FC Petržalka akadémia

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FC Petržalka
FC Petržalka akadémia Crest 2014.png
Full name FC Petržalka
Nickname(s) Engerau
Founded 7 June 1898; 120 years ago (1898-06-07)
as Pozsonyi Torna Egyesület
Ground Stadium FC Petržalka 1898,
Petržalka, Slovakia
Ground Capacity 1,500
President Marek Mojto
Head coach Balázs Borbély
League 2. liga
2017–18 3. liga (Bratislava), 1st (promoted)
Website Club website

FC Petržalka is a Slovak football club based in Bratislava. The club competed in the group stages of the 2005–06 UEFA Champions League, but in the 2009–10 season were relegated from the top-tier Corgoň Liga to the Slovak Second Division after finishing last. Two years later in the 2011–12 season they were relegated to the Slovak Third Division. In 2014, due to severe financial problems, the team was relegated to the lowest division (Slovak Fifth League).[1]

The club plays its home matches at its own new stadium with a capacity of 1500. The club's old home ground, Štadión Petržalka, was demolished.[2] The team wears white and black striped shirts.

The football club founded in 1898,from the previous sport club PTE(Pozsonyi Torna Egylet) wchich was grounded in 1880, initially played in the regional Hungarian league.[3] The club has been known by 17 names in its history, including Artmedia Bratislava (after their advertising agency sponsors).[4] Artmedia were members of the top flight Slovak league from its inception in 1993 until 2010. The club achieved its biggest success in the mid-2000s (decade), while playing under the coach Vladimír Weiss.[5] The club won the Corgoň Liga title in 2005 and later qualified for the group stage of the Champions League, where it achieved the biggest success of all the Slovak clubs. Later, in 2008 the club won the double, but during the next season most of the squad left the club.[2][6]

History[edit]

  • 1898 – Founded as Pozsonyi Torna Egyesület
  • 1939 – Renamed Engerau Pressburg
  • 1945 – Renamed ŠK Petržalka
  • 1949 – Renamed Kovosmalt Petržalka
  • 1953 – Renamed Spartak Kovosmalt Bratislava
  • 1963 – Renamed TJ Považské Strojárne Bratislava
  • 1965 – Renamed SKS Petržalka
  • 1976 – Renamed TJ ZŤS Petržalka
  • 1986 – Merged with TJ Internacionál Slovnaft Bratislava to form TJ Internacionál Slovnaft ZŤS Bratislava, but split again in 1990.
  • 1990 – Renamed 1. FC Hydronika Petržalka
  • 1991 – Renamed 1. FC Petržalka
  • 1993 – Renamed FK Artmedia Petržalka
  • 2004 – Renamed FC Artmedia Bratislava
  • 2007 – Renamed FC Artmedia Petržalka
  • 2009 – Renamed MFK Petržalka
  • 2010 – Renamed FC Petržalka 1898
  • 2014 – Renamed FC Petržalka akadémia
  • 2017 – Renamed FC Petržalka

2005–06 European campaign[edit]

They famously reached the lucrative group stages of the UEFA Champions League in 2005–06 after wins over Kairat Almaty, Celtic and Partizan Belgrade. They beat Almaty 4–3 on aggregate in the 1st qualifying round despite a 2–0[7] defeat in the first leg since they won second leg by 4–1[8] after extra time with decisive goal in the injury time of extra time - the 121st minute of the game.[9] However it was on 27 July 2005 that they made their mark on the tournament, producing one of the shock results of Champions League history as they beat 2003 UEFA Cup finalists and 1967 European Cup winners Celtic 5–0[10] in the first leg of their Champions League 2nd qualifying round match. Just like in the previous round (against Kairat), Petrzalka scored the decisive goal in the injury time again - Halenár scored 5th goal of the game and completed his hat-trick in the 92nd minute of the match.[11] The stunned Celtic side could not quite recover, only managing to win the return leg 4–0, and Artmedia held on to progress in the tournament. On 23 August 2005 they clinched a place in the group stages after overcoming Serbian club Partizan Belgrade 4–3 on penalties after a 0–0 aggregate scoreline thus becoming the second Slovak club after 1. FC Košice in 1997–98 to reach the coveted Champions League proper. Their success was even more remarkable considering Artmedia's entire annual budget is just over £1m.

