Gábor Ferenc Király is a Hungarian former professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper. In his 25-year-long playing career, Király spent most of his career in Germany and England. He signed for Hertha BSC in 1997, going on to appear in 198 official games, and played for 1860 Munich later in his career. In England, he represented Crystal Palace, Burnley, and Fulham and had loan spells with West Ham United, and Aston Villa. In 2015, he re-joined his hometown team Szombathelyi Haladás. Since making his international debut against Austria in 1998, Király amassed a record 108 caps for the Hungary national team. He represented his nation at UEFA Euro 2016, and on 14 June 2016, he became the oldest player to represent their country at a UEFA European Championship at 40 years and 75 days of age, beating the previous record of 39 years and 91 days held by Lothar Matthäus. The record was later extended to 40 years and 87 days on 26 June 2016.
About Gabor Kiraly
Goalkeeper who has gained fame for his club career played internationally, including for Crystal Palace of England's Premier League between 2004-2007. He has also earned caps for Burnley F.C. and 1860 Munich before signing with Szombathelyi Haladás in 2015.
He made his pro debut with Szombathelyi Haladás in 1993. He later moved to the German Bundesliga with Hertha BSC in 1997.
He made more than 150 caps as the primary goalkeeper for 1860 Munich of the German 2. Bundesliga between 2009-2014. He later played for Fulham between 2014-2015.
He shares two children with his wife Zsanett.
He competed against Frank Lampard in the English Premier League as goalkeeper for Crystal Palace.
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- Bayer 04 Leverkusen players
- TSV 1860 Munich players
- Hertha BSC players
- Hungarian expatriate footballers
- UEFA Euro 2016 players
- Hungary international footballers