MOL Fehérvár

MOL Fehérvár
Official Website: www.molfehervarfc.hu
Stadium: MOL Aréna Sósto
Capacity: 14,201


Fehérvár was founded in 1941 as Székesfehérvári Vadásztölténygyár SK. After several name changes, adopting the term Videoton, the team played in the 1968 season but were immediately relegated. Their first domestic success occurred in the 1975–76 season when they finished 2nd. Fehérvár’s biggest domestic success happened in the 2010–11 season when they finished first. The club are based in Székesfehérvár, in Fejér County, Hungary.

At international level, Fehérvár’s biggest success has been reaching the 1985 UEFA Cup Final where they lost to Real Madrid.

On 1 July 2018, the club’s name was changed from Videoton FC to MOL Vidi FC despite strong disagreement of the supporters of the club, however since 1 July 2019, the name has been changed again to Mol Fehérvár FC.

Between 2016/17 and 2018/19 Mol Fehérvár played their homes at the Pancho Aréna whilst their new ground was being built. After various delays the first match at the MOL Aréna Sóstó was played on 21st November 2018 between Mol Vidi and Újpest ending in a 1-0 victory for the home side. The first goal in the stadium was scored by Roland Juhász.

MOL Fehérvár have won the NB1 3 times – 2010/11; 2014/15 & 2017/18 and the Magyar Kupa final twice – 1981/82 & 2018/19.

Manager: Marko Nikolic – starting 2nd full season
Last season: 2nd
Leading scorer: Mark Scepovic – 10 goals, 3 assists
Top players: Loïc Nego D/W, Vinícius D, Mate Patkai M
Captain: Roland Juhász D

Key transfers in:
Ivan Petriak W – from Shakhtar Donetsk (played full season at Ferencváros last season)
Adrian Rus D – from Puskas (played 14 games on loan at Sepsi last season (1G, 1A)
Funsho Bamgboye W – from Haladás (35 games – 4G, 6A)

Key transfers out:
None