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Czech First League
Founded1993; 27 years ago (1993)
CountryCzech Republic
ConfederationUEFA
Number of teams16
Level on pyramid1
Relegation toCzech National Football League
Domestic cup(s)Czech Cup
International cup(s)UEFA Champions League
UEFA Europa League
Current championsSlavia Prague (5th title)
(2018–19)
Most championshipsSparta Prague (12 titles)
Top goalscorerDavid Lafata (198 goals)
TV partnersČT, O2
Websiteen.fortunaliga.cz
2019–20 Czech First League

The Czech First League, known as the Fortuna liga for sponsorship reasons, is a Czech professional league for football clubs. At the top of the Czech football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. It is contested by 16 clubs, operating a system of promotion and relegation with the Czech National Football League. Since 2018–19, seasons run from July to May, with teams playing 30 games each. Then teams are divided into three groups playing superstructure for final positions. The league is currently ranked 13th in Europe in the UEFA league rankings.

The history of the Czech football league began at the end of the 20th century. It was reorganised for the 1993–1994 season, after the dissolution of former Czechoslovakia and therefore of the Czechoslovak League. Having won 12 of league titles, Sparta Prague is the most successful team in Czech First League history. Other clubs who have won the title are Slavia Prague, Slovan Liberec, Baník Ostrava and Viktoria Plzeň.

Gambrinus liga trophy

Competition format[edit]

1993–2018[edit]

There are 16 clubs in the league. During the course of a season, which lasts from August to May, each club plays the others twice, once at their home stadium and once at that of their opponents, for a total of 30 games. In the inaugural season, two points were awarded for a win, before switching to three points for a win in 1994.[1] Teams receive one point for a draw and no points are awarded for a loss. Teams are ranked by total points, in the case of two or more teams finishing with equal points, the head-to-head record between the teams is used for ranking, counting points in relevant games, then goal difference and then goals scored. The two lowest placed teams are relegated to the second tier (Czech National Football League).

Changes from 2018[edit]

The 2018–19 season was the first season played with the new competition format. After a regular season, which lasts from July to April and which is played by the same key as previous season, the teams are divided into three groups. The top 6 teams from the regular season enter the championship group, with the first-placed team winning the championship of Czech Republic. The teams play against each other only once, having total of 5 matches. Earned points are added to the points from the regular season.

The teams from 7th–10th position in regular season take part in the Europa League play-offs. The best of them play against the fourth-placed or fifth-placed (it depends on the result of the Czech Cup and on the Czech coefficient rankings between European football leagues) of the championship group to determine who will participate in the Europa League.

The teams from 11th–16th position in regular season play by the same key as championship group. The team placed on 16th position is relegated straightly into the Czech National Football League, while teams on 15th and 14th places play relegation play-off against 2nd and 3rd team from the Czech National Football League.

Participating teams in 2019–20[edit]

Map[edit]

The following 16 clubs are competing in the 2019–20 Czech First League.

Club Stadium Capacity 2018–19 Position
1. FC Slovácko Městský fotbalový stadion Miroslava Valenty 8,121 11th
1. FK Příbram Na Litavce 9,100 14th
AC Sparta Prague Generali Česká pojišťovna Arena 19,416 3rd
Bohemians 1905 Ďolíček 5,000 13th
FC Baník Ostrava Městský stadion (Ostrava) 15,163 5th
FC Fastav Zlín Letná Stadion 6,375 9th
FC Slovan Liberec Stadion u Nisy 9,900 6th
FC Viktoria Plzeň Doosan Arena 11,722 2nd
FK Jablonec Chance Arena 6,280 4th
FK Mladá Boleslav Lokotrans Aréna 5,000 7th
FK Teplice Na Stínadlech 18,221 10th
MFK Karviná Městský stadion (Karviná) 4,862 15th
SFC Opava Stadion v Městských sadech 7,758 12th
SK Dynamo České Budějovice Stadion Střelecký ostrov 6,681 1st (FNL)
SK Sigma Olomouc Andrův stadion 12,566 8th
SK Slavia Prague Sinobo Stadium 20,800 1st

Sponsorship[edit]

