List of Czech Republic international footballers

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This is a list of Czech international footballers, comprising all players to have represented the Czech Republic national football team since its formation in 1994.

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NameDate of birthCaps [upper-alpha 1] GoalsFirst capOpponentLast capOpponentRef
Martin Frýdek 9 March 196929423 February 1994 Turkey 15 December 1997 Uruguay [1]
Miroslav Kadlec 22 June 196426123 February 1994 Turkey 8 June 1997 Spain [2]
Pavel Kuka 19 July 1968632223 February 1994 Turkey 5 September 2001 Malta
Radoslav Látal 1 June 197047123 February 1994 Turkey 28 February 2001 Macedonia
Jiří Němec 15 May 196664123 February 1994 Turkey 28 March 2001 Denmark
Václav Němeček 25 January 196720123 February 1994 Turkey 26 June 1996 France
Jiří Novotný 7 April 197021223 February 1994 Turkey 27 March 2002 Wales
Karel Poborský 30 March 1972118823 February 1994 Turkey 22 June 2006 Italy [3]
Tomáš Řepka 2 January 197445123 February 1994 Turkey 10 November 2001 Belgium
Petr Samec 14 February 19649223 February 1994 Turkey 16 August 1995 Norway [4]
Horst Siegl 15 February 196919723 February 1994 Turkey 27 May 1998 South Korea
Daniel Šmejkal 28 August 197010323 February 1994 Turkey 8 May 1995 Slovenia [5]
Jan Stejskal 15 January 19622023 February 1994 Turkey 25 May 1994 Lithuania [6]
Jan Suchopárek 23 September 196948423 February 1994 Turkey 23 February 2000 Ireland [7]
Roman Vonášek 8 July 19688023 February 1994 Turkey 9 February 1999 Belgium [8]
Petr Kouba 28 January 196926020 April 1994 Switzerland 18 November 1998 England
Luboš Kubík 20 January 196417320 April 1994 Switzerland 26 February 1997 Belarus
Marek Poštulka 21 June 19702125 May 1994 Lithuania 26 March 1996 Turkey [9]
Tomáš Skuhravý 9 July 19656325 May 1994 Lithuania 6 September 1995 Norway
Martin Kotůlek 11 September 1969705 June 1994 Ireland 18 November 1998 England
Pavel Nedvěd 30 August 197291185 June 1994 Ireland 16 August 2006 Serbia [10]
Patrik Berger 10 November 1973421817 August 1994 France 15 August 2001 South Korea [11]
Petr Veselý 7 June 1971206 September 1994 Malta 8 February 2000 Mexico [12]
Ivan Hašek 6 September 19631012 October 1994 Malta 12 October 1994 Malta [13]
Pavel Srníček 10 March 196849012 October 1994 Malta 14 November 2001 Belgium
Michal Bílek 13 April 19653016 November 1994 Netherlands 29 March 1995 Belarus [14]
Pavel Hapal 27 July 196910016 November 1994 Netherlands 24 April 1996 Ireland
Günter Bittengel 14 July 1966108 March 1995 Finland 8 March 1995 Finland
Petr Gabriel 17 May 19731018 March 1995 Finland 16 June 2000 France
Tomáš Galásek 15 January 19736918 March 1995 Finland 15 June 2008 Turkey
René Wagner 31 October 19721138 March 1995 Finland 25 April 2001 Belgium
Radek Bejbl 27 August 19725638 May 1995 Slovakia 6 June 2001 Northern Ireland
Radek Drulák 12 January 19621668 May 1995 Slovakia 26 February 1997 Belarus
Michal Horňák 28 April 19703818 May 1995 Slovakia 9 October 1999 Faroe Islands
Jiří Lerch 17 October 1971308 May 1995 Slovakia 26 February 1997 Belarus
Radim Nečas 26 August 1969408 May 1995 Slovakia 8 February 2000 Mexico
Jiří Vávra 6 March 1975108 May 1995 Slovakia 8 May 1995 Slovakia
Vratislav Lokvenc 27 September 197374146 September 1995 Norway 17 June 2006 Ghana [15]
