Hungary men's national handball team


The Hungary national handball team is administered by the Hungarian Handball Federation.

Hungary
Information
NicknameMagyars
AssociationHungarian Handball Federation
CoachIstván Gulyás
Assistant coachChema Rodríguez
CaptainRoland Mikler
Most capsPéter Kovács (323)
Most goalsPéter Kovács (1797)
Colours
Home
Away
Results
Summer Olympics
Appearances8 (First in 1936)
Best result4th (1936, 1980, 1988, 2004, 2012)
World Championship
Appearances21 (First in 1958)
Best result (1986)
European Championship
Appearances12 (First in 1994)
Best result6th (1998)
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Hungary men's national handball team
Medal record
World Championship
1986 Switzerland

Competitive record


  Champions    Runners-up    Third place    Fourth place  

Olympic Games

Competitive record at the Olympics Games
Games Round Position Pld W D L GF GA GD
1936 Berlin Final round 4th /6 5104 2564−39
Not held from 1948 to 1968
1972 Munich Main round 8th /16 6204 110101+9
1976 Montreal Group stage 6th /11 5203 111103+8
1980 Moscow Bronze medal match 4th /12 6321 114108+6
1984 Los Angeles Did not participate
1988 Seoul Bronze medal match 4th /12 6303 125120+5
1992 Barcelona Group stage 7th /12 6303 125127−2
1996 Atlanta Did not qualify
2000 Sydney
2004 Athens Bronze medal match 4th /12 8503 219210+9
2008 Beijing Did not qualify
2012 London Bronze medal match 4th /12 8305 200221−21
2016 Rio de Janeiro Did not qualify
2020 Tokyo
TotalQualified: 8/14 5022226 1,0291,054−25
Competitive record in pre-Olympic qualifying rounds
Year Pld W D L GF GA GD Qual
1936Qualifiedyes
19728th at the 1970 World Champyes
197644008257+25yes
19809th at the 1978 World Champyes
1984Couldn't participateno
19882nd at the 1986 World Champyes
19926th at the 1990 World Champyes
199617th at the 1995 World Champno
200011th at the 1999 World Champno
20046th at the 2003 World Champyes
2008Couldn't participate in qualificationno
201232018179+2yes
2016Couldn't participate in qualificationno
2020Couldn't participate in qualificationno
2024To be determined
2028
Total7601163136+278/14

World Championship

Competitive record at the World Championship
Year Round Position Pld W D L GF GA GD
1938 Did not enter
1954
1958 Main round 7th /16 6213 106109−3
1961 Did not qualify
1964 Main round 8th /16 6303 9390+3
1967 Quarter-finals 8th /16 6204 126130−4
1970 Quarter-finals 8th /16 6303 9584+9
1974 Main round 7th /16 6303 11495+19
1978 Group stage 9th /16 6411 137117+20
1982 Main round 9th /16 7241 152141+9
1986 Final /16 7601 167151+16
1990 Main round 6th /16 7412 151147+4
1993 Main round 11th /16 7205 166161+5
1995 Group stage 17th /24 5104 119121−2
1997 Bronze medal match 4th /24 9603 220207+17
1999 Round of 16 11th /24 6303 157136+21
2001 Did not qualify
2003 Main round 6th /24 9405 273259+14
2005 Did not qualify
2007 Main round 9th /24 8503 225224+1
2009 Main round 6th /24 9513 254227+27
2011 Main round 7th /24 9603 254243+11
2013 Quarter-finals 8th /24 7403 200167+33
2015 Did not qualify
2017 Quarter-finals 7th /24 7304 202194+8
2019 Main round 10th /24 8323 225219+6
2021 Quarter-finals 5th /32 7502 226193+33
2023To be determined
2025
2027
Total 21/27 0 Titles 150 76 10 62 3,662 3,415 +247
Competitive record in pre-World Championship qualifying rounds
Year Pld W D L GF GA GD Qual
1938Did not enterN/A
19541001813−5no
1958Qualifiedyes
196121012931−2no
196422003930+9yes
196743109055+35yes
197022005226+26yes
19746th at the 1972 Olympicsyes
19786th at the 1976 Olympicsyes
19824th at the 1980 Olympicsyes
19865th at the 1985 World Champ Byes
19904th at the 1988 Olympicsyes
19936th at the 1990 World Champyes
19957th at the 1994 Euroyes
19976501169142+17yes
19996402157131+26yes
20018503199160+39no
20038800244161+83yes
200521015456−2no
200722006552+13yes
200922005449+5yes
201121015352+1yes
201321015452+2yes
201521015154−3no
201722005650+1yes
201921015150+1yes
2021Qualifiedyes
2023To be determined
2025To be determined
2027To be determined
Total!+/