In 1997 the league started a sponsorship deal with Plzeňský Prazdroj, a. s. and became known as the Gambrinus liga (after the company's Gambrinus beer).[2] In 2008, the sponsorship was extended until the end of the 2013–14 season.[3]

In May 2014, the league announced a four-year sponsorship deal with betting firm Synot, becoming the Synot liga.[4] However, in January 2016 the company announced that their deal would conclude at the end of the 2015–16 season.[5]

In July 2016 a new two-year sponsorship deal was announced, with the league partnering ePojisteni.cz, an online insurance company. The league subsequently became known as the ePojisteni.cz liga. Due to a government subsidy scandal and the arrest of FAČR chairman Miroslav Pelta, ePojisteni.cz terminated the contract prematurely in May 2017.[6]

In October 2016 FAČR, LFA and Czech betting company Fortuna signed a 6-year partnership deal. In accordance with this deal, the Czech First League will be called Fortuna liga from the 2018–19 season.[7]

Champions[edit]

Year by year[edit]

Season Champions Runner-up Third place Top goalscorer Club
1993–94 Sparta Prague (1) Slavia Prague Baník Ostrava Czech Republic Horst Siegl (20) Sparta Prague
1994–95 Sparta Prague (2) Slavia Prague Brno Czech Republic Radek Drulák (15) Drnovice
1995–96 Slavia Prague (1) Sigma Olomouc Jablonec Czech Republic Radek Drulák (22) Drnovice
1996–97 Sparta Prague (3) Slavia Prague Jablonec Czech Republic Horst Siegl (19) Sparta Prague
1997–98 Sparta Prague (4) Slavia Prague Sigma Olomouc Czech Republic Horst Siegl (13) Sparta Prague
1998–99 Sparta Prague (5) Teplice Slavia Prague Czech Republic Horst Siegl (18) Sparta Prague
1999–00 Sparta Prague (6) Slavia Prague Drnovice Czech Republic Vratislav Lokvenc (22) Sparta Prague
2000–01 Sparta Prague (7) Slavia Prague Sigma Olomouc Czech Republic Vítězslav Tuma (15) Drnovice
2001–02 Slovan Liberec (1) Sparta Prague Viktoria Žižkov Czech Republic Jiří Štajner (15) Slovan Liberec
2002–03 Sparta Prague (8) Slavia Prague Viktoria Žižkov Czech Republic Jiří Kowalík (16) 1. FC Synot
2003–04 Baník Ostrava (1) Sparta Prague Sigma Olomouc Czech Republic Marek Heinz (19) Baník Ostrava
2004–05 Sparta Prague (9) Slavia Prague Teplice Czech Republic Tomáš Jun (14) Sparta Prague
2005–06 Slovan Liberec (2) Mladá Boleslav Slavia Prague Slovakia Milan Ivana (11) Slovácko
2006–07 Sparta Prague (10) Slavia Prague Mladá Boleslav Czech Republic Luboš Pecka (16) Mladá Boleslav
2007–08 Slavia Prague (2) Sparta Prague Baník Ostrava Czech Republic Václav Svěrkoš (15) Baník Ostrava
2008–09 Slavia Prague (3) Sparta Prague Slovan Liberec Croatia Andrej Kerić (15) Slovan Liberec
2009–10 Sparta Prague (11) Jablonec Baník Ostrava Czech Republic Michal Ordoš (12) Sigma Olomouc
2010–11 Viktoria Plzeň (1) Sparta Prague Jablonec Czech Republic David Lafata (19) Jablonec
2011–12 Slovan Liberec (3) Sparta Prague Viktoria Plzeň Czech Republic David Lafata (25) Jablonec
2012–13 Viktoria Plzeň (2) Sparta Prague Slovan Liberec Czech Republic David Lafata (20) Jablonec, Sparta Prague
2013–14 Sparta Prague (12) Viktoria Plzeň Mladá Boleslav Czech Republic Josef Hušbauer (18) Sparta Prague
2014–15 Viktoria Plzeň (3) Sparta Prague Jablonec Czech Republic David Lafata (20) Sparta Prague
2015–16 Viktoria Plzeň (4) Sparta Prague Slovan Liberec Czech Republic David Lafata (20) Sparta Prague
2016–17 Slavia Prague (4) Viktoria Plzeň Sparta Prague Czech Republic Milan Škoda / Czech Republic David Lafata (15) Slavia Prague / Sparta Prague
2017–18 Viktoria Plzeň (5) Slavia Prague Jablonec Czech Republic Michael Krmenčík (16) Viktoria Plzeň
2018–19 Slavia Prague (5) Viktoria Plzeň Sparta Prague Russia Nikolay Komlichenko (29) Mladá Boleslav

