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SFC Opava

Slezský FC Opava is a professional football club based in Opava, Czech Republic. The club plays in the Czech National Football League, the second of Czech football after being relegated from the Czech First League at the end of the 2020-21 season.

SFC Opava
Full nameSlezský fotbalový club Opava a.s.
Nickname(s)Slezský, žlutomodří
Founded1907; 114 years ago (1907)
GroundStadion v Městských sadech
Capacity7,758
ChairmanZdeněk Viktorin
ManagerRoman West
LeagueCzech National Football League
2020–2118th (relegated)
WebsiteClub website

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The club was in the Czech First League at the top tier of Czech football from 1995 to 2000, getting relegated in 2000 but returning to the top flight the following season in 2001. After another relegation they returned again in 2003 and had a two-year spell in the top division, but internal issues led to a slow decline of the club and relegation to the regional division. The club celebrated a return to the Second Division in 2011, but after just two seasons, they were relegated back to the Moravian–Silesian Football League (MSFL) in 2013. The club won promotion back into the second level of football in their first season in the MSFL. They won the Czech National Football League in 2018, securing promotion to the top flight. However they were relegated to the National League again in 2021.

  • 1907–09 – Troppauer Fussballverein
  • 1909–39 – Deutscher Sportverein Troppau
  • 1939–45 – NS Turngemeinde Troppau
  • 1945–48 – SK Slezan Opava
  • 1948–50 – Sokol Slezan Opava
  • 1950–53 – ZSJ SPJP Opava
  • 1953–58 – TJ Baník Opava
  • 1958–90 – TJ Ostroj Opava
  • 1990–94 – FK Ostroj Opava
  • 1994–98 – FC Kaučuk Opava
  • Since 1998 – SFC Opava

The club has a group of fanatical fans called Opaváci who frequently produce tifos and displays, as well as travel to away games. They have a friendship with fellow Silesian team Śląsk Wrocław and have derby rivalries with FC Baník Ostrava and FC Hlučín, with the matches between them known as the Silesian Derby.

Current squad

As of 11 September 2021.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK CZE Mikuláš Kubný
3 DF CMR Joss Didiba
5 DF CZE Jan Žídek
6 DF CZE Jiří Janoščín
7 MF CZE Samuel Sigut (on loan from MFK Frýdek-Místek)
8 FW CRO Luka Pisačić
9 FW CZE Lukáš Holík
10 FW CZE Denis Kramář
11 FW CZE Tomáš Rataj
12 MF CZE Adam Gorčica
15 DF CZE Adam Rychlý
17 MF CZE Denis Darmovzal
No. Pos. Nation Player
18 DF CZE Josef Celba
19 DF CZE Matěj Helebrand
20 DF CZE Josef Hnaníček
21 DF CZE Jan Kadlec
22 DF CZE Matěj Helešic
23 MF POL Bartosz Pikul
24 DF CZE Oliver Putyera
25 MF CZE Adam Ščudla
27 DF CZE Matěj Helešic
29 GK CZE Kryštof Lasák
31 GK SVK Tomáš Digaňa
32 FW CZE Dominik Smékal

Out on loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player

Notable former players

For a more comprehensive list, see Category:SFC Opava players.
As of 30 May 2021.

Highlighted players are in the current squad.

Most appearances

Most goals

Most clean sheets

# Name Clean sheets
1 René Twardzik 22
2 Vilém Fendrich 15
3 Petr Vašek 11
  • Vlastimil Bělík (1945–?)
  • Jan Novák (late 1940s)
  • Václav Smetánka (late 1940s)
  • Karel Novák (1957)
  • Milan Pouba (1958 – April 1961)
  • Josef Černohorský (April 1961 – September 1961)
  • Milan Pouba (September 1961 – 1963), second term
  • Karel Čapek (1963–1964)
  • Milan Pouba (1964–1965)
  • Karel Čapek (1965 – September 1966)
  • Jan Balnar (September 1966 – 1967)
  • Milan Pouba (1967 – August 1968)
  • Karel Novák (September 1968 – 1970)
  • Anton Krásnohorský (1970)
  • Evžen Hadamczik (1970–1978)
  • Karel Větrovec (1978)
  • Květoslav Stříž (1978)
  • Milan Pouba (1978–1979)
  • Petr Hudec (1979–1980)
  • Milan Pouba (1980–1981)
  • Alois Sommer (1981–1990)
  • Petr Žemlík (1990–1992)
  • Petr Ondrášek (1992)
  • Oldřich Sedláček (1992 – April 1993)
  • Alois Sommer (1993)
  • Jaroslav Pindor (1993)
  • Jaroslav Gürtler (1993–1994)
  • Petr Žemlík (1994–1997)
  • Jiří Nejedlý (1997–1998)
  • Petr Žemlík (1998)
  • Jiří Bartl (1998–2000)
  • Petr Uličný (2000)
  • Bohuš Keler (2000–01)
  • Miroslav Mentel (2001–02)
  • Karel Jarůšek (2002–03)
  • Pavel Hapal (2003–04)
  • Vlastimil Palička (2004–05)
  • Radoslav Látal (2008–09)
  • Josef Mazura (2010–12)
  • David Vavruška (2012–13)
  • Jan Baránek (2013–16)
  • Roman Skuhravý (2016–2018)
  • Ivan Kopecký (2018–2019)
  • Josef Dvorník (2019)
  • Jiří Balcárek (2019–2020)
  • Radoslav Kováč (2020–2021)
  • Roman West (since 2021)