European Championship

Competitive record at the European Championship
Year Round Position Pld W D* L GF GA GD
1994 Group stage 7th /12 6303 128131−3
1996 Group stage 10th /12 6114 144158−14
1998 Group stage 6th /12 6303 145154−9
2000 Did not qualify
2002
2004 Main round 9th /16 6222 164169−5
2006 Group stage 13th /16 3102 8489−5
2008 Main round 8th /16 6312 176173+3
2010 Group stage 14th /16 3012 8096−16
2012 Main round 8th /16 6132 156161−5
2014 Main round 8th /16 6123 159165−6
2016 Main round 12th /16 6105 142166−24
2018 Group stage 14th /16 3003 7792−15
2020 Main round 9th /24 7313 176189−13
2022Qualified
2024To be determined
Total 13/150 Titles 64 19 11 34 1,631 1,743 −112
Competitive record in pre-European Championship qualifying rounds
Year Pld W D L GF GA GD Qual
19948602182142+40yes
19966312156149+7yes
19986411147138+9yes
200020025259−7no
2002202046460no
200421016462+2yes
20068800297208+89yes
200822005953+6yes
20108602241179+62yes
20126600171130+41yes
20146322161153+8yes
20166600178151+27yes
20186411174156+18yes
20206510161135+26yes
2022Qualified as hostyes
2024
Total10/10
*Denotes draws include knockout matches decided on penalties.
**Gold background color indicates that the tournament was won. Red border color indicates tournament was held on home soil.

Team


Current squad

Squad for the 2022 EHF EURO CUP.[1]

Caps and goals correct as of 2 May 2021

Head coach: István Gulyás

No. Pos. Name Date of birth (age) Height App. Goals Club
1 GK Dániel Bősz (1991-01-21) 21 January 1991 (age 30) 1.90 m 2 0 Balatonfüredi KSE
2 P Adrián Sipos (1990-03-08) 8 March 1990 (age 31) 1.98 m 39 23 Grundfos Tatabánya
3 P Petar Topić (1991-12-30) 30 December 1991 (age 29) 2.01 m 6 17 Balatonfüredi KSE
5 RB Csaba Leimeter (1994-12-15) 15 December 1994 (age 26) 1.95 m 4 7 RK Zagreb
7 CB Egon Hanusz (1997-09-25) 25 September 1997 (age 23) 1.77 m 11 10 TV Bittenfeld
8 LW Péter Kovacsics (1994-06-13) 13 June 1994 (age 26) 1.84 m 3 1 Ferencvárosi TC
11 LB Patrik Ligetvári (1996-02-13)13 February 1996 (aged 24) 2.01 m 56 57 Telekom Veszprém
12 GK Márton Székely (1990-01-02) 2 January 1990 (age 31) 1.95 m 60 0 FC Porto Sofarma
13 LW Bendegúz Bóka (1993-10-02) 2 October 1993 (age 27) 1.93 m 45 100 Balatonfüredi KSE
16 GK Roland Mikler (1984-09-20) 20 September 1984 (age 36) 1.93 m 215 1 MOL-Pick Szeged
20 P Miklós Rosta (1999-02-14) 14 February 1999 (age 22) 2.03 m 23 34 MOL-Pick Szeged
23 RB Dominik Máthé (1999-04-01) 1 April 1999 (age 22) 2.01 m 31 92 Elverum Håndball
25 RW Pedro Rodríguez Álvarez (1990-08-22) 22 August 1990 (age 30) 1.97 m 8 20 Balatonfüredi KSE
27 P Bence Bánhidi (1995-02-09) 9 February 1995 (age 26) 2.06 m 80 235 MOL-Pick Szeged
29 RW Bendegúz Bujdosó (1994-12-10) 10 December 1994 (age 26) 1.85 m 3 6 Ferencvárosi TC
30 LB Zoltán Szita (1998-02-10) 10 February 1998 (age 23) 1.96 m 32 71 Orlen Wisła Płock
39 LB Richárd Bodó (1993-03-13) 13 March 1993 (age 28) 2.03 m 73 209 MOL-Pick Szeged
66 CB Máté Lékai (1988-06-16) 16 June 1988 (age 32) 1.90 m 142 404 Telekom Veszprém

