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FK Teplice

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About FK Teplice

FK Teplice is a Czech Republic association football club based in the city of Teplice, 80 km north of Prague. The club currently plays in the Gambrinus liga.

The club was founded after World War II in 1945. The club advanced to the Czechoslovak First League in just three years after being founded and played mostly in the First and Second Czechoslovak divisions. After the Velvet Revolution and comeback of rich sponsor, Glaverbel (spin out of glassworks Sklo Union in 1991), the club played in the Czech 2. Liga until returning to the Gambrinus liga in the 1996–97 Gambrinus liga. Teplice were runners up in the 1998–99 Gambrinus liga and went on to play in the 1999–2000 UEFA Champions League, although they lost their first match against Borussia Dortmund. The club subsequently won the Czech Republic Football Cup in 2003 and went on to beat 1. FC Kaiserslautern and Feyenoord en route to the third round of the 2003–04 UEFA Cup before losing over two legs against Celtic F.C..

Since 2011, Teplice have had an agreement where SK Roudnice nad Labem is acting as their farm team.

Recent situation

The club's best league position was second in the 1998–99 Gambrinus liga. In the 2004–05 Gambrinus liga the team finished third, with the same number of points as second-place SK Slavia Prague. The finish allowed them to play in the third round of the UEFA Cup qualification, which Teplice won against FC MTZ-RIPO. In the first round of the UEFA Cup Teplice faced RCD Espanyol de Barcelona. They were eliminated after drawing 1–1 in the first leg and losing 0–2 in the second leg.

In the 2007–08 Gambrinus liga the team finished in fifth place in the Gambrinus liga. The result earned them a place in the 2008 UEFA Intertoto Cup. However they lost on away goals in their first fixture, against Budapest Honvéd FC.

In 2008–09 Czech Republic Football Cup Teplice again won the cup, qualifying yet again for European competition, this time the newly-branded 2009–10 UEFA Europa League. However they went out in their first fixture, a 2–3 aggregate loss against Hapoel Tel Aviv F.C..

Historical names

- 1945 — SK Teplice-Šanov (Sportovní klub Teplice-Šanov)
- 1948 — Sokol Teplice
- 1949 — ZSJ Technomat Teplice (Základní sportovní jednota Technomat Teplice)
- 1951 — ZSJ Vodotechna Teplice (Základní sportovní jednota Vodotechna Teplice)
- 1952 — ZSJ Ingstav Teplice (Základní sportovní jednota Ingstav Teplice)
- 1953 — DSO Tatran Teplice (Dobrovolná sportovní organizace Tatran Teplice)
- 1960 — TJ Slovan Teplice (Tělovýchovná jednota Slovan Teplice)
- 1966 — TJ Sklo Union Teplice (Tělovýchovná jednota Sklo Union Teplice)
- 1991 — TFK VTJ Teplice (Tělovýchovný fotbalový klub Vojenská tělovýchovná jednota Teplice)
- 1993 — FK Frydrych Teplice (Fotbalový klub Frydrych Teplice)
- 1994 — FK Teplice (Fotbalový klub Teplice, a.s.)




Out on loan



Former players

- Edin Džeko
- Martin Fenin
- Petr Benát
- Josef Kaufman
- Jan Štohanzl
- Jiří Sabou
- Tomáš Jun

Managers


- Zdeněk Šteflík (1945-46)
- Rudolf Krčil (1947-48)
- Rudolf Vytlačil (1948-50)
- P. Kuželík (1950-51)
- Rudolf Krčil (1952-62)
- Vlastimil Chobot (1962-65)
- Jan Kalous (1965-66)
- Antonín Rýgr (1966-70)
- Josef Forejt (1970-73)
- Antonín Rýgr (1973-77)
- Karel Bílek (1977-79)
- Vladimír Mirka (1979-81)
- František Cerman (1981-83)
- Milan Kollár (1983-84)
- Josef Zadina (1984-85)
- Karel Vytisk (1985-86)
- Jiří Rubáš (1986-87)

- František Cerman (1987-89)
- Jaromír Mixa (1989-91)
- Milan Bokša (1991-93)
- František Cerman (1993-97)
- Josef Pešice (1997-00)
- Petr Rada (2000–01)
- Michal Bílek (2001)
- Dušan Uhrin (2001)
- František Cipro (2001-02)
- František Straka (2002-04)
- Jiří Nevrlý (2004)
- Jan Poštulka (2004)
- Vlastislav Mareček (2004-06)
- Jiří Bartl (2007)
- Petr Rada (2007–08)
- Jiří Plíšek (2008–11)
- Petr Rada (2011–)

Honours

Domestic

- Czech Republic Football Cup: 2
- - 2003, 2008–09 Czech Republic Football Cup
- Gambrinus liga: (Runner-up) 1998–99 Gambrinus liga

International

Iran International Tournament
- Winner: 1975 Iran International Tournament
- Runner-up: 1974 Iran International Tournament




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