Where is the football club Debreceni Vasutas located?
Debreceni Vasutas Sport Club is a professional Hungarian football club based in Debrecen, Hungary . The club was founded on 12 March 1902, initially being known as “Egyetértés Futball Club” but on becoming independent it was renamed “Debreceni Vasutas Sport Club” (Debrecen Railway Sports Club).
When did Debreceni win the Magyar Kupa?
Debrecen won the 2000–01 Magyar Kupa. Therefore, in 2001 Debrecen they could enter the UEFA Cup 2001-02 where they beat the Moldovan club Nistru Otaci 3–1 on aggregate in the first round. In the second round of the UEFA Cup Debrecen played with the French club Bordeaux. They lost 5–1 away, but beat the French club 3–1 at home.
Who are the fans of Debreceni VSC in Hungary?
The debutant Varga took the lead in the 69th minute again, but the score was equalised by Schöne in the 72nd minute. Supporters of DVSC are mainly based in Debrecen, Hungary. However, the club is popular in all over Hungary. Club’s main ultras group is Szívtiprók Ultras Debrecen (SZ.U.D.), which is the largest and oldest faction, founded in 1994.
Who is the new owner of Debrecen football club?
On 27 May 2017, it was announced that Andy Vajna could replace Gábor Szima as the owner of Debrecen. Nevertheless, Andy Vajna added that he likes football but he does not want to invest into football. On 15 August 2017, it was revealed that Gábor Szima, the owner of Debrecen, might leave the club and a Greek tycoon might arrive.
When did Debrecen play in the UEFA Cup?
In 1999 Debrecen played in the first round of the UEFA Cup 1999-00 and they were beaten by the German VfL Wolfsburg 3–2 on aggregate. Although Debrecen beat the German club 2–1 at home, they lost 2–0 in the away-game, and their first UEFA Cup season ended. Debrecen won the 2000–01 Magyar Kupa.