Between 1921 and 1926, the football players played in the top class, and as a result, some players ended up as members of the National Eleven (for example: Lajos Fisher, Dezső Grósz II, Miklós Singer). The gymnastics section was led by József Szalai, a former athlete of the association, a multiple Hungarian champion. The VAC gymnasts won the national team championship in 1926. Zoltán Dückstein was a member of the winning team and later played a significant role in the life of the association. The association played an important role in the promotion of the newly formed sport of handball. Szalai and Dückstein translated and published the first rulebook in Hungarian for this new sport.