On 11th June 1903 Hungary played their second international match. The opponents were Austria and the game was played at Margitsziget as a part of the national athletics championship. This venue had the first grass football pitch in Hungary.
The Hungary team selected for this match was the youngest ever international XI. 6 of the players were still in their teens, and 2 were only 16.
Ödön Holits* (MUE)
Ferenc Nagy* (MTK)
21.02.1884 - 19 years, 3 months, 18 days
Ferenc Manglitz* (Ferencváros)
26.02.1882 -21 years, 3 months, 16 days
Tivadar Gorszky* (Ferencváros)
István Skrabák-Bánk* (BTC)
10.10.1882 - 20 years, 8 months, 1 day
Jenő Bayer (MAC)
Ferenc Braun* (Ferencváros)
02.07.1886 - 16 years, 11 months, 9 days
István Buda (BTC)
József Pokorny (Ferencváros)
17.07.1882 - 20 years, 10 months, 25 days
Károly Vincze* (MAC)
30.05.1884 - 18 years, 12 days
Ferenc Weisz* (Ferencváros)
23.02.1885 -18 years, 3 months, 19 days
A modest crowd of 700 saw Pokorny give the hosts a 24th minute lead. Buda extended the lead in the 52nd minute and Pokorny added a 3rd after Pulchert (playing under the pseudonym A.N. Other) had pulled one back for Austria. Johann Studnicka scored a second for Austria in the 70th minute, but the Hungarians held out for the victory. Thus they avenged the previous autumn's 5-0 beating at Vienna.