Czech Republic Clubs

Czech Republic Clubs Table
Squad Comp Gender From To Comps Champs Other Names
1. FC SlováckoM2009-20102017-201890
1. FC SlováckoCzech First LeagueM2018-20192019-202020
1. FK PříbramCzech First LeagueM2009-20102019-2020100
1. SC ZnojmoM2013-20142013-201410
AC Sparta PragueF2016-20172018-201930
AC Sparta PragueCzech First LeagueM1999-20002019-2020232
Bohemians Praha 1905Czech First LeagueM2009-20102019-2020100Bohemians 1905
Dukla PragueM2018-20192018-201910FK Dukla Praha
FC Baník OstravaCzech First LeagueM2009-20102019-2020100
FC Fastav ZlínCzech First LeagueM2015-20162019-202060
FC Hradec KrálovéM2010-20112016-201750
FC Slovan LiberecCzech First LeagueM2009-20102019-2020141
FC Viktoria PlzeňCzech First LeagueM2009-20102019-2020216
FC Vysočina JihlavaM2012-20132017-201860
FC Zbrojovka BrnoM2009-20102017-2018801. FC Brno
FK Bohemians Prague (Střížkov)M2009-20102009-201010FK Bohemians Prague (Střížkov)
FK Dukla PragueM2011-20122017-201870
FK JablonecCzech First LeagueM2009-20102019-2020120FK Baumit Jablonec
FK Mladá BoleslavCzech First LeagueM2009-20102019-2020110
FK TepliceCzech First LeagueM2009-20102019-2020110
FK Ústí nad LabemM2010-20112010-201110
FK Viktoria ŽižkovM2011-20122011-201210
MFK KarvináCzech First LeagueM2016-20172019-202040
SFC OpavaCzech First LeagueM2018-20192019-202020
SK Dynamo České BudějoviceCzech First LeagueM2009-20102019-202060
SK KladnoM2009-20102009-201010
SK Sigma OlomoucCzech First LeagueM2009-20102019-202090
SK Slavia PragueCzech First LeagueM2007-20082019-2020152
SK Slavia PragueF2016-20172018-201930

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