 (R)
Postás Sport Egyesület, Budapest 150
10. 1926–27 Ferencváros
3–0
Újpest Hungária körút, Budapest 9,000
11. 1927–28 Ferencváros
5–1
Attila FC Üllői út, Budapest 8,000
No Competitions Held
12. 1929–30 Bocskai
5–1
Szegedi Bástya Hungária körút, Budapest 1,200
13. 1930–31 III. Kerület
4–1
Ferencváros Üllői út, Budapest 3,000
14. 1931–32 Hungária 1–1 * Ferencváros Üllői út, Budapest 9,000
4–3 (R)
Hungária körút, Budapest 8,000
15. 1932–33 Ferencváros
11–1
Újpest Hungária körút, Budapest 10,000
16. 1933–34 Soroksár 2–2 * BSZKRT Üllői út, Budapest 1,000
1–1 * (R) Üllői út, Budapest 15,000
2–0 (R)
Millenáris Sporttelep, Budapest 1,600
17. 1934–35 Ferencváros
2–1
MTK Budapest Hungária körút, Budapest 8,000
No Competitions Held
18. 1940–41 Szolnok
3–0
Salgótarján Üllői út, Budapest 7,000
19. 1941–42 Ferencváros
6–2
Diósgyőr Hungária körút, Budapest 18,000
20. 1942–43 Ferencváros
3–0
Salgótarján Hungária körút, Budapest 20,000
21. 1943–44 Ferencváros 2–2 * Kolozsvár Hungária körút, Budapest 28,000
3–1 (R)
Hungária körút, Budapest 10,000
No Competitions Held
22. 1951–52 Budapesti Bástya
3–2
Dorog Építők stadion, Budapest 14,000
Suspended
No Competitions Held
23. 1954–55 Vasas Budapest
3–2
Budapest Honvéd Népstadion, Budapest 40,000
24. 1955–58 Ferencváros
2–1
Salgótarján Népstadion, Budapest 10,000
No Competitions Held
25. 1964 Budapest Honvéd
1–0
Győr Népstadion, Budapest 8,000
26. 1965 Győr
4–0
Diósgyőr Népstadion, Budapest 3,000
27. 1966 Győr 1–1 * Ferencváros Népstadion, Budapest 10,000
3–2 (R)
Népstadion, Budapest 17,000
28. 1967 Győr
1–0
Salgótarján Népstadion, Budapest 3,000
29. 1968 MTK Budapest
2–1
Budapest Honvéd Népstadion, Budapest 8,000
30. 1969 Újpest
3–1
Budapest Honvéd Népstadion, Budapest 15,000
31. 1970 Újpest
3–2
Komló Népstadion, Budapest 5,000
32. 1971–72 Ferencváros
2–1
Tatabánya Megyeri út, Budapest 4,000
33. 1972–73 Vasas Budapest 4–3 * Budapest Honvéd Népstadion, Budapest 10,000
34. 1973–74 Ferencváros
3–1
Komló Népstadion, Budapest 10,000
35. 1974–75 Újpest
3–2
Szombathely Népstadion, Budapest 3,000
36. 1975–76 Ferencváros
1–0
MTK Budapest Népstadion, Budapest 15,000
37. 1976–77 Diósgyőr
RR
Ferencváros Home and Away matches
38. 1977–78 Ferencváros 4–2 * Pécs Népstadion, Budapest 20,000
39. 1978–79 Győr
1–0
Ferencváros Népstadion, Budapest 10,000
40. 1979–80 Diósgyőr
3–1
Vasas Budapest Veszprémi stadion, Veszprém 15,000
41. 1980–81 Vasas Budapest
1–0
Diósgyőr Szegedi stadion, Szeged 10,000
42. 1981–82 Újpest
2–0
Videoton Szekszárdi stadion, Szekszárd 18,000
43. 1982–83 Újpest
3–2
Budapest Honvéd Népstadion, Budapest 5,000
44. 1983–84 Siófok
2–1
Győr Sóstói Stadion, Székesfehérvár 17,000
45. 1984–85 Budapest Honvéd
5–0
Tatabánya Népstadion, Budapest 3,000
46. 1985–86 Vasas Budapest 0–0 Dagger-14-plain.png Ferencváros Népstadion, Budapest 20,000
47. 1986–87 Újpest
3–2
Pécs Népstadion, Budapest 3,000
48. 1987–88 Békéscsaba
3–2
Budapest Honvéd Tiszaligeti Stadion, Szolnok 7,000
49. 1988–89 Budapest Honvéd
1–0
Ferencváros Népstadion, Budapest 20,000
50. 1989–90 Pécs
2–0
Budapest Honvéd Révész utca, Tatabánya 3,000
51. 1990–91 Ferencváros
1–0
Vác Diósgyőri Stadion, Miskolc 8,000
52. 1991–92 Újpest 1–0 * Vác Kórház utca, Békéscsaba 10,000
53. 1992–93 Ferencváros
1–1
Szombathely Rohonci úti Stadion, Szombathely 18,000
1–1 Dagger-14-plain.png Üllői út, Budapest 18,000
54. 1993–94 Ferencváros
3–0
Budapest Honvéd Üllői út, Budapest 15,000
2–1
Bozsik József Stadion, Budapest 12,000
55. 1994–95 Ferencváros
2–0
Vác Üllői út, Budapest 8,000
4–3
Stadion Városi, Vác 10,000
56. 1995–96 Budapest Honvéd
0–1
BVSC Szőnyi út, Budapest 3,000
2–0
Bozsik József Stadion, Budapest 6,000
57. 1996–97 MTK Budapest
6–0
BVSC Hungária körút, Budapest 2,000
2–0
Szőnyi út, Budapest 1,000
58. 1997–98 MTK Budapest
1–0
Újpest Fáy utca, Budapest 13,000
59. 1998–99 Debrecen
2–1
Tatabánya Stadion Városi, Vác 12,000
60. 1999–2000 MTK Budapest
3–1
Vasas Budapest Népstadion, Budapest 4,000
61. 2000–01 Debrecen
5–2
Videoton Üllői út, Budapest 11,000
62. 2001–02 Újpest 2–1 * Szombathely Stadion ETO, Győr 8,000
63. 2002–03 Ferencváros
2–1
Debrecen Puskás Ferenc Stadion, Budapest 10,000
64. 2003–04 Ferencváros
3–1
Budapest Honvéd Puskás Ferenc Stadion, Budapest 4,000
65. 2004–05 Sopron
5–1
Ferencváros Sóstói Stadion, Székesfehérvár 4,000
66. 2005–06 Videoton 2–2 Dagger-14-plain.png Vasas Budapest Üllői út, Budapest 5,000
67. 2006–07 Budapest Honvéd 2–2 Dagger-14-plain.png Debrecen Szusza Ferenc Stadion, Budapest 6,880
68. 2007–08 Debrecen
7–0
Budapest Honvéd Bozsik József Stadion, Budapest 2,000
2–1
Oláh Gábor utcai Stadion, Debrecen 7,500
69. 2008–09 Budapest Honvéd
1–0
Győr ETO Park, Győr 14,000
0–0
Bozsik József Stadion, Budapest 8,000
70. 2009–10 Debrecen
3–2
Zalaegerszeg Puskás Ferenc Stadion, Budapest 5,000
71. 2010–11 Kecskemét
3–2
Videoton Puskás Ferenc Stadion, Budapest 5,000
72. 2011–12 Debrecen 3–3 Dagger-14-plain.png MTK Budapest Puskás Ferenc Stadion, Budapest 4,000
73. 2012–13 Debrecen
2–1
Győr Bozsik József Stadion, Budapest 5,000
74. 2013–14 Újpest 1–1 Dagger-14-plain.png Diósgyőr Puskás Ferenc Stadion, Budapest 22,000
75. 2014–15 Ferencváros
4–0
Videoton Groupama Arena, Budapest 15,000
76. 2015–16 Ferencváros
1–0
Újpest Groupama Arena, Budapest 19,000
77. 2016–17 Ferencváros 1–1 Dagger-14-plain.png Vasas Budapest Groupama Arena, Budapest 14,970
78. 2017–18 Újpest 2–2 Dagger-14-plain.png Puskás Akadémia Groupama Arena, Budapest 11,270
79. 2018–19 Vidi
2–1
Budapest Honvéd Groupama Arena, Budapest 12,777
80. 2019–20 Budapest Honvéd
2–1
Mezőkövesd Puskás Aréna, Budapest 10,000
81. 2020–21 Újpest 1–0 * Fehérvár Puskás Aréna, Budapest

