|23 Sep 23||Csurgói KK ||-|| NEKA|
|07 Oct 23||NEKA ||-|| Tatabánya KC|
|13 Oct 23||PLER KC ||-|| NEKA|
|21 Oct 23||NEKA ||-|| Veszprém KC|
|29 Oct 23||Eger ||-|| NEKA|
|16 Sep 23||NEKA|| ||24 - 22|| ||Balatonfüredi KSE|
|09 Sep 23||Veszprém KKFT|| ||25 - 29|| ||NEKA|
|02 Sep 23||NEKA|| ||21 - 20|| ||Komlói Bányász|
|27 May 23||NEKA|| ||29 - 27|| ||Budai Farkasok|
|19 May 23||Tatabánya KC|| ||26 - 24|| ||NEKA|
The National Academy of Handball (Hungarian: Nemzeti Kézilabda Akadémia, commonly abbreviated NEKA) is a Hungarian state-funded handball training and developing center run by the Hungarian Handball Federation. Located in Balatonboglár, it offers an integrated four year education for students in grades 9–12. In addition, it is open for Hungarian international junior handballers (aged 18–21) under a trilateral agreement between the academy, the players' club and the players itself.
The first team of NEKA has regularly competed in the Nemzeti Bajnokság I/B. For the 2020–21 season they signed an agreement with Szent István SE that the two teams would unite and compete as one team in the Nemzeti Bajnokság I under the name Boglári Akadémia-SZISE. The union is often referred to as SZISE-NEKA.