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2020 UEFA European Championship First Phase Group D

Czech Republic 0 England 1 [0-1]
Match Summary
Czech Republic Squad
England Squad
Team Records
The Nároďák European Championship Finals Squad  June 2021
←Previous Czech Squad that faced England (998)  
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
all born in the Czech area of Czechoslovakia (1 January 1993), except where stated
7. Barák, Antonín 3 December 1994 26 M Udinese Calcio, Italy 21 6
18. Bořil, Jan 11 January 1991 30 LB Sk Slavia Praha 25 0
4. Brabec, Jakub 6 August 1992 28 CD FC Viktoria Plzeň 21 1
5. Coufal, Vladimír 22 August 1992 28 RB West Ham United FC, England 18 1
3. Čelůstka, Ondřej 18 June 1989 31 CD AC Sparta Praha 28 3
8. Darida, Vladimír 8 August 1990 30 CM Hertha, Berliner SC, Germany 74 8
19. Hložek, Adam 25 July 2002 18 M AC Sparta Praha 5 0
9. Holeš, Tomáš 31 March 1993 28 RB Sk Slavia Praha 10 1
14. Jankto, Jakub 19 January 1996 25 LM UC Sampdoria, Italy 37 4
2. Kadeřábek, Pavel 25 April 1992 29 RB TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, Germany 47 3
6. Kalas, Tomáš 15 May 1993 28 CD Bristol City FC, England 25 2
23. Koubek, Tomáš 26 August 1992 28 G FC Augsburg 1907, Austria 11 ᵍᵃ
Koubek replaced Pavlenka in the squad on 12 June
21. Král, Alex 19 May 1998
in Košice, Slovakia
23 DM FC Spartak Moskva, Russia
Фк Спартак Москва
19 2
11. Krmenčík, Michael 15 March 1993 28 F Club Brugge KV, Belgium 31 9
16. Mandous, Aleš 21 April 1992 29 G SK Sigma Olomouc 1 0
12. Masopust, Lukáš 12 February 1993 28 RM Sk Slavia Praha 24 2
22. Matějů, Aleš 3 June 1996 24 RB Brescia Calcio, Italy 4 0
23. Pavlenka, Jiří 14 April 1992 29 G Sv Werder Bremen von 1899, Germany 14 ᵍᵃ
Pavlenka withdrew from the squad on 12 June because of a back injury
24. Pekhart, Tomáš 26 May 1989 31 F Legia Warszawa SA, Poland 21 2
25. Pešek, Jakub 24 June 1993 27 M FC Slovan Liberec, Slovakia 2 1
26. Sadílek, Michal 31 May 1999 22 M Philips Sport Vereniging, Netherlands 1 0
10. Schick, Patrik 24 January 1996 25 CF Bayer 04 Leverkusen, Germany 28 14
15. Souček, Tomáš 27 February 1995 26 M West Ham United FC, England 37 7
13. Ševčík, Petr 4 May 1994 27 M Sk Slavia Praha 9 0
1. Vaclík, Tomáš 29 March 1989 32 G Sevilla FC, Spain 39 ᵍᵃ
20. Vydra, Matěj 1 May 1992 29 F Burnley FC, England 37 6
17. Zima, David 8 November 2000 20 D Sk Slavia Praha 2 0

Squad details correct up to and including Czech Republic's match against Croatia on 18 June 2021.
Tallies taken from


Tuesday, 4 May 2021 - Teams will be allowed to select a 26-player squad instead of 23 at this summer's delayed European Championship Finals. The change has been implemented to lessen the load on players after a club season compressed because of the coronavirus pandemic. It will also help managers adapt if outbreaks occur during the tournament.

Tuesday, 25 May 2021 -
Sparta Prague's teenager Adam Hložek was named in the Czech Republic's squad for the European Championship. The 18 year old forward is the youngest player on the team announced by coach Jaroslav Šilhavý. Hložek missed several games in the Czech League this season due to injury but still scored eleven goals and set up another seven in his 18 appearances. He also became the youngest player to score a hat-trick in the competition. The squad is spearheaded by West Ham's Tomáš Souček and Vladimír Coufal. However, former captain, Bořek Dočkal, was dropped.  He is however, in a group of 17 reserve players.

Thursday, 27 May 2021 - Michal Sadílek has been added to the European Championship squad. He played in the Under-21 European Championship matches and will be the only Czech player to be participating in both Tournaments. The decision was delayed while the coach awaited the outcome of Ondřej Kúdela's appeal against his ten match suspension, upheld by UEFA.