Czech First League records

  1. "MSFL: Fotbalisté Slezského FC pod drobnohledem". denik.cz (in Czech). 2 July 2011. Retrieved18 June 2013.
  2. "Opavští fotbalisté musejí po sestupu najít kostru týmu". idnes.cz (in Czech). 5 June 2013. Retrieved18 June 2013.
  3. "Fotbalisté Opavy postupují z MSFL do druhé nejvyšší soutěže". idnes.cz (in Czech). 1 June 2014. Retrieved10 June 2014.
  4. Opaváci1907.cz
  5. "hooligans.cz -:- ultras.cz - oficiální server českých a slovenských fotbalových chuligánů a fanoušků". Hooligans.cz. Retrieved26 August 2018.
  6. "Soupiska muži 2020/2021". sfc.cz. Slezský FC Opava.
  7. "Detailed stats". Fortuna liga.
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SFC Opava
SFC Opava Language Watch Edit Slezsky FC Opava is a professional football club based in Opava Czech Republic The club plays in the Czech National Football League the second of Czech football after being relegated from the Czech First League at the end of the 2020 21 season SFC OpavaFull nameSlezsky fotbalovy club Opava a s Nickname s Slezsky zlutomodriFounded1907 114 years ago 1907 GroundStadion v Mestskych sadechCapacity7 758ChairmanZdenek ViktorinManagerRoman WestLeagueCzech National Football League2020 2118th relegated WebsiteClub websiteHome coloursAway coloursThird colours Contents 1 History 2 Historical names 3 Fans and rivalries 4 Players 4 1 Current squad 4 2 Out on loan 4 3 Notable former players 5 Player records in the Czech First League 5 1 Most appearances 5 2 Most goals 5 3 Most clean sheets 6 Managers 7 Honours 8 Club records 8 1 Czech First League records 9 References 10 External linksHistory EditThe club was in the Czech First League at the top tier of Czech football from 1995 to 2000 getting relegated in 2000 but returning to the top flight the following season in 2001 After another relegation they returned again in 2003 and had a two year spell in the top division but internal issues led to a slow decline of the club and relegation to the regional division The club celebrated a return to the Second Division in 2011 1 but after just two seasons they were relegated back to the Moravian Silesian Football League MSFL in 2013 2 The club won promotion back into the second level of football in their first season in the MSFL 3 They won the Czech National Football League in 2018 securing promotion to the top flight However they were relegated to the National League again in 2021 Historical names Edit1907 09 Troppauer Fussballverein 1909 39 Deutscher Sportverein Troppau 1939 45 NS Turngemeinde Troppau 1945 48 SK Slezan Opava 1948 50 Sokol Slezan Opava 1950 53 ZSJ SPJP Opava 1953 58 TJ Banik Opava 1958 90 TJ Ostroj Opava 1990 94 FK Ostroj Opava 1994 98 FC Kaucuk Opava Since 1998 SFC OpavaFans and rivalries EditThe club has a group of fanatical fans called Opavaci 4 who frequently produce tifos and displays as well as travel to away games They have a friendship with fellow Silesian team Slask Wroclaw 5 and have derby rivalries with FC Banik Ostrava and FC Hlucin with the matches between them known as the Silesian Derby Players EditCurrent squad Edit As of 11 September 2021 6 Note Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules Players may hold more than one non FIFA nationality No Pos Nation Player1 GK CZE Mikulas Kubny3 DF CMR Joss Didiba5 DF CZE Jan Zidek6 DF CZE Jiri Janoscin7 MF CZE Samuel