SK Kladno

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SK Kladno
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Full name Sportovní klub Kladno (Sports Club Kladno)
Nickname(s) Oceláři (Steelers) Středočeši (Central Bohemians) Modrobílí (Bluewhites) Kladýnko, Poldi, Eská, Eskáčko
Founded 1903 as Sportovní kroužek Kladno (Sports Circle Kladno)
Ground František Kloz Stadium, Kladno
Ground Capacity 4,000
Owner SK Kladno o.s.
Chairman Josef Drahota
Manager Daniel Drahokoupil
League Czech Fourth Division - Divize B
2012–13 ČFL, 16th (relegated)
Website Club home page
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

Sportovní klub Kladno, commonly known as SK Kladno or Kladno, is a football club from Kladno, Czech Republic. It was founded on February 15, 1903. The team plays at the Stadion Františka Kloze, named after legendary player of this club František Kloz. The club has spent most of its history in the top division, although it currently competes in the amateur Czech Fourth Division.

History[edit]

On February 15, 1903, a group of young men sitting in the former "U Českého dvora" Hotel in Kladno decided to establish their own sports club, at which they "cultivated" the new game of the time - football. On that day, the chapters of the rich history of Kladno football began to be written.[1] The first team played under the name of the Kladno Sports Club (Sportovní klub Kladno) in 1905. It soon achieved a strong position among the Czech rural teams and also achieved good results in matches with the high quality Prague clubs. The first championship encounter took place in Kladno as early as 1908 when AFK Kolín was defeated to the tune of 5–1.[1] The Kladno team played continually in the highest football competition between 1925 and 1947 before being expelled from the league in the 1946/47 season for the manipulation of results.[2] The club later returned to the top flight several times, specifically in 1948-49, 1952–58 and 1960-65. The club's last premier league season for almost four decades was in 1969-70. The waiting for promotion to the top flight was until 2006.[1] In the statistics for the highest Czechoslovak club competition (1925–1993) SK Kladno ranks 8th among the Czech clubs.[1] The club played a total of 618 matches, acquired 558 points and had a goal difference of 1189–1398 in the highest league competition.[1] Ever since 1907 when Slovan Wien left Kladno with a 1–8 defeat, Kladno has maintained international sports relations. As early as 1908, the well-known English team Crystal Palace F.C. played in Kladno and over the years SK Kladno has encountered teams from 34 countries in four continents (Europe, Asia, Africa and America). The most frequent international opponents have been European teams, in particular those from Norway, France, Germany and Austria. Throughout the period of its existence, SK Kladno has also participated in a number of significant football tournaments. These have included the popular Central European Cup (1934, 1938, 1961), the Rappan Cup 1964 and the city competition in Belgium (Brussels 1931 and Liege 1932 and 1938). In 1934, the Kladno team undertook its longest ever international trip to the USA, which proved to be good promotion not only for Czechoslovakia, but also European football.[1] A number of important footballers began their football in the blue and white of Kladno or wore it at some time during their careers. Among them were Otakar Škvain-Mazal (1894–1941), a pupil of SK Kladno and the author of three goals at the Antwerp Olympics in 1920 where the Czechoslovak national team made it to the final. František Kloz (1905–1945), Kladno's most popular player and most active goal scorer (592 goals in Kladno colours) and a Czechoslovak international player who, like his teammate, Josef Kusala, laid down his life with a gun in his hand during the liberation of his homeland in 1945. Karel Kolský (1914–1984), a player and coach of Czechoslovak national team. Jan Fábera (1928–1984), a player SK Kladno, who successfully trained the national team of Sudan and was active as a coach in Algeria and Iceland. From 1971-72, he and Jozef Vengloš trained the Czechoslovak under-23 team, which won the European Championship. Josef Kadraba (born 1933), a Kladno striker and a player and coach for Slovan Wien, but mostly a member of the Czechoslovak national team, which surprised many by achieving the silver medal at the 1962 FIFA World Cup in Chile. Jan Suchopárek (born 1969), a Kladno pupil, a player with 61 caps in the national team. In 1996, he brought back "silver" for the second place at the Euro held in England. It should also be recalled that the legendary Czech striker and long-time player at Slavia Praha, Josef Bican (1913–2001), trained the Kladno first team in the 1962-63 season.

Historical names[edit]

  • 1903 — SK Kladno (full name: Sportovní kroužek Kladno)
  • 1904 — SK Kladno (full name: Sportovní klub Kladno)
  • 1948 — ZSJ SONP Kladno (full name: Základní sportovní jednota Spojené ocelárny národní podnik Kladno) - merged with STAK Letná
  • 1949 — TJ Sokol SONP Kladno (full name: Tělovýchovná jednota Sokol Spojené ocelárny národní podnik Kladno)
  • 1953 — DSO Baník Kladno (full name: Dobrovolná sportovní organizace Baník Kladno)
  • 1958 — TJ SONP Kladno (full name: Tělovýchovná jednota Spojené ocelárny národní podnik Kladno)
  • 1960 — TJ Baník Kladno (full name: Tělovýchovná jednota Baník Kladno)
  • 1961 — TJ SONP Kladno (full name: Tělovýchovná jednota Spojené ocelárny národní podnik Kladno)
  • 1977 — TJ Poldi SONP Kladno (full name: Tělovýchovná jednota Poldi Spojené ocelárny národní podnik Kladno)
  • 1989 — TJ Poldi Kladno (full name: Tělovýchovná jednota Poldi Kladno)
  • 1993 — FC Terrex Kladno (full name: Football Club Terrex Kladno, a.s.)
  • 1994 — FC Agrox Kladno (full name: Football Club Agrox Kladno, a.s.)
  • 1995 — SK Kladno (full name: Sportovní klub Kladno, a.s.) - in 2003 merged with SK Spolana Neratovice

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 11 August 2012.

