The following is a list of football stadiums in the Czech Republic , ordered by seating capacity.
|1||Eden Arena||20,232||Prague||SK Slavia Prague, Czech Republic|
|2||Stadion Evžena Rošického||19,032||Prague||FK Slavoj Vyšehrad|
|3||Generali Arena||18,944||Prague||AC Sparta Prague, Czech Republic|
|4||Na Stínadlech||18,221||Teplice||FK Teplice, Czech Republic|
|5||Městský stadion||15,123||Ostrava||FC Baník Ostrava, FC Vítkovice, Czech Republic|
|6||Andrův stadion||12,541||Olomouc||SK Sigma Olomouc|
|7||Doosan Arena||11,700||Plzeň||FC Viktoria Plzeň, Czech Republic|
|8||Městský fotbalový stadion Srbská||10,785||Brno||FC Zbrojovka Brno|
|9||Stadion u Nisy||9,900||Liberec||FC Slovan Liberec|
|10||Na Litavce||9,100||Příbram||1. FK Příbram|
|11||Stadion Juliska||8,150||Prague||FK Dukla Prague|
|12||Městský fotbalový stadion||8,000||Uherské Hradiště||1. FC Slovácko|
|13||Stadion v Městských sadech||7,547||Opava||SFC Opava|
|14||Fotbalový stadion Josefa Masopusta||7,500||Most||FK Baník Most|
|15||Všesportovní stadion||7,000||Hradec Králové||FC Hradec Králové|
|16||Stadion Střelecký ostrov||6,681||České Budějovice||SK Dynamo České Budějovice|
|17||Letná Stadion||6,375||Zlín||FC Fastav Zlín|
|18||Chance Arena||6,108||Jablonec nad Nisou||FK Baumit Jablonec|
|19||FK Viktoria Stadion||5,334||Prague||FK Viktoria Žižkov|
|21||Městský stadion||5,000||Mladá Boleslav||FK Mladá Boleslav|
|22||Městský stadion||4,862||Karviná||MFK Karviná|
|23||Letní stadion||4,800||Chomutov||FC Chomutov|
|24||Stadion v Jiráskově ulici||4,500||Jihlava||FC Vysočina Jihlava|
|25=||Stadion Františka Kloze||4,000||Kladno||SK Kladno|
|25=||Městský stadion||4,000||Ústí nad Labem||FK Ústí nad Labem|
|27||Na Chvalech||3,400||Prague||SC Xaverov, AC Sparta Prague B|
|28=||Městský stadion||3,000||Benešov||SK Benešov|
|28=||Pod Vinicí||3,000||Pardubice||FK Pardubice|
|30||Stadion FK Holice||2,600||Olomouc||1. HFK Olomouc|
|31||Městský stadion||2,599||Znojmo||1. SC Znojmo|
|33||Stadion FK Chmel Blšany||2,300||Blšany||FK Chmel Blšany|
|34||Stadion Rudolfa Labaje||2,200||Třinec||FK Fotbal Třinec|
|35||Stadion Lokomotiva||1,600||Cheb||FK Hvězda Cheb|
|36||Sportovní areál Soukeník||1,550||Sezimovo Ústí||FC MAS Táborsko|
|37||Stadion na Plynárně||1,500||Prague||Loko Vltavín|
|38||Stadion SK Prosek||1,000||Prague||FK Bohemians Prague (Střížkov)|
|39||Městský stadion v Kotlině||900||Varnsdorf||FK Varnsdorf|
|40||Stadion Kollárova ulice||800||Vlašim||FC Sellier & Bellot Vlašim|
|41||Stadion FK Baník Sokolov||770||Sokolov||FK Baník Sokolov|
|42||Stadion SK Hanácká Slavia Kroměříž||700||Kroměříž||SK Hanácká Slavia Kroměříž|
|43||Stadion pod Hrádkem||575||Čáslav||FK Čáslav|
|44||Stadion FK Řezuz Děčín||350||Děčín||FK Řezuz Děčín|
|45||Městský stadion||300||Kolín||FK Kolín|
FC Baník Ostrava is a football club from the Silesian part of the city of Ostrava, Czech Republic.
The Generali Česká pojišťovna Arena, previously, and still commonly known as Letná Stadium, is a football stadium in Prague. It is the home venue of Sparta Prague and occasionally hosts the matches of the Czech Republic national football team. The stadium's capacity is 18,887 people.
The Bazaly stadium is a football stadium in Ostrava, Czech Republic. It lays in Slezská Ostrava, the Silesian part of the city, next to the Ostravice River. The first match was played there on 19 April 1959, it functioned as the home stadium of FC Baník Ostrava until the end of the 2014–15 Czech First League season.
Stade de Genève, also called Stade de la Praille, is a stadium in Lancy, Canton of Geneva. It has a capacity of 30,084.
Tehelné pole or National football stadium is a multi-use stadium in Bratislava, Slovakia. It was completed in 2019 and is used for football matches, including the home matches of ŠK Slovan Bratislava and the Slovakia national football team. This project concerns mutual assistance between well-known Slovak entrepreneur Ivan Kmotrík as the owner of ŠK Slovan Bratislava and the Government of Slovakia. The stadium has a capacity of 22,500 spectators, and replaced the old Tehelné pole stadium, which was demolished in summer 2013.