Sigut on loan from MFK Frydek Mistek 8 FW CRO Luka Pisacic9 FW CZE Lukas Holik10 FW CZE Denis Kramar11 FW CZE Tomas Rataj12 MF CZE Adam Gorcica15 DF CZE Adam Rychly17 MF CZE Denis Darmovzal No Pos Nation Player18 DF CZE Josef Celba19 DF CZE Matej Helebrand20 DF CZE Josef Hnanicek21 DF CZE Jan Kadlec22 DF CZE Matej Helesic23 MF POL Bartosz Pikul24 DF CZE Oliver Putyera25 MF CZE Adam Scudla27 DF CZE Matej Helesic29 GK CZE Krystof Lasak31 GK SVK Tomas Digana32 FW CZE Dominik SmekalOut on loan Edit Note Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules Players may hold more than one non FIFA nationality No Pos Nation PlayerNotable former players Edit For a more comprehensive list see Category SFC Opava players Player records in the Czech First League EditAs of 30 May 2021 7 Highlighted players are in the current squad Most appearances Edit Name Matches1 Jan Baranek 1452 Jaroslav Kolinek 1383 Alois Grussmann 1314 Miroslav Kamas 1295 Roman Hendrych 1196 Tomas Vychodil 93 Most goals Edit Name Goals1 Alois Grussmann 332 Jan Baranek 173 Radomir Prasek 134 Roman Hendrych 12 Martin Rozhon Jiri Bartl Most clean sheets Edit Name Clean sheets1 Rene Twardzik 222 Vilem Fendrich 153 Petr Vasek 11Managers EditVlastimil Belik 1945 8 Jan Novak late 1940s 8 Vaclav Smetanka late 1940s 8 Karel Novak 1957 9 Milan Pouba 1958 9 April 1961 10 Josef Cernohorsky April 1961 10 September 1961 11 Milan Pouba September 1961 11 1963 12 second term Karel Capek 1963 1964 13 Milan Pouba 1964 14 1965 15 Karel Capek 1965 15 September 1966 16 Jan Balnar September 1966 16 1967 17 Milan Pouba 1967 17 August 1968 18 Karel Novak September 1968 18 1970 19 Anton Krasnohorsky 1970 20 Evzen Hadamczik 1970 20 1978 21 Karel Vetrovec 1978 21 Kvetoslav Striz 1978 22 Milan Pouba 1978 1979 22 Petr Hudec 1979 1980 23 Milan Pouba 1980 24 1981 25 Alois Sommer 1981 25 1990 26 Petr Zemlik 1990 27 1992 28 Petr Ondrasek 1992 29 Oldrich Sedlacek 1992 April 1993 29 Alois Sommer 1993 29 Jaroslav Pindor 1993 30 Jaroslav Gurtler 1993 30 1994 31 Petr Zemlik 1994 31 1997 32 Jiri Nejedly 1997 1998 33 Petr Zemlik 1998 33 Jiri Bartl 1998 2000 Petr Ulicny 2000 Bohus Keler 2000 01 Miroslav Mentel 2001 02 Karel Jarusek 2002 03 Pavel Hapal 2003 04 Vlastimil Palicka 2004 05 Radoslav Latal 2008 09 Josef Mazura 2010 12 David Vavruska 2012 13 Jan Baranek 2013 16 Roman Skuhravy 2016 2018 Ivan Kopecky 2018 2019 Josef Dvornik 2019 Jiri Balcarek 2019 2020 Radoslav Kovac 2020 2021 Roman West since 2021 Honours EditCzech 2 liga second tier Runner up 1994 95 2000 01 2002 03 Moravian Silesian Football League third tier Champions 2010 11 2013 14 Krajsky prebor Moravskoslezskeho kraje fifth tier Champions 2005 06 Czech Cup Runner up 2016 17Club records EditCzech First League records Edit Best position 6th 1995 96 Worst position 18th 2020 21 Biggest home win Opava 5 0 Pribram 2018 19 Biggest away win Slovacko 0 2 Opava 2018 19 Biggest home defeat Opava 0 6 Slavia Prague 2020 21 Biggest away defeat Jablonec 5 0 Opava 2001 02 Mlada Boleslav 6 1 Opava 2018 19 References Edit MSFL Fotbaliste Slezskeho FC pod drobnohledem denik cz in Czech 2 July 2011 Retrieved 18 June 2013 Opavsti fotbaliste museji po sestupu najit kostru tymu idnes cz in Czech 5 June 2013 Retrieved 18 June 2013 Fotbaliste Opavy postupuji z MSFL do druhe nejvyssi souteze 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