Békéscsaba 1912 Előre

Coordinates: 46°41′11″N 21°06′23″E / 46.6863°N 21.1063°E / 46.6863; 21.1063

Békéscsaba 1912 Előre is a Hungarian football club from Békéscsaba. The club was founded in 1912 as Előre Munkás Testedző Egyesület. The colours of the club are lilac and white. The club achieved its greatest success in 1988 when it won the Hungarian Cup competition, defeating Budapest Honvéd FC 3–2 in the final.

Békéscsaba
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Full nameBékéscsaba Előre
Nickname(s)Lilák (Purples)
Founded22 October 1912; 107 years ago (1912-10-22)
GroundKórház utcai Stadion,
Békéscsaba
Capacity4,963
ChairmanKároly Királyvári
ManagerSzabolcs Schindler
LeagueNB II
2018–19NB II, 6th

Until the end of 2004–05 the club spent a total of 25 seasons in the first Hungarian division, the Nemzeti Bajnokság I. They were promoted back to the top tier in 2015.

Name changesEdit

[citation needed]

  • 1912: Békéscsabai Előre Munkás Testedző Egyesület
  • 1948: Békéscsabai Előre SC
  • 1970: Békéscsabai Előre Spartacus SC
  • 1991: Békéscsabai Előre FC,
  • 2005: Békéscsaba 1912 Előre SE

StadiumEdit

Békéscsabai Előre play at the Kórház utcai Stadion situated in Békéscsaba, Hungary. Its capacity is 4,963 and it was built in 1974.


Current squadEdit

As of 19 February, 2020.[1]Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2   DF Balázs Zahorán
3   DF Zoltán Dávid
4   DF Márk Farkas
5   DF Sándor Nagy
6   MF Levente Lustyik (on loan from MTK)
7   MF Patrik Gránicz
8   DF Márk Mészáros
9   MF Tomás Faragó
11   FW Dániel Tóth
14   FW Ádám Váradi
15   MF Dominik Máris
16   MF Dániel Szalai
17   FW Tamás Ilyés
18   MF Patrik Király
No. Position Player
20   DF Balázs Babinyecz
22   FW Ádám Kovács
23   GK Ladislav Rybansky
24   GK János Uram
27   MF Márkó Pilán
28   DF Gábor Polényi
30   FW Raymond Lukács (on loan from MTK)
39   FW Márton Gréczi
55   MF György Hursán
60   FW László Oláh
69   MF Nikola Pantović
70   MF Anton Bidzilya
88   FW Tamás Varga
99   FW Erik Burai (on loan from Debreceni)

HonoursEdit

Season resultsEdit

Domestic International Manager
League Cup League
Cup
Super
Cup
No. Season MP W D L GF–GA Dif. Pts. Pos. Competition Result
1. 1974–75 28 6 9 13 24–33 −9 21 14th Did not qualify   Babolcsay
2. 1975–76 30 8 8 14 25–45 −20 24 15th Did not qualify
3. 1976–77 30 9 10 15 40–57 −17 28 13th Did not qualify   Mészöly
4. 1977–78 34 12 7 15 43–57 −14 31 10th Did not qualify   Mészöly
5. 1978–79 34 11 9 14 49–52 −3 31 12th Did not qualify
6. 1979–80 34 10 12 12 54–67 −13 32 14th Did not qualify
7. 1980–81 34 13 10 11 51–48 −3 36 9th Did not qualify
8. 1981–82 34 11 13 10 44–44 0 35 10th Did not qualify
9. 1982–83 30 5 7 18 41–75 −34 17 16th Did not qualify
27. 2015–16 33 6 9 18 25–55 −30 27 12th SF Did not qualify   Spisljak
Σ 1243 507 310 426 1902–1796 +106 1661

Updated: 09.08.2015.

European Cup historyEdit

[citation needed]

UEFA Cup Winners' CupEdit

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
1988–89 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Preliminary Round   Bryne 3–0 1–2 4–2
1. Round   Sakaryaspor 1–0 0–2 1–2

UEFA Intertoto CupEdit

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
1995 UEFA Intertoto Cup Group 4, 1st game   União de Leiria 2–2
Group 4, 2nd game   Næstved 3–3
Group 4, 3rd game   Ton Pentre 4–0
Group 4, 4th game   Heerenveen 0–4

UEFA CupEdit

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
1994–95 UEFA Cup Preliminary Round   FK Vardar 1–0 1–1 2–1
1. Round   Tekstilshchik 1–0 1–6 2–6

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