The FK Teplice is a Czech football club in the Czech first league, the Gambrinus Liga, plays and is located in the city of Teplice. The club is also known as Skláři, which means in German The glassmakers. In Teplice some glass works are located, the glass manufacturer Glaverbel Czech is the main shareholder of the club.
Founded in 1945, the club achieved over three years, the first league, and plays since either here or in the second Czechoslovak, or Czech league. 1996 returned to the club after a long absence in the first league back and won in 1977, 2003 and 2009 the Czech Cup. In the UEFA Cup Teplice beat teams such as Feyenoord, 1 FC Kaiserslautern and Celtic Glasgow.
The biggest success in club history was the 2nd place in the 1998/99 season, the authorized to participate in the Champions League. In the third qualifying round was pulled against Borussia Dortmund 0:1 with twice the shorter.
In the 2004/05 season the club finished 3rd and qualified for the UEFA Cup. In the second qualifying round was encountered FC MTZ- Ripo Minsk, the first leg in the Belarusian capital ended 1-1. The second leg started on the expectations of the Czechs, Emil Rilke opened the scoring in the 55th minute ( 1-0), but in the 70th minute of the surprising settled Mkhitaryan (1:1). Everything looked after 30 minutes of extra time, but Teplice achieved the required goal before the final whistle of regular time, it was Jiri Masek in the 92nd minute. In the first round then Espanyol proved to be too difficult opponent. With a 1-1 draw in the first leg in Teplice could be quite satisfied. The 1-0 Jirsák fell after the restart in the 48th minute, but the 1-1 by Luis García ( 82 ) dropped the biggest dreams. The return match was 0:2 lost and you already retired from in the first round of the UEFA Cup.
In the 2005/2006 season, the team from Teplice only reached the 4th place and managed so that even the jump in the UEFA Intertoto Cup. They managed this season an inglorious record, it was the team in the Gambrinus Liga with the most draws ( 16 draw in 30 games this season ). A long time it was second, but the shape of the weakness Teplice - Eleven pulled up and away the later champions FC Slovan Liberec, but also the team FK Mladá Boleslav and SK Slavia Praha took the opportunity to overtake.
In Teplice waited in the summer of 2006 UEFA Intertoto Cup, where they met in the second round at the Grasshopper Club Zurich. The first leg at the Letzigrund ( stadium of FC Zurich ) lost the Czechs 2-0 in that second leg at the Na Stínadlech stadium also 2-0. In 2008, the FK Teplice reloaded at the Intertoto Cup. In the second round of the competition the team met Honved Budapest. The first leg lost the Czechs against the groups with 1:3. The return match won by the Czechs 2-0, but eliminated on the away goals rule.
History of the club name
As of July 31, 2013
- Czech Cup Winners' Cup in 1977, 2003 and 2009
Well-known former players
- Edin Džeko
- Martin Fenin
- Pavel Krmaš
- Josef Masopust
- Tomáš Poštulka
- Karel Rada
- Pavel Verbíř
- Pavel Horváth
Bohemians 1905 Prague | FC Zbrojovka Brno | FK Jablonec BAUMIT | FC Highlands Jihlava | 1 SC Znojmo | Slovan Liberec | FK Mladá Boleslav | SK Sigma Olomouc | Banik Ostrava | Viktoria Pilsen | Dukla Prague | Slavia Prague | Sparta Prague | 1 FK Pribram | 1 FC Slovácka | FK Teplice
- Czech football club
- Sport ( Teplice )
- Sports Club ( Ústí nad Labem Region )
- Founded in 1945