Artmedia also made history by becoming one of the first two clubs ever to advance from the first qualifying round into the Champions League group stage. The other club to do so was 2004–05 winners Liverpool, who were given a special entry into the first qualifying round of the 2005–06 event, and joined Artmedia in the group stage.

Artmedia played their Champions League fixtures at the Tehelné pole ground of crosstown rivals Slovan Bratislava because their own ground does not meet UEFA standards for Champions League play.

On 28 September 2005, Artmedia made history once again by becoming the first Slovak side to collect a point in the Champions League group stage (in the eighth attempt by a Slovak side to do so). In another famous upset, they came back from a 2–0 first-half deficit to defeat 2004 Champions League winners Porto 3–2 at Porto's home ground.

Eventually, they finished third in the group, parachuting them into the UEFA Cup, but not before missing a late chance to score a goal in the return fixture against Porto that would have sent them to the round of 16 at Rangers' expense.

In December 2005 the goalkeeper Juraj Čobej underwent a complicated brain surgery attempting to remove a malign tumor. Fortunately, he has fully recovered and has already stood a firm ground in goal during the first rounds of the 2006–07 season.

Artmedia lost the home leg of their UEFA Cup round of 32 tie with Levski Sofia 1–0 and were knocked out of the tournament after an away defeat of 2–0.

After the successful season the coach Vladimír Weiss left to FC Saturn Ramenskoe.[12] Several players left the club, among others Ján Ďurica to FC Saturn Ramenskoe, Balázs Borbély to 1. FC Kaiserslautern and Blažej Vaščák to Treviso FBC.

2008 – 2014 decline of Petržalka[edit]

MFK Petrzalka fans in Turin

The club reassigned Vladimír Weiss as head coach for the 2007–08 season. Some of the players came back, the club's captain Ján Kozák returned from a loan at WBA, Aleš Urbánek, Branislav Fodrek and Branislav Obžera returned, and the new faces in the club, among others, included Czech fullback Radek Dosoudil, Brazilian midfielder Cléber and Czech striker Zbyněk Pospěch.

The club went on to win the title in the Slovak league for the second time, beating rivals MŠK Žilina in the important matches and in the final table as well. Before the new season the club owner Ivan Kmotrík and the main sponsor left the club, which left later impact on the team. During the UEFA Champions League 2008-09 qualification round Artmedia won over Valletta F.C. and Tampere United, but lost to Juventus, with which the club suffered 0–4 loss in the first leg and later only drew 1–1. During the next stages several players left the club (4 of them to local rivals ŠK Slovan Bratislava).[2]

Prior to the 2009–10 season a huge number of players left the club, most of them were replaced by youngsters and players from the Inter Bratislava.[13]

After a decent first half of the season, where MFK Petrzalka played in the region of sixth place, the team fell apart in the second half of the season, and eventually the club were relegated at the end of the season.

Season 2010-11 spent Petržalka in the 2nd division (1. liga) and team finished the season on the 3rd place. But next season was last for Petržalka in the 2nd division for a long time. After the last place in the table was relegated to the regional championships for 2012-13. In the 3rd division (3. liga) was Petržalka at the bottom half of the table. After 11th place in 2012-13 was 14th in the 2013-14 and due to the financial problems and debts was excluded from the competition after the season finished.

