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Ferencvárosi TC-Telekom

  • Short name: FTC
  • Name in original language: Ferencvárosi Torna Club
  • Nickname: Fradi
  • Year of foundation: 1928
  • Colours: green, white
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Üllői út 129
    1091 Budapest
  • Phone: +36 20 941 9059
  • Fax: +36 1-215-7292
  • Email: ftcjegkorong@fradi.hu
  • WWW: Instagram Page, Ferencváros TC
 

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Season 2018-2019

Club teams

This club in 2018-2019: Erste Liga | Hungary U18

 
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
DPatrik Borcsiszky20.06.2002- cm- kgN/A

* no longer in the club

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Ferencvarosi-Telekom withdraws from the Continental Cup

Hungarian Ferencvarosi-Telekom Budapest won't compete in next Continental Cup, the club announced in a statement on its website, calling the decision "the only responsible and correct" due the health situation and the strict measures decided by the IIHF to partecipating in international tournaments.
"This also severely affects the participating teams in terms of organizing the trip and the cost of participating in the tournament."

Ferencvarosi should play in the semifinal round, held in Amiens, France from 13 to 15 November 2020 with Altai Torpedo (Kazakhstan), Amiens Gothiques (France) and a qualified team from first round

(11 Aug 2020)
 

Ertis Pavlodar withdrew from Continental Cup

Ertis Pavlodar won't participate in next Continental Cup as previously announced. Altai-Torpedo Ust Kamenogorsk, the farm club of HC Torpedo, will replace Ertis as owner of Kazakhstan Cup. Altai will play in Amiens, France next 13-15 November with Amiens, Ferencvaros and a team qualified from round played in October

(05 Jul 2020)
 

Fehervar win Hungarian Super Cup

EBEL team Fehervar AV19 Szekesfehervar win the first edition of Hungarian Super Cup by beating Erste Liga champion Ferencvarosi 4-3 at Tüskecsarnok Arena in Budapest

Gamesheet here

(31 Aug 2019)
 

DVTK Jegesmedvék Miskolc win Hungarian Cup

Erste Liga champion DVTK Jegesmedvék Miskolc win its second Hungarian Cup, after two consecutive finals lost, by beating 4-0 Ujpest Budapest in the final, played at home rink. DVTK played its sixth final in the last seven editions of the tournament. In the semifinals, DVTK beat easily 5-1 Ferencvarosi, while Ujpest surprisingly won 5-4 at overtime against MAC Budapest, ewinner of last edition

(20 Jan 2018)
 

Former Hungarian international Attila Rajz passed away during a game

Hungarian hockey mourns the sudden death of former international Attila Rajz, passed away while was playing a game of OB-III, an amateur league in Hungary. Raiz, 38, retired from professional hockey in 2010 after almost 300 games in Hungarian League/MOL Liga with Alba Volan Székesfehérvár and Ferencvaros and two titles (2007-08 and 2008-09). He played also 43 games for Hungary.
According to jegkorongblog.hu Rajz played the first period and was in the locker room, because he felt bad. Then sat on the team bench, where they became ill shortly before the end of the match. Despite every attempt, doctors were not able to save his life

(16 Nov 2014)
 

Swedish duo on Brasov bench

Corona Brasov finds a new coach after the resignation of Miroslav Ihnacak:
Former Troja-Ljungby coach and general manager Jerry Andersson signed for MOL League vice-champion, along with Håkan Nygren, fired by Ferencvaros some weeks ago, as assistant coach.

(11 Oct 2014)
 

Ferencvaros sacked coaching duo

Another MOL Liga team decided to replace coach: after Brasov, also Ferencvaros announced the club sacked Swedish coach Håkan Nygren and his assistant Tamas Dobos after the last game, lost 3-5 against Ujpest. Last season the duo had the same function with the roles reversed, with Dobos as head coach and Nygren as assistant.Nygren was also Technical Director.
Youth team coach Ferenc Szakács has been named the interim head coach with former player György Orbán as assistant.

(30 Sep 2014)
 

SAPA Fehervar wins Hungarian Cup

SAPA Fehervar wins 4-0 against Miskolc in the final of Hungarian Cup and captures the last trophy of season. In the semifinal SAPA crushed 7-2 MOL Liga champion Dunaújváros Acélbikák, while Miskolc won 3-0 over Ferencvaros.
Dunaújváros wins bronze beating 2-0 Ferencvaros in third place final

Individual awards were assigned to:

Krisztián Budai (Miskolc) as best goalie

Victor Lindgren (Dunaújváros) as best defender

Frank Banham (SAPA Fehervar) as best forward

(29 Mar 2013)
 

MOL Liga Monday Night Recap - Miskolc Locks in 2nd Seed

All three teams with something to play for won tonight in MOL Liga action.  In the first game, ASC Corona Brasov shutout Ujpest TE 6-0.  Josh Bonar continued his strong season with a goal and three assists.  Levente Zsok added two goals and an assist, and Kevin Wehrs also scored one goal and added two assists.  Brasov remains three points out of a playoff spot with three games to play.

Miskolc Jegesmedvek easily handled Ferencvaros 7-2 and locked up the second seed for the playoffs.  This guaranttes them home-ice advantage in the first round.  Vladimir Dubek and Szabolcs Fodor each had two goals, and Martin Saluga added to his league leading scoring total with three assists.

Nove Zamky won a lopsided 6-1 victory over Dunaujvaros Acelbikak, one of the few in DAB Docler's amazing run his season.  Lubos Dobry had a goal and three assists on the evening and Miroslav Stefanka added two assists.  Nove Zamky holds the final spot of the playoffs by three points and is only two points away from moving into the third seed over HSC Csikszereda.

HSC Csikszereda did not play tonight, but lost the most ground with Nove Zamky and Brasov both winning.  On Friday, the two Romanian sides will play what is a must win game for both teams as Csikszereda, Brasov and Nove Zamky are all looking to clinch the final two playoff spots with three games left to play.

(18 Feb 2013)
 

Former player Nikolai Fedyashev killed

Former player Nikolai Fedyashev, 29, was killed on September 02 outside a night club in Samara, Russia.
Fedyashev and a friend fought with people of Caucasian nationality inside the bar. In the street Fedyashev dealt a mortal blow to the throat with a knife. His friend also suffered stab injuries and is now in intensive care.
In his career he played hockey for the CSK VVS Samara, Kristall Saratov and Lada Togliatti in Russia. He played also in Kazakhstan, Slovakia, Hungary and closed active career in Romania
Recently, Fedyashev coached team Vympel

(04 Sep 2012)
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Ferencvárosi TC-Telekom participates in season 2018-2019: Erste Liga, Hungary U18

 
 
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