Hungary national football team results (1902–1929)

This article provides details of international football games played by the Hungary national football team from 1902 to 1929.[1][2]

Between their first match in 1902 and 1929, Hungary played in 139 matches, resulting in 71 victories, 27 draws and 41 defeats.[3] Throughout this period they played in the 1912 Summer Olympics, in which Hungary won the consolation tournament after beating Austria 3-0 in the final.[4] Notable figures during these years was Imre Schlosser who become the first player to score 50 international goals during this period, including a hat-trick in the consolation tournament semi-finals against Germany.

Results edit

1902 edit

12 October International Friendly Austria  5–0  Hungary Vienna, Austria
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Taurer 5'
Studnicka 10', 34', ?'
Huber ?'
Report[5] Stadium: WAC-Platz
Attendance: 500
Referee: Roland Shires (England)
Note: This was the first official international match played in continental Europe.

1903 edit

5 April International Friendly Hungary  2–1 Bohemia Bohemia Budapest, Hungary
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Borbás 16'
Minder 78'
Report
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Rezek 9' Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 750
Referee: Béla Ordódy (Hungary)
11 June International Friendly Hungary  3–2  Austria Margaret Island, Hungary
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Pokorny 24', 65'
Buda 52'
Report Pulchert 60'
Studnicka 70'
Attendance: 700
Referee: Arthur Yolland (England)
Note: József Pokorny set the goal scoring record for Hungary (2 goals)
11 October International Friendly Austria  4–2  Hungary Vienna, Austria
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Studnicka 24', 57', 72'
Huber 64'
Report Borbás 18', 82' Stadium: WAC-Platz
Attendance: 600
Referee: Geo Fuchs (Austria)
Note: Gáspár Borbás set the goal scoring record for Hungary (3 goals)

1904 edit

2 June International Friendly Hungary  3–0  Austria Budapest, Hungary
17:30 (UTC+1:00) Pokorny 25'
Koch 58'
Borbás 81'
Report Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 800
Referee: Ferenc Horváth (Hungary)
Note: Gáspár Borbás set the goal scoring record for Hungary (4 goals)
9 October International Friendly Austria  5–4  Hungary Vienna, Austria
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Stansfield 23', 53', 83', 84'
Bugno 27'
Report Károly 4'
Pokorny 30' (pen.), 41'
Borbás 67'
Stadium: Cricketer Platz
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Theodor Holley (Austria)

1905 edit

9 April International Friendly Hungary  0–0  Austria Budapest, Hungary
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Report Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 6,500
Referee: Ede Herczog (Hungary)

1906 edit

1 April International Friendly Hungary  1–1 Bohemia Bohemia Budapest, Hungary
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Károly 80' Report Valášek 56' Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Theodor Holley (Austria)
7 October International Friendly Bohemia Bohemia 4–4  Hungary Prague, Kingdom of Bohemia
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Starý 22', 83'
Baumruk 65'
Košek 88'
Report Horváth 33', 86'
Károly 59'
Molnár 61'
Stadium: Stadion Slavii
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Paul Heyne (Germany)
4 November International Friendly Hungary  3–1  Austria Budapest, Hungary
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Molnár 26'
Schlosser 55'
Károly 65'
Report Hussak 75' (p) Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Ákos Fehéry (Hungary)

1907 edit

7 April International Friendly Hungary  5–2 Bohemia Bohemia Budapest, Hungary
16:15 (UTC+1:00) Horváth 21', 74', 85'
Borbás 57'
Molnár 82' (pen.)
Report Pelikán 9'
Jelínek 29'
Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Alfréd Hajós (Hungary)
Note: Gáspár Borbás set the goal scoring record for Hungary (6 goals). This match was also the heaviest defeat of the Bohemia football team at the time.
5 May International Friendly Austria  3–1  Hungary Rudolfsheim, Austria
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Dünnmann 54'
Schediwy 62'
Wolf 86'
Report Károly 87' Stadium: Rapid Platz
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Hugo Meisl (Hungary)
6 October International Friendly Bohemia Bohemia 5–3  Hungary Prague, Kingdom of Bohemia
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Košek 15', 35', 86'
Bělka 62', 88'
Report Gorszky 4'
Szednicsek 16'
Weisz 25'
Stadium: Stadion Slavii
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Josef Gruss (Bohemia)
3 November International Friendly Hungary  4–1  Austria Budapest, Hungary
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Borbás 11', 37'
Vladar 18' (o.g.)
Károly 47' (p)
Report Dünnmann 80' Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: Ákos Fehéry (Hungary)
Note: Gáspár Borbás set the goal scoring record for Hungary (8 goals).

