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List of football stadiums in Hungary

The following is a list of football stadiums in Hungary, ordered by capacity.

Current stadiums

# Stadium Capacity City Home Team
Puskás Ferenc stadion 56,000 Budapest  Hungary
Albert Flórián stadion 15,804 Budapest Ferencváros
Illovszky Rudolf stadion 9,000 Budapest Vasas
ETO Park 15,600 Győr Győr
Sóstói stadion 14,300 Székesfehérvár Videoton
Felső Tisza-parti stadion 15.000 (10.000) Szeged Tisza Volán SC
ZTE Aréna 9,300 Zalaegerszeg Zalaegerszegi TE
Szusza Ferenc stadion 13,501 Budapest Újpest
Hidegkuti Nándor stadion 12.700 (5.700) Budapest MTK Budapest FC
Eszperantó úti stadion 12.000 (all-seater) Dunaújváros Dunapentele SE, Pálhalmai SE
Városi stadion 12.000 (4.000) Ózd Ózdi FC
Építők stadion 12.000 (1.500) Budapest -
PVSK stadion 12.000 (2.000) Pécs Pécsi VSK
Stadler Stadion 12,000 (10.863) Akasztó -[1]
Béke téri stadion 12,000 (2.200) Budapest Csepel FC
DVTK stadion 11,398 Miskolc Diósgyőr
Kórház utcai stadion 11.500 (3.432) Békéscsaba Békéscsaba 1912 Előre SE
Városi stadion 10.300 (all-seater) Nyíregyháza Nyíregyháza Spartacus FC
Oláh Gábor utcai stadion 10,200 Debrecen Debrecen
Nagyerdei stadion 10.000 (5.600) Debrecen -
Újmecsekaljai stadion 7,000 Pécs Pécs
Tiszaligeti stadion 10.000 (2.500) Szolnok Szolnoki MÁV FC
Bozsik stadion 9,500 Budapest Honvéd
Rohonci úti stadion 9,500 Szombathely Haladás

Team in Bold: Nemzeti Bajnokság I clubs.

UEFA Elite Stadium(s)

# Stadium Capacity City Club Opened

See also

References

External links

  • List of UEFA Elite Stadiums
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