Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Slavkov u Brna

Slavkov u Brna is a town more known for the near-by Battle of Austerlitz and a beautiful chateau rather than football.  The club (founded 1921) currently plays in the Czech Republic 6th tier, but the facitilies are very good for the level.  The main stand has a capacity of 500, while the ground can hold up to 3,000. So far this season they only have 2 wins and sit in last place.  In the 2004/05 season, they played in the 5th tier.  The biggest success of that club was in 1999/2000 when they won promotion to the 4th tier (Divize). 


GroundhoppingPolska said...

What a coincidence. Last weekend I was in Sławków in Poland (at the border of Silesian and Lesser Poland Voivodeship). The funny thing tht I have just found out is: Sławków and Slavkov u Brna are the partner cities, they both have clubs establishd in 1921, both of them play at six tier and are in the bottom of the table! :) Th only difference are colours: yellow-blue for Sławków, white-blue for Slavkov u Brna. :)
I hope I will manage to post my report today, so if you are intrested please visit my blog in the evening or tomorrow. :)


jay said...

Thanks for the information. I was not aware of the Sławków in Poland. Sadly, I do not know much about football in Poland.

How many levels does the Polish pyramid have?