March 8. 2021.
Double victory: the Liu brothers are world champions!
Liu Shaoang came first on 500 meters and Liu Shaolin Sándor on 1000 meters.

The short track speed skating World Championships was held last week in Dordrecht. The skaters of FTC excelled in the competition as Liu Shaolin Sándor and Liu Shaoang both became world champions!

On Saturday Liu Shaoang earned his first world champion title on 500 meters. 

On the 1000 meters, Liu Shaolin Sándor, won! Like his bother, he's taking home yet another world champion title. Liu Shaoang finished in 2nd place this time.

The line-up of great results then continued in the 3,000-meter super final for the overall world title, where Liu Shaoang finished in 6th place, but still gained enough points to become an overall world champion. Liu Shaolin Sándor finished 3rd in the super final, winning the complex World Championship silver medal behind his brother, meaning that the Liu brothers finished not only in the first two places in the 1000 meters but also in the super final.

The day ended with the 5,000-meter men's relay, in which the Hungarian team with Liu Shaolin Sándor, Liu Shaoang, John-Henry Krueger, and Csaba Burján finished in 2nd place.

The Hungarians finished the world championship with three gold medals and three silver medals, thus giving their best performance of all time!


Common charity programme for Ukranian children

The FTC, in cooperation with the Mazsihisz, organised a cultural programme for 50 Ukrainian children.


Our two-time Olympic champion won two gold medals on Saturday at the World Championships in Montreal.

Outstanding! Liu Shaoang is an Olympic champion!

Liu Shaoang won all 3 races on Sunday in the 500-m distance, and added a chapter to Hungarian sports history.

Together we are more in Fradi!

FTC has made a film for the 10th time, in which the club raises awareness on the fight against exclusion.

The Fradi application has been renewed!

New options, games, an easier way of purchasing tickets – all in the fresh Fradi app!

FTC is joining World Fair Play Day

Ferencvárosi Torna Club is taking another step to promote fair play.

Donating millions of HUF to Children's hospitals

Our football team is charitable this year too by donating to four children's hospitals in Budapest.

Announcement: Winners of the Fradi Fair-Play Award

Leandro de Almeida and László Bázsa-Mosó receive the Fradi Fair-Play Award in 2020.

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