|Czech Republic national baseball team|
|Confederation||Confederation of European Baseball|
|Current||14 2 (31 December 2021)|
The Czech Republic national baseball team is the national baseball team of the Czech Republic. The team competes in the bi-annual European Baseball Championship.
|World Baseball Classic record||Qualification record|
|2006||Did not enter||No qualifiers held|
|2009||Did not enter||No qualifiers held|
|2013||Did not qualify||Germany||0||2||6||28|
|2017||Did not qualify||Mexico||1||2||22||12|
In 2009, Europe hosted the IBAF World Cup, the first time in history the Baseball World Cup was not hosted by a specific country. Prague hosted Group A of the pool round, and the Czech Republic team finished 20th, going 0–3 with losses to Australia, Mexico, and Chinese Taipei.
Team Czech Republic competed at the 2019 European Baseball Championship, and came in fifth, behind Team Israel. Among the players who competed for it were Martin Červenka and Marek Minařík.
Because Team Czech Republic finished in the top five in the 2019 European Baseball Championship, it moved on to the 2020 Olympics qualifiers in Italy in September 2019. There, it came in third, behind Israel and the Netherlands. Finished 3rd behind the Netherlands and Italy in 2003 for the Athens 2004 games.