|Full name||Městský sportovní klub Břeclav|
|Ground|| Stadion na Lesní ulici|
Břeclav, Czech Republic
|League||Czech Fourth Division - Divize D|
MSK Břeclav is a Czech football club located in the town of Břeclav. It currently plays in the Czech Fourth Division.
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