1908 edit

5 April 1908 International Friendly Hungary  5–2 Bohemia Bohemia Budapest, Hungary
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Schlosser 1', 73'
Károly 75', 86' (pen.)
Report Bělka 48', 74' Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 8,500
Referee: Theodor Holley (Austria)
3 May International Friendly Austria  4–0  Hungary Vienna, Austria
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Andres 9'
Kubik 22'
Hussak 71'
Kohn 84'
Report Stadium: Hohe Warte Stadium
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Theodor Holley (Austria)
10 June International Friendly Hungary  0–7  England Budapest, Hungary
18:00 (UTC+1:00) Report Woodward 13'
Hilsdon 28', 48', 71', 88'
Windridge 30'
Rutherford 38'
Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 6,500
Referee: Hugo Meisl (Austria)
1 November International Friendly Hungary  5–3  Austria Budapest, Hungary
14:30 (UTC+1:00) Kaltenbrunner 3' (o.g.)
Krempels 17', 59'
Schlosser 44'
Koródy 70'
Report Fischera 12', 79'
Studnicka 23'
Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 6,500
Referee: Heinrich Riso (Germany)

1909 edit

4 April International Friendly Hungary  3–3  Germany Budapest, Hungary
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Borbás 4'
Schlosser 28'
Sebestyén 60'
Report Worpitzky 5', 33'
Ugi 79' (pen.)
Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 9,000
Referee: Hugo Meisl (Austria)
2 May International Friendly Austria  3–4  Hungary Vienna, Austria
16:30 (UTC+1:00) Neubauer 9', 57'
Schmieger 20'
Report Schlosser 35', 54' (pen.), 73' (pen.)
Bíró 37'
Stadium: Cricketer Platz
Attendance: 1,400
Referee: Paul Neumann (Germany)
29 May International Friendly Hungary  2–4  England Budapest, Hungary
17:30 (UTC+1:00) Késmárky 44'
Grósz 72'
Report Bridgett 5'
Woodward 39'
Fleming 42'
Weinber 79' (o.g.)
Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Christiaan Groothoff (Netherlands)
30 May International Friendly Hungary  1–1  Austria Budapest, Hungary
17:30 (UTC+1:00) Borbás 2' Report Schrenk 17' Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 11,000
Referee: George Simmons (England)
Note: Gáspár Borbás set the goal scoring record for Hungary (10 goals).
31 May International Friendly Hungary  2–8  England Budapest, Hungary
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Schlosser 47'
Mészáros 78'
Report Fleming 3', 44'
Woodward 12' (36)
Holley 17', 89'
Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Ferenc Schubert (Hungary)
7 November International Friendly Hungary  2–2  Austria Budapest, Hungary
14:30 (UTC+1:00) Schlosser 6', 48' Report Schmieger 5', 62' Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Paul Neumann (Germany)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the goal scoring record for Hungary (11 goals).

1910 edit

1 May International Friendly Austria  2–1  Hungary Vienna, Austria
16:30 (UTC+1:00) Fischera 2'
Hussak 33'
Report Dobó 8' Stadium: Hohe Warte Stadium
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: Max Brandt (Germany)
26 May International Friendly Hungary  6–1  Italy Budapest, Hungary
17:00 (UTC+1:00) Schlosser 28', 48'
Weisz 32'
Károly 69', 75'
Dobó 74'
Report Rizzi 88' Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 11,000
Referee: Edgar Blüher (Germany)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the goal scoring record for Hungary (13 goals).
6 November International Friendly Hungary  3–0  Austria Budapest, Hungary
14:30 (UTC+1:00) Koródy 27', 77'
Bodnár 82'
Report Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 11,000
Referee: Edgar Blüher (Germany)

1911 edit

1 January International Friendly France  0–3  Hungary Maisons-Alfort, France
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Report Schlosser 10', 30', 49' Stadium: Stade Charentonneau
Attendance: 2,032
Referee: Charles Barette (Belgium)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the goal scoring record for Hungary (16 goals).
6 January International Friendly Italy  0–1  Hungary Milan, Italy
14:30 (UTC+1:00) Report Schlosser 22' Stadium: Arena Civica
Attendance: 4,500
Referee: Henry Goodley (Italy)
8 January International Friendly Switzerland  2–0  Hungary Zürich, Switzerland
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Collet 54'
Wyss 71'
Report Stadium: Vélodrome Hardau
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Patrick Devitte (Switzerland)
7 May International Friendly Austria  3–1  Hungary Vienna, Austria
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Hussak 36'
Merz 38', 79'
Report Bodnár 20' Stadium: Hohe Warte Stadium
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: Hubert Istace (Belgium)
29 October International Friendly Hungary  9–0   Switzerland Budapest, Hungary
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Bíró 1'
Koródy 5', 26'
Schlosser 18', 56', 62', 79', 83', 85'
Report Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Hugo Meisl (Austria)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the goal scoring record for Hungary (23 goals). This match was also the biggest victory of the Hungary football team at the time.
5 November Wagner Trophy Hungary  2–0  Austria Budapest, Hungary
14:30 (UTC+1:00) Bodnár 30' (pen.)
Koródy 53'
Report Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Patrick Devitte (Switzerland)
17 December 1911 International Friendly Germany  1–4  Hungary Munich, Germany
14:00 (UTC+1:00) Worpitzky 48' Report Sebestyén 24'
Schlosser 43', 74'
Bodnár 66'
Stadium: Männer-Turn-Verein
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Hugo Meisl (Austria)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the goal scoring record for Hungary (25 goals). This match was also the biggest victory of the Hungary football team at the time.

