List of Hungarian football champions

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The Hungarian football champions are the winners of the highest league in Hungarian football, which is currently the Nemzeti Bajnokság I.[1]

Nemzeti Bajnokság (1901–present)

# Year Champions Runners-up Third place Leading Goalscorer G.
1. 1901 Budapesti Torna Club Magyar Úszó Egylet Ferencváros Manno (Budapesti Torna Club) 17
2. 1902 Budapesti Torna Club (2) Ferencváros 33 FC Manno (2) (Budapesti Torna Club) 10
3. 1903 Ferencváros Budapesti Torna Club MTK Budapest Károly (MTK Budapest) 15
4. 1904 MTK Budapest Ferencváros Budapesti Torna Club Pokorny (Ferencváros) 12
5. 1905 Ferencváros (2) Postás MTK Budapest Károly (2) (MTK Budapest) 13
6. 1906–07 Ferencváros (3) Magyar Atlétikai Club MTK Budapest Kelemen (Magyar Atlétikai Club) 21
7. 1907–08 MTK Budapest (2) Ferencváros Magyar Atlétikai Club Vangel (Magyar Atlétikai Club) 21
8. 1908–09 Ferencváros (4) Magyar Atlétikai Club Budapesti Torna Club Schlosser (Ferencváros) 30
9. 1909–10 Ferencváros (5) MTK Budapest Nemzeti Sport Club Schlosser (2) (Ferencváros) 18
10. 1910–11 Ferencváros (6) MTK Budapest Törekvés Schlosser (3) (Ferencváros) 38
11. 1911–12 Ferencváros (7) MTK Budapest Budapesti Atlétikai Klub Schlosser (4) (Ferencváros) 34
12. 1912–13 Ferencváros (8) MTK Budapest Budapesti Torna Club Schlosser (5) (Ferencváros) 33
13. 1913–14 MTK Budapest (3) Ferencváros Törekvés Schlosser (6) (Ferencváros) 21
1915
League Suspended due to World War I.
1916
League Suspended due to World War I.
14. 1916–17 MTK Budapest (4) Törekvés Újpest Schlosser (7) (MTK Budapest) 38
15. 1917–18 MTK Budapest (5) Ferencváros Törekvés Schaffer (MTK Budapest) 46
16. 1918–19 MTK Budapest (6) Ferencváros Újpest Schaffer (2) (MTK Budapest) 41
17. 1919–20 MTK Budapest (7) Budapest Honvéd Ferencváros Orth (MTK Budapest) 28
18. 1920–21 MTK Budapest (8) Újpest Ferencváros Orth (2) (MTK Budapest) 21
19. 1921–22 MTK Budapest (9) Ferencváros Újpest Orth (3) (MTK Budapest) 26
20. 1922–23 MTK Budapest (10) Újpest Ferencváros Priboj (Újpest) 25
21. 1923–24 MTK Budapest (11) Ferencváros Újpest Jeszmás (Újpest) 15
22. 1924–25 MTK Budapest (12) Ferencváros Vasas Molnár (MTK Budapest) 21
23. 1925–26 Ferencváros (9) MTK Budapest Vasas Takács (Vasas) 29
24. 1926–27 Ferencváros (10) Újpest MTK Budapest Horváth (Ferencváros) 14
25. 1927–28 Ferencváros (11) MTK Budapest Újpest Takács (2) (Ferencváros) 31
26. 1928–29 MTK Budapest (13) Ferencváros Újpest Takács (3) (Ferencváros) 41
27. 1929–30 Újpest Ferencváros MTK Budapest Takács (4) (Ferencváros) 40
28. 1930–31 Újpest (2) MTK Budapest Ferencváros Vincze (Bocskai) 20
29. 1931–32 Ferencváros (12) Újpest MTK Budapest Takács (5) (Ferencváros) 42
30. 1932–33 Újpest (3) MTK Budapest Ferencváros Jávor (Újpest) 31
31. 1933–34 Ferencváros (13) Újpest Bocskai Toldi (Ferencváros) 27
32. 1934–35 Újpest (4) Ferencváros MTK Budapest Cseh (MTK Budapest) 23
33. 1935–36 MTK Budapest (14) Újpest Ferencváros Sárosi (Ferencváros) 36
34. 1936–37 MTK Budapest (15) Ferencváros Újpest Cseh (2) (MTK Budapest) 36
