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Gy%C5%91ri ETO FC
Gy?ri ETO FC logo.svg
Full nameWKW Egyetértés Torna Osztály Futball Club Gy?r
Founded1904; 117 years ago (1904)
GroundETO Park
OwnerKer-Gasztro Kft.
ChairmanImre Soós
ManagerSándor Csató
LeagueNB II
2019-20NB II, 6th of 20
WebsiteClub website

WKW ETO FC Gy?r (Egyetértés Torna Osztály Futball Club Gy?r; lit. Concordance Gymnastics Department Football Club of Gy?r) or just ETO, is a football club from the city of Gy?r in Hungary. They are best known for reaching the semi-finals of the European Cup 1964-65. The club has won the Hungarian League four times. In 1904 the club was founded as Gy?ri Vagongyár ETO and has undergone many name changes since. The colours of the club are green and white.


Crest and colours

The colours of the club are green and white. This combination of colours is very common in Hungary, as it is also used by clubs such as Ferencváros, Szombathelyi Haladás, Paks. The crest of the club includes a cock sitting on a cross.

Naming history

  • 1904: Gy?ri Vagongyár ETO
  • 1950: Gy?ri Vasas SC ETO
  • 1952: Gy?ri Vasas
  • 1953: Vasas SE Gy?r
  • 1954: Wilhelm Pieck Vasas ETO SK Gy?r
  • 1957: Magyar Wilhelm Pieck Vagon- és Gépgyár ETO Gy?r
  • 1957: Gy?ri Vasas ETO
  • 1965: Rába ETO Gy?r
  • 1985: Gy?ri ETO FC
  • 1992: Rába ETO FC Gy?r
  • 1994: Gy?ri ETO FC
  • 2015: ETO FC Gy?r
  • 2017: WKW ETO FC Gy?r

Manufacturers and shirt sponsors

The following table shows in detail Gy?ri ETO FC kit manufacturers and shirt sponsors by year:

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
-2001 adidas Rába
2001-2003 Nike  -
2003-2004 Jako Questor
2004-2010 adidas
2010-2011 Puma
2011-2014 Questor / Audi
2014-2015 adidas
2015-2016 Erima  -
2017- adidas WKW automative


The home of the club is the multi-purpose stadium ETO Park. It was opened in 2008 as a replacement for Stadion ETO. Its capacity is 16,000 but if necessary the stadium can be expanded in order to host 30,000 spectators. The stadium complex also includes three grass practice pitches and one synthetic practice pitch, as well as two indoor pitches. A hotel can be found next to the pitch. The stadium can also host cultural events such as concerts and exhibitions. The style of the stadium is 'a la English' that is open at the corners.

The stadium is also home to the national team of Hungary. On 3 March 2010 Hungary drew with Russia in a friendly match. 16,000 spectators attended the match.

On 29 February 2012, Hungary hosted Bulgaria in a friendly match. Although Szalai scored in the 42nd minute, a late equalizer was delivered by Bozhinov.[1]

On 7 June 2013, Csaba Tarsoly said that the ETO Park is unique in Hungary that it was built without any governmental support. The facility corresponds to the UEFA stadium criteria, except for the fact that a UEFA Champions League or UEFA Europa League final cannot be played at the stadium since it is not able to host 30,000 spectators.[2]


On 14 June 2001, the Quaestor Financial Hrurira Kft bought the club and the stadium from the Rába Rt.[3]

On 12 May 2013, Csaba Tarsoly, the president of the club, said that he had been waiting for this winning of the Hungarian League for 12 years.[4]

On 9 March 2015, the Quaestor Financial Hrurira Kft. went bankrupt.[5]

On 14 March 2015, the Audi finished supporting the club due to the unpredictability caused by the bankruptcy of the Quaestor Financial Hrurira Kft..[6]

On 22 April 2015, the mayor of Gy?r, Zsolt Borkai said that the club will compete either in the Nemzeti Bajnokság III or in the county championship from the 2015-16 season due to the fact that the club will not be able to receive license from the Hungarian Football Federation since the club has amassed a 200 million HUF of debt.[7][8]

On 23 April 2015, it was revealed that an English investor is interested in the club.[9]

The promotion to the 2017-18 Nemzeti Bajnokság II aroused the interest of different investor. Among the investors there is a Belgian group who showed interest in purchasing the club and their estates.[10]

Supporters and rivalries

The ultras of Gy?r in Hungarian League match against Videoton (2010).

