History[ edit ] The first ever football club to be founded in Hungary was Budapesti Torna Club having founded its football section in February ofdissolved in Nowadays the oldest still active football clubs in Hungary are Műegyetemi FC founded on the 1st of November of as a purely football club  and III. Kerületi TVEwhose football section was officially opened in but stemmed from the Budai Football Csapat founded on the 31st of October This team with the exception of Kubala, who only played 3 games with Hungary before playing for Spain was known as the Golden Team and remained undefeated for 32 consecutive games, winning the gold medal in the Olympic Games in Helsinki and reaching the final in the World Cup in Switzerland, always with Ferenc Puskás as a star 84 goals in 85 matches playing for the Hungary national football team.
The twilight of this team that marveled the world came with the Hungarian Revolution ofand after a match of the European Champion's Cup Budapest Honvéd in Bilbao, many of the stars like Czibor, Kocsis and Puskás decided not to return to their country and sign for teams from Western Europe, meaning his retirement from the national team.
Flórián Albert became the inaugural Hungarian to win the Golden Ball, surpassing the second place achieved by Puskás seven years before.
Domestic football[ edit ] Hungary 's capital Budapest has seven professional football teams, six of them have won the Hungarian 1st division. Until July teams based in Budapest have won the Hungarian Championship 96 times and teams from other cities have won it 14 times.