A brief glimpse into the past

Tiszavasvári SE – Hatvani KSZSE /Magyar Kupa férfi II. forduló/
Tiszavasvári SE – Hatvani KSZSE /Magyar Kupa férfi II. forduló/

Tiszavasvári SE – Hatvani KSZSE --- Magyar Kupa férfi II. forduló, 2020. október 13., 19:00 /kedd/



ÓAM-Ózdi KC vs. Balassagyarmati Kábel SE
ÓAM-Ózdi KC vs. Balassagyarmati Kábel SE

A bajnokság után a Magyar Kupában is legyőzte az ÓAM-Ózdi KC a Balassagyarmat gárdáját. A sorozat második fordulójában a mieink 18-13-as félidei vezetés ...



Team, Place & City Details

Balassagyarmati VSE

Balassagyarmati Városi Sportegyesület is a professional football club based in Balassagyarmat, Nógrád County, Hungary, that competes in the Nemzeti Bajnokság III, the third tier of Hungarian football.

Balassagyarmat
Balassagyarmat

Balassagyarmat is a town in northern Hungary. It was the seat of the Nógrád comitatus.

Balassagyarmat District
Balassagyarmat District

Balassagyarmat is a district in north-western part of Nógrád County. Balassagyarmat is also the name of the town where the district seat is found.

Hatvani

Hatvani/Hatvany is a Hungarian surname. The name derives from Hatvan, Hungary.

Hatvan
Hatvan

Hatvan is a town in Heves county, Hungary. Hatvan is the Hungarian word for "sixty".

Hat manipulation
Hat manipulation

Hat manipulation is a form of juggling in which the manipulator performs feats of skill and dexterity using a brimmed hat such as a bowler hat or a top hat as a prop. Tricks can range from rolling a hat up and down the various parts of the body to throwing and catching the hat in amusing ways.

Sándor Hatvany-Deutsch
Sándor Hatvany-Deutsch

Baron Sándor Hatvany-Deutsch was a leading Hungarian Jewish industrialist, business magnate, philanthropist, investor and art patron. He led the family's sugar company with its factories Nagy-Surányi Cukorgyár és Finomító Rt.

Sixty-Four Counties Youth Movement
Sixty-Four Counties Youth Movement

The Sixty-Four Counties Youth Movement is a far-right movement originating in Hungary and also present in Romania, Slovakia and Serbia, advocating the unification of all ethnic Hungarians that live outside of Hungary and the revision of the Treaty of Trianon from 1920, which defined the current borders of the Hungarian state. Until 2013 the leader of the 64 Counties Youth Movement was László Toroczkai.It is named in memory of Greater Hungary, which was divided into 64 counties - although it is an anachronism, because the Kingdom of Hungary had only 63 counties, but the city of Fiume and its district as a corpus separatum was under Hungarian rule and it was meant as the 64th county by the founders for simplicity.

Hatvan–Fiľakovo railway
Hatvan–Fiľakovo railway

Hatvan– Fiľakovo railway is a non-electrified railway connecting Hatvan, Hungary with Fiľakovo, Slovakia. Once a major connecting railway, the line currently sees only local Regionalbahn service and local goods traffic.

Hatania Doania river

The Hatania Doania river flows through the district of South 24 Parganas, West Bengal province of India. Namkhana is on its north bank and Narayanpur is on its south bank.

Islamic Republic of Iran Army Aviation
Islamic Republic of Iran Army Aviation

Islamic Republic of Iran Army Aviation (in Persian: هوانوردی نیروی زمینی جمهوری اسلامی ایران‎), more commonly known as Havānīrūz (هوانیروز, Persian pronunciation: [hævɒːniːˈɾuːz]),‎ is the army aviation of the Iranian Army. Along with its primary military role of aviation support for the ground forces, the Army Aviation is also involved in emergency management missions, such as search and rescue, medical evacuation, and forest firefighting.

Hatvan District
Hatvan District

Hatvan is a district in western part of Heves County. Hatvan is also the name of the town where the district seat is found.

Hatvan culture
Hatvan culture

The Hatvan culture was a Hungarian Bronze Age archaeological culture that succeeded the Nagyrév culture. The earliest identified settlements are located in the Cserehát Hills, later expanding into northern Hungary and the Tisza valley, and the Tiszazug area in Eastern Hungary.