FC Rohožník

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FC Rohožník
Full nameFC Rohožník
Founded1919
Ground FC Rohožník Stadium, [1]
Rohožník
PresidentVladimír Báchor
Head coachMilan Hrica
League 3. Liga [2]
2013–14 2nd
Website Club website

FC Rohožník is a Slovak football team, based in the town of Rohožník.

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Colours

Club colours are red, yellow and blue.

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