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April 18. 2018.
Szabolcs Fodor: New Headcoach
FTC Ice Hockey announced officially that as of the new season Szabolcs Fodor becomes head coach of the first team.

Former head coach Greg Lindqvist announced that he was leaving Fradi by the end of the season. The division can now announce that Szabolcs Fodor becomes the new head coach.

Szabolcs Fodor started playing at Fradi, the signed to the US at 17. He later returned to Fradi to play four seasons in the team. Then he continued his career in Székesfehérvár, after which he signed for Vasas. Later he played even in Miskolc, where he became team captain during his first season already.

He has been a 53-time Hungarian national team player with 186 Hungarian league, 122 MOL League, 108 Interliga and 92 EBEL matches. After his retirement he became coach at the U20 team of MAC. He leaves that team now for Fradi’s invitation.


The Fradi family helped again

We have offered the amount of sold Christmas sweaters (321.000 HUF) to Bethesda Children Hospital.

István Kovács: „We need to progress constantly”

István Kovács can be a great example for active athletes.

Tamás Hajnal was consciously prepared for his future!

Nowadays he is working at the green-white club of Budapest as sports director.

It is important to have help if you need it!

On the occasion of the European Day of Care project, we talked to Péter Bácsi, former wrestler of FTC.

András Telek: We need to think about future in time!

We talked to András Telek, the former  national team football player of Ferencváros.

There must always be a Plan B!

We talked to Norbert Madaras, the former water polo player of FTC.

The winners of the Fradi Fair Play awards

An unselfish and lifesaving act was rewarded by the Fradi Fair Play Committee - VIDEO!

András Sike: "Competitors should be much more aware"

We talked with the former wrestler of Ferencváros.

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