Recent call ups

No. Pos. Name Date of birth (age) Height App. Goals Club
1 GK László Bartucz (1991-11-05) 5 November 1991 (age 29) 1.94 m 12 0 Grundfos Tatabánya
6 LW Ádám Juhász (1996-06-06) 6 June 1996 (age 25) 1.83 m 38 74 Grundfos Tatabánya
9 RB Zsolt Balogh (1989-03-29) 29 March 1989 (age 32) 1.89 m 58 179 Grundfos Tatabánya
15 CB Mátyás Győri (1997-02-02) 2 February 1997 (age 24) 1.94 m 17 42 Grundfos Tatabánya
17 LB Bence Nagy (1995-07-05) 5 July 1995 (age 25) 1.95 m 13 24 Ferencvárosi TC
22 LW Stefan Sunajko (1998-04-10) 10 April 1998 (age 23) 1.94 m 6 14 Grundfos Tatabánya
24 GK Ádám Borbély (1995-06-22) 22 June 1995 (age 25) 1.97 m 18 0 Veszprémi KKFT
29 LB Bence Zdolik (1992-05-16) 16 May 1992 (age 29) 1.98 m 13 15 Grundfos Tatabánya
30 LB Tamás Borsos (1990-09-13) 13 September 1990 (age 30) 2.02 m 12 1 Csurgói KK
33 RB Gábor Ancsin (1990-11-27) 27 November 1990 (age 30) 2.02 m 119 244 Grundfos Tatabánya
47 RW Péter Hornyák (1995-10-04) 4 October 1995 (age 25) 1.77 m 51 78 Grundfos Tatabánya
Hungarian national team in 2009 World Men's Handball Championship
Hungarian national team in 2010
Hungarian national team in 2012 Summer Olympics against Spain
Hungarian national team in 2016 European Championship against Denmark

Past squads

1936 Olympic Games (4th place)

Antal Benda, Ferenc Cziráki, Sándor Cséfai, Miklós Fodor, Lőrinc Galgóczi, János Koppány, Lajos Kutasi, Tibor Máté, Imre Páli, Ferenc Rákosi, Endre Salgó, István Serényi, Sándor Szomori, Gyula Takács, Antal Újváry, Ferenc Velkey.

1958 World Championship (7th place)

Jenő Balázs, István Bányai, Ottó Bencsik, József Berendi, Rudolf Bolla, Mihály Faludi, Sándor Fekete, Ottó Hetényi, Jenő Horváth, Miklós Kele, Tibor Kőszegi, Gábor Lengyel, Béla Schvajda, Ferenc Som, Károly Töltő, István Vajna.

Coach: Sándor Cséfai

1964 World Championship (8th place)

János Adorján, Gyula Baranyai, Ferenc Berkesi, Vilmos Drobnits, Dénes Dubán, András Fenyő, András Kesjár, József Klein, János Kovács, László Kovács, István Marosi, Béla Rácz, László Stiller, Sándor Tamásdi, Béla Tímár, Ferenc Vígh.

Coach: Árpád Csicsmányi

1967 World Championship (8th place)

János Adorján, András Fenyő, Ferenc Gyűrű, Sándor Kaló, József Klein, Ádám Koch, János Kovács, László Kovács, István Marosi, Attila Nagy, Lajos Simó, Béla Tímár, János Tornóczky, István Varga.

Coach: Miklós Albrecht

1970 World Championship (8th place)

János Adorján, János Csík, András Fenyő, József Horváth, Sándor Kaló, László Kovács, István Marosi, Lajos Simó, János Stiller, István Szabó, László Szabó, Sándor Takács, István Varga, Sándor Vass.

Coach: Miklós Albrecht

1972 Olympic Games (8th place)[2]

János Adorján, Béla Bartalos, János Csík, László Harka, József Horváth, Sándor Kaló, István Marosi, Lajos Simó, János Stiller, István Szabó, László Szabó, Sándor Takács, István Varga, Károly Vass, Sándor Vass.

Coach: Miklós Albrecht

1974 World Championship (7th place)

Béla Bartalos, Ferenc Buday, Ferenc Demjén, Ernő Gubányi, József Horváth, János Hunyadkürti, Pál Kocsis, Péter Kovács, Lajos Simó, János Stiller, István Szilágyi, Károly Vass, Sándor Vass, Titusz Zuber.

