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Sparta Prague
Full nameAthletic Club Sparta Praha Fotbal, A.S.
Nickname(s)Železná Sparta
(Iron Sparta)
Rudí
(The Reds/The Maroons)[note 1]
Foondit16 November 1893; 126 years ago (1893-11-16)
GroundGenerali Arena,
Prague
Ground Capacity19,416
ChairmanDaniel Křetínský
ManagerVáclav Kotal
LeagueCzech First League (I)
2019/203:t
WabsteidClub wabsteid

AC Sparta Prague (Czech: AC Sparta Praha [ˈaː ˈt͡sɛː ˈsparta ˈpraɦa]) is a Czech fitbaw club based in Prague. It is the maist successfu club in the Czech Republic an ane o the maist successfu in Central Europe, winnin the Central European Cup (an aa kent as the Mitropa Cup) three times as well as havin reached the semifinals o the European Cup (nou the UEFA Champions League) in 1992 an the European Cup Winners Cup in 1973.[1][2]

Current squad[eedit | eedit soorce]

Note: Banners indicate naitional team as defined unner FIFA eligibility rules. Players mey haud mair nor ane non-FIFA naitionality.

No. Poseetion Player
1 Romanie GK Florin Niță
2 Turkey DF Semih Kaya
6 Czech Republic FW Martin Graiciar (on loan frae ACF Fiorentina)
7 Swaden FW David Moberg Karlsson
8 Czech Republic FW Adam Karabec
9 Gabon MF Guélor Kanga
10 Czech Republic MF Bořek Dočkal (captain)
11 Israel MF Tal Ben Chajim
13 Czech Republic DF David Lischka
14 Czech Republic FW Václav Kadlec
15 Czech Republic DF Matěj Hanousek
16 Czech Republic MF Michal Sáček
17 Czech Republic MF Martin Frýdek
No. Poseetion Player
18 Czech Republic FW Libor Kozák (vice-captain)
19 Slovakie DF Lukáš Štetina
20 Czech Republic FW Adam Hložek
22 Serbie MF Srđan Plavšić
24 Czech Republic FW Václav Drchal
25 Czech Republic MF Michal Trávník
26 Zimbabwe DF Costa Nhamoinesu (vice-captain)
27 Czech Republic DF Filip Panák
29 Czech Republic GK Milan Heča
30 Ghana FW Benjamin Tetteh
32 Norawa DF Andreas Vindheim
33 Slovakie DF Dávid Hancko (on loan frae ACF Fiorentina)
35 Czech Republic GK David Bičík
37 Czech Republic MF Ladislav Krejčí

Notes[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Sparta Prague rivals, Slavia Prague, refer tae themsels as "Červenobílí" (Scots: The Reid-Whites) but refer tae Spartans as "Rudí" (Scots: The Dark Reids/The Maroons).

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Achievements - AC Sparta Praha". Sparta.cz. Retrieved 13 November 2013.
  2. "Sparta Praha –". Uefa.com. 16 September 1964. Retrieved 13 November 2013.