Vladimír Šmicer 24 May 1973802715 November 1995 Luxembourg 16 November 2005 Norway [16]
Miroslav Baranek 10 November 197317513 December 1995 Kuwait 13 February 2002 Cyprus
Radovan Hromádko 16 May 19692013 December 1995 Kuwait 4 September 1996 Iceland
Luboš Kozel 16 March 19719113 December 1995 Kuwait 22 April 1998 Slovenia
Edvard Lasota 17 March 197115213 December 1995 Kuwait 27 May 1998 South Korea
Ladislav Maier 4 January 19667013 December 1995 Kuwait 28 February 2001 Macedonia [17]
Jaromír Navrátil 20 February 19632013 December 1995 Kuwait 26 March 1996 Turkey
Josef Obajdin 7 November 19701013 December 1995 Kuwait 13 December 1995 Kuwait [18]
Karel Rada 2 March 197143413 December 1995 Kuwait 2 June 2001 Denmark [19]
Robert Vágner 12 May 19742013 December 1995 Kuwait 9 February 1999 Belgium [20]
Milan Kerbr 9 June 19672024 April 1996 Ireland 29 May 1996 Austria [21]
Pavel Novotný 14 September 19732026 June 1996 France 9 February 1999 Belgium [22]
Richard Dostálek 26 April 1974504 September 1996 Iceland 12 February 2003 France [23]
Petr Křivánek 18 March 1970104 September 1996 Iceland 4 September 1996 Iceland [24]
Zdeněk Svoboda 20 May 1972904 September 1996 Iceland 21 December 1997 Uruguay [25]
Pavel Verbíř 13 November 19721024 September 1996 Iceland 16 August 2000 Slovenia [26]
Martin Čížek 9 June 19741804 September 1996 Nigeria 29 March 2000 Australia
Martin Hašek 11 October 19691404 September 1996 Nigeria 14 November 2001 Belgium
Oldřich Machala 4 August 1963104 September 1996 Nigeria 4 September 1996 Nigeria
Luděk Mikloško 9 December 1961204 September 1996 Nigeria 2 April 1997 Yugoslavia
Radek Slončík 29 May 19731704 September 1996 Nigeria 8 February 2000 Mexico
Marek Zúbek 5 August 1975304 September 1996 Nigeria 26 February 1997 Belarus [27]
Petr Vlček 18 October 197318024 August 1997 Slovakia 11 November 2000 Malta
Karel Vácha 2 August 1970106 September 1997 Faroe Islands 6 September 1997 Faroe Islands [28]
Ivo Ulich 9 September 1974816 September 1997 Malta 26 April 2000 Israel
Milan Fukal 16 May 197519221 December 1997 Uruguay 30 April 2003 Turkey
Tomáš Poštulka 2 February 19747025 March 1998 Ireland 14 February 1998 Estonia [29]
Tomáš Votava 1 February 197413025 March 1998 Ireland 14 February 1998 Northern Ireland [30]
Martin Lukeš 17 November 19782222 April 1998 Slovenia 19 August 1998 Denmark [31]
Pavel Horváth 22 April 19751909 February 1999 Belgium 17 April 2002 Greece [32]
Jan Koller 30 March 197391559 February 1999 Belgium 5 September 2009 Slovakia [33]
Marek Nikl 20 February 19765028 April 1999 Poland 16 August 2000 Slovenia [34]
Libor Sionko 1 February 197741828 April 1999 Poland 25 May 2010 USA [35]
Jan Polák 14 March 198157728 April 1999 Poland 29 March 2011 Liechtenstein [36]
Roman Týce 7 May 197725118 August 1999 Switzerland 30 March 2005 Andorra [37]
Radek Černý 18 February 1976308 February 2000 Mexico 20 November 2002 Sweden [38]
Marek Jankulovski 9 May 197777118 February 2000 Mexico 14 October 2009 Northern Ireland [39]
Michal Kolomazník 20 July 1976318 February 2000 Mexico 20 November 2002 Sweden [40]
Erich Brabec 24 February 1977108 February 2000 Mexico 8 February 2000 Mexico [41]
Stanislav Vlček 26 February 19761408 February 2000 Mexico 20 August 2008 England [42]
Marek Kincl 3 April 1973208 February 2000 Mexico 16 August 2000 Slovenia [43]
