On September 30th, 1997 the Czech Republic U20 side defeated Lithuania U20 in a friendly 2-0. Goals were scored by Jankulovski in the 60th minute and Jarošik in the 67th minute. The Czech Roster on that day featured:
Quite a few big name players were on the squad that day including Jankulovski (AC Milan), Jarošík (Real Zaragoza), Marek Heinz (played for Galatasary, Nantes), Jan Simak (Mainz), Libor Sionko (played for Rangers, and Copenhagen).
Two years later, the Czech U21's came to Prostějov on August 18, 1999, when they face South Korea U21 in a friendly. A crowd of 1200 (reported by the Czech FA) showed up to watch some future Czech footballing stars lose 4-1. The biggest star on the pitch that day was Park Ji-Sung who has won over 100 caps for South Korea and currently plays for Manchester United. He scored on goal on the day. The only goal for the Czech U21's was scored by Tomáš Došek, who currently plays for FC Brno. The line-up on the day featured: