SK Slavia Praha (women)

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Slavia Praha
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Full name Sportovní klub Slavia Praha Ženy
Ground Vladivostocká UMT, Prague
Ground Capacity 1,000
Chairman Jaroslav Tvrdík
Manager Pavel Medynský
League First Division
2015–16 1st
Website Club home page

SK Slavia Praha Ženy is a Czech women's football team from Prague representing SK Slavia Prague. It competes in the Czech First Division.

History[edit]

Slavia was a pioneer in women's football in Czechoslovakia, and won the first three editions of the Czech SR Championship between 1970 and 1972. It subsequently won six more trophies until 1989, when a final between the Czech and Slovak champions was organized. Slavia were the Czechoslovakian champions in 1992 and 1993.

However, rivals Sparta Praha gained the upper hand in the new Czech League following the dissolution of Czechoslovakia. Slavia won the championship for the first time in 2003[1] and played the 2003-04 UEFA Women's Cup, where it was knocked out in the group stage by defending champion Umea IK. It has always been the league's runner-up since, ranking second to Sparta.[2] In 2011 they were close to winning their first national Cup, but lost the final to Sparta in the penalty shootout.[3] The same happened again in 2013.

In 2014 the team won the double, ending a nine-year-old winning streak of Sparta in the league. It also marked the first time Sparta didn't win the cup.

Honours[edit]

Record in UEFA Competitions[edit]

All results (home and away) list Slavia's goal tally first.

Season Competition Stage Result Opponent
2003–04 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage 2–0 Romania Clujana
3–0 Northern Ireland Newtownabbey Strikers
1–2 Sweden Umea
2014–15 Champions League Round of 32 0–1 (H), 0–3 (A) Spain Barcelona
2015–16 Champions League Round of 32 4–1 (H), 0–1 (A) Denmark Brøndby
Round of 16 2–1 (H), 0–0 (A) Russia Zvezda Perm
Quarter-final 1–9 (A), 0–0 (H) France Lyon
2016–17 Champions League Round of 32 1–1 (A), 3–2 (H) Cyprus Apollon Limassol
Round of 16 1-3 (H), 0-3 (A) Sweden FC Rosengård

Current squad[edit]

As of 14 October 2016[4]
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 Tereza Malíková
5 Czech Republic DF Veronika Pincová
6 Slovakia DF Andrea Budošová
7 Czech Republic FW Simona Necidová
8 Czech Republic DF Jana Tomášková
9 Czech Republic MF Eva Bartoňová
10 Czech Republic MF Blanka Pěničková
11 Czech Republic FW Denisa Skálová
12 Czech Republic FW Denisa Veselá
13 Czech Republic MF Jitka Chlastáková
14 Czech Republic DF Aneta Malinová
No. Position Player
16 Czech Republic FW Tereza Szewieczková
17 Czech Republic DF Aneta Dědinová
18 Czech Republic DF Sára Juračková
19 Czech Republic FW Petra Divišová
20 Slovakia MF Diana Bartovičová
21 Czech Republic MF Kateřina Svitková
22 Czech Republic DF Lucie Hloupá
24 Czech Republic GK Barbora Sladká
25 Czech Republic MF Tereza Krejčiříková
27 Czech Republic FW Tereza Kožárová
33 Czech Republic GK Barbora Votíková

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