Performance by Club[edit]

Club Winners Runners-up Winning Years
Sparta Prague
12
9
1993–94, 1994–95, 1996–97, 1997–98, 1998–99, 1999–00, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2004–05, 2006–07, 2009–10, 2013–14
Slavia Prague
5
10
1995–96, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2016–17, 2018–19
Viktoria Plzeň
5
3
2010–11, 2012–13, 2014–15, 2015–16, 2017–18
Slovan Liberec
3
0
2001–02, 2005–06, 2011–12
Baník Ostrava
1
0
2003–04
Sigma Olomouc
0
1
Teplice
0
1
Mladá Boleslav
0
1
Jablonec
0
1

Media coverage[edit]

Country Broadcaster
 Austria Sportdigital
 Germany
  Switzerland
 Czech Republic ČT Sport, O2 TV, Tipsport, Chance, Fortuna
 Poland Polsat Sport, IPLA
 Romania Telekom Sport
 Slovakia Orange Sport
 Slovenia TV 3
 Albania Arena Sport
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
 Croatia
 Montenegro
 Republic of Macedonia
 Serbia
 Egypt Time Sports

Managers[edit]

As of 4 January 2020.
Name Club Appointed
Czech Republic Jindřich Trpišovský Slavia Prague 22 December 2017
Slovakia Adrián Guľa Viktoria Plzeň 18 December 2019
Czech Republic Václav Kotal Sparta Prague 18 February 2020
Czech Republic Petr Rada Jablonec 14 December 2017
Czech Republic Luboš Kozel Baník Ostrava 3 January 2020
Czech Republic Pavel Hoftych Slovan Liberec 13 June 2019
Czech Republic Jozef Weber Mladá Boleslav 27 February 2018
Czech Republic Radoslav Látal Sigma Olomouc 31 May 2019
Czech Republic Jan Kameník Fastav Zlín 7 October 2019
Czech Republic Stanislav Hejkal Teplice 25 September 2018
Czech Republic Martin Svědík Slovácko 10 November 2018
Czech Republic Jiří Balcárek Opava 12 November 2019
Czech Republic Luděk Klusáček Bohemians 1905 10 October 2019
Czech Republic Roman Nádvorník Příbram 18 March 2019
Slovakia Juraj Jarábek Karviná 13 November 2019
Czech Republic David Horejš České Budějovice 12 October 2015

All time Czech First League table[edit]

As of 1 June 2019.

The table counts all the seasons since the Czech First League was founded in 1993.[8]

