FK Fotbal Třinec

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Fotbal Třinec
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Full name Fotbalový klub Fotbal Třinec a.s.
Founded 1921
Ground Stadion Rudolfa Labaje
Ground Capacity 2,200
Chairman Karel Kula
Manager Radim Nečas
League Czech 2. Liga
2015–16 13th
Website www.fotbaltrinec.cz

FK Fotbal Třinec is a football club based in Třinec, Czech Republic. It plays in the Czech 2. Liga. It is sponsored by the Třinec Iron and Steel Works; in the past the club bore the name of the company.

The club's highest achievement was the presence in the Czechoslovak First League, where the club was present for six seasons in the 1960s and 1970s.[1]

History[edit]

Czechoslovak era[edit]

In 1921 Polish population of the town of Třinec (Trzyniec) founded KS Siła Trzyniec, ethnically Polish sport club. In the same year local German population founded DSV Trzynietz. Two years later Czechs founded their own club SK Třinec. After the communist coup d'état of 1948, communists began to curb the number of organizations in Czechoslovakia and the Polish club was fused to the Czech one in 1952. The club played in the Czechoslovak First League for the first time in the 1963–64 season and returned to play three consecutive seasons there between 1970–71 and 1972–73. Two more seasons in the top flight followed in 1974–75 and 1975–76 before the club was relegated from the top flight.[1]

Czech era[edit]

After the dissolution of Czechoslovakia, the club regularly took part in the Czech 2. Liga. An eight year spell there was followed by five years in the third-tier Moravian–Silesian Football League, before a return to the Second Division came in 2006. Another stint in the Second Division followed, this time lasting for six years until relegation in 2012. The club won the Moravian–Silesian Football League in the 2012–13 season.[2]

Historic names[edit]

  • KS Siła Trzyniec (1921–1923)
  • SK Třinec (1923–1937)
  • SK TŽ Třinec (1937–1950)
  • Sokol Železárny Třinec (1950–1952)
  • TŽ Třinec (1952–1953) (merged with KS Siła Trzyniec)
  • DSO Baník Třinec (1953–1958)
  • TJ TŽ Třinec (1958–1993)
  • SK Železárny Třinec (1993–2000)
  • FK Fotbal Třinec (2000–)

Stadium[edit]

Their current home ground is Stadion Rudolfa Labaje, named after former famous local Polish footballer, Rudolf Łabaj. The stadium has a capacity of just over 2000. The club previously played at Lesní stadion, which is now mainly used for athletics.

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 4 April 2017.[3]

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 Lukáš Paleček
2 Czech Republic DF Michal Velner
4 Czech Republic MF Petr Joukl
6 Czech Republic DF Michal Stříž
7 Czech Republic MF Šimon Šumbera
8 Czech Republic MF Jiří Janoščín
9 Czech Republic DF Tomáš Benetka
10 Czech Republic MF Martin Samiec
11 Czech Republic FW Petr Hošek
12 Czech Republic DF Martin Janošík
13 Czech Republic DF Marek Čelůstka
No. Position Player
14 Czech Republic DF Imrich Bedecs
15 Slovakia MF Matej Ižvolt
16 Croatia MF Dario Krišto
17 Czech Republic MF Martin Motyčka
19 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Muamer Avdić
20 Czech Republic MF Pavel Tobiáš
21 Czech Republic FW Stanislav Vávra
22 Czech Republic GK Jiří Adamuška
25 Slovakia FW René Dedič
27 Estonia DF Mikk Reintam

Notable former players[edit]

For all players with a Wikipedia article, see Category:FK Fotbal Třinec players

Managers[edit]

History in domestic competitions[edit]

  • Seasons spent at Level 1 of the football league system: 0
  • Seasons spent at Level 2 of the football league system: 25
  • Seasons spent at Level 3 of the football league system: 10
  • Seasons spent at Level 4 of the football league system: 0

Czech Republic[edit]

Season League Placed Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Cup
1993–1994 2. liga 4th 30 13 12 5 48 32 +16 38 Round of 32
1994–1995 2. liga 12th 34 13 7 14 46 44 +2 46 First Round
1995–1996 2. liga 5th 30 12 12 6 46 33 +13 48 Round of 64
1996–1997 2. liga 12th 30 9 8 13 29 44 –15 35 Round of 16
1997–1998 2. liga 14th 28 8 4 16 21 41 –20 28 Round of 64
1998–1999 2. liga 13th 30 8 6 16 32 52 –20 30 Round of 32
1999–2000 2. liga 10th 30 9 10 11 39 60 –21 37 First Round
2000–2001 2. liga 16th 30 5 3 22 33 70 –37 18 Round of 32
2001–2002 3. liga First Round
2002–2003 3. liga Round of 64
2003–2004 3. liga First Round
2004–2005 3. liga First Round
2005–2006 3. liga Round of 64
2006–2007 2. liga 13th 30 10 2 18 21 42 –21 32 Round of 32
2007–2008 2. liga 10th 30 10 6 14 26 39 –13 36 Quarterfinals
2008–2009 2. liga 9th 30 9 12 9 31 29 +2 39 Round of 64
2009–2010 2. liga 9th 30 10 8 12 34 38 –4 38 Round of 32
2010–2011 2. liga 5th 30 12 8 10 32 34 –2 44 Round of 32
2011–2012 2. liga 15th 30 7 9 14 31 41 –10 30 Round of 64
2012–2013 3. liga Round of 16
2013–2014 2. liga 9th 30 11 6 13 37 44 –7 39 Round of 32
2014–2015 2. liga 13th 30 8 6 16 33 51 –18 30 Quarterfinals
2015–2016 2. liga 13th 28 6 9 13 29 41 –12 27 Round of 64

Honours[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Jeřábek, Luboš (2007). Ceský a ceskoslovenský fotbal – lexikon osobností a klubu (in Czech). Prague: Grada Publishing. p. 206. ISBN 978-80-247-1656-5. 
  2. ^ "Třinec derby zvládl a slaví postup do druhé ligy". denik.cz (in Czech). 9 June 2013. Retrieved 18 June 2013. 
  3. ^ "Soupiska – muži 2016/2017". FK Fotbal Třinec. Retrieved 4 April 2017. 
  4. ^ a b Schedling, Robert (4 July 2014). "Kalivoda bude trenérem Třince" (in Czech). Deník.cz. Retrieved 23 August 2014. 

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