Stadion Evžena Rošického, also known simply as Strahov, is a multi-purpose stadium in Strahov, Prague in the Czech Republic. It hosted the 1978 European Athletics Championships and for many years this was the venue for main annual international track and field meet of Prague until Stadion Juliska took the role in 2002. Nowadays the stadium is used only for minor domestic athletic competitions and mostly for football matches, although no team plays at the stadium regularly. It served as the home ground for SK Slavia Prague from August 2000 until May 2008 when their new stadium, the Synot Tip Arena, was opened. It is also occasionally used by other Czech teams, and is the usual venue for the Czech Cup final. Currently, it is the home stadium of FK Slavoj Vyšehrad of the Czech National Football League.
Aldo Drosina Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Pula, Istria, Croatia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of NK Istra 1961 and formerly NK Istra. The stadium has a capacity of 9,800. From March 2009 to January 2011 the stadium has undergone a major reconstruction. The west stand was completely demolished and redesigned, a roof over the west stand was added. New Seats replaced bench seating all around the stadium, and the three existing stands were cleaned up. On February 9, 2011 Croatia hosted the Czech Republic in an international football friendly for the inaugural match to open the stadium. The match finished with a 4–2 win for the Blazers.
Stadion u Nisy is an all-seater football stadium in Liberec. The stadium is home to Czech football club Slovan Liberec and occasionally hosts matches of the Czech Republic national team. The stadium is named after the river Nisa, flowing directly behind the North Stand. Another interesting fact about the stadium, the oldest Grandstand is embedded to a rock. The capacity is 9,900 seats.
Doosan Arena, previously known as Stadion města Plzně is a multi-purpose stadium in Plzeň, Czech Republic. It is located in Štrunc Park near the confluence of the Mže and Radbuza rivers. The stadium is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FC Viktoria Plzeň. The stadium holds 11,700 people. It is also known as Stadion ve Štruncových sadech, named after Emil Štrunc, a former regional chieftain of the Sokol Movement.
The Stadion Střelnice is a multi-use stadium in Jablonec nad Nisou, Czech Republic. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FK Jablonec. The stadium's current capacity is 6,108.
Na Litavce is a football stadium in Příbram, Czech Republic. It is currently used as the home ground of 1. FK Příbram. The stadium holds 9,100 people.
Letná Stadion is a football stadium in Zlín, Czech Republic. It is currently used as the home ground of FC Fastav Zlín and has an all-seated capacity of 6,375. It is located near the Dřevnice river.
Stadion Střelecký ostrov is a football stadium in České Budějovice, Czech Republic, located near the Vltava River. It is currently used as the home ground of SK Dynamo České Budějovice. The stadium holds 6,681 people and was built in 1940. Before renovation in 2003 it had a capacity of 12,000 people. The city and the club were however forced to reconstruct and modernize the stadium to meet the football association criteria. The stadium subsequently had an all-seated capacity of 6,681.
Sinobo Stadium is a football stadium, in Prague-Vršovice, Czech Republic.
FK Ústí nad Labem is a Czech football club based in the city of Ústí nad Labem. Currently the club plays in the Czech National Football League.
Ďolíček Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Prague district Vršovice, Czech Republic. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Bohemians Praha 1905 and FK Pardubice. The stadium was opened on 27 March 1932 for a match against SK Slavia Prague. The reconstruction of 2003 changed the capacity to 13,388. After reconstruction in summer 2007, its capacity was reduced to 9,000. Bohemians 1905 were not allowed to keep the stand sector, they changed it into seats, which reduced the capacity further, to 7,500.
Všesportovní stadion is a multi-purpose stadium in Hradec Králové, Czech Republic. It is used mostly for football matches as the home stadium of FC Hradec Králové. The stadium was opened on 11 May 1966. When Hradec were promoted to the Czech First League in 2010, the capacity of the stadium was set to be reduced to 4,000, as league rules determine the capacity to be the number of separate seats. In time for the opening game of the 2010–11 Czech First League, the capacity was increased to 6,000. In the 2011–12 Czech First League, the capacity was increased to 7,220. The stadium was set to be demolished in 2017 and replaced with a new stadium with an increased capacity and suitability for Czech national team matches. The demolition of Všesportovní stadion started on 25 September 2017. The stadium would continue to be used with reduced capacity during the first stage of demolition.
Městský stadion is a multi-purpose stadium in Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic. It is mainly used for football matches and is the home ground of FK Ústí nad Labem. The stadium had a capacity of 3,000 people before reconstruction. When Ústí were promoted to the Gambrinus liga in 2010, it was ruled that the stadium did not meet the league criteria required by the football association. Therefore, FK Ústí nad Labem's 2010–11 Gambrinus liga matches were played at Na Stínadlech. The ground was upgraded to be available the next season, although the club was subsequently relegated. The reconstructed stadium was reopened in 2014 with a capacity of 4,000 seats.
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