1912 edit

14 April International Friendly Hungary  4–4  Germany Budapest, Hungary
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Schlosser 9'
Bodnár 59', 65', 75'
Report Möller 15'
Kipp 17'
Worpitzky 25'
Jäger 44' (pen.)
Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Hugo Meisl (Austria)
5 May Wagner Trophy Austria  1–1  Hungary Vienna, Austria
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Fischera 87' Report Bodnár 20' Stadium: Hohe Warte Stadium
Attendance: 11,000
Referee: John Howcroft (England)
20 June International Friendly Sweden  2–2  Hungary Gothenburg, Sweden
19:45 (UTC+1:00) Bodnár 37'
Pataki 58'
Report Bergström 8'
Svensson 46'
Stadium: Walhalla Idrottsplats
Attendance: 2,300
Referee: Albert Meerum Terwogt (Netherlands)
23 June International Friendly Norway  0–6  Hungary Oslo, Norway
19:30 (UTC+1:00) Schlosser 10', 89'
Bodnár 49', 71', 73'
Tóth 31'
Report Stadium: Kristiania
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Ruben Gelbord (Sweden)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the European goal scoring record (28 goals).
30 June 1912 Olympics first round Great Britain  7–0  Hungary Stockholm
13:30 (UTC+1:00) Walden 21', 23', 49', 53', 55', 85'
Woodward 45'
Report Stadium: Tranebergs Idrottsplats
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Christiaan Groothoff (Netherlands)
3 July 1912 Olympics consolation tournament semi final Hungary  3–1  Germany Stockholm
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Schlosser 3', 39', 82' Report Förderer 56' Stadium: Tranebergs Idrottsplats
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Christiaan Groothoff (Netherlands)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the European goal scoring record (31 goals).
5 July 1912 Olympics Consolation Tournament Final Austria  0–3  Hungary Stockholm, Sweden
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Report Schlosser 32'
Pataki 72'
Bodnár 73'
Stadium: Råsunda IP
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Herbert Willing (Netherlands)
12 July International Friendly Russia  0–9  Hungary Moscow, Russia
17:00 (+2:30) Pataki 9', 44', 49', 75' (pen.)
Schlosser 40', 58'
Kertész 47', 54', 84'
Report Stadium: Sokolniki Pitch
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: George Bayness (Russia)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the European goal scoring record (34 goals).
14 July International Friendly Russia  0–12  Hungary Moscow, Russia
17:00 (+2:30) Kertész 17', 36', 64'
Schlosser 39', 50', 69', 71', 90'
Pataki 65', 73'
Tóth 79'
Bródy 86'
Report Stadium: Sokolniki Pitch
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Alexander Schultz (Russia)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the European goal scoring record (39 goals).
3 November Wagner Trophy Hungary  4–0  Austria Budapest, Hungary
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Schlosser 21', 80'
Bodnár 34'
Pataki 65'
Report Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: John Howcroft (England)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the European goal scoring record (41 goals).

1913 edit

27 April Wagner Trophy Austria  1–4  Hungary Vienna, Austria
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Studnicka 62' Report Tóth 25'
Bíró 71'
Pataki 75', 77'
Stadium: Prater Sportplatz
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: John Howcroft (England)
18 May International Friendly Hungary  2–0  Sweden Budapest, Hungary
17:00 (UTC+1:00) Pataki 87'
Schlosser 89'
Report Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 21,000
Referee: Heinrich Retschury (Austria)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the European goal scoring record (42 goals).
26 October Wagner Trophy Hungary  4–3  Austria Budapest, Hungary
14:30 (UTC+1:00) Kertész 4', 25'
Hlavay 40'
Pataki 68'
Report Schwarz 28'
Merz 80'
Dittrich 84' (p)
Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 32,000
Referee: James Schumacher (England)

