List of Czech Football League managers

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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.

Managers

NameNatDate of birthClubDivisionAppointedTime as manager
Dukla Prague
Pardubice
Slovan Liberec
Varnsdorf
Baník Sokolov
Sparta Prague
Znojmo
Vysočina Jihlava
Slovácko
Opava
Teplice
Baník Most
Hradec Králové
Jablonec
Viktoria Žižkov
Brno
Příbram
Baník Ostrava
Vlašim
Mladá Boleslav
Táborsko
Olomouc
Bohemians 1905
Karviná
Slavia Prague
Kolín
Třinec
Viktoria Plzeň
Zlín

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