Coach: Mihály Faludi

1976 Olympic Games (6th place)[3]

Béla Bartalos, Ferenc Buday, Ernő Gubányi, László Jánovszki, József Kenyeres, Zsolt Kontra, Péter Kovács, Mihály Süvöltős, István Szilágyi, István Varga, Károly Vass, Gábor Verőci.

Coach: Mihály Faludi

1978 World Championship (9th place)

Béla Bartalos, Ferenc Buday, Ernő Gubányi, László Jánovszki, József Kenyeres, Pál Kocsis, Zsolt Kontra, Péter Kovács, Gyula Molnár, Mihály Süvöltős, László Szabó, István Szilágyi, Zoltán Várkonyi, Gábor Verőci.

Coach: Mihály Faludi

1980 Olympic Games (4th place)[4]

Béla Bartalos, János Fodor, Ernő Gubányi, László Jánovszki, Alpár Jegenyés, József Kenyeres, Zsolt Kontra, Miklós Kovacsics, Péter Kovács, Ambrus Lele, Árpád Pál, László Szabó, István Szilágyi, Sándor Vass.

Coach: Mihály Faludi

1982 World Championship (9th place)

Béla Bartalos, János Gyurka, László Hoffmann, Gábor Horváth, Alpár Jegenyés, József Kenyeres, Pál Kocsis, Zsolt Kontra, Mihály Kovács, Péter Kovács, Ambrus Lele, László Szabó, István Szilágyi, Géza Tóth, Károly Vass.

Coach: Mihály Faludi

1986 World Championship (Runners-up)

Imre Bíró, József Bordás, Viktor Debre, János Fodor, János Gyurka, László Hoffmann, Gábor Horváth, Mihály Iváncsik, József Kenyeres, Zsolt Kontra, Mihály Kovács, Péter Kovács, László Marosi, László Szabó, Tibor Oross.

Coach: Lajos Mocsai

1988 Olympic Games (4th place)[5]

Imre Bíró, József Bordás, Ottó Csicsay, János Fodor, János Gyurka, László Hoffmann, Mihály Iváncsik, Mihály Kovács, Péter Kovács, László Marosi, Tibor Oross, Jakab Sibalin, László Szabó, Géza Tóth.

Coach: Lajos Mocsai

1990 World Championship (6th place)

Imre Bíró, József Bordás, Attila Borsos, Ferenc Füzesi, Sándor Győrffy, János Gyurka, László Hoffmann, Mihály Iváncsik, Mihály Kovács, Géza Lehel, László Marosi, István Pribék, Jenő Putics, Jakab Sibalin.

Coach: János Csík

1992 Olympic Games (7th place)[6]

Imre Bíró, Attila Borsos, Ottó Csicsay, István Csoknyai, József Éles, Ferenc Füzesi, Sándor Győrffy, Attila Horváth, Mihály Iváncsik, László Marosi, Richárd Mezei, Jakab Sibalin, László Sótonyi, János Szathmári, Igor Zubjuk.

Coach: Attila Joósz

1993 World Championship (11th place)

Csaba Bartók, Imre Bíró, Attila Borsos, István Csoknyai, József Éles, Róbert Fekete, Kálmán Fenyő, Sándor Győrffy, János Gyurka, Attila Horváth, Balázs Kertész, Richárd Mezei, Árpád Mohácsi, István Pásztor, László Sótonyi, János Szathmári.

Coach: László Kovács

1994 European Championship (7th place)

Csaba Bartók, Attila Borsos, István Csoknyai, József Éles, Róbert Fekete, István Gulyás, Balázs Kertész, István Kiss, Richárd Mezei, Zoltán Németh, István Pásztor, Zsolt Perger, László Sótonyi, János Szathmári, György Zsigmond.

Coach: Sándor Kaló

1995 World Championship (17–20th place)

Attila Borsos, József Éles, Róbert Fekete, István Gulyás, István Kiss, Attila Kotormán, Péter Kovács, Árpád Mohácsi, Zsolt Perger, István Rosta, Miklós Rosta, László Sótonyi, János Szathmári, Lajos Török, Igor Zubjuk, György Zsigmond.

