On 24 September 2021, Ferencvárosi Torna Club organised an exhibition in honour of Flórián Albert in FTC stadium. The interactive exhibition, which covered an area of almost 300 square metres, included the most important objects of the "Emperor", along with many exciting innovations. These relics, the life's work of Albert Flórián, were summarised by FTC in a publication entitled "Albert 80: The Legacy of the One and Only Hungarian Ballon d'Or winner".
The 183-page book in Hungarian and English presents the career, the human and sporting greatness of Flórián Albert through nearly 50 objects, from his primary school report to his radio, which was always near him in his last years, or his wedding ring, his coaching whistle, his ID card, the gifts he received from the fans, his last crossword puzzle... The book also includes the Olympic bronze medal, the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup trophy and, of course, the Golden Ball he won in 1967.
The "Albert 80" booklet also includes never published photos of Flórián Albert—three photos revealed from the family archives of the "Emperor's" coaching in Libya that fans have never seen.
The book costs 4.495 HUF, it can be purchased in the Fradi Shop and, by clicking HERE, on the Fradi webshop. Fans with fan card get a 5 percent, season ticket holders get 15 percent discount on their purchase!
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