2014 – new era of Petržalka[edit]

In the summer 2014 was in Petržalka found the successor of the traditional club - team FC Petržalka akadémia. This club applied for the 5th division (5. liga) and in its premiere season 2014-15 has won the competition. Due to the reorganisation of divisions in Slovak football did't get the promotion at that year. Season 2015-16 Petržalka started 5th division horrible - in 6 games they suffered 4 losses got only 6 points. But after noticeable serie without loss they won the 5. liga again and promoted to the 4th one. In 2016-17 Petržalka started the competiotion in the 4. liga similar way as it finished the previous one. Petržalka suffered the first and only loss of the season in its 27th match which means that Petržlaka was unbeatable for 46 consecutive competitive league matches from loss at FA Bratislava (2-3) until loss at Veľké Leváre (0-1) in the 27th round of 2016-17. After 25 wins in 30 matches Petržalka won the 4. liga and promoted to the 3rd divsion for 2017-18 season. Since the beggining of the 3rd division 2017-18 was Petržalka among the candidates for promotion to the 2nd division. After unbeaten autumnt part of the season was Petržalka on the 2nd place during winter break behind Rohožník with the same point level. Decisive match came in the beggining of the spring part of the season. Petržalka beat Rohožník at home 3-0 and got the advantage in the table. In addition, Petržalka has won 15 out of last 16 games in the 3rd division (they lost only at field of reserve team of city rivals Slovan U21 0-1 in the game, which had Slovan U21 in the line-up 5 players from the first team including former national players Róbert Vittek and Kornel Saláta[14]) and in the 29th round clinched promotion after win in Most 5-0 and return to 2nd division after 2209 days.[15]

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Czechoslovakia

Slovakia

Slovak League Top Goalscorer[edit]

Slovak League Top scorer since 1993–94

Year Winner G
2004–05 Slovakia Filip Šebo 22
2006–07 Slovakia Tomáš Oravec 16
1Shared award

Results[edit]

League and domestic cup history[edit]

Slovak League only (1993–present)

Season Division (Name) Pos./Teams Pl. W D L GS GA P Slovak Cup Europe Top scorer (Goals)
1993–94 2nd (1.Liga) 4/(16) 30 14 5 11 37 27 33 Slovakia Jakubec (12)
1994–95 2nd (1.Liga) 3/(12) 30 18 3 9 57 26 57 Quarter-finals Slovakia Milan Strelec (16)
1995–96 2nd (1.Liga) 1/(16) 30 19 6 5 54 29 63 1.R Slovakia Milan Strelec (16)
1996–97 1st (Mars Superliga) 13/(16) 30 9 8 13 29 49 35 Quarter-finals
1997–98 1st (Mars Superliga) 8/(16) 30 11 6 13 27 28 39 1.R
1998–99 1st (Mars Superliga) 9/(16) 30 11 6 13 37 42 39 1.R Slovakia Milan Strelec (6)
Slovakia Tomáš Medveď (6)
1999–00 1st (Mars Superliga) 9/(16) 30 11 6 13 43 48 39 Quarter-finals Slovakia Tomáš Medveď (14)
2000–01 1st (Mars Superliga) 4/(10) 36 15 9 12 59 55 54 Quarter-finals UI 2.R (Slovenia Publikum) Slovakia Henrich Benčík (8)
2001–02 1st (Mars Superliga) 7/(10) 36 11 14 11 51 45 47 1.R Slovakia Henrich Benčík (12)
2002–03 1st (1. liga) 2/(10) 36 20 7 9 49 32 67 1.R Slovakia Ladislav Suchánek (7)
2003–04 1st (Corgoň Liga) 8/(10) 36 10 14 12 43 44 44 Winner UC 1.R (France Bordeaux) Slovakia Marek Krejčí (15)
2004–05 1st (Corgoň Liga) 1/(10) 36 20 12 4 64 28 72 Runners-Up UC Q2 (Ukraine Dnipro) Slovakia Filip Šebo (22)
2005–06 1st (Corgoň Liga) 2/(10) 36 23 5 8 58 33 74 Semi-finals CL
UC
Group stage (H), 3rd
R32 (Bulgaria Levski)
Slovakia Branislav Fodrek (8)
Czech Republic Lukáš Hartig (8)
Slovakia Juraj Halenár (8)
2006–07 1st (Corgoň Liga) 2/(16) 28 17 5 6 56 38 56 Semi-finals UC 1.R (Spain Espanyol) Slovakia Tomáš Oravec (16)
2007–08 1st (Corgoň Liga) 1/(12) 33 27 3 3 77 30 84 Winners UC 1.R (Greece Panathinaikos) Slovakia Juraj Halenár (16)
2008–09 1st (Corgoň Liga) 6/(12) 33 12 11 10 50 38 47 Runners-Up CL
UC
Q3 (Italy Juventus)
1.R (Portugal S.C. Braga)
Slovakia Tomáš Oravec (10)
2009–10 1st (Corgoň Liga) 12/(12) 33 7 8 18 33 51 29 Quarter-finals Slovakia Andrej Hodek (6)
2010–11 2nd (1.Liga) 3/(12) 33 13 2 8 55 36 51 3.R Slovakia Radoslav Augustín (14)
2011–12 2nd (1.Liga) 12/(12) 33 4 7 22 22 54 19 2.R Slovakia Roman Jurkovič (5)
2012–13 3rd (Keno 10 3. liga Západ) 11/(16) 30 10 6 14 30 43 36 2.R
2013–14 3rd (TIPOS 3. liga Západ) 14/(16) 30 9 5 16 40 52 26 2.R
2014–15 5th (OFZ BA-mesto – V.liga) 1/(10) 27 22 0 5 94 48 66 DNS Slovakia Tomáš Medveď (23)
2015–16 5th (OFZ BA-mesto – V. liga) 1/(14) 26 20 2 4 89 31 62 DNS Slovakia Michal Habai (18)
2016–17 4th (TIPOS IV. liga BA) 1/(16) 30 25 4 1 112 13 79 2.R (1/64F) Slovakia Jakub Hronec (21)
2017-18 3rd (TIPOS III. liga BA) 1/(16) 30 25 4 1 101 18 79 4.R (1/16F) Slovakia František Lády (21)

