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|Date of birth||1 May 1973|
|Place of birth||Czechoslovakia|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|1993–1997||1. FC Košice||94||(3)|
|2008–2009||ASV Spratzern (AUT-IV)|
|2009||FK Město Albrechtice|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
As a player, Hornyák won Czechoslovakia championship in 1991/1992 season, and 4 times Slovak championship. He also won two Slovakia Cups. Hornyák played for Slovakia three games between years 2000–2001.
Hornyák made his debut for the Slovakia national team in a 2–0 friendly victory over Greece on 15 November 2000. He came on for Vladimír Janočko in the 66th minute. He then appeared as a late substitute in a 1-1 friendly draw with Algeria on 27 February 2001. He made his final appearance for the national team on 7 October 2001 in a 2002 FIFA World Cup qualifying match against Macedonia, which Slovakia won 5-0.
Hornyák worked as a head coach in Armenian football clubs FC Mika and FC Banants from 2011 to 2015. In 2011, he was an assistant coach in FC Mika. In 2012, he became a head coach replacing Slovak Jozef Bubenko. In 2012-2013 season FC Mika won Armenian Premier League silver medals and Supercup. Zsolt Hornyák was appointed as a head coach of FC Banants in 2013 leading the team to the gold medals of Armenian Premier League in 2013/2014 season. That was the first title in Armenian Premier League for FC Banants. In 2014 FC Banants under Zsolt Hornyák won Armenian Supercup. He was included in top 10 Slovak coaches list in 2013 (8th place) and 2014 (6th place). He signed a contract with FC Slovan Liberec in June 2018.
- ŠK Slovan Bratislava
- 1. FC Košice
- Inter Bratislava
- FC Mika
- FC Banats
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