Czech Republic 1.Liga 2004-05

Final Table


Note (1): FC Slovan Liberec deducted 6 Points, 1. FC Slovácko Uherské Hradiste deducted 12 Points, Slezsky FC Opava deducted 6 Points.

Qualify for Champions League AC Sparta Praha (Champions), SK Slavia Praha, Qualify for UEFA CUP: FC Banik Ostrava (Cup-Winners), FK Teplice.

Relegated: 1.FKD Drnove (Financial Reasons), SK Dynamo Ceske Budejovice, Slezsky FC Opava. Promoted: FC SIAD Most, FC Vysocina Jihlava, FC Viktoria Plzen.

Irish Players


Republic of Ireland’s Paul Munster came on as a substitute in 3 matches for FK Slavia Praha in the Czech Republic’s 1.Liga Soccer League in 2004-05, helping them in a small way to second place behind Sparta Praha and a place in European competition for 2005-06.

SK Slavia Praha’s Home Ground: Eden Arena (Sinobo Stadium)

PRAGUE, CZECHIA – OCTOBER 23, 2019: Panoramic view of Eden Arena in Prague during the UEFA Champions League game Slavia Praha v Barcelona. Also known as Sinobo Stadium. Capacity 19370 people




[1] Mike Hammond (2006) “Czech Republic / SK Slavia Praha” The European Book of Football 2005/2006 pg. 224-238.m press (media) ltd, in association with World Soccer. Romford, Essex, England.


Thanks to John Wills, John Kane, John Morahan.


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