Domestic competition history[edit]

Domestic league[edit]

Season Competition Match Club 1st match
(home/away)
Home Away Aggregate Points Opponents' final
season ranking
2014-15 5th Division
V. liga Oblastný futbalový zväz Bratislava-mesto
1st place (did not promote)[16]
M2, M10, M19 ŠK Štart Nepočujúci 1947 Bratislava B A 2–1 3–0 6–3 11–4 9–0 6. Symbol keep vote.svg
M1, M11, M20 FC Volkswagen Bratislava A 3–0 3–0 cont.[A] 1–3 7–3 6–3 8. Symbol keep vote.svg
M4, M12, M22 FK The Dragons A 6–4 5–2 4–0 15–6 9–0 10. Symbol keep vote.svg
M3, M13, M21 TJ Jarovce Bratislava A 2–1 2–0 4–8 8–9 6–3 3. Symbol keep vote.svg
M6, M14, M23 ŠK Krasňany Bratislava H 8–1 6–1 3–0 17–2 9–0 9. Symbol keep vote.svg
M5, M15, M24 TJ Slávia Ekonóm Bratislava A 4–0 2–3 6–3 12–6 6–3 7. Symbol keep vote.svg
M7, M16, M25 FA Bratislava H 2–0 2–1 1–4 5–5 6–3 2. Symbol keep vote.svg
M8, M17, M26 FKM Karlova Ves Bratislava A 3–1 3–1 0–8 6–10 6–3 4. Symbol keep vote.svg
M9, M18, M27 SDM Domino B (Bratislava) H 6–1 4–1 3–1 13–3 9–0 5. Symbol keep vote.svg
2015-16 5th Division
V. liga Oblastný futbalový zväz Bratislava-mesto
1st place (promotion)
M1, M14 TJ Jarovce Bratislava H 2–3 3–0 cont.[B] 5–3 3–3 5. Symbol keep vote.svg
M2, M15 ŠK Igram A 2–1 0–4 2–5 3–3 6. Symbol delete vote.svg
M3, M16 OŠK Chorvátsky Grob H 5–1 2–1 7–2 6–0 10. Symbol keep vote.svg
M4, M17 NMŠK 1922 Bratislava A 1–0 0–2 1–2 3–3 3. Symbol delete vote.svg
M5, M18 ŠK Čataj - futbalový klub H 7–0 1–1 8–1 4–1 14. Symbol keep vote.svg
M6, M19 FA Bratislava A 2–1 2–3 4–4 3–3 2. Symbol keep vote.svg
M7, M20 FKM Karlova Ves Bratislava H 4–3 2–1 6–4 6–0 8. Symbol keep vote.svg
M8, M21 ŠK Nová Dedinka H 2–1 2–0 4–1 6–0 9. Symbol keep vote.svg
M9, M22 FK ŠK Danubia Hrubý Šúr A 2–2 4–1 6–3 4–1 4. Symbol keep vote.svg
M10, M23 FK Dúbravka H 4–1 14–1 18–2 6–0 12. Symbol keep vote.svg
M11, M24 ŠKO Miloslavov A 8–0 4–2 12–2 6–0 11. Symbol keep vote.svg
M12, M25 SDM Domino B (Bratislava) H 5–0 3–0 8–0 6–0 13. Symbol keep vote.svg
M13, M26 TJ Malinovo A 5–2 3–0 8–2 6–0 7. Symbol keep vote.svg
2016-17 4th Division
Tipos IV. liga Bratislava
1st place (promotion)
M1, M16 ŠK Závod H 8–1 1–1 9–2 4–1 9. Symbol keep vote.svg
M2, M17 OŠK Slovenský Grob A 7–0 7–1 14–1 6–0 13. Symbol keep vote.svg
M3, M18 FK Jablonové H 3–0 cont.[C] 2–1 5–1 6–0 16. Symbol keep vote.svg
M4, M19 FK Borinka H 4–1 1–0 5–1 6–0 8. Symbol keep vote.svg
M5, M20 FK Lamač Bratislava A 7–0 1–1 8–1 4–1 3. Symbol keep vote.svg
M6, M21 MFK Rusovce H 3–0 1–1 4–1 4–1 4. Symbol keep vote.svg
