Hungary are nicknamed 'The Magical', and they play in maroon home shirts with white shorts and green socks which are supplied by adidas. Hungary have appeared in nine World Cups where their best result was runners-up in the 1938 and 1954 cups. The club have had several famous players to wear their shirt including Ferenc Puskas, Sandor Kocsis, Imre Schlosser, Balasz Dzsudzsak and Gabor Kiraly.
Hungary play their home games in the Budapest, and wear home kit of red shirts with white shorts and green socks. The Hungarian shirt has reached the World Cup final twice, losing to Italy 4-2 in 1938 and 3-2 to West Germany in 1954. They also have the honour of three Olympic Gold medals in 1952, 1964 and 1968.
Hungary take preparations for the upcoming Euro '16 tournament to the next stage by officially releasing their home and away shirts manufactured by adidas. The chief executives of the Hungary national football team took a back seat over the final decisions for the team's kit decisions by allowing [...]
The Hungary national football team played their first international match in Vienna on the 12th October 1902 against Austria, Hungary lost 5-nil. This match was the first international between two non-British European countries.
Hungary's home stadium is named after their best ever player Ferenc Puskas named the Stadium Puskas Ferenc.