2005â€“06 Gambrinus liga
The Gambrinus League 2005/ 06 was the 13th season of the highest Czech league in football, the Gambrinus Liga. She was discharged of 5 August 2005 to 13 May 2006, a winter break from December 13 to February 17, 2006. 16 teams played a total of 30 game days divided into a back and a second round each against each other twice. For a victory, there were three, one for a draw and a defeat for no point. Master was at the end of the season the team with the most points, relegated to the second league had the two teams with the least points.
Czech football champions for the second time after 2001 /02 Slovan Liberec. The second place went to last year's freshman FK Mladá Boleslav against Slavia Prague due to better direct comparison in the case of equal points (54). The FK Teplice qualified by the fourth place for the UEFA Intertoto Cup 2006. Giants Sparta Prague was only fifth, it was the worst performance since the introduction of the league in 1993. Prague, the European Cup participation secured but by the victory at the Czech Cup. Had to dismount the newcomer FC Highlands Jihlava and the village club FK Chmel Blšany, who had held in the first league since 1998.
Scorer with eleven goals of the Slovak Milan Ivana from 1 FC Slovácka, the best foreign player was Dušan Švento Slavia Prague chosen.
Pl = space; Sp = games; S = Wins; D = Draw; N = Losses; Tordi. = Goal Difference; Pts = Points
Goal scorers list
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Continental Cup competitions: Champions League | UEFA Cup | UEFA Intertoto Cup
State Championships: Albania | Andorra | Armenia | Azerbaijan | Belgium | Bosnia and Herzegovina | Bulgaria | Denmark | Germany | England | Estonia | Faroe Islands | Finland | France | Georgia | Greece | Ireland | Iceland | Israel | Italy | Kazakhstan | Croatia | Latvia | Lithuania | Luxembourg | Macedonia | Malta | Moldova | Netherlands | Northern Ireland | Norway | Austria | Poland | Portugal | Romania | Russia | San Marino | Scotland | Sweden | Switzerland | Serbia and Montenegro | Slovakia | Slovenia | Spain | Switzerland | Turkey | Ukraine | Hungary | Wales | Russia | Cyprus
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- Football in 2006