1914 edit

3 May Wagner Trophy Austria  2–0  Hungary Vienna, Austria
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Fischera 19', 34' Report Stadium: Prater Sportplatz
Attendance: 19,627
Referee: Albert Meerum-Terwogt (Netherlands)
31 May Wagner Trophy Hungary  5–1  France Budapest, Hungary
17:30 (UTC+1:00) Bodnár 20', 81', 87'
Payer 59' (pen.)
Pataki 76'
Report Brouzes 1' Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 14,000
Referee: Heinrich Retschury (Austria)
19 June International Friendly Sweden  1–5  Hungary Solna, Sweden
19:45 (UTC+1:00) Ansen ?' Report Payer 21'
Tóth 25'
Borisz 44'
Rácz 60'
Schlosser 87'
Stadium: Råsunda IP
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Albert Meerum Terwogt (Netherlands)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the European goal scoring record (43 goals).
21 June International Friendly Sweden  1–1  Hungary Solna, Sweden
19:45 (UTC+1:00) Schlosser 30' Report Börjesson 50' Stadium: Råsunda IP
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Albert Meerum Terwogt (Netherlands)
4 October International Friendly Hungary  2–2  Austria Budapest, Hungary
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Pótz-Nagy 54'
Schlosser 72'
Report Studnicka 36'
Swatosch 45'
Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Ákos Fehéry (Hungary)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the European goal scoring record (45 goals).
8 November International Friendly Austria  1–2  Hungary Vienna, Austria
14:30 (UTC+1:00) Kuthan 68' Report Konrád 59'
Bodnár 87'
Stadium: Prater Sportplatz
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Wilhelm Schmieger (Austria)

1915 edit

2 May International Friendly Hungary  2–5  Austria Budapest, Hungary
16:30 (UTC+1:00) Prohazka 44' (o.g.)
Pataki 71'
Report Studnicka 26', 46'
Kuthan 36'
Hoel 55'
Ehrlich 87'
Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Ferenc Schubert (Hungary)
30 May International Friendly Austria  1–2  Hungary Vienna, Austria
16:30 (UTC+1:00) Swatosch 80' Report Schlosser 5'
Borbás 22'
Stadium: Prater Sportplatz
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Wilhelm Schmieger (Austria)
3 October International Friendly Austria  4–2  Hungary Vienna, Austria
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Heinzl 20', 26'
Bauer 65', 85'
Report Schlosser 14'
Kertész 52'
Stadium: Prater Sportplatz
Attendance: 1,200
Referee: Heinrich Retschury (Austria)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the European goal scoring record (47 goals).
7 November International Friendly Hungary  6–2  Austria Budapest, Hungary
14:30 (UTC+1:00) Kraupar 7' (o.g.)
Schaffer 21', 75', 90'
Tóth 58', 76'
Report Hoel 25'
Studnicka 80'
Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Aladár Oláh (Hungary)

1916 edit

7 May International Friendly Austria  3–1  Hungary Vienna, Austria
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Bauer 62', 70'
Studnicka 76'
Report Kertész 58' Stadium: Prater Sportplatz
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Wilhelm Schmieger (Austria)
4 June International Friendly Hungary  2–1  Austria Budapest, Hungary
16:30 (UTC+1:00) Schaffer 11'
Schlosser 25'
Report Bauer 27' Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Aladár Oláh (Hungary)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the European goal scoring record (48 goals).
1 October International Friendly Hungary  2–3  Austria Budapest, Hungary
14:30 (UTC+1:00) Schaffer 11'
Tóth 21'
Report Bauer 2', 30'
Grundwald 15'
Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Imre Vértes (Hungary)
5 November International Friendly Austria  3–3  Hungary Vienna, Austria
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Bauer 17', 52'
Kraus 25'
Report Schlosser 22'
Konrád 45'
Schaffer 56'
Stadium: Prater Sportplatz
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: Max Seemann (Austria)

1917 edit

6 May International Friendly Austria  1–1  Hungary Vienna, Austria
16:30 (UTC+2:00) Heinzl 45' Report Schlosser 18' Stadium: Prater Sportplatz
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Wilhelm Schmieger (Austria)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the European goal scoring record (50 goals).
3 June International Friendly Hungary  6–2  Austria Budapest, Hungary
16:30 (UTC+2:00) Urik 13'
Schaffer 16', 63'
Schlosser 40', 45'
Weisz 41'
Report Heinzl 9'
Popovic 76'
Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 22,000
Referee: Karl Winkler (Germany)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the European goal scoring record (52 goals).
15 July International Friendly Austria  1–4  Hungary Vienna, Austria
17:00 (UTC+2:00) Prousek 50' Report Schaffer 39', 73', 77'
Schlosser 55'
Stadium: Prater Sportplatz
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Rudolf Pohl (Germany)
7 October International Friendly Hungary  2–1  Austria Budapest, Hungary
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Schaffer 40'
Taussig 52'
Report Sedláček 67' Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Erich Chemnitz (Germany)
4 November International Friendly Austria  1–2  Hungary Vienna, Austria
14:30 (UTC+1:00) Wilda 61' Report Schaffer 12', 33' Stadium: Prater Sportplatz
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Kurt Von Paquet (Germany)