Tomáš Rosický 4 October 19801072323 February 2000 Ireland [44]
Jaromír Blažek 29 December 197214029 March 2000 Australia 26 March 2008 Denmark [45]
Lukáš Došek 12 September 19784016 August 2000 Slovenia 18 May 2002 Italy [46]
René Bolf 25 February 197434016 August 2000 Slovenia 3 September 2005 Romania [47]
Marek Heinz 4 August 197730516 August 2000 Slovenia 3 September 2005 Denmark [48]
Jiří Jarošík 27 October 197723016 August 2000 Slovenia 12 November 2005 Norway [49]
Tomáš Ujfaluši 24 March 197878228 February 2001 Macedonia 28 March 2009 Slovenia [50]
Milan Baroš 28 October 1981934125 April 2001 Belgium 21 June 2012 Portugal [51]
Petr Johana 1 November 19761302 June 2001 Denmark 12 November 2003 Canada [52]
Zdeněk Grygera 14 May 198065215 August 2001 South Korea 14 October 2009 Northern Ireland [53]
Jan Velkoborský 14 July 19752015 August 2001 South Korea 5 September 2001 Malta [54]
Luděk Stracený 19 April 19771015 August 2001 South Korea 15 August 2001 South Korea [55]
Tomáš Hübschman 4 September 198139010 November 2001 Belgium 17 August 2005 Sweden [56]
Petr Čech 20 May 1982127012 February 2002 Hungary [57]
Pavel Mareš 18 January 197610012 February 2002 Hungary 3 June 2006 Trinidad and Tobago [58]
Václav Koloušek 13 April 19765112 February 2002 Hungary 6 September 2002 Yugoslavia [59]
Martin Vaniak 4 October 19707012 February 2002 Hungary 31 March 2004 Ireland [60]
Jiří Štajner 27 May 197636412 February 2002 Hungary 6 September 2006 Slovenia [61]
Adam Petrouš 19 September 19774013 February 2002 Cyprus 11 October 2003 Austria [62]
Antonín Kinský 31 May 19755013 February 2002 Cyprus 6 June 2004 Estonia [63]
Miroslav Holeňák 10 February 19763027 March 2002 Wales 21 August 2002 Slovenia [64]
Štěpán Vachoušek 26 July 197923217 April 2002 Greece 1 March 2006 Turkey [65]
Antonín Mlejnský 17 May 19731017 April 2002 Greece 17 April 2002 Greece [66]
Aleš Pikl 2 April 19751017 April 2002 Greece 17 April 2002 Greece [67]
Tomáš Došek 12 September 19783018 May 2002 Italy 30 April 2003 Turkey [68]
Martin Jiránek 25 May 197931021 August 2002 Slovakia 28 March 2007 Cyprus [69]
Jan Šimák 13 October 19781021 August 2002 Slovakia 21 August 2002 Slovakia [70]
Patrik Gedeon 19 July 19753020 November 2002 Sweden 30 April 2003 Turkey [71]
Petr Voříšek 19 March 19794011 October 2003 Austria 31 March 2004 Ireland [72]
Rudolf Skácel 17 July 19797115 November 2003 Canada 22 May 2010 Turkey [73]
David Rozehnal 5 July 198052018 February 2004 Italy 18 November 2009 Azerbaijan [74]
Václav Drobný 9 September 19802018 February 2004 Italy 28 April 2004 Japan [75]
Jaroslav Plašil 5 January 1982104731 March 2004 Ireland [76]
Radoslav Kováč 27 November 19793029 October 2004 Romania 1 April 2009 Slovakia [77]
Tomáš Jun 17 January 198310217 November 2004 Macedonia 1 March 2006 Turkey [78]
Lukáš Zelenka 5 October 1979308 June 2005 Macedonia 1 March 2006 Turkey [79]
Zdeněk Pospěch 14 December 197831217 August 2005 Sweden 16 November 2011 Montenegro [80]
Tomáš Sivok 15 September 19836563 September 2005 Romania [81]
David Jarolím 17 May 19792918 October 2005 Netherlands 14 October 2009 Northern Ireland [82]
Karel Piták 28 January 1980301 March 2006 Turkey 22 August 2007 Austria [83]
Roman Bednář 26 March 19831016 August 2006 Serbia 16 August 2006 Serbia [84]
Marek Kulič 11 October 197512316 August 2006 Serbia 6 February 2008 Poland [85]