35. 1937–38 Ferencváros (14) Újpest MTK Budapest Zsengellér (Újpest) 31
36. 1938–39 Újpest (5) Ferencváros MTK Budapest Zsengellér (2) (Újpest) 56
37. 1939–40 Ferencváros (15) MTK Budapest Újpest Sárosi (2) (Ferencváros) 23
38. 1940–41 Ferencváros (16) Újpest Szeged Sárosi (3) (Ferencváros) 29
39. 1941–42 Csepel Újpest Szolnok Kalmár (Szeged) 35
40. 1942–43 Csepel (2) Nagyvárad Ferencváros Zsengellér (3) (Újpest) / Jenőfi (Vasas) 26
41. 1943–44 Nagyvárad Ferencváros Kolozsvár Zsengellér (4) (Újpest) 33
42. 1945 Újpest (6) Ferencváros Csepel Zsengellér (5) (Újpest) 36
43. 1945–46 Újpest (7) Vasas Csepel Deák (Szentlőrinc) 66
44. 1946–47 Újpest (8) Budapest Honvéd Vasas Deák (2) (Szentlőrinc) 48
45. 1947–48 Csepel (3) Vasas MTK Budapest Puskás (Budapest Honvéd) 50
46. 1948–49 Ferencváros (17) MTK Budapest Budapest Honvéd Deák (3) (Ferencváros) 59
47. 1949–50 Budapest Honvéd Ferencváros MTK Budapest Puskás (2) (Budapest Honvéd) 31
48. 1950 Budapest Honvéd (2) MTK Budapest Újpest Puskás (3) (Budapest Honvéd) 25
49. 1951 MTK Budapest (16) Budapest Honvéd Újpest Kocsis (Budapest Honvéd) 30
50. 1952 Budapest Honvéd (3) MTK Budapest Újpest Kocsis (2) (Budapest Honvéd) 36
51. 1953 MTK Budapest (17) Budapest Honvéd Vasas Puskás (4) (Budapest Honvéd) 27
52. 1954 Budapest Honvéd (4) MTK Budapest Ferencváros Kocsis (3) (Budapest Honvéd) 33
53. 1955 Budapest Honvéd (5) MTK Budapest Ferencváros Czibor (Budapest Honvéd) / Machos (Budapest Honvéd) 20
1956
League Suspended due to the Hungarian Revolution of 1956.
54. 1957 Vasas MTK Budapest Újpest Szilágyi (Vasas) 17
55. 1957–58 MTK Budapest (18) Budapest Honvéd Ferencváros Friedmanszky (Ferencváros) / Molnár (MTK Budapest) 16
56. 1958–59 Csepel (4) MTK Budapest Budapest Honvéd Kisuczky (Csepel) / Monostori (Dorog) / Tichy (Honvéd) 15
57. 1959–60 Újpest (9) Ferencváros Vasas Albert (Ferencváros) 27
58. 1960–61 Vasas (2) Újpest MTK Budapest Albert (2) (Ferencváros) / Tichy (2) (Budapest Honvéd) 21
59. 1961–62 Vasas (3) Újpest Ferencváros Tichy (3) (Budapest Honvéd) 23
60. 1962–63 Ferencváros (18) MTK Budapest Újpest Bene (Újpest) 23
61. 1963 Győr Budapest Honvéd Ferencváros Tichy (4) (Budapest Honvéd) 13
62. 1964 Ferencváros (19) Budapest Honvéd Tatabánya Tichy (5) (Budapest Honvéd) 28
63. 1965 Vasas (4) Ferencváros Újpest Albert (3) (Ferencváros) 27
64. 1966 Vasas (5) Ferencváros Tatabánya Farkas (Vasas) 25
65. 1967 Ferencváros (20) Újpest Győr Dunai (Újpest) 36
66. 1968 Ferencváros (21) Újpest Vasas Dunai (2) (Újpest) 31
67. 1969 Újpest (10) Budapest Honvéd Ferencváros Bene (2) (Újpest) 27
68. 1970 Újpest (11) Ferencváros Budapest Honvéd Dunai (3) (Újpest) 14
69. 1970–71 Újpest (12) Ferencváros Vasas Kozma (Budapest Honvéd) 25
70. 1971–72 Újpest (13) Budapest Honvéd Salgótarján Bene (3) (Újpest) 29
71. 1972–73 Újpest (14) Ferencváros Vasas Bene (4) (Újpest) 23
72. 1973–74 Újpest (15) Ferencváros Győr Kozma (2) (Budapest Honvéd) 27
73. 1974–75 Újpest (16) Budapest Honvéd Ferencváros Kozma (3) (Budapest Honvéd) / Bene (5) (Újpest) 20
74. 1975–76 Ferencváros (22) Videoton Újpest Farkas (Újpest) 19
