This is a list of Czech Football League managers. It includes every manager currently managing a club in the Czech First League and Czech 2. Liga, in order of the date of their appointment. The Czech First League and Czech 2. Liga are the only two fully professional football leagues in the Czech Republic, and consist of 32 clubs in total, 16 from each league.
Some managers listed have had more than one spell in charge at their current club, however their time as manager is counted only from the date of their last appointment. Only two managers have spent more than three years at their current job.
|Name||Nat||Date of birth||Club||Division||Appointed||Time as manager|
|Luboš Kozel||16 March 1971||Dukla Prague||First League||14 December 2009||11 years, 175 days|
|Martin Svědík||27 June 1974||Pardubice||2. Liga||1 July 2010||10 years, 341 days|
|Jaroslav Šilhavý||3 November 1961||Slovan Liberec||First League||6 June 2011||10 years, 1 day|
|Zdenko Frťala||3 August 1970||Varnsdorf||2. Liga||3 October 2011||9 years, 247 days|
|Aleš Jindra||12 June 1973||Baník Sokolov||2. Liga||4 April 2012||9 years, 64 days|
|Vítězslav Lavička||30 April 1963||Sparta Prague||First League||1 June 2012||9 years, 6 days|
|Leoš Kalvoda||26 March 1958||Znojmo||2. Liga||9 June 2012||8 years, 363 days|
|František Komňacký||15 November 1951||Vysočina Jihlava||First League||15 June 2012||8 years, 357 days|
|Svatopluk Habanec||22 September 1969||Slovácko||First League||20 August 2012||8 years, 291 days|
|Přemysl Bičovský||18 August 1950||Ústí nad Labem||2. Liga||21 August 2012||8 years, 290 days|
|David Vavruška||14 September 1972||Opava||2. Liga||4 September 2012||8 years, 276 days|
|Miroslav Soukup||13 November 1965||České Budějovice||First League||6 September 2012||8 years, 274 days|
|Zdeněk Ščasný||9 August 1957||Teplice||First League||2 October 2012||8 years, 248 days|
|Zbyněk Busta||10 March 1967||Baník Most||2. Liga||14 March 2013||8 years, 85 days|
|Luboš Prokopec||24 March 1982||Hradec Králové||First League||21 April 2013||8 years, 47 days|
|Roman Skuhravý||6 January 1975||Jablonec||First League||5 May 2013||8 years, 33 days|
|Jindřich Trpišovský||27 February 1976||Viktoria Žižkov||2. Liga||1 July 2013||7 years, 341 days|
|Václav Kotal||2 October 1952||Brno||First League||3 September 2013||7 years, 277 days|
|Petr Čuhel||4 January 1965||Příbram||First League||7 October 2013||7 years, 243 days|
|Tomáš Bernady||24 October 1969||Baník Ostrava||First League||10 October 2013||7 years, 240 days|
|Vlastimil Petržela||20 July 1953||Vlašim||2. Liga||1 January 2014||7 years, 157 days|
|Karel Jarolím||23 August 1956||Mladá Boleslav||First League||3 January 2014||7 years, 155 days|
|Petr Frňka||21 December 1971||Táborsko||2. Liga||12 February 2014||7 years, 115 days|
|Ladislav Minář||18 June 1968||Olomouc||2. Liga||28 April 2014||7 years, 40 days|
|Roman Pivarník||17 February 1967||Bohemians 1905||First League||5 June 2014||7 years, 2 days|
|Jozef Weber||25 December 1970||Karviná||2. Liga||9 June 2014||6 years, 363 days|
|Miroslav Beránek||24 April 1957||Slavia Prague||First League||16 June 2014||6 years, 356 days|
|Jaroslav Veselý||19 September 1971||Kolín||2. Liga||4 July 2014||6 years, 338 days|
|Marek Kalivoda||2 August 1974||Třinec||2. Liga||4 July 2014||6 years, 338 days|
|Miroslav Koubek||1 September 1951||Viktoria Plzeň||First League||12 August 2014||6 years, 299 days|
|Karel Orel||16 December 1962||Frýdek-Místek||2. Liga||20 October 2014||6 years, 230 days|
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