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Prague Championship
Country Czech Republic
Number of teams16
Level on pyramid5
Promotion toDivize B
Relegation toI.A class
Domestic cup(s)Czech Cup
Current championsTJ Spoje Praha[1]

The Prague Football Championship is a football competition for teams in the Prague metropolitan area of the Czech Republic. The competition is organized by the Prague Football Association (PFA) and is one of the regional leagues that make up the Czech football league system.


The Prague Football Championship was founded in 1919, shortly after the formation of the Czechoslovak Republic. The competition initially consisted of teams from Prague and its surrounding areas, and was one of the top regional leagues in the country.

In the early years, the championship was dominated by the biggest Prague clubs such as Sparta Prague, Slavia Prague and DFC Prague. However, as the competition grew, more and more smaller clubs began to participate, leading to a more diverse range of winners.

During the Communist era, the Prague Football Championship was merged with other regional leagues to form the Central Bohemian Championship. However, following the Velvet Revolution of 1989, the competition was re-established as a separate entity.


The Prague Football Championship is currently divided into several divisions, with promotion and relegation between them. The top division is the Prague Football League, which consists of 16 teams. The second division is the Prague Football Division A, which consists of 16 teams, and so on.

At the end of each season, the top teams from each division are promoted to the division above, while the bottom teams are relegated to the division below.

Notable Clubs

Some of the most successful clubs in the history of the Prague Football Championship include Sparta Prague, Slavia Prague, DFC Prague, Viktoria Žižkov, Bohemians Prague and FC Zličín.

Prague championship clubs, 2023–24

Club Previous season
ABC Braník 8th
ČAFC Prague 6th
FC Tempo Prague 4th
FC Zličín 7th
SK Střešovice 1911 1st in Class 1.A (group B)
FK Dukla Jižní Město 2nd
FK Viktoria Žižkov B 12th
AFK Slavoj Podolí Praha 13th
FC Slavoj Vyšehrad 14th
SK Motorlet Prague B 9th
SK Třeboradice 1st in Class 1.A (group A)
SK Čechie Uhříněves 11th
Sokol Kolovraty 5th
FC Přední Kopanina 3rd
SK Dolní Chabry 2nd in Class 1.A (group A)
Sokol Královice 10th

Prague Championship champions

Season Winners Runners-up
2004–05 H.Měcholupy Dukla
2005–06 Admira Kopanina
2006–07 H.Měcholupy Dukla
2007–08 Meteor Kopanina
2008–09 Př. Kopanina Dukla B
2009–10 Zličín Radotín
2010–11 Radotín Dukla B
2011–12 Aritma Bohemians B
2012–13 Vršovice Libuš
2013–14 Sokol Královice Libuš
2014–15 FC Přední Kopanina SK Uhelné sklady Prague
2015–16 FC Přední Kopanina Bohemians Prague (Střížkov)
2016–17 FK Motorlet Praha B SK Třeboradice
2017–18 SK Třeboradice FK Dukla Jižní Město
2018–19 SK Újezd Praha 4 TJ Sokol Královice
2019–20 FK Admira Praha B SK Újezd Praha 4
2020–21 FK Admira Praha B FK Motorlet Praha B
2021–22 SK Újezd Praha 4 FK Dukla Jižní Město
2022–23 TJ Spoje Praha FK Dukla Jižní Město


  1. ^ "Pražský přebor".