AC Sparta Praha (women)

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AC Sparta Praha (women)
Full name AC Sparta Praha
Nickname(s) Sparťanky
Founded 1975
Ground Generali Arena,
Prague
Ground Capacity 500
Chairman Daniel Křetínský
Manager Dušan Žovinec
Coach Martin Šeran
League Czech First Division (women)
2013–14 2nd
Website Club home page

The women's section of AC Sparta Praha is a women's football club from Prague, Czech Republic. Together with their local neighbour Slavia, Sparta dominates the national league having won 18 of the 21 titles while Slavia has won the other three. They have taken part in UEFA competitions several times and got their best result in the 2005–06 UEFA Women's Cup when they reached the quarter-finals, losing over two legs to Djurgården.[1]

Honours[edit]

In Czechoslovakia

In the Czech Republic

European Record[edit]

Season Competition Stage Result Opponent
2001-02 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage 0-1 Sweden Umeå
1-0 Hungary Femina Budapest
7-0 Bulgaria Grand Hotel Varna
2002-03 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage 6-1 Estonia Visa Tallinn
4-0 Faroe Islands KÍ Klaksvík
1-6 Sweden Umeå
2005-06 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 1-1 Romania Clujana
8-0 Lithuania Gintra Universitetas
3-0 Belarus Universitet Vitebsk
Group Stage 3-0 Azerbaijan Gömrükçü Baku
1-1 Germany Frankfurt
1-0 Switzerland Lucerne
Quarterfinals 0-2 0-0 Sweden Djurgården
2006-07 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage 1-3 Netherlands Saestum
2-4 Belgium Rapide Wezemaal
0-4 Germany Turbine Potsdam
2007-08 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 1-1 Romania Clujana
19-0 Cyprus AEK Kokkinochovion
4-3 Israel Maccabi Holon
Group Stage 1-3 Norway Kolbotn
1-2 Denmark Brøndby
1-2 France Olympique Lyon
2008-09 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 3-0 Belgium Tienen
9-0 Republic of Macedonia Skiponjat
0-0 Spain Levante
2009-10 Champions League Round of 32 0-1 2-0 Kazakhstan Alma KTZ
Round of 16 0-3 0-2 England Arsenal
2010-11 Champions League Round of 32 0-3 7-0 Belgium Sint-Truiden
Round of 16 0-2 0-1 Sweden Linköping
2011-12 Champions League Round of 32 2-2 2-1 Cyprus Apollon Limassol
Round of 16 0-6 6-0 France Olympique Lyon
2012-13 Champions League Round of 32 0-3 3-0 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo
Round of 16 0-1 2-2 Russia Rossiyanka
2013-14 Champions League Round of 32 2-1 1-1 Switzerland Zürich
2014-15 Champions League Round of 32 1-1 1-1 Lithuania Gintra Universitetas
Sparta celebrate a goal

Current squad[edit]

As of 14 December 2014
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Czech Republic GK Sára Vršatová
2 Czech Republic MF Adéla Odehnalová
3 Czech Republic DF Petra Tauberová
4 Czech Republic DF Petra Bertholdová (captain)
6 Czech Republic DF Michaela Čulová
8 Czech Republic FW Tereza Szewieczková
9 Czech Republic MF Eva Bartoňová
10 Czech Republic MF Tereza Krejčiříková
11 Czech Republic MF Lucie Hloupá
14 Czech Republic DF Petra Vyštejnová
No. Position Player
16 Czech Republic MF Markéta Ringelová
17 Czech Republic MF Aneta Dědinová
21 Czech Republic FW Iva Mocová
22 Czech Republic GK Hana Sloupová
23 Czech Republic FW Karolína Křivská
24 Czech Republic DF Alžběta Blažková
25 Czech Republic MF Adéla Pivoňková
26 Czech Republic FW Gabriela Matoušková
31 Czech Republic FW Eliška Šturmová
33 Czech Republic MF Anna Dlasková

Out on loan[edit]

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

No. Position Player
23 Czech Republic MF Karolína Nováková (to Pardubice)
8 Czech Republic MF Irena Martínková (to Örebro)
28 Czech Republic MF Adéla Šturmová (to Bohemians Prague)
15 Czech Republic DF Eva Kubešová (to Slovan Liberec)
No. Position Player
9 Czech Republic FW Lucie Martínková (to Örebro)
- Czech Republic FW Nikola Danihelková (to Pardubice)
20 Czech Republic DF Aneta Fojtíková (to Dukla Prague)
- Czech Republic MF Eva Rychtarová (to Dukla Prague)

Former players[edit]

Staff[edit]

Manager

  • Dušan Žovinec

First Coach

  • Martin Šeran

Assistant

  • Luboš Žovinec

Goalkeeper Coach

  • Vladimír Stránský

Team Manager

  • Hana Výmolová

Doctor

  • Petr Čechal

Fitness Coach

  • Lukáš Stránský

Physiotherapist

  • Veronika Kliková

Masseur

  • Miroslav Český

References[edit]

  1. ^ Josef, Ladislav (4 October 2007). "Sparta show their strength". uefa.com (UEFA). Retrieved 27 June 2012. 
  2. ^ Erben, Eduard (2 May 2012). "Prolog se Spartě podařil. Rudé ženy přejely perníkářky". aktualne.cz (in Czech) (Centrum.cz). Retrieved 12 September 2012. 

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