Czech Republic national football team results

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Team before friendly match against Austria, June 2014

This is a list of the Czech Republic national football team results from 1994 to the present day.

Before 2000[edit]

Date Venue Opponents Score1 Competition Czech Republic scorers Attendance Reference
23 February 1994 İnönü Stadium, Istanbul (A)  Turkey 4–1  F Novotný, Látal, Siegl (2) 12,000
20 April 1994 Hardturm Stadium, Zürich (A)   Switzerland 0–3  F 16,200
25 May 1994 Bazaly Stadium, Ostrava(H)  Lithuania 5–3  F Kuka (2), Frýdek, Kubík, Poštulka 8,407
5 June 1994 Lansdowne Road, Dublin (A)  Republic of Ireland 3–1  F Kuka (2), Suchopárek 43,465
17 August 1994 Parc Lescure, Bordeaux (A)  France 2–2  F Skuhravý, Šmejkal 21,000
6 September 1994 Bazaly Stadium, Ostrava (H)  Malta 6–1  UEFAq Šmejkal, Kubík, Siegl (3), Berger 10,226
12 October 1994 Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali (A)  Malta 0–0  UEFAq 2,000
16 November 1994 Feyenoord Stadion, Rotterdam (A)  Netherlands 0–0  UEFAq 42,000
8 March 1995 Stadion Za Lužánkami, Brno (H)  Finland 4–1  F Berger (2), Samec (2) 7,745
29 March 1995 Bazaly Stadium, Ostrava (H)  Belarus 4–2  UEFAq Kadlec, Berger(2), Kuka 5,549
26 April 1995 Letna Stadium, Prague (H)  Netherlands 3–1  UEFAq Skuhravý, Němeček, Berger 17,463
8 May 1995 Tehelne pole, Bratislava (A)  Slovakia 1–1  F Šmejkal 10,000
7 June 1995 Stade Josy Barthel, Luxembourg (A)  Luxembourg 0–1  UEFAq 1,030
16 August 1995 Ullevaal Stadium, Oslo (A)  Norway 1–1  UEFAq Suchopárek 22,054
6 September 1995 Letna Stadium, Prague (H)  Norway 2–0  UEFAq Skuhravý, Drulák 19,522
7 October 1995 Dinamo Stadium, Minsk (A)  Belarus 2–0  UEFAq Frýdek, Berger 15,000
15 November 1995 Letna Stadium, Prague (H)  Luxembourg 3–0  UEFAq Drulak (2), Berger 20,239
13 December 1995 Municipal Stadium, Kuwait (A)  Kuwait 2–1  F Gabriel, Drulak 2,000
26 March 1996 Vitkovice Stadium, Ostrava (H)  Turkey 3–0  F Suchopárek, Kuka (2) 10,828
24 April 1996 Stadion Evžena Rošického, Prague(H)  Republic of Ireland 2–0  F Frýdek, Kuka 6,118
29 May 1996 Stadion Lehen, Salzburg (A)  Austria 0–1  F 5,100
1 June 1996 St. Jakob Stadium, Basle (A)   Switzerland 2–1  F Kuka 14,400
9 June 1996 Old Trafford, Manchester (N)  Germany 0–2  UEFA 35,000
14 June 1996 Anfield, Liverpool (N)  Italy 2–1  UEFA Nedvěd, Bejbl 37,320
19 June 1996 Anfield, Liverpool (N)  Russia 3–3  UEFA Suchopárek, Kuka, Šmicer 10,000
23 June 1996 Villa Park, Birmingham (N)  Portugal 1–0  UEFA (QF) Poborský 25,000
26 June 1996 Old Trafford, Manchester (N)  France 0–0 
6–5(p)
UEFA (SF) 43,877
30 June 1996 Wembley Stadium, London (N)  Germany 1–2 (ASDET) UEFA (F) Berger (p) 73,611
4 September 1996 Stadion Střelnice, Jablonec (H)  Iceland 2–1  F Kuka (2) 4,528
18 September 1996 Na Stinadlech, Teplice (H)  Malta 6–0  WCq Berger (2), Nedvěd, Kubík, Šmicer, Frýdek 15,099
9 October 1996 Letna Stadium, Prague (H)  Spain 0–0  WCq 19,223
10 November 1996 Crvena Zvezda Stadium, Belgrade (A)  Yugoslavia 0–1  WCq 46,577
11 December 1996 Stade Mohamed V, Casablanca (N)  Nigeria 2–1  F (SF) Drulák, Wagner 70,000
12 December 1996 Stade Mohamed V, Casablanca (N)  Croatia 1–1 
1–4(p)
F (F) Drulák 34,000
26 February 1997 Zimni Stadion, Podebrady (H)  Belarus 4–1  F Wagner, Rada (2), Berger 7,500
