Football Association of the Czech Republic

The Football Association of the Czech Republic (Czech: Fotbalová asociace České republiky; FAČR) or colloquially the Czech Football Association is the governing body of association football in the Czech Republic based in Prague. It organizes the lower-level league competitions in the country (the professional Czech First League and Czech Second League are organized independently) and the Czech Cup.

Football Association of the Czech Republic
UEFA
Football Association of the Czech Republic logo.svg
Founded19 October 1901
HeadquartersPrague
FIFA affiliation1907
UEFA affiliation1954
PresidentPetr Fousek [cs]
Websitehttps://facr.fotbal.cz/

HistoryEdit

First predecessor were established as Bohemian Football Union on 19 October 1901 in Austro-Hungarian constituency Kingdom of Bohemia. From 1922 to 1993, during the existence of Czechoslovakia, the association was known as the Czechoslovak Football Association (Czech: Československá asociace fotbalová; ČSAF) and controlled the Czechoslovakia national football team. After the partition of Czechoslovakia the association took the name Bohemian-Moravian Football Federation (Českomoravský fotbalový svaz; ČMFS) until June 2011.

StructureEdit

PresidentsEdit

No. President Tenure
Bohemian–Moravian Football Federation
1. František Chvalovský 1993–2001
2. Jan Obst 2001–2005
3. Pavel Mokrý 2005–2009
4. Ivan Hašek 2009–2011
Football Association of the Czech Republic
5. Miroslav Pelta 2011–2017
6. Martin Malík 2017–2021
7. Petr Fousek 2021–present

CompetitionsEdit

DivisionsEdit

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