Team Maps

Czech League and Cup winners (includes Czechoslovakia)

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Hovering the mouse over the League winner will show the top four for that year.
Hovering the mouse over the Cup winner reveals the opponent and score for the final.
Click for an interactive League map with league and cup history.

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  • 1896
 
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Notes

  •  1: Between 1896-1902 the Mistrovství Cech was played. This involved Prague teams only and is not considered an official title.
  •  2: DFC Prag (Deutscher FC Prag) were an ethnically German, Prague based team, which at the time was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. They also appeared in the first German League final in 1903.
  •  3: Between 1909-1917 the Mistrovství CSF was played. Again this was generally competed for by Prague teams only, the exceptions being 1912 & 1913, with both titles being claimed on the winning clubs websites.
  •  4: AC Sparta Praha have had a number of name changes over the years. Most changes occured during the communist era and involved industrial sponsership (ČKD), youth movement & gymnastics organization (Sokol/Sokolovo) and TJ which stood for Physical Union (common with a lot of teams).
    The full name change history is 1893 AC Královské Vinohrady, 1894 AC Sparta, 1948 AC Sparta Bubeneč, 1949 Sokol Bratrství Sparta, 1951 Sparta ČKD Sokolovo, 1953 TJ Spartak Praha Sokolovo, 1964 TJ Sparta ČKD Praha, 1990 TJ Sparta Praha & 1991 AC Sparta Praha.
  •  5: SK Slavia Praha like most teams in the league had many name changes in the communist era.
    A list of the main name changes are 1892 SK Akademický Cyklistický Odbor Slavia Praha, 1893 SK Slavia Praha, 1948 Sokol Slavia Praha, 1949 Dynamo Slavia Praha, 1953 Dynamo Praha & 1965 SK Slavia Praha (with a period between 1973 to 1978 being called TJ Slavia Praha).
  •  6: Between 1918-1924 the Mistrovství Stredoceské zupy was played. Although generally not a national competition it had national play-offs in 1919 & 1922, both titles being claimed on AC Sparta's website.
  •  7: The Czech National Profesionální liga began in the 1924/25 season.
  •  8: 1934/35 saw the start of the Státní liga. This included Slovak clubs.

Research

I've cross referenced as much as possible and added links to the new club website where possible. Many thanks goes to the RSSSF Archive, which was an invaluable source of information whenever an insolvable fact was needed. If you need to find a football answer, it will be on there somewhere.