Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Eger

Located in Hungary Archdiocese of Eger (Latin: Archidioecesis Agriensis ) was founded in the 10th century as a diocese and obtained on August 9, 1804, the rank of archbishopric.

The Ecclesiastical Province of Eger extended at this time on territories of today's Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and Ukraine. Suffragan dioceses were at this time Zips / Spis, Rosenau / Rožňava, Kassa / Košice and Satu Mare / Szatmár. 1930 was the Diocese of Satu Mare on in the Diocese of Oradea Mare. 1977 a church organization for today's Slovakia was built, and the three bishoprics Spis, Rožňava and Košice hived in the newly built church province Trnava.

In 1993 Eger received with Debrecen and Vac again two suffragan dioceses; the ecclesiastical province comprises today the northeastern Hungary. The Archbishop of Eger is a suffragan to the side.