Czech Republic National Football Team

Country Czech Republic Czech Republic
City Praha
Founded 1901
Nickname Lokomotiva
Coach Jaroslav Šilhavý
Website www.fotbal.cz
Leagues
European Championships
EC Qualification

Czech Republic national football team is a team representing the Czech Republic in the football association and is controlled by the governing body for football in Czech Republic, the Football Association of the Czech Republic. Foundation year of the National team was 1901.

The team is currently coached by an experienced coach, Michal Bilek. The team has performed in one of the FIFA World Cup in 2006. Their best finish up was in an international competition of Euro 1996 where they were the runners-up.

The team is currently captained by Tomas Rosicky and consists of some of the most promising performers like Jan Koller, the top scorer of the team and Karel Poborsky, the player to be caped for maximum number of 118 times.

The team has been ranked 40 by the FIFA ranking. Home matches of the team are played in red shirt, short and socks and the away matches are played in white shirt and socks and blue shorts.

Czech Republic national football team made its first appearance in the World Cup in Year 2006 and first appearance of team in Confederations Cup was in the year 1997.

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