Magyar Kupa (men's water polo)

Magyar Kupa
Founded 1923
Region  Hungary
Number of teams 17 (2016-17)
Current champions Szolnok (6th title)
Most successful club(s) Újpest (19 titles)
Website waterpolo.hu
2016-2017

The Hungarian Cup (Hungarian: Magyar Kupa) is the Hungarian cup competition for water polo. It has been incepted by the Hungarian Water Polo Federation, the Magyar Vízilabda Szövetség in 1923, nineteen years after the commencement of the Hungarian League, the Országos Bajnokság.

Most successful participant in the Magya Kupa has been the Újpest with 19 wins, followed by the local rivals from Ferencváros with 17 cups. The current holders are Szolnok.

Winners

In 1923 the final was played only in the following year. In 1939 the Magyar AC, before the final came back, many of its players were disqualified or injured or busy at work. In 1996 they played two series (in March and December). Previous cup winners are:[1]

Finals

The following table contains all the finals from the sixty years long history of the Magyar Kupa. In some occasions, there was not held a final match but a final tournament. In these cases, the team with the most total points have been crowned as cup winners.

Key
(R) Replay
aet Match went to extra time
p Match decided by a penalty shootout after extra time
double-dagger Winning team won the Double
Finals of Hungarian Cup
No. Season Gold medal with cup.svg Winners Score Silver medal with cup.svg Runners-up Hall Date of final(s)
1st 1923 Ferencváros 2–1 III. Kerületi TVE Csillaghegy Bath, Békásmegyer 9 June 1924
2nd 1924 Ferencváros 4−0 Magyar AC Császár Bath, Budapest 8 September 1924
3rd 1925 III. Kerületi TVE 4−2 Ferencváros Császár Bath, Budapest 29 August 1925
4th 1926 Ferencváros 4−1 MTK Budapest Császár Bath, Budapest 25 September 1926
5th 1927 III. Kerületi TVE 6−1 Ferencváros Császár Bath, Budapest 21 August 1927
6th 1928 MTK Budapest 6−2 III. Kerületi TVE Császár Bath, Budapest 20 August 1928
7th 1929 Újpest 8−3 MTK Budapest Császár Bath, Budapest 4 August 1929
8th 1930 III. Kerületi TVE 5−3 Magyar AC Császár Bath, Budapest 7 September 1930
9th 1931 Újpest 7−1 MTK Budapest National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 2 February 1931
10th 1932 Újpest 5−3 Magyar AC National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 25 December 1932
11th 1933 Újpest 9−6 (aet) MTK Budapest National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 10 December 1933
12th 1934 Újpest 3−2 Magyar AC Császár Bath, Budapest 1 July 1934
13th 1935 Újpest 4−3 (aet) Magyar AC National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 2 November 1935
14th 1936 Újpest 4−3 Magyar AC National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 20 December 1936
15th 1937 MTK Budapest 4−3 (aet) Magyar AC National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 19 December 1937
16th 1938 Újpest 4−3 Magyar AC National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 21 December 1938
17th 1939 Újpest 1 Magyar AC National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 17 December 1939
18th 1940 Magyar AC (7p) 5 roundmatches Budapest SE (7p) National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 22 December 1940
19th 1941 Budapest SE (7p) 5 roundmatches Magyar AC (7p) National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 21 December 1941
20th 1942 Budapest SE 2−0 Ferencváros National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 16 August 1942
21st 1943 Magyar AC 5−2 Ferencváros National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 22 August 1943
22nd 1944 Újpest 5−3 Ferencváros National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 15 August 1944
No Competitions Held
23rd 1946 MTK Budapest 4−2 Ferencváros National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 20 August 1946
24th 1947 Vasas 3−2 Újpest National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 17 August 1947
25th 1948 Újpest 4−3 Vasas National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 21 November 1948
26th 1949 Ferencváros 4−3 Vasas National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 19 August 1949
No Competitions Held
27th 1951 Újpest 6−2 Ferenváros National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 21 December 1951
28th 1952 Újpest 4−2 MTK Budapest National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 21 December 1952
29th 1953 Bp. Honvéd 7−1 Vasas Ganzhajó National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 20 December 1953
30th 1954 Bp. Honvéd 2−1 Szolnok National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 19 December 1954
31st 1955 Újpest 5−4 Bp. Honvéd National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 27 November 1955
No Competitions Held
32nd 1957 Ferencváros (5p) 4 roundmatches Bp. Honvéd (4p) National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 15 December 1957
33rd 1958 Bp. Honvéd 4−3 BVSC National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 21 December 1958
34th 1959 Bp. Honvéd 4−3 BVSC National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 20 December 1959
35th 1960 Újpest 4−3 Bp. Honvéd National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 18 December 1960
36th 1961 Vasas 2−1 Bp. Honvéd National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 17 December 1961
37th 1962 Ferencváros (6p) 4 roundmatches Újpest (4p) National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 16 December 1962
38th 1963 Újpest (5p) 4 roundmatches Ferencváros (4p) National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 19 December 1963
39th 1964 Ferencváros (6p) 4 roundmatches Bp. Honvéd (4p) National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 20 December 1964