M7, M22 ŠK Šenkvice A 5–0 5–0 10–0 6–0 15. Symbol keep vote.svg
M8, M23 SDM Domino (Bratislava) H 4–0 2–0 6–0 6–0 6. Symbol keep vote.svg
M9, M24 TJ Slovan Viničné A 3–0 cont.[D] 11–1 14–1 6–0 11. Symbol keep vote.svg
M10, M25 FK Karpaty Limbach H 3–0 2–1 5–1 6–0 5. Symbol keep vote.svg
M11, M26 SFC Kalinkovo A 4–0 1–1 5–1 4–1 2. Symbol keep vote.svg
M12, M27 TJ Veľké Leváre H 6–0 0–1 6–1 3–3 12. Symbol keep vote.svg
M13, M28 TJ Záhoran Jakubov A 5–0 2–0 7–0 6–0 7. Symbol keep vote.svg
M14, M29 ŠK Vrakuňa Bratislava H 7–1 4–1 11–2 6–0 14. Symbol keep vote.svg
M15, M30 TJ Čunovo A 2–0 1–0 3–0 6–0 10. Symbol keep vote.svg
2017/18 3rd Division
Tipos III. liga Bratislava
1st place (promotion)
M1, M19 ŠK Bernolákovo H 5–1 2–0 7–1 6–0 10. Symbol keep vote.svg
M2, M16 FC Rohožník A 3–0 1–1 4–1 4–1 2. Symbol keep vote.svg
M3, M17 ŠK Báhoň H 7–0 2–1 9–1 6–0 8. Symbol keep vote.svg
M4, M18 OFK Dunajská Lužná A 4–0 1–0 5–0 6–0 3. Symbol keep vote.svg
M5, M20 ŠK Lozorno, FO H 7–1 4–1 11–2 6–0 15. Symbol keep vote.svg
M6, M21 FK Rača Bratislava A 4–3 1–0 5–3 6–0 6. Symbol keep vote.svg
M10, M22 ŠK Tomášov H 4–1 3–1 7–2 6–0 7. Symbol keep vote.svg
M7, M23 FK Slovan Ivanka pri Dunaji A 3–1 2–0 5–1 6–0 9. Symbol keep vote.svg
M8, M24 ŠK Slovan Bratislava futbal B H 1–1 0–1 1–2 1–4 4. Symbol delete vote.svg
M9, M25 ŠK Svätý Jur A 10–0 7–0 17–0 6–0 16. Symbol keep vote.svg
M11, M26 TJ Rovinka H 1–1 2–0 3–1 4–1 11. Symbol keep vote.svg
M12, M27 FK Vajnory A 6–0 3–0 9–0 6–0 14. Symbol keep vote.svg
M13, M28 PŠC Pezinok H 2–1 3–1 5–2 6–0 13. Symbol keep vote.svg
M14, M29 FK Slovan Most pri Bratislave H 1–1 5–0 6–1 4–1 5. Symbol keep vote.svg
M15, M30 Lokomotíva Devínska Nová Ves A 5–1 2–0 7–1 6–0 12. Symbol keep vote.svg
Notes
  1. ^ Score was 3–1 after 45 minutes. Team Volkswagen had only eight players in the starting line-up and after the break they have eligible only six players, so the match was whistled off and finished before start of the 2nd half. The result was later contumated to 3-0 for Petrzalka.[17]
  2. ^ Score was 1–1 after 90 minutes and final whistle. The result was later contumated to 3-0 for Petrzalka because ineligible player played for Jarovce during the match.[18]
  3. ^ Score was contumated to 3-0 for Petrzalka because team Jablonove didn't arrive for the match.[19]
  4. ^ Score was contumated to 3-0 for Petrzalka because team Vinicne annonced they didn't arrive for the match due to lack of players and the match was cancelled.[20]

