Football in Prague

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Prague has seven professional football teams and a total of 14, plus one reserve team, in the top four divisions of national competition.

Below the fourth tier, the Prague Football Association organises the fifth-tier Prague Championship, which is contested by 16 teams, all of which are based in Prague.[1]

Stadia and locations[edit]

Locations of Prague clubs in 2013–14 football competitions (top three tiers only)

Clubs[edit]

The table below lists all Prague clubs in the top four tiers of the Czech football league system: from the top division (the Gambrinus Liga), down to the Czech Fourth Division. League status is correct for the 2013–14 season.

Club Stadium Capacity Founded Notes
Gambrinus Liga (1)
Bohemians 1905 Ďolíček 7,500 1905
Dukla Prague Stadion Juliska 8,150 1959
Slavia Prague Synot Tip Arena 21,000 1892
Sparta Prague Generali Arena 19,784 1893
Czech 2. Liga (2)
Bohemians Prague Stadion SK Prosek 1,000 1996
Loko Vltavín Stadion na Plynárně 3,000 1898
Viktoria Žižkov FK Viktoria Stadion 5,600 1903
Bohemian Football League (3)
Admira Prague Stadion v Kobylisích 4,000 1907
Horní Měcholupy Stadion SK Horní Měcholupy 1,000 1932
Meteor Prague Areál Libeň 3,500 1896
Sparta Prague "B" Strahov Stadium 56,000 1893 "B" team of Sparta Prague. Not eligible for Czech Cup or promotion to the division of its parent team.
Divize A (4)
Zličín Fotbalový areál ve Zličíně 1929
Divize B (4)
Aritma Prague Areál SK Aritma 2,000 1908
Motorlet Prague Stadion Motorlet 5,000 1912
Slavoj Vyšehrad Stadion Slavoj Vyšehrad 2,500 1907

Administration[edit]

Prague is the location of the headquarters of the Football Association of the Czech Republic, in Diskařská street.

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