Pos Team Seas GP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 AC Sparta Prague 26 785 490 165 130 1452 617 835 1617
2 SK Slavia Prague 26 785 403 209 173 1273 745 528 1402
3 FC Slovan Liberec 26 785 342 221 222 1050 834 216 1236
4 FK Jablonec 25 755 297 212 246 1020 867 153 1103
5 FC Viktoria Plzeň 22 665 308 162 195 973 747 226 1074
6 SK Sigma Olomouc 24 722 282 196 244 919 829 90 1028
7 FC Baník Ostrava 25 756 258 222 276 967 961 6 982
8 FK Teplice 23 692 258 203 231 875 809 66 977
9 FC Zbrojovka Brno 24 720 242 186 292 840 948 -108 902
10 1. FK Příbram 20 605 180 155 270 650 866 -216 695
11 FK Mladá Boleslav 15 455 190 122 143 683 567 116 692
12 1. FC Slovácko 17 515 162 140 213 568 651 -83 626
13 SK Dynamo České Budějovice 18 540 151 153 236 551 798 -247 595
14 Bohemians 1905 17 515 138 149 228 496 707 -211 555
15 FK Viktoria Žižkov 14 420 144 106 170 478 539 -61 526
16 FC Fastav Zlín 14 424 124 116 184 408 568 -160 478
17 FC Hradec Králové 14 420 105 113 202 374 601 -227 419
18 FK Drnovice 10 300 114 67 119 392 398 -6 396
19 FK Dukla Prague 9 275 77 76 122 325 420 -95 306
20 SFC Opava 9 275 75 71 129 307 411 -104 296
21 FK Chmel Blšany 8 240 67 63 110 255 350 -95 264
22 FC Vysočina Jihlava 7 210 55 61 94 221 315 -94 226
23 SK Kladno 4 120 28 30 62 99 173 -74 114
24 FC Union Cheb 3 90 29 26 35 95 121 -26 100
25 MFK Karviná 3 95 25 21 49 113 147 -34 96
26 FK SIAD Most 3 90 19 30 41 96 140 -44 87
27 FK Bohemians Praha (Střížkov) 2 60 14 8 38 60 111 -51 50
28 FC Karviná 2 60 12 12 36 53 105 -52 48
29 1. SC Znojmo 1 30 6 9 15 32 49 -17 27
30 FK Ústí nad Labem 1 30 4 7 19 22 67 -45 19
31 FC Slovácká Slavia Uherské Hradiště 1 30 3 8 19 19 65 -46 17
32 MFK Vítkovice 1 30 3 7 20 22 64 -42 13
33 FK Švarc Benešov 1 30 3 3 24 23 78 -55 12
34 AFK Atlantic Lázně Bohdaneč 1 30 2 5 23 18 61 -43 11
  • Point deductions are not counted into this historical table (2004–05: 1. FC Slovácko −12, SFC Opava −6, Slovan Liberec −6; 2009–10: Bohemians Praha (Střížkov) −15; 2011–12: Sigma Olomouc −9).
  • In season 1993–94 wins were awarded by 2 points.
  • Highlighted teams will be competing in the 2019–20 Czech First League.

Statistics[edit]

UEFA coefficients[edit]

The following data indicates Czech coefficient rankings between European football leagues.[9]

Attendance[edit]

Season Total Average Highest Home Av. Club
1993–94 1,116,885 4,653 23,111 9,501 Brno
1994–95 1,380,060 5,750 34,770 20,523 Brno
1995–96 1,225,755 5,107 26,872 12,283 Brno
1996–97 1,710,045 7,125 44,120 21,659 Brno
1997–98 1,477,515 6,156 31,730 15,365 Brno
1998–99 1,447,875 6,033 24,400 13,207 Brno
1999–00 1,433,355 5,972 23,800 11,280 Opava
2000–01 1,091,882 4,549 16,350 7,718 Olomouc
2001–02 1,113,325 4,722 16,300 7,490 Ostrava
2002–03 935,927 3,899 18,228 6,175 Sparta Prague
2003–04 1,158,523 4,827 20,032 15,376 Ostrava
2004–05 921,658 3,840 15,419 8,028 Ostrava
2005–06 980,633 4,085 20,318 7,211 Sparta Prague
2006–07 1,173,869 4,891 20,565 11,848 Sparta Prague
2007–08 1,237,660 5,156 20,698 11,022 Ostrava
2008–09 1,119,410 4,664 20,500 11,971 Slavia Prague
2009–10 1,177,014 4,924 19,370 10,766 Sparta Prague
2010–11 1,073,690 4,473 18,873 8,665 Sparta Prague
2011–12 1,130,540 4,710 18,299 10,322 Sparta Prague
2012–13 1,151,464 4,797 19,410 10,046 Plzeň
2013–14 1,216,389 5,068 19,089 11,340 Sparta Prague
2014–15 1,137,131 4,738 18,665 10,868 Plzeň
2015–16 1,219,366 5,080 18,684 10,618 Plzeň
2016–17 1,172,619 4,886 19,084 11,625 Slavia Prague
2017–18 1,331,016 5,546 19,084 12,431 Slavia Prague
2018–19 1,533,390 5,536 19,370 13,456 Slavia Prague

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Player records[edit]

As of 16 February 2020.[13]

Following statistics count only seasons of Czech First League since its inception in 1993.

Clubs are in order of the first appearance.

Highlighted players currently plays in the Czech First League.

