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Nemzeti Bajnokság I (men's futsal)

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Nemzeti Bajnokság I (men's futsal)

Nemzeti Bajnokság I
Country Hungary
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1993
Number of teams 12
Levels on pyramid 1
Relegation to Nemzeti Bajnokság II
Domestic cup(s) Magyar Kupa
International cup(s) UEFA Futsal Cup
Current champions MVFC Berettyóújfalu
Most championships Rába ETO Futsal Club
Current Season at

Nemzeti Bajnokság I (English: National Championship I, commonly abbreviated NB I) is the premier futsal league in Hungary, administered by the Hungarian Football Federation. The league, which is played under UEFA rules, was founded in 1993 and currently consists of 12 teams.

Teams 2014–15


Season Champions
1993 Balox Lőrinc
1994 Apenta Nestle
1995 Lőrinc FC
1995–1996 Külker FC
1996–1997 Nestle
1997–1998 In Time Sport Club
1998–1999 Külker Trans Carry
1999–2000 In Time Aramis SE
2000–2001 Cső-Montage BFC
2001–2002 Cső-Montage BFC
2002–2003 Cső-Montage BFC
2003–2004 Rubeola FC Csömör
2004–2005 Colorspectrum Aramis
2005–2006 Gödöllõi Futsal Klub
2006–2007 Megatherm GFK
2007–2008 MVFC Berettyóújfalu
2008–2009 MVFC Berettyóújfalu
2009–2010 Duna Takarék ETO FC
2010–2011 Rába ETO FC
2011–2012 Rába ETO FC
2012–2013 Rába ETO FC
2013–2014 MVFC Berettyóújfalu


"Story – Hungary". Retrieved 18 May 2011. 

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