Domestic cup (Slovenský pohár)[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Division Home Away Aggregate
2014-15 Slovnaft Cup Did not participate
2015-16 Slovnaft Cup
2016-17 Slovnaft Cup R1 FK Rača Bratislava 3rd (3. liga Bratislava) 3–1 3–1 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg
R2 (1/64 F) MFK Skalica 2nd (2. liga Západ) 1–5 1–5 (one-game tie) Symbol delete vote.svg
2017-18 Slovnaft Cup R1 FK Lamač Bratislava 4th (4. liga Bratislava) 8–0 8–0 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg
R2 (1/64 F) ŠK Tomášov 3rd (3. liga Bratislava) 6–0 6–0 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg
R3 (1/32 F) OFK Dunajská Lužná 3rd (3. liga Bratislava) 2–1 2–1 (one-game tie) Symbol keep vote.svg
R4 (1/16 F) FK Poprad 2nd (2. liga) 0–3 0–3 (one-game tie) Symbol delete vote.svg

European competition history[edit]

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
2001 UEFA Intertoto Cup R1 Lithuania FK Ekranas 1–1 1–1 2–2 (4–3 p) Symbol keep vote.svg
R2 Slovenia NK Celje 1–1 0–5 1–6 Symbol delete vote.svg
2003–04 UEFA Cup QR Luxembourg F91 Dudelange 1–0 1–0 2–0 Symbol keep vote.svg
R1 France Girondins de Bordeaux 1–1 1–2 2–3 Symbol delete vote.svg
2004–05 UEFA Cup QR2 Ukraine Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 0–3 1–1 1–4 Symbol delete vote.svg
2005–06 UEFA Champions League QR1 Kazakhstan Kairat Almaty 4–1 (aet) 0–2 4–3 Symbol keep vote.svg
QR2 Scotland Celtic F.C. 5–0 0–4 5–4 Symbol keep vote.svg
QR3 Serbia and Montenegro FK Partizan 0–0 0–0 0–0 (4–3 p) Symbol keep vote.svg
Group H Italy Inter Milan 0–1 0–4 3rd place Symbol delete vote.svg
Portugal F.C. Porto 0–0 3–2
Scotland Rangers F.C. 2–2 0–0
2005–06 UEFA Cup R32 Bulgaria Levski Sofia 0–1 0–2 0–3 Symbol delete vote.svg
2006–07 UEFA Cup QR1 Georgia (country) WIT Georgia 1–2 2–0 3–2 Symbol keep vote.svg
QR2 Belarus Dinamo Minsk 2–1 3–2 5–3 Symbol keep vote.svg
R1 Spain RCD Espanyol 2–2 1–3 3–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
2007–08 UEFA Cup QR1 Moldova Zimbru Chișinău 1–1 2–2 3–3 (a) Symbol keep vote.svg
QR2 Armenia FC Mika 2–0 1–2 3–2 Symbol keep vote.svg
R1 Greece Panathinaikos F.C. 1–2 0–3 1–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
2008–09 UEFA Champions League QR1 Malta Valletta F.C. 1–0 2–0 3–0 Symbol keep vote.svg
QR2 Finland Tampere United 4–2 3–1 7–3 Symbol keep vote.svg
QR3 Italy Juventus F.C. 1–1 0–4 1–5 Symbol delete vote.svg
2008–09 UEFA Cup R1 Portugal S.C. Braga 0–2 0–4 0–6 Symbol delete vote.svg

Stadium[edit]

Previous Petržalka stadium