Most appearances[edit]

# Name Matches Years active Clubs
1 Czech Republic Stanislav Vlček 436 1993–2012 Bohemians 1905, České Budějovice, Olomouc, Slavia Prague
2 Czech Republic Martin Vaniak 432 1993–2011 Olomouc, Drnovice, Most, Slavia Prague
Czech Republic Rudolf Otepka 432 1996–2012 Zlín, Příbram, Drnovice, Ostrava, Olomouc, České Budějovice
4 Czech Republic Pavel Horváth 426 1993–2015 Sparta Prague, Jablonec, Slavia Prague, Teplice, Plzeň
5 Czech Republic David Lafata 418 1999–2018 České Budějovice, Jablonec, Sparta Prague
6 Czech Republic Libor Došek 407 1998–2016 Brno, Blšany, Liberec, Sparta Prague, Teplice, Slovácko
7 Czech Republic Miroslav Holeňák 404 1993–2011 Zlín, Drnovice, Liberec, Slavia Prague
8 Czech Republic Jaromír Blažek 401 1993–2015 Žižkov, Bohemians 1905, Slavia Prague, Sparta Prague, Příbram, Jihlava
9 Czech Republic Marek Kulič 389 1998–2014 Lázně Bohdaneč, Drnovice, Příbram, České Budějovice, Mladá Boleslav, Sparta Prague, Hradec Králové
10 Czech Republic Milan Petržela 381 2003– Slovácko, Jablonec, Sparta Prague, Plzeň
Czech Republic David Limberský 376 2003– Plzeň, Sparta Prague

Most appearances (expatriate players)[edit]

# Name Matches Years active Clubs
1 Bosnia and Herzegovina Admir Ljevaković 282 2007– Teplice
2 Slovakia Karol Kisel 279 2000–2013 Bohemians 1905, Liberec, Sparta Prague, Slavia Prague
3 Slovakia Matúš Kozáčik 242 2003–2019 Slavia Prague, Sparta Prague, Plzeň
4 Slovakia Marek Bakoš 217 2009–2019 Plzeň, Liberec
5 France Alexandre Mendy 207 2003–2011 Příbram, Most, Mladá Boleslav
6 Bosnia and Herzegovina Aidin Mahmutović 206 2008–2016 Teplice, Plzeň, Olomouc, Příbram
7 Brazil Daniel Rossi Silva 205 2007–2016 Olomouc, Jablonec
8 Zimbabwe Kennedy Chihuri 200 1996–2004 Slavia Prague, Žižkov
9 Slovakia Róbert Zeher 187 2004–2012 Opava, Ostrava, Blšany, Slovácko, Jablonec
10 Slovakia Rastislav Michalík 185 1997–2004 Příbram, Liberec, Sparta Prague

Appearances by age[edit]

Record Name Club Season Age
Youngest player Czech Republic Dominik Mašek Příbram 2014–15 15 years, 10 months, 18 days
Oldest player Czech Republic Jaromír Blažek Jihlava 2014–15 42 years, 4 months, 24 days

Most goals[edit]

# Name Goals Matches Years active Clubs
1 Czech Republic David Lafata 198 418 1999–2018 České Budějovice, Jablonec, Sparta Prague
2 Czech Republic Horst Siegl 134 310 1993–2006 Sparta Prague, Příbram, Plzeň, Most
3 Czech Republic Libor Došek 125 407 1998–2016 Brno, Blšany, Liberec, Sparta Prague, Teplice, Slovácko
4 Czech Republic Milan Škoda 94 302 2007–2019 Bohemians 1905, Slavia Prague
Czech Republic Stanislav Vlček 94 436 1993–2012 Bohemians 1905, České Budějovice, Olomouc, Slavia Prague
6 Czech Republic Luděk Zelenka 92 342 1995–2009 Jablonec, Žižkov, Slavia Prague, Teplice, Blšany, Brno, Bohemians 1905
7 Czech Republic Marek Kulič 88 389 1998–2014 Lázně Bohdaneč, Drnovice, Příbram, České Budějovice, Mladá Boleslav, Sparta Prague, Hradec Králové
8 Czech Republic Vratislav Lokvenc 82 201 1993–2000 Hradec Králové, Sparta Prague
Czech Republic Pavel Horváth 82 426 1993–2015 Sparta Prague, Jablonec, Slavia Prague, Teplice, Plzeň
10 Czech Republic Jan Nezmar 80 311 1999–2012 Opava, Liberec, Slovácko

