1. MŠK Žilina 43
2. Trenčín 40
3. Senica 30
4. Myjava 29
5. Trnava° 29
6. Slovan °° 28
7. Košice 23
8. Podbrezová 22
9. D.Streda 22
10. Z.Moravce 21
11. Ružomberok 19
12. B.Bystrica 16

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MŠK Žilina - AS Trenčín
8. 3. 2015 o 19:00

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Football idols

Peter Pekarík

Peter Pekarík (* 30 October 1986, Žilina) is a player of the Slovak national team, currently playing for VfL Wolfsburg. The German club Hamburg SV is trying to recruit him now. He passed through all youth teams of MŠK Žilina and has become an idol for his professional attitude to his football-related and other duties throughout his career within the MŠK.

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Tomáš Hubočan

Tomáš Hubočan (* 17 September 1985) is a Slovak football back. He currently plays for the Russian club Zenit St. Petersburg.
He entered upon the first group phase match of the Champions League for Zenit St. Petersburg. It was on 29 September 2008 against Real Madrid.
In February 2009, he broke his clavicle in a friendly match against FC Chimki.
His recruitment into Zenit was the most expensive one among the Slovak league players leaving for foreign clubs. Tomáš Hubočan is just one more example of a dutiful football player brought up in Žilina.

Tomáš Hubočan Tomáš Hubočan


Dušan Kuciak

Dušan Kuciak (* 21 June 1985) is a Slovak football goalkeeper, currently playing for Romanian club FC Vaslui. He used to play for MŠK Žilina for five years and won the championship in the 2006/07 season with the club. The Greek club AEK Athens was interested in him. [2][3] In June 2008, he eventually signed a contract for three years with the Romanian club FC Vaslui playing in the top league. He used to be a popular player of MŠK Žilina and an idol for the youth.

Dušan Kuciak


Marek Mintál

Marek Mintál (* 2 September 1977, Žilina) is a Slovak football player, currently playing for the German club 1st FC Nuremberg playing the second league.
He left for the 1st FC Nuremberg from MŠK Žilina where he had won the Slovak national league two seasons in a row: 2001/02 and 2002/03. He scored 21 goals in the 2001/02 season, which made him the best scorer of the season. In the 2002/03 season, he scored twenty goals and shared the best scorer title with Martin Fabuš. He was awarded the Football player of the year awards in 2004 and 2005.
He also became the best scorer of the German league in the 2004/05 season, and the best scorer of the second German league in the 2003/04 season.
He played his first match in the national team on 6 February 2002.

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Hall of fame

Latest results:

  ŠK Slovan Bratislava : MŠK Žilina 0 : 2  
  ŽP Šport Podbrezová : MFK Košice 1 : 1  
  MFK Ružomberok : FK Senica 2 : 1  
  FC Spartak Trnava : FC Spartak Myjava 5 : 1  
  AS Trenčín : Dukla B. Bystrica 2 : 0  
  DAC Dunajská Streda : FC ViON Zlaté Moravce 1 : 1  

Top shooters:

1.   Jelić (MŠK Žilina) 10  
2.   Kalabiška (FK Senica) 9  
3.   Mihalík (MŠK Žilina), Pekár (Spartak Myjava) 8  
4.   Hajradinović (AS Trenčín), Haskič (Košice), Jan Vlasko (Spartak Trnava) 7