Saturday, 29 May 2021 - The Czech Republic squad have decided to base themselves back in Prague instead of the Oriam Training Centre near Edinburgh for the duration of the European Championships. The original decision had meant Scotland had to base themselves near Darlington, using the facilities of Middlesbrough FC. However, the Czechs have now announced "We will fly to each of our group stage matches separately." Blaming their decision on the Covid19 restrictions and rues in Scotland. "One positively tested member of the team would mean quarantine for the whole team as Scotland's restrictions say right now." The Czechs suggest Scotland's rules conflict with 'UEFA return to play protocols'.  They have yet to find new accommodation, or training facilities in their homeland.

Monday, 31 May 2021 - The Czech Republic squad arrive at Vals in South Tyrol and begin their training sessions. All team members had negative CoVid19 tests before their departure from Prague.

Friday, 4 June 2021 - After a week of training at Vals, the Czech team face Italy in the first of their two friendly matches. However, Adam Hložek, Tomáš Kalas and Tomáš Holes, are out of the matchday squad because of their injuries.
Italy 4 Czech Republic 0 - Italy brushed aside the Czech Republic in their final Euro 2020 warm-up game in Bolgona for an eighth consecutive win without conceding a goal. Italy have not lost a game since 2018. Coach Jaroslav Šilhavý said after the match: "It was a bad performance and a bad result. It was probably the worst performance since I'm in charge of the national team. We were under big pressure due to our own mistakes and a lack of activity. We will analyse the match and I hope we will bounce back."

Tuesday, 8 June 2021 - Czech Republic 3 Albania 1 - The Czech Republic beat Albania in their final warm-up match ahead of their opening Euro 2020 match with Scotland. Bayern Munich's Patrick Schick got the opener for the hosts in Zlin but Sokol Cikalleshi levelled. Lukáš Masopust and Slavia Prague teammate Ondrej Čelůstka netted for Jaroslav Šilhavý's side after the break. Šilhavý said "It wasn't without mistakes and everything wasn't in order, but the difference compared to the match with Italy was obvious and it is a very good finding for me. I believe that the next few days and more training sessions will help us tune iten better so that we are ready for the first Euro match."

Thursday, 10 June 2021 - The Czech squad return to training at Stadionžena Rošického in Prague, their base for the tournament, watched by the new Czech FA chairman Petr Fousek.

Saturday, 12 June 2021 - The Czech national team travel to Glasgow for their opening Euro 2020 match with goalkeeper Jiří Pavlenka, who has had to leave the squad and the Tournament because of a back injury. Tomáš Koubek will join up with the squad after the team return to Prague on Monday.

Sunday, 13 June 2021 - The squad are training in Glasgow, using the facilities at Hampden Park.

Monday, 14 June 2021 - Scotland 0 Czech Republic 2 -
Scotland's first match at a major final tournament in 23 years ended in anguish after Patrik Schick's incredible halfway-line goal helped the Czech Republic inflict a deflating opening Euro 2020 defeat at Hampden Park. Around 9,000 fans witnessed Schick open the scoring with a first-half header. Scotland had their chances, striking the bar, but a first foray beyond the group stage already looks a tough task.

Wednesday, 16 June 2021 - Tomáš Koubek has joined up with the rest of the Czech squad and training in Prague.

Thursday, 17 June 2021 - The Czech squad are training in a hot and sunny Prague before departing for Glasgow in the afternoon.

Friday, 18 June 2021 - Croatia 1 Czech Republic 1 - The Czech's took a huge step towards qualifying for the knockout stages with an entertaining draw against Croatia at Hampden Park. The Czech's opened the scoring through a controversial first-half Patrik Schick penalty, after the referee consulted the pitchside monitor following a Dejan Lovern foul on Schick. Ivan Perišić equalised two minutes after the restart with a fine individual effort.

Monday, 21 June 2021 - The Czech Republic squad leave Prague for London and hold a training session as Wembley Stadium during the evening.

Czech Republic Form: last six games
D L L W W f 7:a 8  success: 50%
  27 March 2021 -
Czech Republic 1 Belgium 1
Eden Stadium, Praha
  30 March 2021 - Wales 1 Czech Republic 0 [0-0]
Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff
James AL
  4 June 2021 - Italy 4 Czech Republic 0 [2-0]
Stadio Renato Dall'Ara, Bologna
Immobile, Barella, Insigne, Berardi Fr AL
  8 June 2021 - Czech Republic 3 Albania 1 [1-1]
Stadion Letná, Zlin
Schick, Masopust, Čelůstka
  14 June 2021 -
Scotland 0 Czech Republic 2
National Stadium, Glasgow
Schick (2) ECF AW
  18 June 2021 - Croatia 1 Czech Republic 1 [0-1]
National Stadium, Glasgow
Schick (pen)