The Czech Republic national football side currently play in the UEFA Confederation where they are one of the most dominant teams in Central Europe along with Germany and Poland. The side have several notable players in their squad including Chelsea's Petr Cech, Arsenal's Tomas Rosicky and Matej Vydra and they wear an all red home kit with blue and white trim which reflects the country's national flag and their away kit is all white with red and blue trim.
The Czech Republic play their home games in strip comprising red shirts, white shorts and blue socks, with the away strip being all white. When the Czech Republic was part of Czechoslovakia, the national team had runner-up finishes in the World Cups of 1934 and 1962 with a European Championship win in 1976. Now, the Czech Republic is continuing the tradition, finishing second in Euro 96 and making the semi-finals of Euro 2004.
Czech Republic take preparations for the upcoming Euro '16 tournament to the next stage by officially unveiling their Puma manufactured away shirt. In terms of creating an elegant visual for a football shirt, you'd be hard-pressed to find a better example than Czech Republic's brand-new away stri [...]
Two tones of Czech red - PUMA Football unveil Czech Republic's brand new home kit for the 2016 UEFA European Championship in France. Headlined by a modernised chevron print on the front of the shirt, the new design for the Czechs again features the side's home colour of red where two tones of the [...]
The Czech Republic national team are the latest team by Puma to reveal their home and away kits for 2014. Supplied by Puma, the new Czech Republic home shirt features a enlarged watermarked lion on the front representing the country's national pride, power and will to win [...]
The Czech national football team played their first international under their present guise against Turkey in Istanbul on the 23rd February 1994 winning 4-1. The sides last major appearance in a major tournament was in the 2012 UEFA Euro in Poland and Ukraine where they finished top in a group containing Greece, Russia and hosts Poland and they ended up losing to Portugal 1-0 in the quarter-final.
Czech Republic formed when they split up from Slovakia known as Czechoslovakia in 1992 where the national team was founded in 1901 and their first international competition as Czech Republic was the 1996 UEFA Euro.