Szegedi AK

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Szegedi AK
Full nameSzegedi Atlétikai Klub
Founded1899
Dissolved1976

Szegedi Atlétikai Klub or shortly Szegedi AK was a Hungarian football club from the town of Szeged, Hungary.

History[edit]

Szegedi AK debuted in the 1926–27 season of the Hungarian League and finished in seventh place.[1] The team played 22 seasons in the top flight until 1951. In 1976 the club was merged into Szegedi EAC.

Names[edit]

  • 1899–1926: Szegedi Atlétikai Klub (SZAK)
  • 1926–1931: Bástya FC
  • 1931–1944: Szeged FC
  • 1945–1949: Szegedi Atlétikai Klub (SZAK)
  • 1949–1950: Szegedi MTE
  • 1950–1957: Szegedi Petőfi
  • 1957–1976: Szegedi Atlétikai Klub (SZAK)

Honours[edit]

Géza Toldi played for the club between 1941–42

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hungarian League 1926–27". The Rec Sport Soccer Statistics Foundation. 23 May 2015.