Coach: Sándor Kaló

1996 European Championship (10th place)

Csaba Bartók, Csaba Bendó, Péter Borsodi, István Csoknyai, Róbert Fekete, Ákos Kis, Attila Kotormán, Rudolf Kubasi, Richárd Mezei, Zoltán Nagy, András Oszlánczi, István Pásztor, László Sótonyi, János Szathmári, István Szotyori, György Zsigmond.

Coach: Árpád Kővári

1997 World Championship (4th place)

Csaba Bendó, Zoltán Bergendi, István Csoknyai, József Éles, István Gulyás, Balázs Kertész, Ákos Kis, Richárd Mezei, István Pásztor, Zsolt Perger, Miklós Rosta, László Sótonyi, János Szathmári, Tibor Tyetyák, Igor Zubjuk, György Zsigmond.

Coach: Sándor Vass

1998 European Championship (6th place)

Csaba Bartók, István Csoknyai, Róbert Fekete, István Gulyás, Balázs Kertész, Ákos Kis, Attila Kotormán, Richárd Mezei, István Pásztor, Miklós Rosta, László Sótonyi, János Szathmári, György Zsigmond.

Coach: Sándor Vass

1999 World Championship (11th place)

Csaba Bendó, Tamás Bene, István Csoknyai, Gábor Décsi, József Éles, Nándor Fazekas, István Gulyás, Balázs Kertész, Ákos Kis, Attila Kotormán, Richárd Mezei, László Nagy, Zsolt Perger, István Rosta, László Sótonyi, János Szathmári.

Coach: Sándor Vass

2003 World Championship (6th place)

Csaba Bendó, Dániel Buday, Ákos Doros, Nándor Fazekas, Gyula Gál, Gergő Iváncsik, Máté Józsa, Dávid Katzirz, Balázs Kertész, Balázs Laluska, Péter Lendvay, László Nagy, István Pásztor (captain), Carlos Pérez, Miklós Rosta, János Szathmári.

Coach: László Skaliczki

2004 European Championship (9th place)

Dániel Buday, Gábor Császár, Ivo Díaz, Nándor Fazekas, Gyula Gál, Ferenc Ilyés, Gergő Iváncsik, Balázs Kertész, Balázs Laluska, Richárd Mezei, Tamás Mocsai, Árpád Mohácsi, László Nagy, István Pásztor (captain), Miklós Rosta, János Szathmári.

Coach: László Skaliczki

2004 Olympic Games (4th place)[7]

Gábor Császár, Ivo Díaz, Nándor Fazekas, Gyula Gál, Gergely Harsányi, Ferenc Ilyés, Gergő Iváncsik, Balázs Laluska, Péter Lendvay, Richárd Mezei, Tamás Mocsai, László Nagy, István Pásztor (captain), Carlos Pérez, János Szathmári.

Coach: László Skaliczki

2006 European Championship (13th place)

Dániel Buday, Gábor Császár, Nándor Fazekas, Gyula Gál, Gergely Harsányi, Ferenc Ilyés, Gergő Iváncsik, Tamás Iváncsik, Máté Józsa, Balázs Laluska, Péter Lendvay, Roland Mikler, László Nagy (captain), Gábor Szente, Szabolcs Törő, Szabolcs Zubai.

Coach: László Skaliczki

2007 World Championship (9th place)

Gábor Császár, Ivo Díaz, Nándor Fazekas, Gyula Gál, Gábor Herbert, Ferenc Ilyés, Gergő Iváncsik, Tamás Iváncsik, Dávid Katzirz, Tamás Mocsai, László Nagy (captain), Kornél Nagy, Nenad Puljezevics, Péter Tatai, Csaba Tombor, Attila Vadkerti.

Coach: László Skaliczki

2008 European Championship (8th place)

Gábor Császár, Nikola Eklemovics, Nándor Fazekas, Gyula Gál, Gábor Grebenár, Péter Gulyás, Gábor Herbert, Ferenc Ilyés, Gergő Iváncsik, Tamás Iváncsik, Balázs Laluska, Tamás Mocsai, Kornél Nagy, László Nagy (captain), Nenad Puljezevics, Szabolcs Törő, Szabolcs Zubai.

Coach: László Skaliczki

2009 World Championship (6th place)

Gábor Császár, Nikola Eklemovics, Nándor Fazekas, Gyula Gál, Gergely Harsányi, Gábor Herbert, Ferenc Ilyés, Gergő Iváncsik, Tamás Iváncsik, Dávid Katzirz, Tamás Mocsai, László Nagy (captain), Nenad Puljezevics, Barna Putics, Szabolcs Törő, Szabolcs Zubai.