Tomáš Zápotočný 13 September 19804016 August 2006 Serbia 22 August 2007 Austria [86]
David Lafata 16 September 198145102 September 2006 Wales [87]
Marek Čech 8 April 19761015 November 2006 Denmark 15 November 2006 Denmark [88]
Radek Šírl 20 March 19818015 November 2006 Denmark 5 June 2009 Malta [89]
Daniel Pudil 27 September 19853527 February 2007 Belgium [90]
Marek Matějovský 20 December 19811517 February 2007 Belgium 29 March 2011 Liechtenstein [91]
Martin Fenin 16 April 198716322 August 2007 Austria 7 June 2011 Japan [92]
Michal Kadlec 13 December 198470817 November 2007 Slovenia [93]
Jiří Kladrubský 19 November 19852021 November 2007 Cyprus 15 October 2008 Slovenia [94]
Daniel Zítka 20 June 19753021 November 2007 Cyprus 19 November 2008 San Marino [95]
Marek Střeštík 1 February 19871026 March 2008 Denmark 26 March 2008 Denmark [96]
Václav Svěrkoš 1 November 198311327 May 2008 Lithuania 3 March 2010 Scotland [97]
Michal Papadopulos 14 April 19856020 August 2008 England 3 March 2010 Scotland [98]
Jan Rajnoch 30 September 198115020 August 2008 England 11 November 2011 Montenegro [99]
Miroslav Slepička 10 November 19812010 September 2008 Northern Ireland 11 October 2008 Poland [100]
Tomáš Necid 13 August 1989451319 November 2008 San Marino [101]
Jaroslav Drobný 18 October 19797011 February 2009 Morocco [102]
Luboš Hušek 26 January 19841011 February 2009 Morocco 11 February 2009 Morocco [103]
Tomáš Marek 20 April 19811011 February 2009 Morocco 11 February 2009 Morocco [104]
Jaroslav Černý 26 June 1979205 June 2009 Malta 22 May 2010 Turkey [105]
Martin Fillo 7 February 1986305 June 2009 Malta 18 November 2009 Azerbaijan [106]
Tomáš Grigar 1 February 1983205 June 2009 Malta 18 November 2009 Azerbaijan [107]
Roman Hubník 6 June 19842935 June 2009 Malta [108]
Martin Klein 2 July 1984105 June 2009 Malta 5 June 2009 Malta [109]
Daniel Kolář 27 October 19853125 June 2009 Malta [110]
David Limberský 6 October 19834215 June 2009 Malta [111]
Lukáš Magera 17 January 1983405 June 2009 Malta 8 October 2010 Scotland [112]
Jan Šimůnek 20 February 1987405 June 2009 Malta 18 November 2009 Azerbaijan [113]
Zdeněk Zlámal 5 November 1985105 June 2009 Malta 5 June 2009 Malta [114]
Adam Hloušek 20 December 19888010 October 2009 Poland [115]
Jan Blažek 20 March 19883015 November 2009 UAE 3 March 2010 Scotland [116]
Mario Lička 30 April 19823015 November 2009 UAE 17 November 2010 Denmark [117]
Michal Švec 19 March 19872015 November 2009 UAE 18 November 2009 Azerbaijan [118]
Mario Holek 28 October 19867018 November 2009 Azerbaijan [119]
Ondřej Kušnír 5 April 1984403 March 2010 Scotland 4 June 2011 Peru [120]
Jan Morávek 1 November 1989303 March 2010 Scotland 29 March 2011 Liechtenstein [121]
Milan Černý 16 March 19883122 May 2010 Turkey 11 August 2010 Latvia [122]
Ondřej Mazuch 15 March 19891022 May 2010 Turkey 22 May 2010 Turkey [123]
Tomáš Pekhart 26 May 198919222 May 2010 Turkey [124]
Marek Suchý 29 March 19883107 September 2010 Lithuania [125]
Václav Kadlec 20 May 199215312 October 2010 Liechtenstein [126]
Milan Petržela 19 June 198319012 October 2010 Liechtenstein [127]
Michal Hubník 1 June 19834017 November 2010 Denmark 7 June 2011 Japan [128]
Jan Rezek 5 May 198221417 November 2010 Denmark [129]
Theodor Gebre Selassie 24 December 19864024 June 2011 Peru [130]
