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== Historia ==
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During the 1950s Honvéd players such as [[Ferenc Puskás]], [[Sándor Kocsis]], [[József Bozsik]] and later, [[Zoltán Czibor]] formed the nucleus of legendary [[Golden Team|''Mighty Magyars'']], helping [[Hungary national football team|Hungary]] become [[Football at the 1952 Summer Olympics|Olympic Champions]] in 1952 and [[1954 FIFA World Cup Final|1954 World Cup finalists]]. The club itself also benefited, winning the [[Hungarian League]] in 1950, 1952, 1954, and 1955. The clubs reputation also spread beyond [[Hungary]] and in 1953 they were invited to [[England]] to play [[Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C.|Wolves]] in a prestige friendly. Honvéd were leading 2-0 at half-time, but eventually lost 3-2.