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Czechoslovak Football Association
The Football Association
The Football Association
of the Czech Republic
Czech Republic
(Czech: Fotbalová asociace České republiky; FAČR) or colloquially the Czech Football Association is the governing body of football in the Czech Republic, based in Prague. It organizes the lower-level league competitions in the country (the professional Czech First League
Czech First League
and Czech Second League are organized independently), the Czech Cup, and the Czech Republic national football team.Contents1 History 2 Competitions 3 Divisions 4 See also 5 External linksHistory[edit] First predecessor were established as Bohemian Football Union on 19 October 1901 in Austro-Hungarian constituency Kingdom of Bohemia
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UEFA
The Union of European Football
Football
Associations (UEFA, /juːˈeɪfə/ yoo-AYF-ə; French: Union des Associations Européennes de Football;[2] German: Vereinigung Europäischer Fußballverbände) is the administrative body for association football in Europe, although several member states are primarily or entirely located in Asia. It is one of six continental confederations of world football's governing body FIFA
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List Of Czech Republic International Footballers
This is a list of Czech international footballers, comprising all players to have represented the Czech Republic
Czech Republic
national football team since its formation in 1994.Name Date of birth Caps[A] Goals First cap Opponent Last cap Opponent RefFrydek, MartinMartin Frýdek 000000001969-03-09-00009 March 1969 29 4 000000001994-02-23-000023 February 1994 Turkey 000000001997-12-15-000015 December 1997 Uruguay [1]Kadlec, MiroslavMiroslav Kadlec 000000001964-06-22-000022 June 1964 26 1 000000001994-02-23-000023 February 1994 Turkey 000000001997-06-08-00008 June 1997 Spain [2]Kuka,
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Moravian–Silesian Football League
The Moravian–Silesian Football League (MSFL) (Czech: Moravskoslezská fotbalová liga) is one of the third level football leagues in the Czech Republic
Czech Republic
(the other is the Bohemian Football League) headquartered in Olomouc. The league comprises teams from the historic regions of Moravia
Moravia
and Silesia and partially also Bohemia. The league was formed in 1991 during the Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
era, replacing the former II.ČNL (II. Česká národni liga; Second Czech National League) at the third tier of Czechoslovak football alongside sister league ČFL.[1] The winner of MSFL is promoted to the 2nd Division. Two clubs are promoted to the MSFL - the winners of Divize D and E of the Czech Fourth Division. Moravian–Silesian Football League clubs, 2017–18[edit]Club Previous season1
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Czech Fourth Division
The Czech Fourth Division (Czech: Divize) is the fourth tier of football in the Czech Republic. The level consists of five divisions, named Divize A-E, each holding 16 teams. The top teams from Divize A, B and C are promoted to the Bohemian Football League while the top teams from Divize D and E are promoted to the Moravian–Silesian Football League. The number of relegated teams varies between the divisions, the destination of the relegated teams is one of the 14 Regional Divisions at level 5 of the pyramid. The format of the three Bohemian divisions (A, B and C) is unconventional in that it does not allow draws. As of the 2014–15 season, if a match is tied, the winner is decided by a penalty shootout
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Prague Championship
The Prague
Prague
Championship (Czech: Pražský přebor) is a fifth level league in the Czech Republic
Czech Republic
football league system. It is controlled by the Prague
Prague
Football Association. The league comprises teams from Prague
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Czech Women's Cup
The Czech Women's Cup (Czech: Pohár Komise fotbalu žen or Pohár KFŽ) is the national women's football cup competition in the Czech Republic. It was founded in 2007.[1] The first final was held on 21 June 2008 in Humpolec.[2]Contents1 Format 2 List of finals 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksFormat[edit] Teams from the first two tiers of women's football are able to enter the cup. Teams from the First Division enter the cup only in the third round, which equals the round of 16.[1] List of finals[edit] The following is a list of all finals so far.Year Winner Result Runner-up Venue2007–08[3] Sparta Praha 5–1 Slavia Praha Humpolec2008–09[4] Sparta Praha 7–0 1.FC Slovácko Slaný2009–10[5] Sparta Praha 8–0 Sokol Stará Lysá Humpolec2010–11[6] Sparta Praha 0–0 a.e.t. (5–4 pen) Slavia Praha Čelákovice2011–12[7] Sparta Praha 8–0 Pardubice Plzeň2012–13[8] Sparta Praha 2–2 a.e.t
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Prague Derby
The Prague
Prague
derby (Czech: Pražské derby) or Derby of the Prague
Prague
S (Czech: Derby pražských S) is a football match between rivals SK Slavia Prague
Prague
and AC Sparta Prague. The two sports clubs were founded in Prague, Slavia one year before their rivals in 1892, though Slavia did not play football until four years later. The first match between the teams was played on 29 March 1896, with the game finishing 0–0.[1] The two clubs are the most successful and famous in the country and their dominance has led them to be collectively referred to as the " Prague
Prague
