The official website for European football

Team profile: Czech Republic

Published: Tuesday 1 November 2016, 15.23CET
Team profile: Czech Republic
Czech Republic celebrate ©Jan Tauber
Published: Tuesday 1 November 2016, 15.23CET

Team profile: Czech Republic

Czech Republic

Previous final tournaments: 6 (plus three as Czechoslovakia)
U21 best: winners – 2002
How they qualified: Group 1 winners
Top scorer in qualifying: Patrik Schick (10)
Did you know? Czech Republic hosted the 2015 finals and exited at the group stage.

Tournament record
2015: group stage
2013:
play-offs
2011: fourth place
2009: did not qualify
2007: group stage
2006: play-offs
2004: play-offs
2002: winners
2000: runners-up
1998: did not qualify
1996: quarter-finals
1994: quarter-finals (as Czechoslovakia)
1992: quarter-finals (as Czechoslovakia)
1990: quarter-finals (as Czechoslovakia)
1988: quarter-finals (as Czechoslovakia)
1986: did not qualify (as Czechoslovakia)
1984: did not qualify (as Czechoslovakia)
1982: did not qualify (as Czechoslovakia)
1980: quarter-finals (as Czechoslovakia)
1978: quarter-finals (as Czechoslovakia)

Biggest wins

Final tournament
0-4: 
Serbia v Czech Republic, 20/06/15
Group stage, Letná Stadium, Prague

Qualifying
8-0:
Czech Republic v Andorra, 10/08/11
Qualifying group stage, Městský Stadium, Mlada Boleslav
0-8: San Marino v Czech Republic 09/06/09
Qualifying group stage, Olimpico, Serravalle
8-0: Czech Republic v Liechtenstein 11/09/07
Qualifying group stage, Horni Pocernice, Horni Pocernice
8-0: Czech Republic v Bulgaria 05/10/01
Qualifying group stage, Na Stínadlech, Teplice

Heaviest defeats

Final tournament
3-1:
Italy v Czech Republic, 17/06/07
Group stage, Gelredome, Arnhem
2-0: France v Czech Republic 16/05/02
Group stage, Les Charmilles, Geneva
0-2: Czech Republic v Spain 15/06/11
Group stage, Viborg Stadion, Viborg

Czechoslovakia were also beaten 3-0 by Italy in a 1994 quarter-final, before the competition became a final tournament

Qualifying
4-0:
Spain v Czech Republic 07/06/97
Qualifying group stage, Municipal El Plantío, Burgos

Last updated: 24/11/16 15.25CET

Related information

Team profiles

http://www.uefa.com/teamsandplayers/teams/teama/team=258837/profile/index.html#team+profile+czech+republic

Match log

HomeAway
The home team is listed first.Last updated: 19/11/2019 01:12 CET
6 September 2019 06 Sep - Under-21, Qualifying round (Group 4)
Czech Republic - Lithuania
Referee: TBD
02/07/2019 07:39:05
10 October 2019 10 Oct - Under-21, Qualifying round (Group 4)
Czech Republic - Greece
Referee: TBD
02/07/2019 07:15:34
14 October 2019 14 Oct - Under-21, Qualifying round (Group 4)
Czech Republic - Scotland
Referee: TBD
01/26/2019 14:42:09
14 November 2019 14 Nov - Under-21, Qualifying round (Group 4)
Czech Republic - San Marino
Referee: TBD
02/07/2019 07:12:19
18 November 2019 18 Nov - Under-21, Qualifying round (Group 4)
CroatiaCzech Republic
Referee: Espen Eskås (NOR) Stadium: SRC Velika Gorica, Velika Gorica (CRO)
27 March 2020 27 Mar - Under-21, Qualifying round (Group 4)
Greece - Czech Republic
Referee: TBD
01/22/2019 17:27:36
2 September 2020 02 Sep - Under-21, Qualifying round (Group 4)
San Marino - Czech Republic
Referee: TBD
02/07/2019 08:03:52
7 September 2020 07 Sep - Under-21, Qualifying round (Group 4)
Czech Republic - Croatia
Referee: TBD
02/07/2019 08:03:22
9 October 2020 09 Oct - Under-21, Qualifying round (Group 4)
Scotland - Czech Republic
Referee: TBD
02/07/2019 07:49:21
13 October 2020 13 Oct - Under-21, Qualifying round (Group 4)
Lithuania - Czech Republic
Referee: TBD
01/26/2019 15:41:58

General info

  • Currently playing : European Under-21 Championship 2015/2017

Trophy cabinet

Team record in UEFA competitions

  • Biggest win:
    10/08/2011, Czech Republic 8-0 Andorra, Mlada Boleslav
    09/06/2009, San Marino 0-8 Czech Republic, Serravalle
    11/09/2007, Czech Republic 8-0 Liechtenstein, Horni Pocernice
    05/10/2001, Czech Republic 8-0 Bulgaria, Teplice
  • Biggest defeat:
    09/10/2017, Croatia 5-1 Czech Republic, Varazdin
  • Appearances in UEFA European Under-21 Championship: 19
  • Player with most appearances: 29
    Jan Polák (CZE)
  • Top scorers: 15
    Tomáš Pekhart (CZE)