- Puskás Aréna located in Budapest’s XIV.ker, has a seating capacity of 67,215. Completed in 2019, it serves as the home ground for the Hungary national football team, embodying the spirit of Hungarian football excellence and pride.
- Groupama Arena, situated in Budapest’s IX.ker, has a capacity of 23,700. The stadium has been the home ground for Ferencvárosi TC since 2014 and is renowned for fostering a passionate and electric atmosphere during matches.
- Nagyerdei Stadion in Debrecen, with a seating capacity of 20,340, has been the home ground for Debreceni VSC since 2014. The stadium has played a pivotal role in shaping the local football culture, providing an engaging and dynamic environment for players and fans.
- ETO Park in Győr, with a capacity of 15,600, serves as the home ground for Győri ETO FC since 2008. The stadium has become an integral part of the local sports community, offering an exciting and lively atmosphere for both players and enthusiastic supporters.
- Diósgyőri Stadion in Miskolc, with a capacity of 15,325, is the home ground for Diósgyőri VTK. The MOL Aréna Sóstó, located in Székesfehérvár, has a capacity of 14,201 and serves as the home ground for Fehérvár FC since 2018.
- Béke téri Stadion in Budapest, built in 1939, has a capacity of 14,000. It has hosted various teams, including Ferencvárosi TC II and Csepel FC, contributing significantly to the local football culture and community.
- Szusza Ferenc Stadion in Budapest has a capacity of 13,501 and is the home ground for Újpest FC. Built in 2001, the stadium has played a central role in fostering a vibrant and passionate football culture in the heart of Budapest.
- Stadler Stadion in Akasztó, Bács-Kiskun, has a capacity of 12,000. Established in 1995, it serves as the home ground for Stadler FC and has become a vital part of the local sports scene, offering an engaging and dynamic environment for players and dedicated supporters.
- Dunaújvárosi Stadion in Dunaújváros, Fejér, has a seating capacity of 12,000 and serves as the home ground for Dunaújváros PASE. The stadium has contributed significantly to the local football community, fostering a strong sense of unity and excitement among fans and players.
- Városi stadion in Ózd, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén, has a seating capacity of 12,000. It serves as the home ground for Ózd FC, contributing significantly to the local football culture and community in the region.
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