|Leader||Count Gyula Bethlen|
|Founded||February 29 1848|
|Dissolved||July 19th 1855|
|Succeeded by||Popular Unity|
|Official colours||Red, White, Green|
The Hungarian League (HL) was a Pro-Hungarian, nationalist, independence party active in Hungary from the late 1840s to the mid 1850s. The League represented a sizable contingency of nationalist elements within the Hungarian population that opposed Hungary's statehood in the Danubian Federation. From it's creation, the League dominated Hungarian politics and the State Presidency under moderated forces, until 1854, when the League led the 1854-1855 Rebellion against the Federation. Following the uprising's defeat, the Hungarian League was purged by the occupying forces.