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The Hungary men's national water polo team represents Hungarymarker in international men's water polo competitions and friendly matches and is controlled by Magyar Vízilabda Szövetség. They are considered the best varsity water polo national team in history of the sport, having won 15 Olympic, 9 World Championship, 5 FINA World League, 8 FINA World Cup and 21 European Championship medals.

Current Squad

Name Current Team
István Gergely Domino Honvéd
Viktor Nagy Vasas
Péter Biros Egermarker
Miklós Gór-Nagy Domino Honvéd
Balázs Hárai Egermarker
Norbert Hosnyánszky Vasas
Gábor Kis Vasas
Gergely Kiss Primorac Kotor
Norbert Madaras Pro Recco
Márton Szívós Domino Honvéd
Dániel Varga Vasas
Dénes Varga Vasas
Zsolt II. Varga Egermarker


Coach: Dénes Kemény

Results

Olympic Games

  • 1912First round
  • 1920Didn't participate
  • 1924First round
  • 1928 Silver Medal
  • 1932 Gold Medal
  • 1936 Gold Medal
  • 1948 Silver Medal
  • 1952 Gold Medal
  • 1956 Gold Medal
  • 1960 Bronze Medal
  • 1964 Gold Medal
  • 1968 Bronze Medal
  • 1972 Silver Medal
  • 1976 Gold Medal
  • 1980 Bronze Medal
  • 1984Didn't participate
  • 19885th place
  • 19926th place
  • 19964th place
  • 2000 Gold Medal
  • 2004 Gold Medal
  • 2008 Gold Medal


World Championship

  • 1973 Gold Medal
  • 1975 Silver Medal
  • 1978 Silver Medal
  • 1982 Silver Medal
  • 19869th place
  • 1991 Bronze Medal
  • 19945th place
  • 1998 Silver Medal
  • 20015th place
  • 2003 Gold Medal
  • 2005 Silver Medal
  • 2007 Silver Medal
  • 20095th place


FINA World League

  • 2002 Bronze Medal
  • 2003 Gold Medal
  • 2004 Gold Medal
  • 2005 Silver Medal
  • 2006Didn't participate
  • 2007 Silver Medal
  • 2008Didn't participate


FINA Water Polo World Cup

  • 1979 Gold Medal
  • 19816th place
  • 19837th place
  • 1985Didn't participate
  • 1987Didn't participate
  • 1989 Bronze Medal
  • 19914th place
  • 1993 Silver Medal
  • 1995 Gold Medal
  • 1997 Bronze Medal
  • 1999 Gold Medal
  • 2002 Silver Medal
  • 2006 Silver Medal


European Championship

  • 1926 Gold Medal
  • 1927 Gold Medal
  • 1931 Gold Medal
  • 1934 Gold Medal
  • 1938 Gold Medal
  • 19474th place
  • 1950Didn't participate
  • 1954 Gold Medal
  • 1958 Gold Medal
  • 1962 Gold Medal
  • 19665th place
  • 1970 Silver Medal
  • 1974 Gold Medal
  • 1977 Gold Medal
  • 1981 Bronze Medal
  • 1983 Silver Medal
  • 19855th place
  • 19875th place
  • 19899th place
  • 19915th place
  • 1993 Silver Medal
  • 1995 Silver Medal
  • 1997 Gold Medal
  • 1999 Gold Medal
  • 2001 Bronze Medal
  • 2003 Bronze Medal
  • 2006 Silver Medal
  • 2008 Bronze Medal


Awards



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