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FK Hvězda Cheb

Hvězda Cheb
Full name FK Hvězda Cheb
Founded 1951, 2001
Ground Stadion Lokomotiva, Cheb, Czech Republic
League 4. Liga, Divize A
2012–13 5. Liga (Karlovarský kraj), 1st
Home colours

FK Hvězda Cheb is a Czech football club, playing in the town of Cheb. The club was founded in 1951 and refounded in 2001 after a bankruptcy in 1996. The club played for 13 years in the Czechoslovak First League between 1979 and 1992,[1] and played three seasons in the Gambrinus liga, finishing fourth in the 1993–94 season. It currently plays in the Karlovarský kraj (Carlsbad Region) championship, which is in the fifth tier of Czech football. It was advanced to Bohemian Football League between 2006 and 2008.

The club also had one appearance in Europe playing the Mitropa Cup in 1980.

The club announced a change in its name from Union Cheb to Hvězda Cheb in 2011.[2]

Club's name

  • 1951 : VSJ Sokolovo Cheb
  • 1952 : DSO Rudá Hvězda Cheb
  • 1966 : VTJ Dukla Hraničář Cheb
  • 1972 : TJ Rudá Hvězda Cheb (RH Cheb)
  • 1990 : SKP Union Cheb
  • 1994 : FC Union Cheb
  • 2011 : FK Hvězda Cheb

Famous players

Czechoslovak and Czech international players


External links

  • Official website
es:FK Hvězda Cheb
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