40th 1965 Ferencváros (6p) 4 roundmatches Bp. Honvéd (4p) National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 12 December 1965
41st 1966 Szolnok 2−1 Bp. Honvéd National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 15 October 1966
42nd 1967 Ferencváros (6p) 4 roundmatches Bp. Spartacus (3p) National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 26 November 1967
43rd 1968 Szolnok (6p) 4 roundmatches OSC (4p) National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 8 December 1968
44th 1969 Ferencváros (6p) 4 roundmatches Újpest (2p) National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 14 December 1969
45th 1970 OSC 4−3 Eger National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 19 December 1970
46th 1971 Vasas 4−3 Ferencváros National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 20 August 1971
47th 1972 Eger 7−6 Ferencváros Bitskey Aladár Swimming Pool, Eger 1 October 1972
48th 1973 Ferencváros 4−1 OSC National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 4 November 1973
49th 1974 OSC (6p) 4 roundmatches Újpest (2p) National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 20 October 1974
50th 1975 Újpest (6p) 4 roundmatches Vasas (4p) National Swimming Stadium, Budapest 12 October 1975
51st 1976 Ferencváros (8p) 6 roundmatches Újpest (6p) Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 12 December 1976
52nd 1977 Ferencváros (10p) 6 roundmatches BVSC (6p) Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 25–27 November 1977
53rd 1978 Ferencváros 7−6 (aet) Bp. Spartacus Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 26 November 1978
54th 1979 Bp. Honvéd 7−6 (p) Ferencváros Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 25 November 1979
55th 1980 Szentes 6−5 Szegedi EOL Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 23 November 1980
56th 1981 Vasas 13−10 Orvosegyetem Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 22 November 1981
57th 1982 BVSC 9−7 Bp. Honvéd Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 15 December 1982
58th 1983 Vasas 9−8 BVSC Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 10 December 1983
59th 1984 Vasas 14−11 BVSC Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 9 December 1984
60th 1985 Szolnok 9−7 Vasas Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 8 December 1985
61st 1986–87 BVSC 10−9 Bp. Spartacus Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 22 March 1987
62nd 1987–88 Bp. Spartacus 12−10 Tungsram Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 13 March 1988
63rd 1988–89 Ferencváros 14−10 Tatabánya Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 5 March 1989
64th 1989–90 Ferencváros 8−5 Újpest Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 15 March 1990
65th 1990–91 Újpest 32–25
16–9 / 16–16
Ferencváros Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest
Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest
13 March 1991
15 March 1991
66th 1991–92 Vasas 24–23
11–13 / 13–10
Újpest Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest
Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest
13 March 1992
14 March 1992
67th 1992–93 Újpest 19–18
10–7 / 9–11
Vasas Alfréd Hajós National Swimming Stadium, Budapest
Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest
13 March 1993
15 March 1993
68th 1993–94 Vasas 15–14
5–6 / 10–8
Újpest Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest
Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest
12 March 1994
14 March 1994
69th 1994–95 BVSC 17–16
13–8 / 4–8
Vasas Szőnyi str., Budapest
Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest
9 March 1995
15 March 1995
70th 1995–96 Vasas 10−8 Újpest Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 15 March 1996
71st 1996 dec. Ferencváros 16–14
7–6 / 9–8
Vasas Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest
Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest
20 December 1996
22 December 1996
72nd 1997 Vasas 6−4 Ferencváros Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 26 October 1997
73rd 1998–99 Bp. Honvéd 14–13
7–6 / 7–7
Ferencváros Kőér str., Budapest
Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest
11 March 1999
12 March 1999
74th 1999–00 BVSC 8−6 Vasas Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 14 March 2000
75th 2000–01 Vasas 7−5 Szeged Bitskey Aladár Swimming Pool, Eger 18 March 2001
76th 2001–02 Vasas 9−8 (aet) Ferencváros Szőnyi str., Budapest 17 March 2002
77th 2002–03 BVSC 7−6 Vasas Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 8 March 2003
78th 2004 Vasas 7−5 Eger Bitskey Aladár Swimming Pool, Eger 10 October 2004
79th 2005 Vasas 13−12 Eger Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 25 September 2005
80th 2006 Bp. Honvéd 11−7 Vasas Debrecen Swimming Pool Complex, Debrecen 15 October 2006
81st 2007 Eger 12−6 Bp. Honvéd Szőnyi str., Budapest 30 December 2007
82nd 2008 Eger 9−8 (aet) Vasas Bitskey Aladár Swimming Pool, Eger 30 November 2008
83rd 2009 Vasas 14−13 (aet) Eger Szőnyi str., Budapest 22 November 2009
84th 2010 Bp. Honvéd 9−6 Eger Szőnyi str., Budapest 30 November 2010
85th 2011 Szeged 9−8 Bp. Honvéd Szőnyi str., Budapest 13 November 2011
86th 2012 Szeged 9−8 (aet) Szolnok Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 11 November 2012
87th 2013 Szeged 9−5 Szolnok Water Polo Arena (Tiszaliget), Szolnok 17 November 2013
88th 2014 Szolnok 10−7 OSC Municipal Swimming Pool, Szentes 7 December 2014
89th 2015 Eger 8−8 (5-4 p) Szolnok Bitskey Aladár Swimming Pool, Eger 13 December 2015
90th 2016 Szolnok 10−4 Eger Tüskecsarnok Swimming Pool, Budapest 18 December 2016
91st 2017 Szolnok 13−4 OSC Császár-Komjádi Swimming Stadium, Budapest 4 December 2017
Notes
  • Note 1: Újpest did not play