1918 edit

14 April International Friendly Hungary  2–0  Austria Budapest, Hungary
16:30 (UTC+2:00) Schlosser 26'
Schaffer 52' (pen.)
Report Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Angelo Rossi (Germany)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the European goal scoring record (54 goals).
12 May International Friendly Hungary  2–1   Switzerland Budapest, Hungary
17:00 (UTC+2:00) Schaffer 57'
Schlosser 77'
Report Keller 51' Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: John Forster (Switzerland)
2 June International Friendly Austria  0–2  Hungary Vienna, Austria
16:30 (UTC+2:00) Report Schlosser 70'
Schaffer 73'
Stadium: Prater Sportplatz
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Angelo Rossi (Germany)
Note: Imre Schlosser set the European goal scoring record (56 goals).
6 October International Friendly Austria  0–3  Hungary Vienna, Austria
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Report Payer 5' (pen.), 63' (pen.)
Pataki 77'
Stadium: Prater Sportplatz
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Otto Kehm (Germany)

1919 edit

6 April International Friendly Hungary  2–1  Austria Budapest, Hungary
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Orth 45'
Braun 80'
Report Wondrak 22' Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Hugó Szüsz (Hungary)
5 October International Friendly Austria  2–0  Hungary Vienna, Austria
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Bauer 40'
Uridil 44'
Report Stadium: Prater Sportplatz
Attendance: 22,000
Referee: Heinrich Retschury (Austria)
9 November International Friendly Hungary  3–2  Austria Budapest, Hungary
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Pataki 7', 29' (pen.)
Orth 27'
Report Hansl 58'
Tremmel 79'
Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 27,000
Referee: Hugó Szüsz (Hungary)

1920 edit

2 May 1920 Friendly Austria  2–2  Hungary Vienna, Austria
17:00 (UTC+2:00) Wieser 43' (pen.)
Swatosch 66'
Report István Tóth 37'
Pataki 44'
Stadium: Prater Sportplatz
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Willy Schmieger (Austria)
24 October 1920 Friendly Germany  1–0  Hungary Berlin, Germany
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Jäger 22' (pen.) Report Stadium: Deutsches Stadion
Attendance: 55,000
Referee: Jacques Hirrlé (Switzerland)
7 November 1920 Friendly Hungary  1–2  Austria Budapest, Hungary
14:45 (UTC+1:00) Braun 59' Report Kuthan 24'
Swatosch 43'
Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Christiaan Groothoff (Netherlands)

1921 edit

24 April 1921 Friendly Austria  4–1  Hungary Dresden, Germany
16:30 (UTC+1:00) Popp 7'
Träg 14'
Seiderer 58'
Report Kuthan 33' (pen.)
Wondrak 68'
Uridil 70'
Stadium: Stadion am Ostragehege
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Willem Eijmers (Netherlands)
5 June 1921 Friendly Hungary  3–0  Germany Budapest, Hungary
17:30 (UTC+1:00) Schlosser 10'
Guttmann 29'
Braun 47'
Report Stadium: MTK-Stadion
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Heinrich Retschury (Austria)
6 November 1921 Friendly Hungary  4–2  Sweden Budapest, Hungary
14:30 (UTC+1:00) Orth 15', 49', 54'
Schlosser 72'
Report Carlsson 70' (pen.), 87' Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 34,000
Referee: Willem Boas (Netherlands)
18 December 1921 Friendly Hungary  1–0  Poland Budapest, Hungary
13:45 (UTC+1:00) Szabó 18' Report Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Karl Grätz (Czechoslovakia)