Coach: János Hajdu

2010 European Championship (14th place)

Gábor Császár, Nikola Eklemovics, Nándor Fazekas, Gyula Gál (captain), Péter Gulyás, Ferenc Ilyés, Gergő Iváncsik, Tamás Iváncsik, Dávid Katzirz, Milorad Krivokapić, Balázs Laluska, Kornél Nagy, Nenad Puljezevics, Timuzsin Schuch, Szabolcs Törő, Szabolcs Zubai.

Coach: István Csoknyai

2011 World Championship (7th place)[8]

Gábor Császár, Nándor Fazekas, Gyula Gál (captain), Péter Gulyás, Gergely Harsányi, Ferenc Ilyés, Gergő Iváncsik, Tamás Iváncsik, Dávid Katzirz, Máté Lékai, Roland Mikler, Tamás Mocsai, Kornél Nagy, Carlos Pérez, Timuzsin Schuch, Szabolcs Törő, Szabolcs Zubai.

Coach: Lajos Mocsai

2012 European Championship (8th place)[9]

Gábor Ancsin, Gábor Császár, Nándor Fazekas, Gergely Harsányi, Ferenc Ilyés (captain), Gergő Iváncsik, Tamás Iváncsik, Milorad Krivokapić, Balázs Laluska, Roland Mikler, Tamás Mocsai, Kornél Nagy, Barna Putics, Timuzsin Schuch, Szabolcs Szöllősi, Attila Vadkerti, Szabolcs Zubai.

Coach: Lajos Mocsai

2012 Olympic Games (4th place)

Gábor Császár, Nándor Fazekas, Péter Gulyás, Gergely Harsányi, Ferenc Ilyés (captain), Gergő Iváncsik, Balázs Laluska, Máté Lékai, Roland Mikler, Tamás Mocsai, László Nagy, Carlos Pérez, Barna Putics, Timuzsin Schuch, Attila Vadkerti, Szabolcs Zubai.

Coach: Lajos Mocsai

2013 World Championship (8th place)

Gábor Ancsin, Gábor Császár, Gergely Harsányi (captain), Gergő Iváncsik, Milorad Krivokapić, Máté Lékai, Roland Mikler, Tamás Mocsai, Kornél Nagy, László Nagy, Barna Putics, Timuzsin Schuch, Szabolcs Szöllősi, Péter Tatai, Attila Vadkerti, Szabolcs Zubai.

Coach: Lajos Mocsai

2014 European Championship (8th place)

Gábor Ancsin, Gábor Császár, Péter Gulyás, Ferenc Ilyés (captain), Gergő Iváncsik, Máté Lékai, Roland Mikler, Tamás Mocsai, Kornél Nagy, Barna Putics, Gábor Szalafai, Timuzsin Schuch, Szabolcs Szöllősi, Péter Tatai, Attila Vadkerti, Bence Zdolik, Szabolcs Zubai.

Coach: Lajos Mocsai

2016 European Championship (12th place)

Gábor Ancsin, Bence Bánhidi, László Bartucz, Richárd Bodó, Tamás Borsos, Rudolf Faluvégi, Tibor Gazdag, Péter Hornyák, Gergő Iváncsik, Iman Jamali, Roland Mikler, Kornél Nagy, László Nagy (captain), Ákos Pásztor, Timuzsin Schuch, Szabolcs Zubai.

Coach: Talant Duyshebaev

2017 World Championship (7th place)

Gábor Ancsin, Zsolt Balogh, Bence Bánhidi, Richárd Bodó, Gábor Császár, Nándor Fazekas, Péter Gulyás, Gergely Harsányi, Iman Jamali, Ádám Juhász, Máté Lékai, Patrik Ligetvári, Roland Mikler , László Nagy (captain), Szabolcs Szöllősi, Timuzsin Schuch, Szabolcs Zubai.

Coach: Xavi Sabaté

2018 European Championship (14th place)

Gábor Ancsin, Zsolt Balogh, Donát Bartók, Bence Bánhidi, Richárd Bodó, Ádám Borbély, Gábor Császár, Dávid Fekete, Péter Hornyák, Iman Jamali, Ádám Juhász, Máté Lékai, Patrik Ligetvári, Roland Mikler, Ádám Országh, Szabolcs Szöllősi, Timuzsin Schuch (captain), Uroš Vilovski.

