Győr secured the sixth Hungarian title in a row

Győr secured the sixth Hungarian title in a row

Photo: Tamás Csonka

In Hungarian Leauge, playoff matches are played in this period.

The final was played between the two best teams, Győr and FTC.

First match:

Győri Audi ETO KC-FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria 34-28 (20-13)

Second match:

FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria-Győri Audi ETO KC 34-19 (11-12)

Topscorers: Szarka Adrienn (FTC) 6 goals and Orbán Adrienne (Győr) 8 goals

Győri Audi ETO KC has won the Hungarian title, since they defeated FTC in both matches. After the rules of playoff, two victories are needed to get the title. Thr club from Győr managed to win the Hungarian championship sixth time on a row, meanwhile totally this is the club’s 10th Hungarian title.

Players like Ivett Szepesi, Dóra Hornyák, Viktória Rédei Soós, Raphaelle Tervel  or Szederke Sirián has won their first Hungarian title ever, but Spanish coach Ambros Martín could also celebrate a title, for the first time since he came to Győr.

For Anita Görbicz this was the 8th Hungarian title, wearing ETO’s shirt.

Photo: Tamás Csonka


Győri Audi ETO KC is preparing for the CL-final against Norwegians from Larvik, which will be played on 5th Mai in Larvik and 11th Mai in Veszprém.


The third place will be decided between Érd and Vác, in the same playing system, where Érd has alreday defeated their opponent in the first match.

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