FTC takes the Hungarian Cup after fourteen years

photo: MKSZ/Anikó Kovács
FTC takes the Hungarian Cup after fourteen years

Hungarian Cup Final Four was organized last weekend in Kecskemét, Hungary with the participation of DVSC-TVP, DKKA, FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria and Győri Audi ETO KC.


Győri Audi ETO KC –  DVSC-TVP 34 – 14 (20 – 8)

FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria –  DKKA 34 – 29 (18 – 15)

Bronze match:


Topscorers: Anna Punko (DVSC) 7 goals and Anna Kovács (DKKA) 8 goals

Final of Hungarian Cup:

photo: győriaudietokc

FTC-RAIL CARGO HUNGARIA–GYŐRI AUDI ETO KC 32-34 (15-16, 29-29) after seven meters

Topscorers: Zita Szucsánszki (FTC) 8 goals and Eduarda Amorim-Anita Görbicz (Győr) 7 goals each

The final was a close race, where FTC had the control almost during all the game, being in lead with 2-3 goals, 16-15 before the break. Győr played without an injured Yvette Broch, FTC had to play without Zácsik and Hornyák. With an excellent goalkeeper performance of Blanka Bíró, FTC was a hard nut to crack for Győr’s team. The dying minutes brought a crazy period, when Győr managed to close the gap to one goal and in the last seconds, Amorim scored for the draw, which meant that the match and the cup will be decided by penalties.

In the shootout, Győr missed a seven meter and FTC scored every of them, so Nerea Pena and company got a well-deserved victory and the Hungarian Cup after fourteen dry years.

The best player of the F4: Zita Szucsánszki (FTC)

The best goalkeeper: Blanka Bíró (FTC)



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