Fixtures

Maďarsko - NB II 09/26 15:00 9 Pécsi MFC v BFC Siofok - View
Maďarsko - NB II 09/29 16:00 10 BFC Siofok v Gyori ETO - View
Maďarsko - NB II 10/04 18:00 11 Nyiregyhaza Spartacus v BFC Siofok - View
Maďarsko - NB II 10/17 11:00 12 BFC Siofok v Bekescsaba - View
Maďarsko - NB II 10/24 11:00 13 III Keruleti TUE v BFC Siofok - View
Maďarsko - NB II 10/31 12:00 14 BFC Siofok v Szeged-Csanad Grosics - View

Results

Maďarský pohár 09/19 16:00 6 BFC Siofok v Puskas Academy L 0-3
Maďarsko - NB II 09/15 16:00 8 [15] BFC Siofok v Szolnoki Máv FC [8] W 3-2
Maďarsko - NB II 09/12 15:00 7 [4] Kecskemeti TE v BFC Siofok [13] L 1-0
Maďarsko - NB II 08/29 17:00 6 [13] BFC Siofok v Budafoki MTE [10] D 1-1
Maďarsko - NB II 08/22 17:00 5 [14] BFC Siofok v Vasas SC [1] D 2-2
Maďarsko - NB II 08/18 17:00 4 [12] Csakvari TK v BFC Siofok [14] D 0-0
Maďarsko - NB II 08/15 17:00 3 [14] BFC Siofok v Diosgyori VTK [3] D 1-1
Maďarsko - NB II 08/08 17:00 2 [15] FC Ajka v BFC Siofok [11] D 1-1
Maďarsko - NB II 08/01 17:00 1 BFC Siofok v Soroksar D 0-0
Evropa - přátelská utkání 07/25 16:00 - Szombathelyi Haladas v BFC Siofok W 1-3
Evropa - přátelská utkání 07/17 09:00 - Pécsi MFC v BFC Siofok L 1-0
Evropa - přátelská utkání 07/14 16:00 - BFC Siofok v Ivancsa W 3-2

Statistiky

 TotalDomácíHosté
Matches played 45 21 24
Wins 14 6 8
Draws 13 6 7
Losses 18 9 9
Goals for 55 29 26
Goals against 58 35 23
Clean sheets 8 3 5
Failed to score 14 4 10

Wikipedia - BFC Siófok

Bodajk FC Siófok, generally shortened to BFC Siófok, is a Hungarian football club based in Siófok, a small town on the shores of Lake Balaton. The club was founded in 1921 as Siófok SE. The word Bodajk in the club's name stems from a merger with Bodajk FC in 2005. The colours of the club are yellow and blue. BFC Siófok plays its home matches in the Révész Géza utcai Stadion which has a capacity of 10,500.

In the Hungarian cup final of 1984, BFC Siófok defeated Rába Vasas ETO Gyõr, 2–1 and thus achieved its only major success.

BFC Siófok has been a member of the first division, the Nemzeti Bajnokság I, from 1985 to 1994, 1996 to 2000 and from 2002 to 2004. After the 2006/07 season, the club was again promoted to the NB I. However, this promotion was aided by the deduction of eight points from main rivals Haladás Szombathely for their use of ineligible players.