75. 1976–77 Vasas (6) Újpest Ferencváros Várady (Vasas) 36
76. 1977–78 Újpest (17) Budapest Honvéd MTK Budapest Farkas (2) (Újpest) 24
77. 1978–79 Újpest (18) Ferencváros Diósgyőr Fekete (Újpest) 31
78. 1979–80 Budapest Honvéd (6) Újpest Vasas Fekete (2) (Újpest) 36
79. 1980–81 Ferencváros (23) Tatabánya Vasas Nyilasi (Ferencváros) 30
80. 1981–82 Győr (2) Ferencváros Tatabánya Hannich (Győr) 22
81. 1982–83 Győr (3) Ferencváros Budapest Honvéd Dobány (Pécs / Szombathely) 23
82. 1983–84 Budapest Honvéd (7) Győr Videoton Szabó (Videoton) 19
83. 1984–85 Budapest Honvéd (8) Győr Videoton Détári (Budapest Honvéd) / Kiprich (Tatabánya) 18
84. 1985–86 Budapest Honvéd (9) Pécs Győr Détári (2) (Budapest Honvéd) 27
85. 1986–87 MTK Budapest (19) Újpest Tatabánya Détári (3) (Budapest Honvéd) 19
86. 1987–88 Budapest Honvéd (10) Tatabánya Újpest Melis (Debrecen) 19
87. 1988–89 Budapest Honvéd (11) Ferencváros MTK Budapest Petres (Videoton) 19
88. 1989–90 Újpest (19) MTK Budapest Ferencváros Dzurják (Ferencváros) 18
89. 1990–91 Budapest Honvéd (12) Ferencváros Pécs Gregor (Budapest Honvéd) 19
90. 1991–92 Ferencváros (24) Vác Budapest Honvéd Fischer (Siófok) / Orosz (Vác) 16
91. 1992–93 Budapest Honvéd (13) Vác Ferencváros Répási (Vác) 16
92. 1993–94 Vác Budapest Honvéd Békéscsaba Illés ( Budapest Honvéd) 17
93. 1994–95 Ferencváros (25) Újpest Debrecen Preisinger (Zalaegerszeg) 21
94. 1995–96 Ferencváros (26) Budapesti Vasutas Újpest Ukraine Nichenko (Stadler FC / Ferencváros) 18
95. 1996–97 MTK Budapest (20) Újpest Ferencváros Illés (2) (MTK Budapest) 23
96. 1997–98 Újpest (20) Ferencváros Vasas Tiber (Gázszer) 20
97. 1998–99 MTK Budapest (21) Ferencváros Újpest Illés (3) (MTK Budapest) 22
98. 1999–00 Dunaújváros MTK Budapest Vasas Tököli (Dunaújváros) 22
99. 2000–01 Ferencváros (27) Dunaújváros Vasas Kabát (Vasas) 24
100. 2001–02 Zalaegerszeg Ferencváros MTK Budapest Tököli (2) (Dunaújváros) 28
101. 2002–03 MTK Budapest (22) Ferencváros Debrecen Kenesei (Zalaegerszeg) 23
102. 2003–04 Ferencváros (28) Újpest Debrecen Tóth (Sopron) 17
103. 2004–05 Debrecen Ferencváros MTK Budapest Slovakia Medved (Pápa) 18
104. 2005–06 Debrecen (2) Újpest Videoton Rajczi (Újpest) 23
105. 2006–07 Debrecen (3) MTK Budapest Zalaegerszeg Senegal Sidibe (Debrecen) / Bajzát (Győr) 18
106. 2007–08 MTK Budapest (23) Debrecen Győr Waltner (Zalaegerszeg) 18
107. 2008–09 Debrecen (4) Újpest Szombathely Bajzát (2) (Győr) 20
108. 2009–10 Debrecen (5) Videoton Győr Serbia Nikolić (Videoton) 18
109. 2010–11 Videoton Paks Ferencváros Brazil Alves (Videoton) 24
110. 2011–12 Debrecen (6) Videoton Győr1 France Coulibaly (Debrecen) 20
111. 2012–13 Győr (4) Videoton Budapest Honvéd France Coulibaly (2) (Debrecen) 18
112. 2013–14 Debrecen (7) Győr Ferencváros Nikolić2 (2) (Videoton) / Simon (Paks) 21
113. 2014–15 Videoton (2) Ferencváros MTK Budapest Nikolić2 (3) (Videoton) 21
114. 2015–16 Ferencváros (29) Videoton Debrecen Böde (Ferencváros) 17
115. 2016–17 Budapest Honvéd (14) Videoton Vasas Eppel (Budapest Honvéd) 16
116. 2017–18 Videoton (3) Ferencváros Újpest Italy Lanzafame (Budapest Honvéd) 17

