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Péter Várhidi

Péter Várhidi
Personal information
Date of birth (1958-05-08) 8 May 1958 (age 56)
Place of birthBudapest, Hungary
Playing positionDefender
Club information
Current clubSzigetszentmiklósi TK (Sport Director)
Youth career
1968–1979Újpesti Dózsa
Senior career*
1979–1980Újpesti Dózsa4(0)
1980–1986Ganz Mávag
1986–1992BVSC Budapest
Teams managed
1995–1996MTK Hungária FC (Assistant Coach)
1996–1997Újpest FC (Assistant Coach)
1997–1999Újpest FC
1999–2000Újpest FC (Chairman & Manager)
2000–2002FC Fehérvár
2003–2004Nyíregyháza Spartacus (Technical Manager)
2006–2007Hungary U-19
2008Hungary (Olympic Team)
2008Hungary U21
2009Budapesti EAC
2009Szigetszentmiklósi TK
2009–2010Pécsi Mecsek FC
2010–2011Szigetszentmiklós TK
2011–Szigetszentmiklós TK (Sport Director)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Péter Várhidi (Budapest, Hungary, 8 May 1958) is a Hungarian football coach, who is currently the general manager of Szigetszentmiklósi TK, a club in the Hungarian second division.


As a player he spent most of his career at Újpesti Dózsa as a defender, but never played in the Hungarian League. Over the age 20 he moved to BVSC, where played a few 1st division matches.

Coaching career

He became the head coach of Újpest FC in 1997 and became Hungarian champion with the team in his first season. He worked with the team until 2000. Later he was a coach at FC Fehérvár.

From 2006 to 2008 he was the coach of the Hungarian national team and was on 26 November 2009 named as Head Coach of Pécsi Mecsek FC.[1]


  • Manager of the Year in Hungary: 2007

Personal life

His father, Pál Várhidi was also a successful player and coach.


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