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Swimming Tournament Hopes To Lure Rolling Stones
The government plans to spend Ft 3.5 billion on the opening ceremony of the World Aquatics Championships in July, Index reports. Organisers are hoping to attract The Rolling Stones as the highlight of a 90-minute opening ceremony on a stage on the Danube. more »
Swimming Champion Katinka Hosszú Starts Countdown
Three-time Olympic swimming champion Katinka Hosszú launched a countdown to the World Aquatics Championships on Erzsébet tér on Sunday. more »
Hungary Head Coach Names 23-Man Squad To Travel To Portugal
Hungary head coach Bernd Storck has named his 23-man squad to travel to Lisbon for their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier with Portugal next Saturday. Making the step from provisional squad to the final group for the first time are potential debutants Márton Eppel, Dávid Holman and Paulo Vinicius who have impressed Storck sufficiently during the course of recent preparations at the national team training center in Telki. more »

Swimming Ceremonies To Cost HUF 4bn


Swimming Ceremonies To Cost HUF 4bn
The opening and closing ceremonies of this summer’s World Aquatics Championships will cost Ft 3.8 billion, it emerges from the public procurement bulletin Közbeszerzési Értesítõ. The ceremonies will be held outside the Várkert Bazár on the Buda riverbank. more »

Hungarian Football Federation: Football Development Must Continue


Hungarian Football Federation: Football Development Must Continue
The results of the Hungarian Football Federation supporter’s questionnaire show that people feel the standard of football needs to be raised. The comprehensive development of Hungarian football continues, creating the opportunity for young talent to flourish. more »

350,000 Expected At World Aquatics Championships


350,000 Expected At World Aquatics Championships
Nearly 350,000 spectators, including 85,000 foreigners, are expected to turn up for the 2017 World Aquatics Championships, to be held in Hungary from July 14 to 30, an organiser said. more »



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