Performances

By club

The performance of various clubs is shown in the following table:

Club Titles Runners-up Winning years
Újpest [n 1]
19
9
1929, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1938, 1939, 1944, 1948,
1951, 1952, 1955, 1960, 1963, 1975, 1990–91, 1992–93
Ferencváros [n 2]
17
15
1923, 1924, 1926, 1949, 1957, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1969,
1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1996 dec.
Vasas
15
11
1947, 1961, 1971, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1991–92, 1993–94, 1995–96, 1997,
2000–01, 2001–02, 2004, 2005, 2009
Bp. Honvéd [n 3]
8
9
1953, 1954, 1958, 1959, 1979, 1998–99, 2006, 2010
Szolnok [n 4]
6
4
1966, 1968, 1985, 2014, 2016, 2017
BVSC
5
5
1982, 1986–87, 1994–95, 1999–00, 2002–03
Eger [n 5]
4
6
1972, 2007, 2008, 2015
MTK Budapest [n 6]
3
5
1928, 1937, 1946
III. Kerületi TVE
3
2
1925, 1927, 1930
Szeged
3
1
2011, 2012, 2013
Magyar AC
2
10
1940, 1943
OSC
2
5
1970, 1974
Budapest SE
2
1
1941, 1942
Bp. Spartacus
1
3
1987–88
Szentes [n 7]
1
0
1980
Vasas Ganzhajó
1
-
Szegedi EOL
1
-
Tungsram
1
-
Tatabánya [n 8]
1
-

By county

County Titles Winning Clubs
Coa Hungary Town Budapest big.svg Budapest
77
Újpest (19), Ferencváros (17), Vasas (15), Honvéd (8), BVSC (5), III. Kerületi TVE (3), MTK (3), BSE (2), MAC (2), OSC (2),
Spartacus (1)
HUN Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok megye COA.png Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok
6
Szolnok (6)
HU Csongrád megye COA.svg Csongrád
4
Szeged (3), Szentes (1)
Coa Hungary County Heves.svg Heves
4
Eger (4)
  • The bolded teams are currently playing in the 2018-19 season of the Hungarian League.

Statistics

Records in the Final

  • Most wins: 19
    • Újpest (1929, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1938, 1939, 1944, 1948, 1951, 1952, 1955, 1960, 1963, 1975, 1991, 1993)
  • Most consecutive titles: 6
    • Újpest (1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936)
  • Most consecutive appearances: 8
    • Magyar AC (1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941 - winning one)
  • Most appearances: 32
    • Ferencváros (1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1946, 1949, 1951, 1957, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1996 dec., 1997, 1999, 2002)
  • Biggest win:
  • Most goals in a final: 27
  • Most goals by a losing side: 13
  • Most defeats in a final: 15
    • Ferencváros (1925, 1927, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1946, 1951, 1963, 1971, 1972, 1979, 1991, 1997, 1999, 2002)

Finals venues and host cities

  • In the list below are included all the stadiums, inclusive the stadiums from finals with 2 legs.
Matches played City Pool Last final
41
Budapest Hajós Alfréd Nemzeti Sportuszoda 1
1993
40
Budapest Császár-Komjádi Béla Sportuszoda 2
2017
6
Budapest Szőnyi úti uszoda
2011
5
Eger Bitskey Aladár uszoda
2015
1
Békásmegyer Csillaghegyi strandfürdő
1923
1
Budapest Kőér utcai uszoda
1999
1
Budapest Tüskecsarnok uszoda
2016
1
Debrecen Debreceni Sportuszoda
2006
1
Szolnok Tiszaligeti uszoda
2013
1
Szentes Városi Sportuszoda (Szentes)
2014

Notes:

  • Note 1: Formerly known as Nemzeti Sportuszoda.
  • Note 2: Formerly known as Császár fürdő.

Sponsorship

Period Sponsor Name
2009 – 2014 Theodora Theodora férfi Magyar kupa
2015 – BENU BENU férfi Magyar kupa

See also

References

  1. ^ "A FÉRFI VÍZILABDA MAGYAR KUPA GYŐZTESEI". nso.hu. Retrieved 13 December 2015.

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