12 March 1997 Bazaly Stadium, Ostrava (H)  Poland 2–1  F Kuka, Rada 15,817
2 April 1997 Letna Stadium, Prague(H)  Yugoslavia 1–2  WCq Bejbl 19,137
8 June 1997 Estadio José Zorrilla, Valladolid (A)  Spain 0–1  WCq 24,544
20 August 1997 Na Stinadlech, Teplice (H)  Faroe Islands 2–0  WCq Kuka, Kozel 8,322
24 August 1997 Tehelne Pole, Bratislava (A)  Slovakia 1–2  WCq Šmicer 26,000
6 September 1997 Svangaskard, Toftir (A)  Faroe Islands 2–0  WCq Šmicer, Kuka 1,000
24 September 1997 Ta' Qali Stadium, Ta' Qali (A)  Malta 1–0  WCq Bejbl 3,000
11 October 1997 Letna Stadium, Prague (H)  Slovakia 3–0  WCq Šmicer, Siegl, Novotný 5,428
13 December 1997 King Fahd Stadium, Riyadh (N)  South Africa 2–2  CC Šmicer (2) 7,500
15 December 1997 King Fahd Stadium, Riyadh (N)  Uruguay 1–2  CC Siegl 9,000
17 December 1997 King Fahd Stadium, Riyadh (N)  United Arab Emirates 6–1  CC o.g., Nedvěd (2), Šmicer (3) 8,000
19 December 1997 King Fahd Stadium, Riyadh (N)  Brazil 0–2  CC (SF) 30,000
21 December 1997 King Fahd Stadium, Riyadh (N)  Uruguay 1–0  CC (3/4) Lasota 27,000
25 March 1998 Andrův stadion, Olomouc (H)  Republic of Ireland 2–1  F Šmicer, Lasota 9,405
22 April 1998 Fazanerija Stadion, Murska Sobota (A)  Slovenia 3–1  F Šmicer, Lukes (2) 2,500
21 May 1998 Kobe Universiade Memorial Stadium, Kobe (N)  Paraguay 1–0  F Šmicer 6,000
23 May 1998 Yokohama Stadium, Yokohama (N)  Japan 0–0  F 66,930
27 May 1998 Olympic Stadium, Seoul (A)  South Korea 2–2  F Němec, Lokvenc 43,000
19 August 1998 Letna Stadium, Prague(H)  Denmark 1–0  F Rada 7,021
6 September 1998 Svangaskard, Toftir (A)  Faroe Islands 1–0  UEFAq Šmicer 3,000
10 October 1998 Asim Ferhatović Hase Stadium, Sarejevo (A)  Bosnia and Herzegovina 3–1  UEFAq Baranek, Šmicer, Kuka 30,000
14 October 1998 Na Stinadlech, Teplice (H)  Estonia 4–1  UEFAq Nedvěd, Berger (2), Meet 13,123
18 November 1998 Wembley Stadium, London (A)  England 0–2  F 38,535
9 February 1999 King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels (A)  Belgium 1–0  F Koller 14,700
17 February 1999 Beirut (A)  Lebanon 3–0  F
27 March 1999 Na Stinadlech, Teplice (H)  Lithuania 2–0  UEFAq Horňák, Berger 14,658
31 March 1999 Celtic Park, Glasgow (A)  Scotland 2–1  UEFAq Elliott (o.g.), Šmicer, Jess 44,513
28 April 1999 Polish Army Stadium, Warsaw (A)  Poland 1–2  F Lokvenc 8,000
5 June 1999 Kadrioru Stadium, Tallinn (A)  Estonia 2–0  UEFAq Berger, Koller 2,925
9 June 1999 Letna Stadium, Prague (H)  Scotland 3–2  UEFAq Řepka, Kuka, Koller, Ritchie, Johnston 21,149
18 August 1999 Spotovni Areal, Drnovice (H)   Switzerland 3–0  F Koller, Zwyssig (o.g.), Baranek 7,825
4 September 1999 Zalgiris Stadium, Vilnius (A)  Lithuania 4–0  UEFAq Nedvěd (2), Koller (2) 4,000
8 September 1999 Na Stinadlech, Teplice (H)  Bosnia and Herzegovina 3–0  UEFAq Koller, Berger, Poborský 10,125
9 October 1999 Letna Stadium, Prague (H)  Faroe Islands 2–0  UEFAq Koller, Verbíř 21,362
13 November 1999 Philips Stadion, Eindhoven (A)  Netherlands 1–1  F Koller 30,000

1. Czech Republic's score given first

Key
  • H = Home match
  • A = Away match
  • N = Neutral site match
  • F = Friendly
  • UEFAq = UEFA European Championships qualification
  • UEFA = UEFA European Championships
  • WCq = FIFA World Cup qualification (UEFA)
  • WC = FIFA World Cup
  • CC = Confederations Cup

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2014[edit]