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  • The Hungarian NB I runs from 14 August 2020 to 15 May 2021
  • Ferrencvaros are aiming for their 32nd title and third in a row
  • Hungarian NB I live streamed on bet365
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Watch Hungarian NB I Live Streaming Online


The Hungarian NB I is the highest division in Hungarian men’s football and enters its 122nd season this year. The league is also known at the OTP Bank Liga for sponsorship reasons.


Watch the Hungarian NB I live streams on a digital device anywhere you have a suitable internet connection. One of the best ways to watch the football is the bet365 live streaming service.

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Hungarian NB I champions & Runners-up


Year
Champions
Runners-up
2020-21 tbctbc
2019–20 Ferencváros (31) Fehérvár
2018–19 Ferencváros (30) Vidi
2017–18 Videoton (3) Ferencváros
2016–17 Budapest Honvéd (14) Videoton
2015–16 Ferencváros (29) Videoton
2014–15 Videoton (2) Ferencváros
2013–14 Debrecen (7) Gyor
2012–13 Gyor (4) Videoton
2011–12 Debrecen (6) Videoton
2010–11 Videoton Paks
2009–10 Debrecen (5) Videoton
2008–09 Debrecen (4) Újpest
2007–08 MTK Budapest (23) Debrecen
2006–07 Debrecen (3) MTK Budapest
2005–06 Debrecen (2) Újpest
2004–05 Debrecen Ferencváros
2003–04 Ferencváros (28) Újpest
2002–03 MTK Budapest (22) Ferencváros
2001–02 Zalaegerszeg Ferencváros
2000–01 Ferencváros (27) Dunaújváros
1999–00 Dunaújváros MTK Budapest
1998–99 MTK Budapest (21) Ferencváros
1997–98 Újpest (20) Ferencváros
1996–97 MTK Budapest (20) Újpest
1995–96 Ferencváros (26) Budapesti Vasutas
1994–95 Ferencváros (25) Újpest
1993–94 Vác Budapest Honvéd
1992–93 Budapest Honvéd (13) Vác
1991–92 Ferencváros (24) Vác
1990–91 Budapest Honvéd (12) Ferencváros
1989–90 Újpest (19) MTK Budapest
1988–89 Budapest Honvéd (11) Ferencváros
1987–88 Budapest Honvéd (10) Tatabánya
1986–87 MTK Budapest (19) Újpest
1985–86 Budapest Honvéd (9) Pécs
1984–85 Budapest Honvéd (8) Gyor
1983–84 Budapest Honvéd (7) Gyor
1982–83 Gyor (3) Ferencváros
1981–82 Gyor (2) Ferencváros
1980–81 Ferencváros (23) Tatabánya
1979–80 Budapest Honvéd (6) Újpest
1978–79 Újpest (18) Ferencváros
1977–78 Újpest (17) Budapest Honvéd
1976–77 Vasas (6) Újpest
1975–76 Ferencváros (22) Videoton
1974–75 Újpest (16) Budapest Honvéd
1973–74 Újpest (15) Ferencváros
1972–73 Újpest (14) Ferencváros
1971–72 Újpest (13) Budapest Honvéd
1970–71 Újpest (12) Ferencváros
1970-71 Újpest (11) Ferencváros
1969-70 Újpest (10) Budapest Honvéd
1968-69 Ferencváros (21) Újpest
1967-68 Ferencváros (20) Újpest
1966-67 Vasas (5) Ferencváros
1965-66 Vasas (4) Ferencváros
1964-65 Ferencváros (19) Budapest Honvéd
1963-64 Gyor Budapest Honvéd
1962–63 Ferencváros (18) MTK Budapest
1961–62 Vasas (3) Újpest
1960–61 Vasas (2) Újpest
1959–60 Újpest (9) Ferencváros
1958–59 Csepel (4) MTK Budapest
1957–58 MTK Budapest (18) Budapest Honvéd
1955–56 Budapest Honvéd (5) MTK Budapest
1954–55 Budapest Honvéd (4) MTK Budapest
1953–54 MTK Budapest (17) Budapest Honvéd
