“Mixing sports with politics is extremely harmful and dangerous,” Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said in connection with German plans to illuminate in the rainbow colours the stadium in Munich where the national elevens of Germany and Hungary would play a match in the European football championship on June 23.
London’s Wembley Stadium could be replaced as the site of the Euro 2020 final in line with a contingency plan announced by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA).
The Debrecen Sportcentrum-Sportiskola held an awards ceremony on Wednesday, June 16. In the VIP hall of the Nagyerdei Stadium, Deputy Mayor Lajos Barcsa emphasized that the activities of the Sportcentrum are outstanding in our city, which also plays a key role in sports, receiving support of about HUF 750 million this year, most of which […]
Portugal defeated Hungary 3:0 in their Euro 2020 group F opener in Budapest’s Puskás Arena on Tuesday evening.
The government has decided to allow foreign visitors to attend three upcoming motoring events in Hungary if they present negative coronavirus tests taken no earlier than 72 hours before entering the country, the Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement on Thursday.
State secretary for international sports events Balázs Fürjes has been invited to join the governing body of the international federation of water sports (FINA).
The European Figure Skating Championships will be held in Budapest in 2024 under a decision by the International Skating Union passed on Thursday.
Hosszú Katinka won one gold and two bronze medals on the second day of the opening station of the floating Mare Nostrum series in Monte Carlo.
The presidency of the Hungarian Fencing Association last night appointed the XXXII. Hungarian national team traveling to the Summer Olympics. The fencer of Interfencing Debrecen Sports Club, Katinka Battai Sugár, can participate in the Olympics as a member of the women’s sword team. With the decision, it became certain that after the silver medal won […]
A street named after legendary footballer Ferenc Puskás, a member of Hungary’s 1950s Golden Team and also Spanish football club Real Madrid, was inaugurated in Madrid on Wednesday.