Artmedia used to play their home matches at Štadión Petržalka. The pitch at the place of the stadium has been there for more than a hundred years. Even before World War II, the stadium was the venue of several international matches. Although destroyed during the war, new stand soon arose from the ruins of the old one and the stadium started to resemble its current look. Major changes have occurred in last ten years, following improvements in Artmedia's footballing results. Stands behind goals were totally reconstructed and a new one was built along the pitch.

Today's estimated capacity is 10,000; it is however impossible to give the exact value, because older part of the stadium still remains for standing visitors. The average attendance of league matches at this stadium is floating above 4,000, one of the highest in Slovakia. However, the stadium does not meet some of the UEFA criteria, therefore the club has been forced to play its international matches elsewhere. Notably, they played their 2005–06 UEFA Champions League campaign at Tehelné pole, home venue of crosstown rivals Slovan Bratislava.

New stadium[edit]

Stadium FC Petržalka 1898 (Slovak: Štadión FC Petržalka 1898) is a home football stadium in Petržalka, Slovakia. It serves as home stadium for football club FC Petržalka 1898. The stadium was built in 2011 and opened in 2012. The first match was played between the home club FC Petržalka 1898 and FC Nitra B, on 5 August 2012, Petržalka loss 1–3. In the future stadium capacity should be increased. Currently stadium has a one grandstand (with 800 seated places), other places are on the state (estimated 1500).


Sponsorship[edit]

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
1998–1999 Puma Telenor
1999–2000 NIKE
2000–2002 grafobal
2002–2004 LEGEA
2004–2006 Puma
2006–2011 Adidas
2011–2014 Kappa none
2014–2016 Erreà
2016-present TK ESTATE

Current squad[edit]

Updated 11 February 2018 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Slovakia GK Michal Petrovič
2 Slovakia DF Ivan Žiga
3 Slovakia DF Valentín Majerčák
4 Slovakia DF Peter Sopúch
5 Slovakia DF Martin Walla
5 Slovakia DF Ladislav Horvát
6 Slovakia MF Alan Zemeš
7 Slovakia MF Jakub Hronec
8 Slovakia MF Tomáš Uhlík
9 Slovakia MF Tomáš Pochyba
9 Slovakia FW Dávid Kondrlík
10 Slovakia MF Boris Turčák (Captain)
13 Slovakia DF Dávid Marko
14 Slovakia DF Dominik Košťál
No. Position Player
15 Slovakia MF Peter Čapla
16 Slovakia MF Maroš Pilát
17 Slovakia FW František Hečko
18 Slovakia FW Michal Maco
19 Slovakia DF Matúš Hitka
20 Slovakia MF Lukáš Čemba
21 Slovakia DF Martin Walla
22 Spain FW Tino Miguez
23 Slovakia MF Patrik Kavoň
29 Slovakia GK Milan Valašik
30 Slovakia GK Martin Hajtmánek
33 Slovakia MF Juraj Piroska (vice-captain)
77 Slovakia MF František Lády

