Synonyms for sk_slovan or Related words with sk_slovan
Examples of "sk_slovan"
Molnár played for
Bratislava and later CH Bratislava.
Buberník played for the junior team of
Bratislava, and later played for FC Košice and CH Bratislava.
Petr Zieris (born 19 March 1989) is a Czech footballer currently playing for
Varnsdorf on loan from Slovan Liberec. He plays as a defender.
RSC Anderlechtois beat
Bratislava of Czechoslovakia in the first round of the 1974–75 European Champion Clubs' Cup (lost 2-4 away, won 3-1 at home).
The club was founded in 1928 after the merger of SK Moravská Slavia and
Ostrava. Vítkovice were the champions of the Czechoslovak First Ice Hockey League in the 1951–52 and 1980–81 seasons.
ŠK Slovan Bratislava Ženy is a women's football team representing
Bratislava in the Slovak Women's First League It has won eleven leagues, including the four last ones as of 2012.
First Slovenian football club Hermes was founded in Ljubljana in 1909. 2 clubs based in Ljubljana – SK Ilirija and
participated in 1920 Slovenian League as founding members.
Born in Schwechat on outskirts of Vienna, Vytlačil started his career at the local club Phönix Schwechat. Later he played for
Wien, SK Rapid Wien and Favoritner Sportclub in the Austrian Championship and for Slavia Prague in the Czechoslovakian Championship.
The midfielder began his career with ŠKP Dúbravka and joined than in summer 2005 in the "juniori" team of
Bratislava. He played for Slovan Bratislava between March 2008 and joined than in the youthteam of FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce. After eight months with the A-youth of Zlaté Moravce was promoted in January 2009 to the seniorside.
He then signed back for another spell at Richmond Park where he captained the side to the League triumph in the 1995/96 season under manager Brian Kerr. Despite missing out on the Champions League due to then format in the first ever European tie at Richmond Park McDonnell scored in the UEFA Cup tie with
Afedzie began his career with Liberty Professionals F.C. in September 2005 signed than for Hearts of Oak. He left after three years Hearts of Oak to join on 8 January 2008 to Libyan Premier League club Al-Ittihad Tripoli. After only one and a half year left Afedzie the Libyan club Al-Ittihad Tripoli and turned back to Hearts of Oak on 29 April 2009, just few months later signed for HŠK Zrinjski Mostar, here played his first match on 15 July 2009 against
Bratislava at the Champions League Qualifying 2009/2010.
FK Varnsdorf is a Czech football club located in Varnsdorf, Czech Republic. On 25 June, 2010, the club was promoted to the second tier of the Czech football league system, despite finishing only 6th in the previous season's ČFL. This was due to FK Bohemians Praha (Střížkov) not being awarded a license for the second tier for the 2010–2011 season, and the teams from ČFL in positions 2–5 refusing the chance to play in the next league. It currently plays in the Czech 2. Liga. In 2011 the club changed its name from
Varnsdorf to FK Varnsdorf.
In 2015 the club was renamed to their original name Europa FC. The side entered the UEFA Europa League once again, without a manager as Dimas Carrasco had not yet been appointed. The side lost 9–0 on aggregate to
Bratislava with a new look side that received criticism from fans due to the lack of Gibraltarian players and large number of Spanish signings. Another season in 2nd place followed, although July 2016 did see Europa win their first continental cup tie, winning 3–2 on aggregate against FC Pyunik in the 2016-17 UEFA Europa League.
In a friendly match against
Varnsdorf just prior to the start of the 2007-08 season Philipakos suffered an athletic pubalgia (more commonly referred to as a "sports hernia") on his right side and tore his adductor longus muscle on the same side. His doctors did not detect the sports hernia. Once the adductor healed, Philipakos made his Gambrinus Liga debut against FK Mladá Boleslav on 16 September 2007. Philipakos struggled with pain and could not continue to play after his debut. Several more misdiagnoses left him in limbo for several weeks, but a trip to Germany finally revealed the hernia. In November 2007 Philipakos had the problem surgically repaired at the Hernienzentrum clinic in Munich by world-renowned hernia operation specialist Ulrike Muschaweck.
Popluhár started his football career after high school with RH Brno. However, he is best known for the 15 seasons he spent with ŠK Slovan Bratislava where he made 262 competitive appearances in defence, scoring 21 goals, and following further stints with Brno and Zbrojovka Brno finished on 306 Czechoslovak league games and a goalscoring tally of 24. After finishing his career with Slovan in 1968 he moved to French league side Olympique Lyonnais. Two seasons there were enough, but subsequently he spent five years with Austrian amateur club
Vienna as player/coach. Many of the thousands of fans in Vienna thought that Popluhár would be shown up by players twenty years younger than he was, but this did not happen. However, at the age of 44 Popluhár realised that his playing career was over.
The Franz Horr Stadium (Franz-Horr-Stadion in German) is a football stadium in the south of Vienna, Austria. It has been the home ground of FK Austria Wien since 1973. The stadium was built in 1925 as the new home of Czech immigrants' club
Vienna and had a capacity of 10,850. Named after another Czech football club which owned the ground, the stadium was called České srdce ("Czech heart") ground. Largely destroyed during World War II, each of the four stands has been reconstructed several times since. The stadium was renamed Franz-Horr-Stadion in honour of the Wiener Fußball-Verband's (Vienna Football Association) president Franz Horr who died in 1974.
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