List of football clubs in the Czech Republic

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This is a list of teams in the Czech Republic Football Leagues. As of the 2021/22 season.

Contents

First level - Czech First League

Second level - Czech National Football League

Third level

Bohemian Football League - ČFL

Group A

Group B

Moravian–Silesian Football League - MSFL

Fourth level - Divize

Group A

Group B

Group C

Group D

Group E

Group F

Fifth level - Regional championship-krajský přebor

Prague - Prague Championship

Středočeský kraj (Central Bohemia)

Jihočeský kraj (South Bohemia)

Plzeňský kraj (Plzeň Region)

Karlovarský kraj (Karlovy Vary Region)

Ústecký kraj (Ústí nad Labem Region)

Liberecký kraj (Liberec Region)

Královéhradecký kraj (Hradec Králové Region)

Pardubický kraj (Pardubice Region)

Vysočina (Vysočina Region)

Jihomoravský kraj (South Moravia)

Olomoucký kraj (Olomouc Region)

Zlínský kraj (Zlín Region)

Moravskoslezský kraj (Moravian-Silesian Region)

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