S" in a similar way to the Scottish Old Firm.[citation needed] As of 25 September 2016 the fixture has been played 288 times
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Czechoslovak Supercup
The Czechoslovak Supercup (Czech/Slovak: Česko-slovenský Superpohár) is an annual football match between the winners of the Czech Cup
Czech Cup
and the Slovak Cup. The first Czechoslovak Supercup was held on 23 June 2017. The first champions were the Czech side Zlín.[1] Format[edit] The Supercup is played as a single match with no extra time and a penalty shoot-out if the score is tied after 90 minutes of play.[2] In 2017, the winner received CZK 500,000 (€19,000) in prize money, while the loser received half of that sum.[2] Finals by year[edit]Year Czechoslovak Supercup Czech Cup
Czech Cup
Winners Result Slovak Cup
Slovak Cup
Winners Venue2017 FC Fastav Zlín 1–1 6–5 pen.ŠK Slovan Bratislava Městský fotbalový stadion Miroslava Valenty, Uherské Hradiště, Czech RepublicReferences[edit]^ "Fotbalisté Zlína po penaltách vyhráli Superpohár. Hrdinou je Beauguel"
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Tipsport Liga
Tipsport liga is an annual winter football tournament for clubs from the Czech Republic
Czech Republic
and occasionally surrounding countries. FK Mladá Boleslav is the current champion. It was known as Tipsport Cup from 1998 to 2007.[1]Contents1 Champions by year 2 International teams 3 References 4 External linksChampions by year[edit]Year: Gold medal: Silver: Bronze:2008 1
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List Of Football Clubs In The Czech Republic
This is a list of teams in the Czech Republic
Czech Republic
Football Leagues. As of the 2017/18 season. CHECHIE UMMRET LEAGUE ...MOLLM1. FC Slovácko (Uherské Hradiště) 2. Sparta Prag3. Bohemians Prag4. FC Baník 5. FC Slovan 6. FC Viktoria Plzeň 7. Vysočina 8. Zbrojovka Brno 9. FK Jablonec 10. Karviná 11. ÄFC Dukla Prag 12. Mladá Bolesla 13. FK Teplice 14. Slavia Prag 15. Sigma Olomouc 16
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List Of Football Stadiums In The Czech Republic
The following is a list of football stadiums in the Czech Republic, ordered by seating capacity.Eden Arena# Stadium Capacity City Home Team1 Eden Arena 20,232 Prague SK Slavia Prague, Czech Republic2 Stadion Evžena Rošického 19,032 Prague FK Olympia Prague3 Generali Arena 18,944 Prague AC Sparta Prague, Czech Republic4 Na Stínadlech 18,221 Teplice FK Teplice, Czech Republic5 Městský stadion 15,123 Ostrava FC Baník Ostrava, FC Vítkovice, Czech Republic6 Andrův stadion 12,541 Olomouc SK Sigma Olomouc7 Doosan Arena 11,700 Plzeň FC Viktoria Plzeň, Czech Republic8 Městský fotbalový stadion Srbská 10,785 Brno FC Zbrojovka Brno9 Stadion u Nisy 9,900 Liberec FC Slovan Liberec10 Na Litavce 9,100 Příbram 1. FK Příbram11 Stadion Juliska 8,150 Prague FK Dukla Prague12 Městský fotbalový stadion 8,000 Uherské Hradiště 1
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List Of Czech Football League Managers
This is a list of Czech Football League managers. It includes every manager currently managing a club in the Czech First League
Czech First League
and Czech 2. Liga, in order of the date of their appointment. The Czech First League and Czech 2. Liga are the only two fully professional football leagues in the Czech Republic, and consist of 32 clubs in total, 16 from each league. Some managers listed have had more than one spell in charge at their current club, however their time as manager is counted only from the date of their last appointment
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List Of Czech Republic Women's International Footballers
This is a list of Czech international footballers, comprising all players to have represented the Czech Republic
Czech Republic
women's national football team since its formation in 1993. List of players[edit] This table takes into account all Czech Republic
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Czech Republic Football League System
The Czech Republic
Czech Republic
football league system is a series of interconnected leagues for club football in the Czech Republic.Contents1 The system1.1 2013–142 See also 3 Cup competitions 4 External linksThe system[edit] 2013–14[edit] Below shows how the current system works. For each division, its English name, official name or sponsorship name (which often differs radically from its official name) and number of clubs is given. Each division promotes to the division(s) that lie directly above them and relegates to the division(s) that lie directly below them. Two clubs are relegated and promoted from the Czech First League
Czech First League
and Czech 2. Liga respectively each season. One club is promoted from both the ČFL and the MSFL to replace the two relegated teams from Czech 2. Liga. Winners of Czech Divisions A, B and C are promoted to the ČFL and winners of Czech Divisions D and E are promoted to the MFSL
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Football Records In The Czech Republic
This page details football records in the Czech Republic.Contents1 Team records1.1 Most championships won1.1.1 Overall 1.1.2 Consecutives1.2 Most seasons in Gambrinus Liga 1.3 Most games won 1.4 Most games drawn 1.5 Most games lost2 Individual records2.1 League Appearances 2.2 League Goalscorers3 Attendance records3.1 Top 10 Highest Attendances4 Total Titles Won 5 References 6 External linksTeam records[edit] Most championships won[edit] Overall[edit]11, Sparta Prague
Sparta Prague
(1993–94, 1994–95, 1996–
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