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LÁSZLÓ/LADISLAV ‘LASZI’ KUBALA STECZ

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LÁSZLÓ/LADISLAV ‘LASZI’ KUBALA STECZ
Date of birth
10/06/1927
Original of
Budapest (Hongria)
Date of death
17/05/2002

Seasons at the club
2021 - 1961
Line up
Striker
He played for seven national teams: for Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Spain in official matches; and for Slovakia, Catalonia and European and World teams in friendlies. He changed the Club's history and was behind the construction of the Camp Nou. Along with Eulogio Martínez he holds the record for goals scored in an official state match, both for Barça and all other teams in LaLiga, 7 goals. The Club paid tribute to him at the Nou Camp on 30/08/61 and Catalan football paid tribute to him again on 24/04/93 at the Montjuic Olympic Stadium. He has a walkway named after him in Barcelona which used to lead to the Les Corts ground, a statue at the Camp Nou and a space in Monistrol de Calders. Serrat dedicated a song to him and he was the star of "Aces seek peace," a biopic. He was Spain coach (1969-1980).


Other functions: Coach of the first team (1961-1962 and 1980), director of the Football School (1961) and president of the Veterans Agrupation (1990-1999)

Player of the national team

Player of the Spanish national team

Player of the Spanish Olympic team

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11SEASONS 254Oficial matches 22814Minutes played 189Goals 0Yellow cards 2Red cards
1950-51 7 630 6 0 0
1951-52 28 2550 39 0 0
1952-53 17 1460 12 0 1
1953-54 30 2700 24 0 0
1954-55 21 1887 16 0 0
1955-56 28 2520 16 0 0
1956-57 23 2070 14 0 0
1957-58 29 2610 19 0 0
1958-59 23 2070 9 0 0
1959-60 23 2070 20 0 0
1960-61 25 2247 14 0 1

CAREER KUBALA At FC Barcelona

254
matches
played
Titles and individual awards
Copa Eva Duarte
2
Copa Eva Duarte
Fairs Cup
2
Fairs Cup
Copa Latina
1
Copa Latina
Best Player in club history (1999) by popular vote in the Centenary. Second in Pichichi trophy 1951-52, 1953-54, Cross of the Order of Isabella the Catholic (1961)

CAREER
  • Ganz U19, Ganz (1939-1944)
  • Ferencvárosi (1945-1946)
  • Bratislava (1946-1948)
  • Vasas Budapest (1948-1949)
  • Pro Patria (1949)
  • Hungaria (1949-1950)
  • FC Barcelona (1951-1961)
  • Espanyol (1963-1964)
  • Zürich (1965-1967)
  • Tgoldonto Falcons (1967)
Played with KUBALA
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