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1996–97 Gambrinus liga

Gambrinus liga
Season 1996–97
Champions Sparta Prague
Relegated Karviná
Bohemians Prague
Champions League Sparta Prague
Cup Winners' Cup Slavia Prague
UEFA Cup Jablonec
Boby Brno
Top goalscorer Horst Siegl (19)
Highest attendance 44,120[1]
Brno 1–1 Slavia Prague
(2 October 1996)

The 1996–97 Gambrinus liga was the fourth season of top-tier football in the Czech Republic. The season saw a Czech league attendance record for a single match, as 44,120 watched the game between Boby Brno and Slavia Prague.[1]

League standings

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1. AC Sparta Praha 30 19 8 3 61 20 +41 65
2. SK Slavia Praha 30 18 7 5 59 24 +35 61
3. FK Jablonec nad Nisou 30 17 5 8 40 29 +11 56
4. FC Boby Brno 30 14 10 6 44 35 +9 52
5. FC Slovan Liberec 30 12 10 8 33 30 +3 46
6. SK České Budějovice 30 11 11 8 38 40 -2 44
7. FC Petra Drnovice 30 12 7 11 53 44 +9 43
8. FC Sigma Olomouc 30 10 10 10 36 30 +6 40
9. Kaučuk Opava 30 10 10 10 34 35 -1 40
10. FC Baník Ostrava 30 8 13 9 33 35 -2 37
11. FC Viktoria Plzeň 30 7 11 12 33 37 -4 32
12. FK Viktoria Žižkov 30 6 11 13 17 33 -16 29
13. FK Teplice 30 6 10 14 21 37 -16 28
14. SK Hradec Králové 30 5 13 12 22 39 -17 28
15. FC Karviná 30 6 7 17 25 50 -25 25
16. SK Bohemians Praha 30 4 7 19 22 53 -31 19

P = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

Champion
Relegation to 2. liga

Top goalscorer

Scorer Goals Team
Czech Republic Horst Siegl
19
AC Sparta Praha

References

  • (Czech) ČMFS statistics

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