Csaba Csizmadia (born 30 May 1985 in Târgu Mureş, Romania) is a Hungarian football player.
The Hungarian international began his career with the youth team of ASA Târgu Mureş, furthermore he played in the youth of Ufk 2000 Kecskemet, Kte and FC Székesfehérvár, where he managed to jump into the first team. In January 2007, he moved from FC Fehérvár the Austrian first division side SV Mattersburg, where it plays its debut in Austria was the native of Romania on 24 February 2007 against SV Traun in the position of right-back with the shirt number 26. He got on his debut after a yellow card for foul and another for unsportsmanlike behavior the yellow- red light map. In January 2009, the Treaty of Hungary in Matter castle was dissolved. In early February, he moved to Italy's Serie B to U.S. Grosseto. After, however, only five league games, he joined the 2009/10 season to the Croatian club NK Slaven Belupo. After fifteen games and two goals this season in the first round, he decided to return to his native Hungary, this time to Ferencvaros Budapest. After two years with Ferencvaros Csizmadia moved during the winter break of the 2011/12 season to the second division Gyirmót SE from Győr.
- Hungarian Cup Winner 2006 ( FC Székesfehérvár )
- Third place in the table Hungary 2006 ( FC Székesfehérvár )