Coach: Ljubomir Vranjes

2019 World Championship (10th place)

Gábor Ancsin, Zsolt Balogh, Bence Bánhidi, Richárd Bodó, Bendegúz Bóka, Gábor Császár, Péter Hornyák, Ferenc Ilyés (captain), Iman Jamali, Ádám Juhász, Máté Lékai, Patrik Ligetvári, Dominik Máthé, Roland Mikler, László Nagy, Timuzsin Schuch, Adrián Sipos, Márton Székely, Zoltán Szita.

Coach: István Csoknyai, Vladan Matić

Coaching history

Period Head Coach
1958 Sándor Cséfai
1959–1961 István Hetey
1962–1964 Árpád Csicsmányi
1964–1973 Miklós Albrecht
1973–1982 Mihály Faludi
1982–1985 László Kovács
1985–1989 Lajos Mocsai
1989–1990 János Csík
1991–1992 Attila Joósz
1992–1993 László Kovács
1993–1995 Sándor Kaló
1995–1996 Árpád Kővári
1997–1999 Sándor Vass
1999–2001 János Hajdu
2001–2008 László Skaliczki
2008–2009 János Hajdu
2009–2010 István Csoknyai
2010–2014 Lajos Mocsai
2014–2016 Talant Duyshebaev
2016–2017 Xavi Sabaté
2017–2018 Ljubomir Vranjes
2018–2019 István Csoknyai
2019– István Gulyás

Statistics


Records

  Highlighted names denote a player still playing or available for selection..

Record against other teams

As of 25 January 2021

Key
Positive total balance (more wins)
Neutral total balance (equal W/L ratio)
Negative total balance (more losses)
National team Total Olympic Games World Championship European Championship Qualifications Other
Pld W D L Pld W D L Pld W D L Pld W D L Pld W D L Pld W D L

Algeria 131120 0000 5500 0000 8620
Angola 2200 0000 2200 0000 0000
Argentina 4311 0000 3210 0000 1100
Australia 4400 0000 3300 0000 1100
Austria 4734211 0000 0000 1001 2200 4432210
Azerbaijan SSR 2200 0000 0000 0000 2200
Asian team 1100 0000 0000 0000 0000 1100
Bahrain 3300 0000 0000 0000 3300
Belgium 6600 0000 0000 2200 4400
Belarus 8701 0000 1001 2200 2200 3300
Byelorussian SSR 2101 0000 0000 0000 2101
Bosnia and Herzegovina 4400 0000 0000 0000 4400 0000
Brazil 6600 2200 2200 1100 1100
Bulgaria 413911 0000 4400 0000 6501 313010
canada 2200 0000 0000 0000 2200
Chile 1100 0000 1100 0000 0000
China 2200 0000 1100 0000 1100
CIS 4013 0000 0000 0000 4013
Cuba 5500 1100 1100 0000 3300
Croatia 349520 3003 7106 3111 4202 15548
Cyprus 2200 0000 0000 0000 2200 0000
Czech Republic 292027 0000 2200 4202 2101 211524
Czechoslovakia 5933620 3201 6222 0001 5029416
Denmark 4319420 2101 10514 6015 4121 191309
Egypt 171520 1100 3210 0000 131210
Estonia 2200 0000 0000 0000 2200 0000
Finland 8602 0000 0000 0000 4400 4202
France 3919317 1001 9306 4211 2110 231319
Greece 5500 1100 0000 0000 2200 2200
Georgia 2200 0000 0000 0000 2200 0000
Georgian SSR 10604 0000 0000 0000 10406
Iceland 4224315 2101 9603 6312 2101 231328
Israel 5401 0000 2200 0000 3201
Italy 171700 0000 0000 0000 6600 11110
Japan 9711 2200 3300 0000 4211
Kuwait 4400 0000 1100 3300 3300
Latvia 4310 0000 0000 4310 0000
Lithuania 11902 0000 0000 8602 3300
Lithuanian SSR 1001 0000 0000 0000 0001
Netherlands 212100 0000 1100 0000 3300 171700
Qatar 3300 0000 1100 0000 2200
Serbia* 9504 000 110 2002 000 6402
South Korea 12903 4202 4301 0000 4400
United Arab Republic 1100 0000 0000 0000 1100
Yugoslavia 7017944 3003 7115 2101 5815835
* includes games against Serbia and Montenegro

Kit suppliers


Hungary's kits have been supplied by Adidas.

References


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