1922 edit

30 April 1922 Friendly Hungary  1–1  Austria Budapest, Hungary
16:45 (UTC+1:00) Jiszda 41'
Molnár 51'
Report Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Peco Bauwens (Germany)
14 May 1922 Friendly Poland  0–3  Hungary Kraków, Poland
17:15 (UTC+1:00) Report Seiden 6'
Solti 44', 81'
Stadium: Stadion Cracovii
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Karl Grätz (Czechoslovakia)
15 June 1922 Friendly Hungary  1–1   Switzerland Budapest, Hungary
18:00 (UTC+1:00) Blum 63' Report Merkt 19' Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Heinrich Retschury (Austria)
2 July 1922 Friendly Germany  0–0  Hungary Bochum, Germany
17:00 (UTC+1:00) Report Stadium: Stadion an der Castroper Straße
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Heinrich Retschury (Austria)
9 July 1922 Friendly Sweden  1–1  Hungary Solna, Sweden
14:00 (UTC+1:00) Börjesson 43' Report Hirzer 77' Stadium: Råsunda Stadium
Attendance: 14,000
Referee: Per Andersen (Norway)
13 July 1922 Friendly Finland  1–5  Hungary Helsinki, Finland
18:30 (UTC+2:00) Kelin 56'
Report Schwarz 22', 83'
Fogl 64'
Pataki 69', 81'
Stadium: Töölön Pallokenttä
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Artur Björklund (Sweden)
24 September 1922 Friendly Austria  2–2  Hungary Vienna, Austria
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Kuthan 17'
Wesely 80'
Report Priboj 22', 71' Stadium: Hohe Warte Stadium
Attendance: 65,000
Referee: Peco Bauwens (Germany)
26 November 1922 Friendly Hungary  1–2  Austria Budapest, Hungary
14:00 (UTC+1:00) Molnár 21' Report Swatosch 61'
Kowanda 67'
Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Carl Koppehel (Germany)

1923 edit

4 March 1923 Friendly Italy  0–0  Hungary Genoa, Italy
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Report Stadium: stadio comunale
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: John Forster (Switzerland)
11 March 1923 Friendly Switzerland  1–6  Hungary Lausanne, Switzerland
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Abegglen 75' Report Molnár 4', 57'
Orth 55', 77'
Hirzer 63', 65'
Stadium: Stade olympique de la Pontaise
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Job Mutters (Netherlands)
6 May 1923 Friendly Austria  1–0  Hungary Vienna, Austria
16:30 (UTC+1:00) Swatosch 79' Report Stadium: Hohe Warte Stadium
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Emil Grätz (Czechoslovakia)
19 August 1923 Friendly Hungary  3–1  Finland Budapest, Hungary
17:00 (UTC+1:00) Braun 50' (pen.), 53'
Hirzer 86'
Report Linna 37' Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Max Seemann (Austria)
23 September 1923 Friendly Hungary  2–0  Austria Budapest, Hungary
15:45 (UTC+1:00) Molnár 69' (pen.)
Csontos 72'
Report Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 38,000
Referee: Emil Grätz (Czechoslovakia)
28 October 1923 Friendly Hungary  2–1  Sweden Budapest, Hungary
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Eisenhoffer 11', 36' Report Detter 2' Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Willy Schmieger (Austria)

1924 edit

6 April 1924 Friendly Hungary  7–1  Italy Budapest, Hungary
16:30 (UTC+1:00) Braun 17', 42' (pen.)
Eisenhoffer 49'
Molnár 59', 60', 69'
Opata 70'
Report Cevenini 76' (pen.) Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Max Seemann (Austria)
4 May 1924 Friendly Hungary  2–2  Austria Budapest, Hungary
17:00 (UTC+1:00) Eisenhoffer 5', 64' Report Horvath 48'
Wieser 88'
Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Arthur Björklund (Sweden)
18 May 1924 Friendly Switzerland  4–2  Hungary Zürich, Switzerland
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Abegglen 20'
Sturzenegger 32', 54'
Dietrich 47'
Report Braun 66' (pen.)
Opata 72'
Stadium: Sportplatz Förrlibuck
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: John Fowler (England)
26 May 1924 1924 Summer Olympics Hungary  5–0  Poland Paris, France
17:00 Eisenhoffer 14'
Hirzer 51', 58'
Opata 70', 87'
Report Stadium: Stade Bergeyre
Attendance: 3,578
Referee: Johannes Mutters (Netherlands)
29 May 1924 1924 Summer Olympics Egypt  3–0  Hungary Paris, France
17:00 Yakan 4', 58'
Hegazi 40'
Report Stadium: Stade de Paris
Attendance: 4,371
Referee: Luis Collina (Spain)
4 June 1924 Friendly France  0–1  Hungary Le Havre, France
17:30 (UTC+1:00) Report Eisenhoffer 25' Stadium: Stade de la Cavée Verte
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Félix Herren (Switzerland)
31 August 1924 Friendly Hungary  4–0  Poland Budapest, Hungary
16:30 (UTC+1:00) Karasiak 31'
Takács 38', 40'
Orth 59'
Report Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Heinrich Plhak (Austria)
14 September 1924 Friendly Austria  2–1  Hungary Vienna, Austria
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Horvath 40'
Wesely 87'
Report Orth 45' Stadium: Hohe Warte Stadium
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Charles Barette (Belgium)
21 September 1924 Friendly Hungary  4–1  Germany Budapest, Hungary
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Szentmiklóssy 33'
Lang 42' (o.g.)
Takács 49', 64'
Report Harder 56' Stadium: Ferencváros-Stadion
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Heinrich Retschury (Austria)

