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|Other names||Pražské derby|
|Locale||Prague, Czech Republic|
|First meeting||29 March 1896|
|Most wins||Sparta Prague (133)|
|All-time series||Sparta: 133|
|Largest victory||Sparta 1–9 Slavia (1907)|
The Prague derby (Czech : Pražské derby) or Derby of the Prague S (Czech : Derby pražských S) is a football match between local Prague rivals SK Slavia Prague and AC Sparta Prague. The two clubs are considered to be the most successful in the Czech football, having won league and cup titles multiple times. The two were both founded in the late 19th century, Slavia one year before their rivals in 1892, though Slavia did not play football until four years later. The first match between the teams was played on 29 March 1896, with the game finishing 0–0. The two clubs are the most successful and famous in the country and their dominance has led the derby to be referred in a similar way as the Scottish Old Firm.[ citation needed ]
As of 5 May 2021 the fixture has been played 299 times. Sparta have won 133 of those matches, 72 ended as a draw and Slavia have won 94.
This derby occasionally also includes FK Dukla Prague or Bohemians 1905.
Updated 5 May2021
|Total official matches||76||23||23||30||84||96|
|Slavia Prague vs. Sparta Prague||Sparta Prague vs. Slavia Prague|
|1988–89||Czechoslovak First League||15–05–1989||Stadion Eden||3–0||10,203||12–10–1988||Strahov Stadium||2–1||28,105|
|1989–90||Czechoslovak First League||17–03–1990||Stadion Eden||0–1||5,329||28–08–1989||Strahov Stadium||3–0||9,900|
|1990–91||Czechoslovak First League||23–08–1990||Stadion Eden||3–3||4,733||18–03–1991||Strahov Stadium||4–1||12,710|
|1991–92||Czechoslovak First League||14–03–1992||Stadion Eden||1–1||6,712||18–08–1991||Strahov Stadium||0–1||24,401|
|1992–93||Czechoslovak First League||12–09–1992||Stadion Eden||2–0||17,580||29–03–1993||Strahov Stadium||0–2||29,270|
|1993–94||Czech First League||17–09–1993||Stadion Eden||1–1||8,380||09–04–1994||Strahov Stadium||4–1||9,976|
|1994–95||Czech First League||07–04–1995||Stadion Eden||0–1||13,456||09–09–1994||Letná Stadium||0–0||16,380|
|1995–96||Czech First League||09–09–1995||Stadion Eden||0–2||10,036||23–03–1996||Letná Stadium||3–1||15,437|
|1996–97||Czech First League||25–03–1997||Stadion Eden||1–1||12,123||21–09–1996||Letná Stadium||1–1||11,162|
|1997–98||Czech First League||13–09–1997||Stadion Eden||0–1||9,339||30–03–1998||Letná Stadium||1–1||15,628|
|1998–99||Czech First League||04–05–1999||Stadion Eden||1–0||10,106||21–09–1998||Letná Stadium||0–0||13,065|
|1999–00||Czech First League||08–11–1999||Stadion Eden||2–1||13,532||06–05–2000||Letná Stadium||5–1||18,849|
|2000–01||Czech First League||01–12–2000||Stadion Evžena Rošického||1–3||8,590||16–03–2001||Letná Stadium||4–4||16,350|
|2001–02||Czech First League||13–10–2001||Stadion Evžena Rošického||0–1||10,123||05–04–2002||Letná Stadium||1–1||12,686|
|2002–03||Czech First League||23–09–2002||Stadion Evžena Rošického||0–0||8,421||12–04–2003||Letná Stadium||2–0||18,228|
|2003–04||Czech First League||14–03–2004||Stadion Evžena Rošického||0–2||16,156||30–08–2003||Letná Stadium||0–0||16,662|
|2004–05||Czech First League||16–04–2005||Stadion Evžena Rošického||1–1||12,881||16–10–2004||Toyota Arena||2–0||15,012|
|2005–06||Czech First League||23–10–2005||Stadion Evžena Rošického||4–1||14,542||08–04–2006||Toyota Arena||2–1||20,318|
|2006–07||Czech First League||02–10–2006||Stadion Evžena Rošického||0–0||14,343||23–04–2007||Toyota Arena||1–0||20,318|
|2007–08||Czech First League||31–03–2008||Stadion Evžena Rošického||1–1||16,205||08–10–2007||AXA Arena||0–2||20,565|
|2008–09||Czech First League||13–04–2009||Synot Tip Arena||1–1||20,156||06–10–2008||AXA Arena||1–4||20,500|
|2009–10||Czech First League||05–10–2009||Synot Tip Arena||0–1||19,370||12–04–2010||Generali Arena||1–0||18,639|
|2010–11||Czech First League||20–09–2010||Synot Tip Arena||1–2||15,142||11–04–2011||Generali Arena||1–0||18,873|
|2011–12||Czech First League||24–03–2012||Synot Tip Arena||1–1||16,516||26–09–2011||Generali Arena||3–0||18,299|
|2012–13||Czech First League||29–09–2012||Eden Arena||1–0||15,654||13–04–2013||Generali Arena||3–1||19,410|
|2013–14||Czech First League||28–09–2013||Eden Arena||0–2||15,884||12–04–2014||Generali Arena||3–0||19,089|
|2014–15||Czech First League||27–09–2014||Eden Arena||0–2||16,661||11–04–2015||Generali Arena||2–1||18,665|
|2015–16||Czech First League||27–09–2015||Eden Arena||1–0||17,663||20–03–2016||Generali Arena||3–1||18,964|
|2016–17||Czech First League||02–04–2017||Eden Arena||1–1||19,084||25–09–2016||Generali Arena||0–2||18,397|
|2017–18||Czech First League||17–09–2017||Eden Arena||2–0||19,084||17–03–2018||Generali Arena||3–3||17,034|
|2018–19||Czech First League||14–04–2019||Sinobo Stadium||1–1||19,370||04–11–2018||Generali Arena||2–2||17,398|
|2019–20||Czech First League||08–03–2020||Sinobo Stadium||1–1||19,370||22–09–2019||Generali Arena||0–3||17,292|
|2020–21||Czech First League||11–04–2021||Sinobo Stadium||2–0||0||06–12–2020||Generali Arena||0–3||0|
|2021–22||Czech First League||05–03–2022||Sinobo Stadium||02–10–2021||Generali Arena|
|Team 1||Score||Team 2|
|1992–93||14 April 1993||Strahov Stadium||Slavia||Sparta||Czechoslovak Cup Quarter Final|
|1995–96||8 May 1996||Letná Stadium||Sparta||Slavia||Czech Cup Last 16|
|1998–99||4 May 1999||Letná Stadium||Sparta||Slavia||Czech Cup Semi-Final||6,432|
|2001–02||13 May 2002||Strahov Stadium||Sparta||Slavia||Czech Cup Final||8,820|
|2009–10||1 April 2010||Synot Tip Aréna||Slavia||Sparta||Czech Cup Semi-Final 1st leg||7,439|
|15 April 2010||Generali Arena||Sparta||Slavia||Czech Cup Semi-Final 2nd leg||10,577|
|2018–19||24 April 2019||Sinobo Stadium||Slavia||Sparta||Czech Cup Semi-Final||16,246|
|2020–21||5 May 2021||Genarli Arena||Sparta||Slavia||Czech Cup Semi-Final||0|
Top goal scorers since 1998–99 season
|Pavel Horváth||Sparta / Slavia||2 / 1||-||3|
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