Miroslav Kadlec

Miroslav Kadlec ( born June 22, 1964 in Uherské Hradiště ) is a former Czech football player.

  • 2.1 club
  • 2.2 national team


Club career

Kadlec came in the season 1990/91 by TJ Vitkovice 1 FC Kaiserslautern. As a technically good defender Kadlec was eight years achievers of FCK and instrumental in winning the German Cup in 1991 and 1998 and the DFB Cup victory in 1996. Kadlec played 234 games for Kaiserslautern and scored 17 goals ( including 24 games per goal in the 2nd Bundesliga). After his departure from Kaiserslautern he played four years in the first Czech league before his career ended in 2002 and worked as a licensed player consultant.


He captained the Czech national football team at the European Championships in England in 1996 to the final (1:2 against Germany ). Overall Kadlec played 64 international matches (38 for Czechoslovakia, 26 for the Czech Republic ), scoring 2 goals (1 /1).



  • German Championship: Champions 1991 and 1998
  • DFB - Cup: Cup victory in 1996


  • FIFA World Cup: Quarter- finalist 1990
  • European Football Championship: Finalist 1996


Kadlec is married and has a son and a daughter. His son Michal ( born 1984 ) is self- footballer and currently plays for Fenerbahçe Istanbul.