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Czech Republic GK Jan Hůla
22 Czech Republic GK Mario Kolumbič
30 Czech Republic GK Michal Sedlák
2 Czech Republic DF Martin Zahálka
3 Czech Republic DF Pavel Bartoš
4 Czech Republic DF Lukáš Hajník (captain)
5 Czech Republic DF Martin Samek
8 Czech Republic DF Jakub Vavřina
11 Czech Republic DF Tomáš Procházka
16 Ukraine DF Oleg Logojda
20 Czech Republic DF Adam Hofman
No. Position Player
6 Czech Republic MF Dominik Franek
7 Czech Republic MF Jan Čurda
9 Czech Republic MF Jan Švambera
10 Czech Republic MF Jiří Růžička
12 Czech Republic MF Tomáš Rouček
15 Czech Republic MF Zdeněk Rada
18 Czech Republic MF Dušan Holeček
13 Kazakhstan FW Timur Nessipbayev
14 Czech Republic FW Ondřej Cafourek
17 Czech Republic FW Pavel Novotný
19 Czech Republic FW Marek Tóth

Former managers[edit]

History in domestic competitions[edit]

Czech Republic[edit]

Season League Placed Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Cup
1993–1994 2. liga 14th 30 7 7 16 24 45 –21 21
1994–1995 2. liga 16th 34 8 11 15 36 51 –15 41
1995–1996 3. liga 11th 34 10 8 16 34 43 –9 38
1996–1997 3. liga 17th 34 8 9 17 36 64 –28 33
1997–1998 4. liga 7th 30 11 9 10 46 33 +13 42 Round of 64
1998–1999 4. liga 3rd 30 17 7 4 61 23 +38 58 First Round
1999–2000 4. liga 1st 30 21 6 3 62 18 +44 69 First Round
2000–2001 3. liga 6th 34 15 9 10 42 33 +9 54 Round of 64
2001–2002 3. liga 18th 34 7 9 18 36 57 –21 30 Round of 32
2002–2003 4. liga 3rd 30 16 7 7 65 37 +28 55 Round of 64
2003–2004 2. liga 4th 30 15 5 10 47 27 +20 50 Round of 64
2004–2005 2. liga 4th 28 11 10 7 37 22 +15 43 Round of 16
2005–2006 2. liga 1st 30 17 6 7 45 21 +24 57 Round of 16
2006–2007 1. liga 11th 30 7 10 13 23 37 –14 31 Round of 32
2007–2008 1. liga 14th 30 6 9 15 31 45 –14 27 Round of 64
2008–2009 1. liga 14th 30 8 7 15 21 41 –20 31 Round of 16
2009–2010 1. liga 15th 30 7 4 19 24 50 –26 25 Round of 16
2010–2011 2. liga 15th 30 8 7 15 42 48 –6 31 First Round
2011–2012 3. liga 17th 34 10 3 21 48 64 –16 33 First Round
2012–2013 3. liga 16th 34 11 5 18 42 51 –9 38 First Round

History in European competitions[edit]

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away
1934 Mitropa Cup 1st Round Italy Inter Milano 1-1 3-2
Quarterfinals Hungary Ferencvárosi TC 4-1 0-6
1938 Mitropa Cup 1st Round Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia HAŠK Zagreb 3-1 1-2
Quarterfinals Italy Juventus FC 1-2 2-4
1961 Mitropa Cup 1st Round Italy Udinese Calcio 2-3 a.e.t.
Austria 1. Wiener Neustädter SC 5-0
Austria Linzer ASK 1-1
Semifinals Italy Bologna FC 1-2 0-1
1963-64 Rappan Cup 1st Round Poland Odra Opole 1-1 0-4
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split 2-0 2-1
East Germany Motor Zwickau 2-1 0-1

Honours[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Jágr, Josef - Oliverius, Miroslav : Kladno hází! Sto let kladenského fotbalu. SK Kladno 1903-2003. Kladno, Statutární město Kladno 2003, 100 years of Kladno football
  2. ^ Jeřábek, Luboš (2007). Český a československý fotbal - lexikon osobností a klubů (in Czech). Prague, Czech Republic: Grada Publishing. p. 87. ISBN 978-80-247-1656-5. 
  3. ^ http://books.google.fr/books?id=4ErKtwjzyv8C&pg=PA71&lpg=PA71&dq=RH+CHEB+TRENER&source=bl&ots=zo9QIHLYBi&sig=SBvqsAB6ShdQVbaDHP4CRD-hUzc&hl=fr&sa=X&ei=CkqXUd_dIYOEhQfcuYHoBg&ved=0CFwQ6AEwBjgU#v=onepage&q=tren%C3%A9r&f=false

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