The supporters of the club are mainly from the city of Gy?r and the neighbouring area. However, the club have supporters from all over the country. Gy?r have a strong local rivalry with neighbouring clubs such as Szombathelyi Haladás and Zalaegerszeg. However, the club's historic rivals come from Budapest, due to the fierce competition between Gy?r, Ferencváros and Budapest Honvéd in the early 1980s. Currently the club are in rivalry with the most successful clubs of the country such as Debrecen and Videoton.




Current squad

As of 9 August, 2020. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Hungary HUN Bence Gundel-Takács
3 DF Hungary HUN Attila Temesvári (on loan from Honvéd)
4 DF Hungary HUN Attila Szabados
5 DF Hungary HUN Zoltán Lipták
6 DF Hungary HUN Gábor Dvorschák
7 MF Ukraine UKR Vasyl Vashkeba
8 MF Hungary HUN István Bagi
10 FW Hungary HUN Viktor Szimcsó
11 DF Hungary HUN Milos Kerkez
12 GK Hungary HUN Barnabás Ruisz
13 MF Hungary HUN Botond Király
14 DF Hungary HUN András Fejes
15 DF Hungary HUN Barnabás Vári
17 MF Hungary HUN Viktor Múcska
No. Pos. Nation Player
18 FW Hungary HUN Imre Vankó
19 FW Hungary HUN Milán Májer (on loan from Honvéd)
23 DF Hungary HUN Gyula Forró
24 FW Hungary HUN Soma Szuhodovszki (on loan from Honvéd)
26 GK Hungary HUN Erik Gyurákovics
27 MF Hungary HUN Milán Vitális
30 MF Hungary HUN Tamás Priskin
51 FW Hungary HUN Bence Sip?cz
69 DF Hungary HUN Américo Pereira
90 DF Hungary HUN Krisztián Kovács
91 MF Hungary HUN Máté Kiss
94 MF Hungary HUN István Berki
97 FW Hungary HUN Balázs Farkas

Out on loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
3 DF Hungary HUN Olivér Kalmár (at Vasas SC until 30 June 2020)
12 GK Hungary HUN Bence Keser? (at Pápai PFC until 30 June 2020)


See also Gy?ri ETO FC II.

Non-playing staff

Board of directors

Position Name
President Hungary Imre Sóos
Technical director Hungary Ádám Nagy
Club manager Hungary Imre Soós
Youth director Hungary Frigyes Tuboly
International scout manager Hungary Tamás Darázs


Position Name
Head coach Hungary
Assistant coach Hungary Miklós Herczeg
Assistant coach Hungary Péter Tuifel
Goalkeepers Coach Hungary Zsolt Seb?k
Fitness Trainer Hungary Tamás Kovács
Video Analyst Hungary Péter Dürg?
Technical Manager Hungary Ádám Nagy
Team Doctor Hungary László Ágh dr.
Masseur Hungary Bernadett Szórádi
Masseur Hungary Péter Kardos


Other departments

Gy?ri ETO has several successful departments, e.g., the handball teams won many national championships. The men's team also won the EHF Cup in 1986 as Rába Vasas ETO Gy?r. Particularly well known these days are the handball ladies, playing as Gy?ri ETO Kézilabda Club (en. handball club), which is a five-time Champions League winner team.


  1. ^ "Hungary 1-1". 29 February 2012. Retrieved 2012.
  2. ^ "NB I: 2014-ben lesz stadion Debrecenben és az Üll?i úton". Nemzeti Sport. 7 June 2013.
  3. ^ "Eladták a Rába ETO stadionját". Sport Géza. 14 June 2001.
  4. ^ "Gy?ri ETO: a klubelnök régóta várt már erre a sikerre". Nemzeti Sport. 12 May 2013.
  5. ^ "Új korszak jöhet Gy?rben - az önkormányzat figyel". Nemzeti Sport. 11 March 2015.
  6. ^ "Gy?ri ETO: az Audi kihátrál a futballcsapat mögül". Nemzeti Sport. 14 March 2015.
  7. ^ "ETO: külföldi befektet? a láthatáron, folynak a tárgyalások". Nemzeti Sport. 22 April 2015.
  8. ^ "Beszánthatják az ETO Parkot, 400 gyerek kerülhet az utcára". Népszabadság. 21 April 2015.
  9. ^ "ETO: az angol befektet?jelölt május 8-ig kivár". Nemzeti Sport. 22 April 2015.
  10. ^ "Belga vonal - újabb meghatározó zöld-fehér csapat a cél". Nemzeti Sport. 16 June 2017.
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