Petr Janda 5 January 1987204 June 2011 Peru 7 June 2011 Japan [131]
Václav Pilař 13 October 19882554 June 2011 Peru [132]
Petr Trapp 6 December 1985104 June 2011 Peru 4 June 2011 Peru [133]
Kamil Vacek 18 May 1987904 June 2011 Peru [134]
Marcel Gecov 1 January 19881010 August 2011 Norway 10 August 2011 Norway [135]
Petr Jiráček 2 March 19862833 September 2011 Scotland [136]
Jan Laštůvka 7 July 1982303 September 2011 Scotland [137]
František Rajtoral 12 March 198614029 February 2012 Ireland [138]
Vladimír Darida 8 August 199045326 May 2012 Israel [139]
Josef Hušbauer 16 March 199010115 August 2012 Ukraine [140]
Matěj Vydra 1 May 19922258 September 2012 Denmark [141]
Bořek Dočkal 30 September 198835914 November 2012 Slovakia [142]
Tomáš Hořava 29 May 19889314 November 2012 Slovakia [143]
Tomáš Kalas 15 May 19936014 November 2012 Slovakia [144]
Libor Kozák 30 May 19898214 November 2012 Slovakia [145]
Ladislav Krejčí 5 July 199236514 November 2012 Slovakia [146]
Martin Latka 28 September 19841014 November 2012 Slovakia [147]
Michal Ordoš 27 January 19832014 November 2012 Slovakia [148]
Martin Pospíšil 26 June 19913014 November 2012 Slovakia [149]
Tomáš Vaclík 29 March 198913014 November 2012 Slovakia [150]
Stanislav Tecl 1 September 1990206 February 2013 Turkey [151]
Václav Procházka 8 May 198418014 August 2013 Hungary [152]
Michael Rabušic 17 September 19893014 August 2013 Hungary [153]
Ondřej Vaněk 5 July 19908014 August 2013 Hungary [154]
Ondřej Čelůstka 18 June 19892115 November 2013 Canada [155]
Josef Šural 30 May 199013115 November 2013 Canada [156]
Pavel Kadeřábek 25 April 199229321 May 2014 Finland [157]
Lukáš Vácha 13 May 19898021 May 2014 Finland [158]
Jiří Fleišman 2 October 1984103 June 2014 Austria [159]
Lukáš Hejda 9 March 1990103 June 2014 Austria [160]
Jan Kopic 4 June 1990513 June 2014 Austria [161]
Marek Štěch 28 January 1990103 June 2014 Austria [162]
Radim Řezník 20 January 1989103 September 2014 USA [163]
Filip Novák 26 June 19908031 March 2015 Slovakia
Milan Škoda 16 January 198616412 June 2015 Iceland
David Pavelka 18 May 19911303 September 2015 Kazakhstan
Jiří Skalák 12 March 19921503 September 2015 Kazakhstan
Ondřej Zahustel 18 June 19913113 November 2015 Serbia
Lukáš Bartošák 3 July 19901017 November 2015 Poland
Martin Frýdek 24 March 19923024 March 2016 Scotland
Tomáš Koubek 26 August 19924024 March 2016 Scotland
Lukáš Mareček 17 April 19903024 March 2016 Scotland
Jakub Rada 5 May 19872024 March 2016 Scotland
Jakub Brabec 6 August 19925029 March 2016 Sweden
Patrik Schick 24 January 19962127 May 2016 Malta
Lukáš Pokorný 5 July 19931031 August 2016 Armenia
Jan Sýkora 29 December 19935031 August 2016 Armenia
Lukáš Droppa 22 April 1989408 October 2016 Germany
Jaromír Zmrhal 2 August 19935111 October 2016 Azerbaijan
Michal Krmenčík 15 March 19934211 November 2016 Norway
Antonín Barák 3 December 19943315 November 2016 Denmark
Petr Mareš 17 January 19912015 November 2016 Denmark
Jiří Pavlenka 14 April 19921015 November 2016 Denmark
Tomáš Souček 27 February 19951015 November 2016 Denmark
Jakub Jankto 19 January 19962122 March 2017 Lithuania

Notes

  1. Only matches listed as full internationals by FIFA are included. This means caps gained in a February 2000 friendly against a Hong Kong XI are excluded.

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