AC Sparta Praha (women)

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AC Sparta Praha (women)
Full name AC Sparta Praha
Nickname(s) Sparťanky
(Spartan women)
Founded 1975
Ground Strahov Stadium,
Ground Capacity 250,000
Chairman Daniel Křetínský
Manager Jan Janota
League Czech First Division (women)
2015–16 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 23 titles while Slavia has won the other five. 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]



In Czechoslovakia

In the Czech Republic


European Record[edit]

Sparta celebrate a goal
UEFA Women's Cup / UEFA Women's Champions League
Season Preliminary stage Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
2001-02 Sweden Umeå 1
2002-03 Sweden Umeå 1
2005-06 Belarus Universitet 1 Switzerland Luzern 1 Sweden Djurgården
2006-07 Netherlands Saestum 1
2007-08 Romania Clujana 1 France Olympique 1
2008-09 Spain Levante 1
2009-10 Kazakhstan Alma England Arsenal
2010-11 Belgium Sint-Truiden Sweden Linköping
2011-12 Cyprus Apollon France Olympique
2012-13 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo Russia Rossiyanka
2013-14 Switzerland Zürich
2014-15 Lithuania Gintra
2016-17 Netherlands Twente
  • 1 Group stage. Highest-ranked eliminated team in case of qualification, lowest-ranked qualified team in case of elimination.

Current squad[edit]

As of 6 April 2017
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 DF Adéla Odehnalová (captain)
4 Czech Republic DF Petra Bertholdová
5 Czech Republic MF Antonie Stárová
7 Czech Republic FW Lucie Martínková
9 United States FW Zuri Prince
10 Czech Republic MF Alexandra Mouchová
11 Czech Republic FW Petra Ivaničová
12 Czech Republic MF Andrea Stašková
13 Czech Republic GK Alexandra Vaníčková
14 Czech Republic DF Petra Vyštejnová
15 Slovakia DF Monika Matysová
16 Czech Republic MF Markéta Ringelová
17 Czech Republic MF Tereza Koubová
18 Czech Republic DF Natálie Kavalová
No. Position Player
19 Czech Republic DF Lucie Kladrubská
20 Czech Republic MF Kateřina Bužková
21 Czech Republic FW Iva Mocová
22 United States GK Megan Dorsey
23 Czech Republic FW Karolína Křivská
24 Czech Republic DF Alžběta Blažková
25 Czech Republic MF Adéla Pivoňková
26 Czech Republic FW Gabriela Matoušková
27 Czech Republic MF Irena Martínková
28 Czech Republic MF Veronika Mášová
29 Czech Republic FW Pavlína Nepokojová
33 Czech Republic DF Anna Dlasková
37 Slovakia DF Michaela Moťovská
77 Czech Republic GK Ivana Pižlová
United States DF Lizzy Raben

Former players[edit]


Women's section manager

  • Dušan Žovinec


  • Jan Janota


  • Luboš Žovinec

Team Manager

  • Hana Výmolová


  • Petr Čechal


  • Veronika Frodlová

Goalkeeper Coach

  • Vladimír Stránský

Fitness Coach

  • Rudolf Rondzik


  • Pavel Koubek


  • František Müller
  • Dušan Žovinec (1988 – 2012)
  • Luboš Žovinec (2012 – 2013)
  • Jan Podolák (July 2013 – October 2014)
  • Martin Šeran (October 2014 – June 2015)
  • Jan Janota (July 2015 – Today)


  1. ^ Josef, Ladislav (4 October 2007). "Sparta show their strength". UEFA. Retrieved 27 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "Sparťanky získaly double!". AC Sparta Praha (in Czech). 26 June 2010. Retrieved 2 September 2015. 
  3. ^ Erben, Eduard (2 May 2012). "Prolog se Spartě podařil. Rudé ženy přejely perníkářky". (in Czech). Retrieved 12 September 2012. 
  4. ^ "Sparťanky udolaly Slavii a zvítězily v domácím poháru!". AC Sparta Praha (in Czech). 17 May 2013. Retrieved 15 August 2015. 
  5. ^ "Sparťanky získaly pohár". AC Sparta Praha (in Czech). 24 May 2015. Retrieved 24 May 2015. 

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