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Team Fact File:
  • Nickname: The Magical Magyars
  • Founded: 1902
  • Rivals: Romania, Russia
  • Record Goal Scorer: Ferenc Puskas (84)
  • Record Signing: Not Applicable

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Hungary Euro 2016 Tickets

Hungary tickets are on sale now from Football Ticket Pad. We have a wide range of Hungary Euro 2016 tickets to all group stage games and for knock-out games should they progress.

Hungary has a very respectable football history, having won three Olympic titles and finishing runners-up in the 1938 and 1954 FIFA World Cups. They also managed a 3rd place finish in Euro 1964. 

We have  tickets on offer for all those Hungary fans keen to see how their team get on this time around.Don't miss this chance to witness the Euros live with tickets available for every nation competing!

The Hungary team of the 1950s is still considered one of the best of all time. Having reached France Euro 2016, can this year's Hungary team make a statement at the feast of football taking place in France in the summer?

Hungary's participation at France in the summer will be Hungary's first international finals since competing at the Mexico World Cup in 1986, and the first European Championships since Belgium in 1972. There is a lot of excitment about Hungary's first major tournament in 30 years. Both domestically and across Europe, fans are eager to buy Hungary Euro 2016 tickets to see how they perform in France.

Football Ticket Pad will have Hungary tickets for every group match at France Euro 2016. We will also have a great selection of tickets should Hungary make the knock stages of the Euros.

Football Ticket Pad will have Euro 2016 tickets for every match in France in the summer.

Buying Hungary Euro 2016 tickets with Football Ticket Pad is safe, simple and secure.

We are the only online ticket retailer with a 5 star Trust pilot review because we offer reliable support from when you book your tickets through to going to the game on matchday.

In addition to standard matchday tickets, Football Ticket Pad also offers VIP hospitality Hungary tickets for all their matches at Euro 2016 in the summer.

Listed below are all of Hungary's France Euro 2016 fixtures with the starting ticket price for each game. Click ‘buy’ to see all ticket options available for each fixture.

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Hungary's home games for qualification to Euro 2016 were played at the 22,000 seater Groupama Arena in Budapest.

Hungary finished 3rd in Group F Euro 2016 qualification behind group winners Northern Ireland and second placed Romania. 3rd place saw Hungary progress though to the Euro 2016 qualifiers where they beat Norway 3-1 on aggregate over two legs.

Key Player

Balázs Dzsudzsák is the main man for Hungary. He was the only player to play in every game in qualifying and has an impressive football CV having previously played for PSV and Dinamo Moscow.

The Goals

Tamas Priskin, formerly of Watford, tends to start upfront for Hungary alongside Zoltan Gera. Neither have particularly impressive scoring records though and Hungary may struggle for goals.

One To Watch Out For

Just for the fact that some English football fans may be familiar with him already, one to watch is Dániel Tőzsér of Queens Park Rangers.

Young Starlet

László Kleinheisler is only 21 and his game time may be limited but he is a bright spark who could do something if he features in games. The midfielder who plays for Videoton FC may be eyeing this an opportunity to showcase his talents.

Hungary Euro 2016 Fixtures

Austria v Hungary

Lots of talent on display in this game and a fierce rivalry to boot. Austria v Hungary tickets can be purchased securely at Football Ticket Pad. 

https://www.footballticketpad.com/euro-2016/2015-16/austria-v-hungary-euro-2016-tickets

Hungary v Iceland

After qualifying for the Euros for the first time this will be a game both sides will be hoping they can win. This looks like a fairly easy group and whoever wins this has a great chance of qualifying for the knockout stages!

The game takes place at the Stade Velodrome in Marseille, a bustling City on the Mediterranean. This game has all the ingredients to be something special and tickets are well priced so secure

 Iceland v Hungary tickets today from Football Ticket Pad! 

https://www.footballticketpad.com/euro-2016/2015-16/iceland-v-hungary-euro-2016-tickets

Hungary v Portugal

It's been a kind draw for Portugal this summer who will be hoping to achieve maximum points in Group F. Hungary are one of the opponents who await.  Portugal v Hungary tickets can be bought through Football Ticket Pad from today. We have tickets available in both ends for all games taking place at Euro 2016!

https://www.footballticketpad.com/euro-2016/2015-16/hungary-v-portugal-euro-2016-tickets



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