Notes:

Statistics

Performances by club

ClubWinnersRunners-upWinning Years
Ferencváros 4
23
9
1912–13, 1921–22, 1926–27, 1927–28, 1932–33, 1934–35, 1941–42, 1942–43, 1943–44, 1955–58, 1971–72, 1973–74, 1975–76, 1977–78, 1990–91, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1994–95, 2002–03, 2003–04, 2014–15, 2015–16, 2016–17
MTK Budapest 5
12
3
1909–10, 1910–11, 1911–12, 1913–14, 1922–23, 1924–25, 1931–32, 1951–52, 1968, 1996–97, 1997–98, 1999–00
Újpest 6
11
7
1969, 1970, 1974–75, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1986–87, 1991–92, 2001–02, 2013–14, 2017–18, 2020–21
Budapest Honvéd 7
8
11
1925–26, 1964, 1984–85, 1988–89, 1995–96, 2006–07, 2008–09, 2019–20
Debrecen
6
2
1998–99, 2000–01, 2007–08, 2009–10, 2011–12, 2012–13
Győr 8
4
4
1965, 1966, 1967, 1978–79
Vasas 9
4
4
1954–55, 1972–73, 1980–81, 1985–86
Fehérvár 11
2
5
2005–06, 2018–19
Diósgyőr 10
2
4
1976–77, 1979–80
Pécs 12
1
2
1989–90
Kecskemét
1
2010–11
Sopron
1
2004–05
Békéscsaba
1
1987–88
Siófok
1
1983–84
Szolnok 13
1
1940–41
Soroksár
1
1933–34
III. Kerület
1
1930–31
Bocskai
1
1929–30
Salgótarján
4
Szombathely
3
Tatabánya
3
Vác
3
BVSC
2
Komló
2
MAC
2
Miskolc
1
BAK
1
Szeged
1
BEAC
1
BSZKRT
1
BTC
1
Dorog
1
Zalaegerszeg
1
Mezőkövesd
1
Puskás Akadémia
1
Kolozsvár 14
1

