Club

Ferencvárosi TC (U17) (HUN)

Ferencvárosi Torna Club (abbreviated as FTC) is a Hungarian professional sports club based in Ferencváros, Budapest, that plays in the Hungarian League.

On 3 May 1899, Ferencvárosi TC was founded by citizens of the ninth district of Budapest. Ferenc Springer, a lawyer from the same district, was nominated as the first chairman of the club.

The club colours are green and white. In the sign of the club, there are five green and four white line, which symbolize Ferencváros, the ninth district of Budapest. The club’s motto: Morality, Strength, Harmony.

The club mascot is a green eagle; hence another of the club's nicknames, 'The Green Eagles'.

Since the foundation, they are won 28 Hungarian champions, 20 Hungarian Cups, and in 1965 won the European League and the ancestor of UEFA Cup, the BNV.
In 1975, they won the second place on the European Cup.
In 1995, they are the first Hungarian team in the Champions League’s main board.
In 2004 they reached the main board of UEFA Cup, so the FTC is the most successful football team in Hungary.

Ferencváros is the most successful Hungarian team on both home and international turf.

Bartucz Máté
midfielder
Bogár Imre
defender
Csákó Dániel
defender
Csiszár Zsolt
defender
Dénesi László
defender
Derekas Zoltán
defender
Deutsch László
defender
Dragóner Filip
forward
Hegedüs Márk
midfielder
Horváth Patrik
forward
Kandó Zsombor
goalkeeper
Kocsi Henrik
forward
Kovács Sólyom
midfielder
Krizsán György
defender
Kubanek Richárd
midfielder
Lakatos István
forward
Lipcsei Krisztián
defender
Lipták Norbert
central defender
Márton
forward
Molnár Péter
midfielder
Nemes
defender
Nyéki Márk
forward
Sándli Márk
forward
Sebestyén István
goalkeeper
Sergiu Anton
forward
Sirokmán Zoltán
central defender
Szász Tamás
defender
Szegenczky
midfielder
Temesvári Máté
defender
Varga Ádám
goalkeeper
Varsányi
midfielder
Dragóner Attila
head coach
Felipe Matos
coach
Keller József
head of delegation
Szentandrási Zsolt
coach
Ulicska Zoltán
physio
Zsivoczky Gyula
coach