Czech First Division (women)
|Number of teams||8|
|Level on pyramid||1|
|Relegation to||II. liga žen|
|Domestic cup(s)||Czech Women's Cup|
|International cup(s)||UEFA Champions League|
|Current champions||Slavia Prague (6th title)
|Most championships||Sparta Praha (18 titles)|
The league is dominated by teams of Prague. Slavia Praha won the last four championships, each time leading Sparta Praha as runners-up.
The winning team of the league qualifies for a spot in the UEFA Women's Champions League.
History and format
The I. liga started as a competition for 12 teams, each playing all other teams twice.
In 2002, the number of teams was reduced to ten and after the regular season was followed with a playoff with eight best teams. In 2006, the system was abandoned and a league of 12 teams was re-instated.
Since 2009-10, only eight teams participated in the league and after the regular season, a playoff system was held. In those two playoff groups, place 1 to 4 for the championship and the relegation group for teams placed between 5th and 8th positions. In 2010–11 nine teams played again only a double-round robin.
Participating teams in 2016-17
The following eight clubs are competing in the 2016–17 Czech First Division (women).
|1. FC Slovácko||Městský stadion||3rd|
|FC Hradec Králové||Nový Hradec Králové||-|
|AC Sparta Praha||Strahov Stadium||2nd|
|FC Slovan Liberec||Frýdlant||7th|
|FK Dukla Praha||Areál eRZet||5th|
|FC Viktoria Plzeň||SK Smíchov||6th|
|FC Zbrojovka Brno||Slovan Rosice||-|
|SK Slavia Praha||Xaverov||1st|
The following table lists the Czech women's football champions by region.
||Sparta Praha (18), Slavia Prague (6)|
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