Notes:

Performances by county

As of 3 May 2021

CountyTitlesWinning Clubs
Flag of Budapest (2011-).svg Budapest
60
Ferencváros (23)
MTK (12)
Újpest (11)
Honvéd (8)
Vasas (4)
Soroksár (1)
III. Kerület (1)
FLAG-Hajdu-Bihar-megye.svg Hajdú-Bihar
7
Debrecen (6)
Bocskai (1)
FLAG-Gyor-Moson-Sopron-megye.svg Győr-Moson-Sopron
5
Győr (4)
Sopron (1)
FLAG-Borsod-Abauj-Zemplen-megye.svg Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén
2
Diósgyőr (2)
FLAG-Fejer-megye.svg Fejér
2
Fehérvár (2)
FLAG-Bacs-Kiskun-megye.svg Bács-Kiskun
1
Kecskemét (1)
FLAG-Baranya-megye.svg Baranya
1
Pécs (1)
FLAG-Bekes-megye.svg Békés
1
Békéscsaba (1)
FLAG-Jasz-Nagykun-Szolnok.svg Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok
1
Szolnok (1)
FLAG-Somogy-megye.svg Somogy
1
Siófok (1)

Top scorers in the Final

Jozsef Takacs scored four times in the 1932-33 Final TakacsJozsef.jpg
József Takács scored four times in the 1932–33 Final

The following football players scored at least three goals in the Magyar Kupa final. There have been only one player who scored four goals in one single match in the final of 1932–33, József Takács.

Four goals

Hat-trick

Venues

Groupama Arena was the home of the 2017 Magyar Kupa Final Stade Budapest 08667.jpg
Groupama Aréna was the home of the 2017 Magyar Kupa Final
Matches playedCityStadiumLast match played
28
Budapest Népstadion/Puskás Ferenc Stadion 2013–14
18
Budapest Üllői út/Groupama Aréna 2017–18
14
Budapest Hungária körút/Hidegkuti Nándor Stadion 1996–97
5
Budapest Bozsik József Stadion 2012–13
3
Budapest Millenáris Sporttelep 1933–34
2
Budapest Megyeri út/Szusza Ferenc Stadion 2006–07
1
Győr Stadion ETO/ETO Park 2008–09
2
Budapest Szőnyi úti Stadion 1996–97
2
Székesfehérvár Sóstói Stadion 2004–05
2
Vác Stadion Városi 1998–99
1
Békéscsaba Kórház utca 1991–92
1
Budapest Építők stadion 1951–52
1
Budapest Postás pálya 1925–26
1
Budapest Puskás Aréna 2019–20
1
Budapest Illovszky Rudolf Stadion 1997–98
1
Debrecen Oláh Gábor utcai Stadion 2007–08
1
Miskolc Diósgyőri Stadion 1990–91
1
Szekszárd Szekszárdi stadion 1981–82
1
Szeged Szegedi stadion 1980–81
1
Szolnok Tiszaligeti Stadion 1987–88
1
Szombathely Rohonci úti Stadion 1992–93
1
Tatabánya Stadium Bányász 1989–90
1
Veszprém Veszprémi stadion 1979–80

Referees in the Final

As of 30 May 2017.

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Zsolt Szabó
RefereeYearNo
Flag of Hungary.svg Zoltán Iványi 2011, 2015, 2016 3
Flag of Hungary.svg Péter Solymosi 2008–09, 2014, 2017 3
Flag of Hungary.svg Attila Ábrahám 2000–01, 2001–02 2
Flag of Hungary.svg János Megyebíró 2005–06, 2002–03 2
Flag of Hungary.svg Viktor Kassai 2007–08, 2013 2
Flag of Hungary.svg Zsolt Szabó 2008–09, 2011–12 2
Flag of Hungary.svg István Vad 2007–08, 2009–10 2
Flag of Hungary.svg Attila Hanacsek 2004–05 1
Flag of Croatia.svg Edo Trivković 2004–05 1
Flag of Hungary.svg Ferenc Bede 2006–07 1

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