FK Varnsdorf


FK Varnsdorf is a Czech professional football club located in Varnsdorf, Czech Republic. In 2011 the club changed its name from SK Slovan Varnsdorf to FK Varnsdorf.[1]

FK Varnsdorf
Full nameFotbalový klub Varnsdorf a.s.
Founded1938; 83 years ago (1938)
GroundMěstský stadion v Kotlině
Varnsdorf
Capacity5,000 (900 Seated)
ChairmanVlastimil Gabriel
ManagerPavel Drsek
LeagueCzech National Football League
2019–2014th
WebsiteClub website

The team's biggest success in recent history was finishing 2nd in the 2014–15 Czech National Football League and earning promotion to the Czech First League for the first time in club history. However, they forfeited the promotion due to their stadium Městský stadion v Kotlině failing to meet league requirements.[2]

Historical names


  • 1938 SK Hraničáři Varnsdorf
  • 194? Sokol Elite Varnsdorf
  • 1953 DSO Jiskra Varnsdorf (after merger with Sokol Velveta Varnsdorf)
  • 1957 TJ Slovan Varnsdorf (after merger with TJ Spartak Varnsdorf)
  • 1996 SK Slovan Varnsdorf
  • 2011 FK Varnsdorf [1]

Players


Current squad

As of 12 January 2021.[3]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK  CZE Adam Richter (on loan from Jablonec)
2 MF  CZE Ondřej Lehoczki (on loan from Slovan Liberec)
3 DF  CZE Karel Hasil (on loan from FK Teplice)
4 DF  CZE Petr Heppner (on loan from Slovan Liberec)
6 FW  CZE Jan Kubr
7 MF  KOR Kim Min-sung
8 MF  CZE Ondřej Bláha
9 FW  CZE Matěj Šimon (on loan from Slovan Liberec)
10 MF  CZE Daniel Novák
11 MF  CZE Dominik Breda (on loan from Jablonec)
No. Pos. Nation Player
12 FW  CZE Patrik Schön
14 MF  CZE Adam Ondráček
15 MF  CZE Marek Richter
17 DF  CZE Kristián Zbrožek
19 MF  UKR Pavlo Rudnytskyy
20 FW  CZE Ondřej Kocourek
21 MF  CZE Matěj Kubista (on loan from Jablonec)
28 GK  CZE Martin Vaňák
30 GK  CZE Tomáš Hladík

Notable former players

References


  1. "Varnsdorf i Most jsou bez licence na 2. ligu. Věří ale, že ji dostanou" (in Czech). idnes.cz. 8 June 2011. Retrieved 8 July 2011.
  2. "Varnsdorf vzdal postup a první ligu hrát nebude. Šanci má třetí Zlín" (in Czech). idnes.cz. 10 June 2015. Retrieved 10 June 2015.
  3. "Soupiska". FK Varnsdorf.