Pecsi Mecsek Football Club, commonly referred to as Pecsi MFC or simply PMFC, is a professional Hungarian football club based in Pecs, Baranya, that currently competes in the Hungarian third division. The club was established on 16 February 1973 by the merger of five other clubs of the city, Pecsi Dozsa, Pecsi Ercbanyasz SC, Pecsi Helyiipari SK, Pecsi Banyasz and Pecsi Epitok.
Pecsi MFC's home ground is the Stadium of PMFC, also known as Stadium of Ujmecsekalja, a football stadium in Uranvaros. The stadium's current capacity is 7,000, it was opened in 1955.
Pecsi MFC holds long-standing rivalries with other football clubs, most notably Komloi Banyasz SK, a club based in Komlo, a city near Pecs, and Kaposvari Rakoczi FC from Kaposvar.
Since its foundation in 1973, the club played most of their seasons in the first division, with twelve seasons spent in the second division. After finishing on the first place of the Western Group of the second division in 2011, the club was promoted to the highest level of professional league.
Despite finishing 11th in the 2014–15 season, the club lost its professional licence due to financial difficulties and gained admittance to the fourth tier of the Hungarian league system in time for the start of the following season. The relegation saw owner Dezso Matyi leaving the club after 8 years, when he sold his share to the city of Pecs.
Pecsi are best known for becoming the first European opponents of Universitatea Craiova when they played against the White-Blues in the 1970–71 Fairs Cup.
This page also has a version in other languages: Печ (russian)