1925 edit

18 January 1925 Friendly Italy  1–2  Hungary Milan, Italy
14:30 (UTC+1:00) Conti 17' Report Spitz 27'
Takács 76'
Stadium: Campo di viale Lombardia
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: Marcel Slawik (France)
25 March 1925 Friendly Hungary  5–0   Switzerland Budapest, Hungary
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Takács 14'
Molnár 43', 79' (pen.)
Jeny 84', 87'
Report Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Ernest Fabris (Yugoslavia)
5 May 1925 Friendly Austria  3–1  Hungary Vienna, Austria
17:30 (UTC+1:00) Häusler 31'
Haftl 38', 88'
Report Takács 24' Stadium: Hohe Warte Stadium
Attendance: 43,000
Referee: František Cejnar (Czechoslovakia)
21 May 1925 Friendly Hungary  1–3  Belgium Budapest, Hungary
17:30 (UTC+1:00) Jeny 87' Report Houet 37'
Adams 65'
Thys 81'
Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Jacques Hirrlé (Switzerland)
12 July 1925 Friendly Sweden  6–2  Hungary Stockholm, Sweden
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Johansson 3', 27', 50'
Rydell 19', 78'
Kaufeldt 84'
Report Takács 51', 71' Stadium: Olympic Stadium
Attendance: 17,000
Referee: Sophus Hansen (Denmark)
19 July 1925 Friendly Poland  0–2  Hungary Kraków, Poland
17:30 (UTC+1:00) Winkler 59'
Holzbauer 78'
Report Stadium: Stadion Wisły
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Eugen Braun (Austria)
20 September 1925 Friendly Hungary  1–1  Austria Budapest, Hungary
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Priboj 36' Report Buza 49' (pen.) Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 33,000
Referee: Karel Herites (Czechoslovakia)
4 October 1925 Friendly Hungary  0–1  Spain Budapest, Hungary
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Report Carmelo 52' Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 34,830
Referee: Eugen Braun (Austria)
11 October 1925 Friendly Czechoslovakia  2–0  Hungary Prague, Czechoslovakia
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Perner 49'
Dvořáček 78'
Report Stadium: Stadion Letná
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Heinrich Retschury (Austria)
8 November 1925 Friendly Hungary  1–1  Italy Budapest, Hungary
14:30 (UTC+1:00) Della Valle 51' Report Molnár 76' (pen.) Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Marcel Slawik (France)

1926 edit

14 February 1926 Friendly Belgium  0–2  Hungary Budapest, Hungary
14:30 Report Pipa 51'
Rémay 77'
Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Job Mutters (Netherlands)
2 May 1926 Friendly Hungary  0–3  Austria Budapest, Hungary
17:00 (UTC+1:00) Report Eckl 7'
Hanel 43'
Cutti 54'
Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Karel Herites (Czechoslovakia)
6 June 1926 Friendly Hungary  2–1  Czechoslovakia Budapest, Hungary
17:00 (UTC+1:00) Takács 31'
Kohut 66'
Report Silný 38' Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 27,000
Referee: Giovanni Mauro (Italy)
20 August 1926 Friendly Hungary  4–1  Poland Budapest, Hungary
17:00 (UTC+1:00) Kautzky 9'
Horváth 31'
Fogl 42'
Senkey 61'
Report Staliński 48' Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 9,000
Referee: Ernest Fabris (Yugoslavia)
19 September 1926 Friendly Austria  2–3  Hungary Vienna, Austria
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Wesely 55'
Höss 56'
Report Holzbauer 2'
Jeszmás 62'
Kohut 83'
Stadium: Hohe Warte Stadium
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Ladislav Štépanovský (Czechoslovakia)
14 November 1926 Friendly Hungary  3–1  Sweden Budapest, Hungary
14:00 (UTC+1:00) Braun 4'
Opata 30'
Kohut 67'
Report Svensson 85' Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 26,000
Referee: Eugen Braun (Austria)
19 December 1926 Friendly Spain  4–2  Poland Vigo, Spain
15:00 Errazquin 12', 87'
Goiburu 17'
Carmelo 66'
Report 36' Opata
84' Braun
Stadium: Campo de Coia
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Albert Prince-Cox (England)
26 December 1926 Friendly Portugal  3–3  Hungary Porto, Portugal
João Santos 40'
Severo Tiago 49'
José Martins 60'
Report Holzbauer 9', 74'
Braun 22'
Stadium: Campo do Ameal
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: José Llovera (Spain)

