The Hungarian Football Association (MLSZ) has banned fans identified as “renitent” at a recent Hungary-England match in Budapest, from attending further matches for two years.
“We will only survive and be successful if we win,” Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in Parliament on Friday where he together with President János Áder decorated Hungary’s medal-winning athletes at the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
The Disciplinary Committee of the Hungarian Football Federation banned Balázs Dzsudzsák, forcing him to miss the October 17 meeting in Mezőkövesd. The professional staff cannot count on Bence Sós, who had the 5th yellow card against Fehérvár this season.
DVSC received a fine from the disciplinary committee of the Hungarian Football Association (MLSZ) on Tuesday for repeated disorderly conduct of its fans.
Hungary has been ordered by FIFA to play its next World Cup qualifier behind closed doors following the racist abuse of England’s players by Hungarian fans at a match earlier this month.
Passengers with fan passes for the 2021/2022 season can use tram DKV1 and trolleybuses 3, 3A, 5 and 5A free of charge on the day of the match, from 16:00 to 22:00 – writes in a company statement.
Hungarian tennis club owner Zsolt Velcz has broken the Guinness World Record for the most tennis rackets strung in 24 hours.
In the first betting match of the 2021/2022 season, DEAC is already on the ice for a gold medal in the Andersen Super Cup. The people of Debrecen who won the Hungarian Cup in the spring will clash with the champion Fradi for the Super Cup on Saturday afternoon – writes DEAC.hu.
From September 6, 2021, new ticket and season ticket prices will take effect in the Debrecen Swimming Pool Complex – the Debrecen Swimming Pool Complex informed.
The British Football Association has asked international federation FIFA to launch an investigation into racist behaviours by Hungarian supporters during a Hungary-England World Cup qualifier played in Budapest on Thursday night.