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Football is the most popular sport in Hungary. The Hungarian Football Federation is the highest association of professional football in Hungary and was founded in 1901. The Hungarian national team has participated in numerous international tournaments, including the first football tournament at the Olympic Games (Stockholm 1912), nine World Championships and two European Championships. The greatest successes are the three gold medals at the 1952, 1964 and 1968 Olympic Games and the second place at the 1938 and 1954 World Championships. The Mighty Magyars known team was also the first non-British team in 1953 at Wembley England with 6: 3 defeated. Months later, she defeated the England football with a convincing 7-1 in Budapest in 1954, the worst defeat in the world history of the English team.
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The Hungarian Football Federation (Hungarian: Magyar Labdarúgó Szövetség or MLSZ), the national umbrella organization of sport, was founded in 1901. Hungary regularly participated in important tournaments such as the first Olympic football tournament (Stockholm 1912) and many FIFA World Cups. They were the first non-British team, which won in 1953 at Wembley Stadium with a 6: 3 victory against England. The golden age of Hungarian football began in the 1950s with the rise of caliber players Ferenc Puskás, László Kubala, Zoltán Czibor, Sándor Kocsis, Nándor Hidegkuti, Ferenc Szusza, József Bozsik and Gyula Grosics. This team (with the exception of Kubala, who played only three games with Hungary before playing for Spain) was known as the Golden Team and remained unbeaten in 32 games in a row. She won the gold medal at the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki and reached the finals at the 1954 World Cup in Switzerland always with Ferenc Puskás as a star (84 goals in 85 games for the Hungarian national football team). The twilight of this team, which stunned the world, came with the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, and after a game of the European Cup in Budapest Honvéd in Bilbao, many of the stars like Czibor, Kocsis and Puskás decided not to return to their country and sign for teams Western Europe, this means his resignation from the national team. Puskás came to Real Madrid in 1958, won three European Cups and debuted in 1961 with the Spanish national team, while Czibor and Kocsis joined FC Barcelona. In 1967, the Ferencváros T.C. Flórián Albert was the first Hungarian to win the Golden Ball, surpassing second place, which Puskás had reached seven years earlier.
The Hungarian capital Budapest has seven professional football teams, six of which have won the Hungarian 1st League. By July 2012, teams based in Budapest have won the Hungarian Championship 96 times and teams from other cities 14 times.
The Hungarian football clubs have several international successes. Ferencvárosi TC won the edition of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup from 1964 to 1965 and was runner-up in the European Cup Winners' Cup from 1974 to 1975 and in the Cup of Fairs of 1968, while Újpest FC reached the final of the Fair Cup in 1969, Videoton FC UEFA Cup in 1985 and MTK Budapest on the Recopa in 1964.
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