FTC together with Sportfive, the operator of Groupama Arena, have renewed the Fradi Application, which will display the latest news and videos of fradi.hu in a more innovative form than before, and will also provide a unique experience for the upcoming match days! Let's see the most important changes!
Our fans can see the latest news about the football team on the main menu, the latest photo galleries, social media posts, and even the video content will also be available there. There will be plenty of exclusive content only on the app, so it will be worth downloading the application!
Another update is that from now on you can conveniently and easily buy your tickets and even the season passes with the renewed Fradi Application. You can check your existing tickets at any time after a few clicks in the 'My Tickets' menu! You can also browse or purchase our merchandise, and everything the Fradi Shop has to offer.
In the renewed Fradi Application, unique and exclusive content, games, and giveaways await users, plus a special function: 'eagle' or 'sasolás' where the most captivating content will be collected for the fans.
The app of Ferencvárosi Torna Club can be downloaded for free and is available for both Android and Apple devices.
If you already have our previous application installed on your phone all you have to do is update it to get the brand new version!
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.
Liu Shaoang won all 3 races on Sunday in the 500-m distance, and added a chapter to Hungarian sports history.
FTC has made a film for the 10th time, in which the club raises awareness on the fight against exclusion.
Liu Shaoang came first on 500 meters and Liu Shaolin Sándor on 1000 meters.
Ferencvárosi Torna Club is taking another step to promote fair play.
Our football team is charitable this year too by donating to four children's hospitals in Budapest.
Leandro de Almeida and László Bázsa-Mosó receive the Fradi Fair-Play Award in 2020.