2003–04 saw Sparta take on two Italian giants; initially, the club beat Lazio in the group stage, but after an initial draw Sparta failed to get into the quarter-finals past Milan. The group stage in 2004–05 did not work out at all well for Sparta. After drawing with Manchester United at the sold-out Toyota Arena, the other matches were lost and the club finished last in the group with the club achieving their worst-ever return of just one point from the six matches.  1997–98 – 3rd place in the group stage (Borussia Dortmund, Parma, Galatasaray) 1998–99 – knocked-out in the qualification round by Dynamo Kyiv 1999–00 – 1st place in the group stage (Bordeaux, Willem II, Spartak Moscow), 3rd place in the second round group (Barcelona, Porto, Hertha BSC) 2000–01 – 4th place in the group stage (Arsenal, Lazio, Shakhtar Donetsk) 2001–02 – 2nd place in the group stage (Bayern Munich, Feyenoord, Spartak Moscow), 3rd place in the second round group (Real Madrid, Panathinaikos, Porto) 2002–03 – knocked-out in the 3rd qualification round by Genk 2003–04 – 2nd place in the group stage (Chelsea, Lazio, Beşiktaş), knocked-out in the eight-finals by Milan 2004–05 – 4th place in the group stage (Manchester United, Lyon, Fenerbahçe) 2005–06 – 4th place in the group stage (Arsenal, Ajax, Thun) 2007–08 – knocked-out in the 3rd qualification round by Arsenal 2008–09 – knocked-out in the 3rd qualification round by Panathinaikos 2009–10 – knocked-out in the 3rd qualification round by Panathinaikos 2010–11 – knocked-out in the play-off round by Žilina 2014–15 – knocked-out in the 3rd qualification round by Malmö FF 2015–16 – knocked-out in the 3rd qualification round by CSKA Moscow 2016–17 – knocked-out in the 3rd qualification round by Steaua București 2017–18 – knocked-out in the 3rd qualification round by Red Star Belgrade 2018–19 – knocked-out in the 2nd qualification round by Spartak Subotica Sparta, usually along with Slavia, has always been a base for the national team; Sparta players contributed to the biggest achievements of the Czechoslovak and Czech national teams.
Sparta players also featured in more recent qualification and tournament games of the Czech national team. Miroslav Baranek, Tomáš Votava, Vratislav Lokvenc, Milan Fukal, Martin Hašek, Libor Sionko, Jiří Novotný, Jaromír Blažek and the outstanding talent of Tomáš Rosický helped the team in its UEFA Euro 2000 campaign in Belgium and the Netherlands. The next era culminating in the bronze medal in the Euro 2004 in Portugal saw Sparta players leaving their unmistakable mark in the national team successes. Zdeněk Grygera, Tomáš Hübschman, Jaromír Blažek, Karel Poborský and academy products Petr Čech and Tomáš Rosický helped Czech football to become recognised as being amongst the elite in Europe and most have played for elite European clubs.
AC Sparta Prague - WikipediaSparta PragueFull nameAthletic Club Sparta Praha Fotbal a. s. Nickname(s)Železná Sparta (Iron Sparta) Rudí (The Reds/The Maroons)[note 1]LetenštíFounded16 November 1893; 129 years agoGroundepet ARENACapacity19, 416OwnerJ&T Credit Investments (60%)Daniel Křetínský (40%)PresidentDaniel KřetínskýHead coachBrian PriskeLeagueCzech First League2021–223rd of 16WebsiteClub website Home colours Away colours Current season Athletic Club Sparta Praha (Czech pronunciation: [ˈaː ˈtsɛː ˈsparta ˈpraɦa]), commonly known as Sparta Prague and Sparta Praha, is a football club based in Prague.
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Zizkov vs Sparta Prague B Betting Tips & Match Predictions Zizkov are 16th with 10 points from 17 matches. They lost the last match 2-1 vs Pribram. Sparta Prague B are 5th with 28 points from 17