MFK Vyškov

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Vyškov
MFK Vyškov logo.gif
Full name Městský fotbalový klub Vyškov
Founded 1931 (as SK Vyškov)
Ground Stadion Vyskov
Ground Capacity 2,800
Manager Miloslav Machálek
League Moravian–Silesian Football League
2014–15 12th

MFK Vyškov is a Czech football club located in the town of Vyškov in the South Moravian Region. It currently plays in the Moravian–Silesian Football League, which is at the third level of Czech competitive football.

Vyškov has taken part in the Czech Cup a number of times, reaching the third round in the 2006–07 edition.

The club changed names on 1 January 2012, changing from SK Rostex Vyškov to MFK Vyškov.[1]

Historical names[edit]

  • 1931–1938: SK Vyškov
  • 1939–1949: HSK (Hanácký sportovní klub)
  • 1949–1953: Sokol Vyškov
  • 1953–1966: Slavoj Vyškov
  • 1966–1993: TJ Vyškov
  • 1993–2011: SK Rostex Vyškov
  • 2012: MFK Vyškov

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fotbalisté Rostexu hráli na podzim jako podle jarních not" (in Czech). denik.cz. 29 November 2011. Retrieved 2 April 2012. 

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