Euro 2024 Group A: The Strength and Potential of the Hungarian Team

With enchanting gameplay and unyielding fighting spirit, the Hungarian team is ready to cause shocks at the upcoming major tournament, Euro 2024. Let’s explore the strength and potential of the Carpathian lions!

When mentioning Hungarian football, fans cannot forget the shining moments of this team in the past. From winning third place at Euro 1964 to reaching the World Cup finals twice (1938, 1954), Hungary has carved its name into the history of world football. And now, under the guidance of “wizard” Marco Rossi, the Carpathian lions are ready to roar on the international stage.

Ranked 27th on the FIFA rankings (as of February 15, 2024), Hungary is showing remarkable progress and immense potential. The combination of the experience of veteran players and the youthfulness of promising talents is creating a perfect “mixture” for this team.

Led by coach Marco Rossi, the current Hungarian team boasts many talented players playing for top clubs around the world. Especially, with promising young players like Dominik Szoboszlai (FC Liverpool) and Martin Ádám, the Hungarian team is sure to be a formidable opponent for any team.

So what are you waiting for, let’s support and cheer for the Carpathian lions on their journey to conquer new heights. With enchanting gameplay, unyielding fighting spirit, and the support of millions of fans, Hungary promises to cause shocks at Euro 2024.

Current Euro 2024 Hungary squad: players and clubs (As of: March 28, 2024)


Dénes Dibusz (Ferencvárosi TC)

Péter Gulácsi (RB Leipzig)

Balázs Tóth (FC Fehérvár)

Central Defenders

Botond Balogh (Parma Calcio 1913)

Bendegúz Bolla (Servette FC)

Márton Dárdai (Hertha BSC)

Milos Kerkez (AFC Bournemouth)

Ádám Lang (Omonia Nikosia)

Attila Mocsi (Çaykur Rizespor)

Zsolt Nagy (FC Puskás)

Loïc Négo (AC Havre)

Willi Orbán (RB Leipzig)

Attila Szalai (SC Freiburg)

Gábor Szalai (FC Lausanne-Sport)


Dániel Gazdag (Philadelphia Union)

Krisztofer Horváth (Kecskeméti TE)

László Kleinheisler (Hajduk Split)

Ádám Nagy (Spezia Calcio)

Roland Sallai (SC Freiburg)

András Schäfer (1. FC Union Berlin)

Callum Styles (Sunderland AFC)

Dominik Szoboszlai (FC Liverpool)


Martin Ádám (vereinslos)

Zalán Vancsa (Lommel SK)

Barnabás Varga (Ferencvárosi TC)

Topics: Hungary, Euro 2024, Marco Rossi, Dominik Szoboszlai, Willi Orbán, Martin Ádám, RB Leipzig, FC Liverpool

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