Stadion Evžena Rošického

in Prague, Czechia

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Diskařská 2120/3, 169 00 Praha 6-Břevnov, Czechia
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Stadion Evžena Rošického, also known simply as Strahov, is a multi-purpose stadium in Strahov, Prague in the Czech Republic. It hosted the 1978 European Athletics Championships and for many years this was the venue for main annual international athletic meet of Prague (Evžen Rošický Memorial and later Josef Odložil Memorial) until Stadion Juliska took the role in 2002. Nowadays the stadium is used only for minor domestic athletic competitions and mostly for football matches, although no team plays at the stadium regularly. It served as the home ground for SK Slavia Prague from August 2000 until May 2008 when their new stadium, the Synot Tip Arena, was opened. It is also occasionally used by other Czech teams, and is the usual venue for the Czech Cup final. Currently, it is the home stadium of FK Olympia Prague of the Czech National Football League.
The stadium holds 19,032 spectators. Stadion Evžena Rošického is adjacent to the considerably larger Strahov Stadium, the second biggest in the world.It is named after Czech athlete and anti-Nazi resistant Evžen Rošický, executed by the Nazis in 1942.


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Stadion Evžena Rošického

Address: Diskařská 2120/3, 169 00 Praha 6-Břevnov, Czechia