Our football team got into the Europa League Group Stage again after 15 years. We were drawn into Group H, so our opponents are Espanyol, Ludogorets and CSKA Moscow. The schedule of the fixtures can be viewed HERE.
We’ll play all three of the home games on Thursdays. First we will welcome Ludogorets at the Groupama Arena on the 3rd of October, then on the 7th of November we will play against CSKA Moscow, finally, our last game of the Group Stage will be against Espanyol on the 28th of November.
We are currently selling three-match passes for the games. Therefore purchasing the EL pass soon is advised as tickets for one match will only be sold if there are still available passes.
Our season ticket holder fans not only have the advantage to purchase their EL pass sooner, but they also get a discount similar to our previous EL games. These tickets can be bought from September 2, until September 5.
From 12.00 on the 5th of September tickets will be available for everyone.
It's important to note that tickets can only be purchased with a Supporter Card, which can be acquired at the ticket office of Groupama Arena. Registering for it only takes a few minutes, the one-time registration fee is 1000 HUF, on matchday, it's 1500 HUF. A passport or identification card is required. VIP tickets can be purchased here online without a Supporter Card.
The pass can be bought HERE online, or in person at the ticket office of Groupama Arena.
Today our team played unstoppably against Debrecen and won 6-1.
We collected another point tonight in the UEL Group Stage: 0-0 against CSKA.
In a thrilling game our team played out a 1-1 draw against Mezőkövesd.
We defeated BKV Előre 3-1 during an away game and managed to get into the best 32 teams of the Hungarian Cup.
Three matches, three victories in one week.
Thursday’s victory in Moscow is our first international group stage win since December 2004.
Ferencvaros Budapest defeated CSKA Moscow with Varga Roland’s goall in the last minutes.
FTC and LSH Kft. transfers 1.3 million forints to Heim Pál Children’s Hospital from the Derby proceeds.