Staff[edit]

[21]

Current technical staff[edit]

As of 30 July 2017
Staff Job title
Slovakia Balázs Borbély Manager
Slovakia Dominik Tóth Assistant manager
Slovakia Miroslav Holčík Goalkeeping coach
Slovakia Viliam Kálman Physio
Slovakia Vladimír Koník Youth head coach

Notable players[edit]

Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Petržalka.

Past (and present) players who are the subjects of Wikipedia articles can be found here.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2014–15 Slovak fifth league statistics Archived 8 August 2014 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ a b c "On The Continent: The Fall Of Artmedia". Archived from the original on 7 July 2009. 
  3. ^ Stewart Fisher (16 October 2005). "Art Attack Artmedia Bratislava:A colourful past". Sunday Herald. 
  4. ^ https://www.webcitation.org/6G2uBP14Z?url=http://www.fifa.com/tournaments/archive/tournament%3D107/edition%3D4735/news/newsid%3D100563.html
  5. ^ "Artmedia, more than a name". FIFA.com. 27 September 2005. Archived from the original on 10 November 2012. 
  6. ^ "Ravens gathering around stricken Artmedia". UEFA. 23 September 2008. Archived from the original on 26 January 2010. 
  7. ^ Kairat Almaty – FC Petrzalka 1898 : 2–0 (Match Report) ScoresPro.com
  8. ^ FC Petrzalka 1898 – Kairat Almaty : 4–1 (Match Report) ScoresPro.com
  9. ^ Petržalka – Kairat 4–1 uefa.com
  10. ^ Petržalka – Celtic 5–0 uefa.com
  11. ^ Petržalka – Celtic 5–0 youtube.com
  12. ^ "Weiss ends Artmedia adventure". uefa.com. Retrieved 8 April 2018. 
  13. ^ "Futbal: V Petržalke nastal masívny odliv kvalitných hráčov". atlas.sk. Retrieved 8 April 2018. 
  14. ^ "Lády: O víťazstve Slovana rozhodla väčšia efektivita". petrzalskenoviny.sk. Retrieved 12 June 2018. 
  15. ^ "Zajtra duel v Moste pri Bratislave, po 2209 dňoch na dosah návrat do 2. ligy!". fcpetrzalka.sk. Retrieved 12 June 2018. 
  16. ^ According to the decision of Bratislava Football Association (BFZ) The two groups of IV. liga (14 teams each) in season 2014-15 were changed to one group of IV. liga (16 teams) for season 2015-16, that's why no promotion from V. liga was made this season."Konferencia BFZ schválila reorganizáciu svojich súťaží od súť. ročníka 2015/2016". futbalnet.sk. Retrieved 12 June 2018. 
  17. ^ "Hostia nastúpili len s ôsmimi hráčmi a diváci videli len prvý polčas. Report zo zápasu seniorov". fcpetrzalka.sk. Retrieved 12 June 2018. 
  18. ^ "Report z prvého jarného zápasu seniorov. TJ Jarovce – FCPA 1:1, po kontumácii 0:3!". fcpetrzalka.sk. Retrieved 12 June 2018. 
  19. ^ "Seniori v nedeľu zvíťazili kontumačne". fcpetrzalka.sk. Retrieved 12 June 2018. 
  20. ^ "Zápas s Viničným zrušený, súper nepricestuje!". fcpetrzalka.sk. Retrieved 12 June 2018. 
  21. ^ "Petržalka sa šplhá nahor, majstrovskú nostalgiu symbolizuje nový tréner - ProFutbal.sk". profutbal.sk. Retrieved 8 April 2018. 

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