The first three places went to Ajax (1965-73), Brazil’s national team (1970) and AC Milan (1987-91). Hungary was represented by two teams on the list. Honvéd’s fans should be extremely proud, since both teams contain Honvéd players. The 10th spot was awarded to the Hungarian national team of 1950-56, to which 16 Honvéd players were selected.
Here is the list of players: Ferenc Puskás, József Bozsik, Sándor Ruzsa, Nándor Bányai, György Babolcsay, László Rákóczi, Ferenc Tóth III, Gyula Grosics, Sándor Kocsis, László Budai II., Gyula Lóránt, Zoltán Czibor, Lajos Faragó, Lajos Tichy, Ferenc Machos and Antal Kotász.
This legendary team won the 1952 Helsinki Olympics, won the silver medal at the 1954 World Cup, beat England, who was considered one of the best teams in the world, 6:3 and 7:1 and beat numerous other highly regarded teams during this timeframe.
The other Hungarian team on the list (No. 26.) is Honvéd, the world famous formation between 1950 and 1955. They won five national title and five top scorer title, 1949/50 Puskás, 1950 autumn Puskás, 1951 and 1952 Kocsis, 1953 Puskás, 1954 Kocsis scored the most goal.
Some of the most interesting victories from 1950 to 1956, Budapest Honvéd- :
CNDV Sofia 4-1, CWSK Warsawa 4-2, ATK Prague 6-2, Gottwaldov Svit 4-0, Wacker Wien 4-2, Vienna 7-2, Austria Wien 7-6, Rapid Wien 2-0, Spartak Moskva 3-2, Austria Wien 5-1, Coppenhagen All-Stars 4-0, IFK Norrkoping 5-0, FF Malmö 2-1, Göteborg All-Stars 8-4, AIK Stockholm 2-0, Partizan Tirana 5-0, West Bromwich Albion 5-3, Rapid Wien 3-2, Austria Wien 3-3, Partizan Beograd 4-2, Wiener SC 5-2, Wiener SC 5-4, Racing Paris 5-3, Egyipt 4-2, Rapid Wien 4-0, Austria Wien 7-3, Racing Paris 6-1, Spartak Trnava 11-1, Slovan Bratislava 3-1, Beershot 3-0, Racing Paris 4-3, Saarbrücken FC 4-2, FC Barcelona 4-3, AC Milan 2-1, Palermo FC 6-2, Catania 9-2, Werder Bremen 4-1, Internazonale 2-1.