Notes:

  • In the brackets are shown the number of titles won.
  • Note 1: Győr finished in the top three of the 2011–12 Hungarian National Championship I, but they will not be eligible to enter either the 2012–13 UEFA Champions League or Europa League due to having been suspended from participating in UEFA competitions for the first season they qualify between the 2011–12 and 2013–14 seasons in relation to club licensing violations.[2] As a result, the fourth-placed team of the league will take one of Hungary's Europa League places in the first qualifying round.
  • Note 2: On 28 January 2011, Nikolić obtained Hungarian citizenship. András Palkovics, mayor of Székesfehérvár said that "We know about him that he knows the country, speaks the language since he has big plans with Videoton this year". Nikolić said that "I knew that it is not easy to obtain Hungarian citizenship but I hoped that due to the fact that my mother is Hungarian it would be easier but it turned out to be a bit more difficult".[3]

Performances

Performances by club

Titles won by club (%)

  Ferencváros – 29 (25%)
  MTK Budapest – 23 (20%)
  Újpest – 20 (18%)
  Honvéd – 13 (11%)
  Debrecen – 7 (6%)
  Vasas – 6 (5%)
  Other clubs (15%)
  • Fourteen clubs have been champions among which Nagyvárad have no longer been member of the Hungarian League since the end of World War II.
Club Winners Runners-up Winning Years
Ferencváros
29
35
1903, 1905, 1907, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1932, 1934, 1938, 1940, 1941, 1949, 1963, 1964, 1967, 1968, 1976, 1981, 1992, 1995, 1996, 2001, 2004, 2016
MTK Budapest
23
20
1904, 1908, 1914, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1929, 1936, 1937, 1951, 1953, 1958, 1987, 1997, 1999, 2003, 2008
Újpest *
20
21
1930, 1931, 1933, 1935, 1939, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1960, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1990, 1998
Budapest Honvéd
14
12
1950 (I), 1950 (II), 1952, 1954, 1955, 1980, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1993, 2017
Debrecen
7
1
2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014
Vasas
6
2
1957, 1961, 1962, 1965, 1966, 1977
Győr
4
3
1963, 1982, 1983, 2013
Csepel *
4
1942, 1943, 1948, 1959
Videoton
3
6
2011, 2015, 2018
Budapesti Torna Club dagger
2
1
1901, 1902
Vác
1
2
1994
Nagyvárad
1
1
1944
Dunaújváros
1
1
2000
Zalaegerszeg
1
2002
Magyar Atlétikai Club
2
Tatabánya
2
Magyar Úszó Egylet
1
Postás
1
Törekvés
1
Pécs
1
Budapesti Vasutas
1
Paks
1

Notes:

  • † Teams dissolved.
  • ‡ After 1946 played in the Romanian Liga I, but was dissolved in 1963.
  • * Újpest and Csepel became a district of Budapest on 1 January 1950.
  • The Bold teams are currently playing in the 2018–19 season of the Hungarian League.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Hungary - List of Champions". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation.com. 25 June 2015.
  2. ^ "Györ suspended and fined, MLSZ fined". UEFA.com. 17 June 2011. Archived from the original on 13 November 2012. Retrieved 12 April 2012.
  3. ^ "Nikolics Nemanja letette az állampolgársági esküt". Nemzeti Sport. 28 January 2011.

External links

  • Hungary - List of Champions, RSSSF.com
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