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Founded:1993 (since 1925 Czechoslovak Football League)
Number of teams:16
Champions League:1 team
Europa League:3 teams
Club City Stadium Capacity
 1.      SK Slavia Prague Prague Eden Aréna 20 800
 2.      AC Sparta Prague Prague Generali Arena 18 944
 3.      FK Teplice Teplice Na Stínadlech 18 221
 4.      Baník Ostrava Ostrava Municipal stadium 15 123
 5.      Sigma Olomouc Olomouc Andrův stadión 12 566
 6.      Zbrojovka Brno Brno Městský fotbalový stadion 12 550
 7.      FC Viktoria Plzeň Plzeň Doosan Aréna 11 700
 8.      Slovan Liberec Liberec Stadión U Nisy 9 900
 9.      Dukla Prague Prague Na Julisce 8 150
 10.      1. FC Slovácko Uherské Hradiště Stadion Miroslava Valenty 8 000
 11.      FK Jablonec Jablonec n. Nisou Střelnice 6 108
 12.      Fastav Zlín Zlín Letná 6 089
 13.      Bohemians 1905 Praha Ďolíček 5 000
 14.      FK Mladá Boleslav Mladá Boleslav Městský stadion 5 000
 15.      MFK Karviná Karviná Municipal stadium 4 833
 16.      Vysočina Jihlava Jihlava Stadion Jihlava 4 082

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A new stadium, nicknamed “Lollipops” to be built in Hradec Králové, Czech Republic


Hr. Králové - Malšovická ArénaHr. Králové - Malšovická Aréna

17.02.2017: The idea of a new football stadium, the home ground of the Czech first league team FC Hradec Králové, was first put forward in 2010. Since then the plans for the new stadium have changed several times. However, it is certain that the Malšovice stadium, which is to have a capacity of 9,500, will be built on the site of the present stadium, built in 1960. According to plans, the construction should begin in 2017, and if all goes well, the stadium should be opened in 2019. However, let us not get ahead of things...

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Municipal stadium in Ostrava witnessed football euphoria


Ostrava - Municipal stadiumOstrava - Municipal stadium25.10.2016: Quality football as well as an incomprehensible invasion of “fans” to the pitch – all this could be seen at a derby match between the Second League teams of Baník Ostrava and SFC Opava, played in September this year. A stadium filled to capacity, beautiful and original choreographies, fantastic atmosphere – all this contributed to an unforgettable football experience. Football connoisseurs might find it surprising that Baník Ostrava, a well-known Czech football club, plays in the Second League.

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The legendary Czech stadium - Za Luzankami

Za Lužánkami (1953-2001)Za Luzankami (1953 - 2001)

23.08.2016: The legendary Stadion Za Luzankami was built in 1949-1953 in Brno, the second biggest city in the Czech Republic. In the 1960s and 1970s a new stand was built, thus bringing the stadium capacity to 50,000. There were mostly standing areas and Luzanky was often packed to capacity. It was common that matches were watched by 30,000 spectators. However, as time went by no renovation works were carried out and the stadium failed to meet the norms applied to first league stadiums and it was eventually closed in 2001. It came back to life in June 2015 when Petr Svancara, a former Zbrojovka Brno player, played his farewell match at Za Luzankami.

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The most modern stadium in the Czech – Eden Arena


Prague - Eden ArenaPrague - Eden Arena

05.11.2015: Another stadium that will be presented on our website is the most modern stadium in the Czech Republic – the Eden Arena, originally named the Synot-Tip Arena, situated in the Prague district of Vršovice. The stadium, home of Slavia Prague and place for Super Cup 2013 (Bayern - Chelsea), was officially opened in 2008, in particular on May 7. On the occasion, Slavia played an exhibition match against Oxford University A.F.C, which Slavia won 5-0.

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Construction of a new stadium in the Czech Republic for Baník Ostrava


Ostrava - City StadiumOstrava - City Stadium18.03.2015: The track and field stadium in Ostrava-Vítkovice, which every year holds Golden Spike, a significant athletics meeting, will be the home ground of FC Baník Ostrava from the 2015/2016 season. Officially called the Municipal Stadium, it will have a capacity of 15,000, including 1,200 seats reserved for away fans. The stadium will be completely roofed over and given the degree of comfort it will offer, it will be one of the most modern stadiums in the Czech Republic.

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