1952–53 Budapest Honvéd (3) MTK Budapest
1951–52 MTK Budapest (16) Budapest Honvéd
1950-51 Budapest Honvéd (2) MTK Budapest
1949–50 Budapest Honvéd Ferencváros
1948–49 Ferencváros (17) MTK Budapest
1947–48 Csepel (3) Vasas
1946–47 Újpest (8) Budapest Honvéd
1945–46 Újpest (7) Vasas
1944–45 Újpest (6) Ferencváros
1943–44 Nagyvárad Ferencváros
1942–43 Csepel (2) Nagyvárad
1941–42 Csepel Újpest
1940–41 Ferencváros (16) Újpest
1939–40 Ferencváros (15) MTK Budapest
1938–39 Újpest (5) Ferencváros
1937–38 Ferencváros (14) Újpest
1936–37 MTK Budapest (15) Ferencváros
1935–36 MTK Budapest (14) Újpest
1934–35 Újpest (4) Ferencváros
1933–34 Ferencváros (13) Újpest
1932–33 Újpest (3) MTK Budapest
1931–32 Ferencváros (12) Újpest
1930–31 Újpest (2) MTK Budapest
1929–30 Újpest Ferencváros
1928–29 MTK Budapest (13) Ferencváros
1927–28 Ferencváros (11) MTK Budapest
1926–27 Ferencváros (10) Újpest
1925–26 Ferencváros (9) MTK Budapest
1924–25 MTK Budapest (12) Ferencváros
1923–24 MTK Budapest (11) Ferencváros
1922–23 MTK Budapest (10) Újpest
1921–22 MTK Budapest (9) Ferencváros
1920–21 MTK Budapest (8) Újpest
1919–20 MTK Budapest (7) Budapest Honvéd
1918–19 MTK Budapest (6) Ferencváros
1917–18 MTK Budapest (5) Ferencváros
1916–17 MTK Budapest (4) Törekvés
1913–14 MTK Budapest (3) Ferencváros
1912–13 Ferencváros (8) MTK Budapest
1911–12 Ferencváros (7) MTK Budapest
1910–11 Ferencváros (6) MTK Budapest
1909–10 Ferencváros (5) MTK Budapest
1908–09 Ferencváros (4) Magyar Atlétikai Club
1907–08 MTK Budapest (2) Ferencváros
1906–07 Ferencváros (3) Magyar Atlétikai Club
1905–06 Ferencváros (2) Postás
1904–05 MTK Budapest Ferencváros
1903–04 Ferencváros Budapesti Torna Club
1902–03 Budapesti Torna Club (2) Ferencváros
1901–02 Budapesti Torna Club Magyar Úszó Egylet

Hungarian NB I Format


There are 12 teams in the Hungarian NB I and play each other three times each for a total of 33 matches in a season. The champions enter the qualification round for the UEFA Champions League while the runner-up and third place finisher enters the UEFA Europa League qualification stage. The winner of the Hungarian Cup also enters the Europa League qualification stage.

The two bottom teams are relegated each season while two others are promoted.

Hungarian NB I FAQ

Where can I watch Hungarian NB I Live Streams?

Check our live streaming calendar to see where to watch Hungarian NB I live streams.

Who has won the most Hungarian NB I titles?

Ferencvaros are the most successful side in Hungarian NB I football with 31 titles. Their closest rival is MTK Budapest with 23 titles.

Who are the Hungarian NB I champions?

Ferrencvaros are the defending Hungarian NB I champions after claiming the title in the 2019/20 season.

How many teams are in Hungarian NB I?

There are 12 teams in Hungarian NB I.

What teams play in Hungarian NB I?

The 12 teams that currently play in Hungarian NB I are Budafok, Budapest Honved, Diosgyor, Fehervar, Ferencvaros, Kisvarda, Mezokovesd, MTK, Paks, Puskas Akademia, Ujpest and Zalaegerszeg..

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