1. SK Prostějov

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1. SK Prostějov
1. SK Prostějov.svg
Full name 1. SK Prostějov
Founded 1904
Ground Stadion 1. SK Prostějov
Ground Capacity 7,500 (550 seated)
Chairman Petr Langr
Manager Radim Weisser
League MSFL
2016–17 Czech 2. Liga, 16th (relegated)
Website Club website

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.

In the 1941/1942 season, it placed second in the table, after Slavia Prague. In the 1945/1946 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] It currently plays in the third-tier Moravian–Silesian Football League.

European competitions[edit]

Prostějov competed in the 1936 and 1937 editions of the Mitropa Cup, reaching the quarter finals in 1936.[2]


Current squad[edit]

As of 26 March, 2017.[3]

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

No. Position Player
1 Czech Republic GK Pavel Halouska (on loan from Brno)
26 Czech Republic GK Dominik Neoral

2 Czech Republic DF Matěj Hýbl
11 Czech Republic DF Michal Maly
16 Czech Republic DF Lubomír Machynek
18 Czech Republic DF Aleš Rus
19 Czech Republic DF Martin Hirsch
21 Czech Republic DF Aleš Schuster
24 Czech Republic DF Martin Sus

5 Czech Republic MF Jan Hladik
No. Position Player
6 Czech Republic MF Michal Skwarczek
7 Czech Republic MF Robin Elsik
8 Czech Republic MF Michal Sečkař
9 Czech Republic MF Josef Pančochář
15 Czech Republic MF Michal Zapletal
17 Czech Republic MF Zdeněk Fládr
23 Georgia (country) MF George Alaverdashvili

3 Czech Republic FW Karel Kroupa (Captain)
10 Czech Republic FW Josef Ctvrtnicek
13 Czech Republic FW David Píchal

Historical names[edit]

  • 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


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