Most goals (expatriate players)[edit]

# Name Goals Matches Years active Clubs
1 Bosnia and Herzegovina Aidin Mahmutović 70 206 2008–2016 Teplice, Plzeň, Olomouc, Příbram
2 Slovakia Marek Bakoš 67 217 2009–2019 Plzeň, Liberec
3 Slovakia Karol Kisel 49 279 2000–2013 Bohemians 1905, Liberec, Sparta Prague, Slavia Prague
4 Russia Nikolay Komlichenko 46 76 2016–2019 Liberec, Mladá Boleslav
5 Bosnia and Herzegovina Muris Mešanović 44 136 2012–2019 Jihlava, Slavia Prague, Mladá Boleslav
6 Slovakia Michal Ďuriš 38 164 2010–2016 Plzeň, Mladá Boleslav
7 Croatia Andrej Kerić 36 135 2008–2013 Liberec, Sparta Prague, Teplice
8 Argentina Leandro Lázzaro Liuni 34 83 1998–2001 Liberec, Sparta Prague
9 Slovakia Ľubomír Reiter 31 90 2001–2007 Olomouc, Slavia Prague
Cameroon Leonard Kweuke 31 74 2010–2013 Sparta Prague
France Jean-David Beauguel 31 118 2014– Dukla Prague, Zlín, Plzeň

Goal scorers by age[edit]

Record Name Club Season Age
Youngest scorer Czech Republic Adam Hložek Sparta Prague 2018–19 16 years, 7 months, 15 days
Oldest scorer Czech Republic Pavel Zavadil Opava 2019–20 41 years, 3 months, 19 days

Most clean sheets[edit]

# Name Clean sheets Matches Years active Clubs
1 Czech Republic Jaromír Blažek 157 401 1993–2015 Žižkov, Bohemians 1905, Slavia Prague, Sparta Prague, Příbram, Jihlava
2 Czech Republic Martin Vaniak 153 432 1993–2011 Olomouc, Drnovice, Most, Slavia Prague
3 Slovakia Matúš Kozáčik 111 242 2003–2019 Slavia Prague, Sparta Prague, Plzeň
4 Czech Republic Tomáš Poštulka 110 309 1993–2008 Drnovice, Dukla Prague, Hradec Králové, Sparta Prague, Teplice, Plzeň
5 Czech Republic Michal Špit 101 300 2000–2016 Příbram, Sparta Prague, Jablonec
6 Czech Republic Tomáš Grigar 97 279 2005– Sparta Prague, Teplice
7 Czech Republic Radek Černý 90 212 1994–2014 České Budějovice, Cheb, Slavia Prague
8 Czech Republic Petr Drobisz 88 289 1998–2014 Jablonec, Slovácko, Olomouc, Znojmo
9 Czech Republic Vít Baránek 83 276 1995–2012 Ostrava, Opava, Zlín
10 Czech Republic Luboš Přibyl 77 241 1993–2002 Olomouc, Brno
Czech Republic Aleš Hruška 75 274 2008– Žižkov, Příbram, Mladá Boleslav, Plzeň

Most yellow cards[edit]

# Name Yellow cards Matches Years active Clubs
1 Bosnia and Herzegovina Admir Ljevaković 103 282 2007– Teplice
2 Czech Republic Pavel Horváth 97 426 1993–2015 Sparta Prague, Jablonec, Slavia Prague, Teplice, Plzeň
3 Czech Republic Tomáš Hunal 89 346 1995–2010 Slavia Prague, Žižkov, Teplice, Příbram, České Budějovice

Most red cards[edit]

# Name Red cards Matches Years active Clubs
1 Czech Republic Jaroslav Šilhavý 9 137 1993–1999 Slavia Prague, Drnovice, Žižkov
Czech Republic Stanislav Marek 9 199 1993–2002 Liberec, České Budějovice
Czech Republic Marcel Mácha 9 235 1995–2008 Liberec, Příbram
Czech Republic Miloslav Penner 9 249 1995–2008 Slovácká Slavia Uherské Hradiště, FC Karviná, České Budějovice, Příbram, Zlín

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