List of football stadiums in the Czech Republic

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The following is a list of football stadiums in the Czech Republic , ordered by seating capacity.

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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
20 Ďolíček 6,300 Prague Bohemians 1905
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
32 Stovky 2,400 Frýdek-Místek MFK Frýdek-Místek
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

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