1. SK Prostějov

1. SK Prostějov is a Czech football club from the town of Prostějov, most notable for its participation in the Czechoslovak First League in the 1930s and 1940s.

1. SK Prostějov
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Full name1. SK Prostějov
Founded1904; 116 years ago (1904)
GroundStadion Za Místním nádražím
Capacity3,500
ChairmanPetr Langr
ManagerPavel Šustr
LeagueCzech National Football League
2019–2011th
WebsiteClub website

In the 1941–42 season, it placed second in the table, after Slavia Prague. In the 1945–46 season, the club appeared for the last time in the First League. The club was then regularly appearing in the Second League of Czechoslovakia and later the Czech Republic. After the 2002–03 Czech 2. Liga, it was forcibly relegated, because its stadium did not meet the Football Association criteria.[1] In the 2015–16 season, 1. SK Prostějov was promoted and it currently plays in the second-tier Czech National Football League.

Historical namesEdit

  • 1904 SK Prostějov
  • 1948 Sokol Prostějov II
  • 1950 Sokol ČSSZ Prostějov
  • 1953 Tatran Prostějov
  • 1957 Slovan Prostějov
  • 1959 TJ Železárny Prostějov
  • 1990 SK Prostějov fotbal
  • 1995 SK LeRK Prostějov (following merger with FC LeRK Brno)
  • 2006 1.SK Prostějov

PlayersEdit

Current squadEdit

As of 22 August, 2020.[2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   CZE Filip Mucha
5 DF   CZE Roman Bala
6 MF   CZE Štěpán Langer
7 DF   CZE Šimon Šmehyl
8 MF   NGA Solomon Omale
9 MF   CZE Jakub Matoušek
10 FW   CZE Martin Zikl
12 FW   CZE Jan Šteigl
13 DF   CZE Michal Stříž
14 MF   CZE Jakub Kopřiva
15 DF   CZE Daniel Bialek (on loan from Frýdek-Místek)
No. Pos. Nation Player
16 DF   CZE Lubomír Machynek
17 MF   CZE Jiří Spáčil
18 DF   CZE Michael Sečkář
19 MF   CZE David Jurásek
21 DF   CZE Aleš Schuster
22 MF   CZE Michal Zapletal
23 MF   UKR Oleksandr Pernatskyi
24 DF   CZE Martin Sus
27 GK   SVK Miloslav Bréda
99 FW   CZE David Píchal

European competitionsEdit

Prostějov competed in the 1936 and 1937 editions of the Mitropa Cup, reaching the quarter finals in 1936.[3]

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