1927 edit

10 April 1927 Friendly Austria  6–0  Hungary Vienna, Austria
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Jiszda 26', 32'
Rappan 29'
Blum 42' (pen.)
Wesely 54'
Horvath 84'
Report Stadium: Hohe Warte Stadium
Attendance: 42,000
Referee: František Cejnar (Czechoslovakia)
10 April 1927 Friendly Hungary  3–0  Yugoslavia Budapest, Hungary
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Siklóssy 24'
Orth 34'
Szabó 90'
Report Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Heinrich Retschury (Austria)
24 April 1927 Friendly Czechoslovakia  4–1  Hungary Prague, Czechoslovakia
17:30 (UTC+1:00) Puč 17'
Steiner 25' (pen.)
Svoboda 37'
Silný 50'
Report Mészáros 42' Stadium: Stadion Slavii
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Julius Zwicker (Austria)
12 June 1927 Friendly Hungary  13–1  France Budapest, Hungary
17:30 (UTC+1:00) Takács 17', 41', 51', 60', 83', 85'
Orth 25', 26'
Skvarek 30', 88'
Kohut 32', 62'
Dewaquez 78' (o.g.)
Report Dewaquez 80' Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 28,000
Referee: Heinrich Retschury (Austria)
25 September 1927 1927–30 Central European Cup Hungary  5–3  Austria Budapest, Hungary
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Takács 18'
Kohut 27'
Ströck 51'
Holzbauer 62'
Hirzer 67'
Report Wesely 11', 84'
Sigl 13'
Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 38,000
Referee: Albert Prince-Cox (England)
25 September 1927 Friendly Yugoslavia  5–1  Hungary Zagreb, Yugoslavia
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Marjanović 37'
Cindrić ?', ?'
Benčić ?'
Bonačić ?'
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Víg 86' Stadium: Stadionul Concordia
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Heinrich Retschury (Austria)
9 October 1927 Friendly Hungary  1–2  Czechoslovakia Budapest, Hungary
15:00 (+1:00) Kohut 31' Report Podrazil 45'
Silný 49'
Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Eugen Braun (Austria)

1928 edit

25 March 1928 1927–30 Central European Cup Italy  4–3  Hungary Rome, Kingdom of Italy
15:00 (+1:00) Conti 48', 75'
Rossetti 58'
Libonatti 85'
Report Kohut 13'
Hirzer 44'
Takács 77'
Stadium: Stadio Nazionale PNF
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Peco Bauwens (Germany)
25 March 1928 Friendly Hungary  2–1  Yugoslavia Budapest, Hungary
16:00 (+1:00) Stofián 32', 34' Report Marjanović 4' Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Alfred Preßler (Austria)
22 April 1928 1927–30 Central European Cup Hungary  2–0  Czechoslovakia Budapest, Hungary
16:30 (+1:00) Hirzer 18' (pen.)
Kohut 76'
Report Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 38,000
Referee: Raphaël van Praag (Belgium)
6 May 1928 Friendly Hungary  5–5  Austria Budapest, Hungary
16:30 (+1:00) Kohut 2', 27', 43'
Hirzer 16' (pen.)
Ströck 50'
Report Weselik 23', 37', 52'
Kirbes 82'
Wesely 90' (pen.)
Stadium: Hungária körúti stadion
Attendance: 33,000
Referee: Augustin Krist (Czechoslvakia)
7 October 1928 1927–30 Central European Cup Austria  5–1  Hungary Vienna, Austria
15:30 (+1:00 Sigl 11', 27'
Weselik 55'
Wesely 62'
Gschweidl 75'
Report Hirzer 38' Stadium: Hohe Warte Stadium
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Alfred Birlem (Germany)
1 November 1928 1927–30 Central European Cup Hungary  3–1   Switzerland Budapest, Hungary
14:30 (+1:00) Turay 36'
Hirzer 49'
Ströck 53'
Report Weiler 78' (pen.) Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Albino Carraro (Italy)

1929 edit

24 February 1929 Friendly France  3–0  Austria Colombes, France
14:30 Banide 23'
Nicolas 25'
Lieb 33' (pen.)
Report Stadium: Stade Yves-du-Manoir
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Paul Ruoff (Switzerland)
14 April 1929 1927–30 Central European Cup Switzerland  4–5  Hungary Bern, Switzerland
15:00 (+1:00) Weiler 2'
A. Abegglen 26', 66'
M. Abegglen 78'
Report Widmer 8' (o.g.)
Takács 51', 76'
Toldi 56'
Hirzer 73'
Stadium: Wankdorf Stadium
Attendance: 19,000
Referee: Stanley Rous (England)
5 May 1929 Friendly Austria  2–2  Hungary Vienna, Austria
17:00 (UTC+1:00) Siegl 25'
Weselik 82'
Report Takács