Czech Score
UEFA European Championship
Bulgaria 2
Czech 2
1
0
L
Czech 2
Kosovo 4
2
1
W
Czech 1
England 3
2
1
W
Montenegro 2
Czech 2
0
3
W
Kosovo 1
Czech 2
2
1
L
Czech 3
Montenegro 3
3
0
W
Czech 2
Bulgaria 4
2
1
W
England
Czech 2
5
0
L
International Friendly
Czech 1
Northern Ireland 1
2
3
L
Czech
Brazil 2
1
3
L
Czech Fixtures
UEFA European Championship
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England
Czech Player
# Name Position
 
Jan Sykora Central Midfield
1
Tomas Vaclik Goalkeeper
16
Ondrej Kolar Goalkeeper
23
Jiri Pavlenka Goalkeeper
 
Tomas Koubek Goalkeeper
2
Pavel Kaderabek Defender
3
Ondrej Celustka Defender
5
Vladimir Coufal Defender
15
Tomas Soucek Defender
22
Filip Novak Defender
 
Patrizio Stronati Defender
 
Hovorka David Defender
 
Radim Reznik Defender
 
Daniel Pudil Defender
 
Theodor Gebre Selassie Defender
7
Ladislav Krejci Midfielder
8
Vladimir Darida Midfielder
12
Lukas Masopust Midfielder
17
Ondrej Kudela Midfielder
19
Martin Dolezal Midfielder
 
Josef Sural Midfielder
 
Michal Travnik Midfielder
 
Stanislav Tecl Midfielder
 
Antonin Barak Midfielder
 
Ondrej Petrak Midfielder
 
David Pavelka Midfielder
 
Borek Dockal Midfielder
 
Jan Kopic Midfielder
 
Milan Skoda Midfielder
 
Patrik Schick Midfielder
 
Marek Suchy Midfielder
11
Michal Krmencik Forward
13
Petr Sevcik Forward
 
Matej Vydra Forward
 
Jiri Skalak Left Wing
 
Tomas Horava Right Midfield
4
Jakub Brabec Left Midfield
 
Jaromir Zmrhal Attacking Midfield
21
Alex Kral Defensive Midfield
18
Jan Boril Right Back
20
Lukas Kalvach Right Back
 
Stefan Simic Right Back
6
Tomas Kalas Centre Back
10
Josef Husbauer Centre Back
14
Jakub Jankto Centre Back
 
Martin Frydek Centre Back
9
Zdenek Ondrasek Centre Forward
 
Libor Kozak Centre Forward
 
Jaroslav Silhavy Coach
About Czech
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  • Name: Czech
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  • Established Date: 1901-01-01
  • Coach: Jaroslav Silhavy
The Czech National Football League (Czech: Fotbalová národní liga, FNL), currently known as Fortuna národní liga due to sponsorship reasons, is the second level professional association football league in the Czech Republic. Before 2013 it was known as 2. liga or Druhá liga. The top two teams each season are eligible for promotion to the Czech First League. The league replaced the I.?NL (I. ?eská národní liga; First Czech National League), which had been established following the end of the nationwide Czechoslovak Second League in 1977. The league became known as simply II. liga (Second League) in 1993 following the establishment of the Czech Republic as an independent state.