The Czech national football team competed for the cup: Dlažkovice, Dolní Lánov, Duchcov, Frýdek Místek, Horní Slavkov and Cheb, Kašperské Hory, Nový Jičín, Ostrava-Vizina, Prague-Dolní Počernice, Prague-Klánovice, Tachov and Unhošť.
“Children’s sports in children’s homes are specific and often conditioned by the financial as well as human capabilities of individual children’s homes. I am therefore very pleased that the football association can support children and children’s homes in this regard and thus contribute to their regular sports.
Every year, partners also get involved and support the children materially, which is great. Especially when the finals took place in a large stadium and the children were followed by great football guests, national team coaches and footballers. This is a great experience for these children. “ said Michaela Veselá, FACR social project manager.
Among others, the children came to greet the coach of the U21 national team and the vice-champion of Europe from 1996, Jan Suchopárek.
“It was a tournament between raindrops, but the boys and girls did well and lasted in pace and enthusiasm until the end. There was a huge joy in the sport, which we all love, ” said the national team coach after the announcement of the results.
- FC Baník Ostrava – May 16
- SK Slavia Prague – May 25
- FK Teplice – June 7
- Prokopávka Plzeň June 9
- June 29 (Evžen Rošický Stadium)
The final standings of the O Cup of the Czech national football team
- Frýdek Místek
- Cheb and Horní Slavkov
- Novy Jicin
- Prague – Klánovice
- Prague – Dolní Počernice
- Dolní Lánov
- Ostrava – Vizina
- Kasperske Hory
- Top scorer: Daniel Husák (Unhošť) – 10 goals
- Best goalkeeper: Rudolf Čonka (Duchcov)
- Best player of the tournament: Julie Magdalena Šťastná (Prague Dolní Počernice)