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For Euro 2016 in France, Czech Republic have been drawn in Group D alongside the holders Spain, Turkey and Croatia which will see them play in the French cities of Toulouse, Saint-Etienne and Lens.
Since becoming an independant nation in 1994, Czech Republic have reached every European Championship since. In 1996 they were finalists in their first major tournament and reached the semi-finals of Euro 2004.
Despite not having the likes of Pavel Nedved, Jan Koller and Milan Baros in their squad anymore, they can still rely on the ever-present Petr Cech and Tomas Rosicky to deliver at Euro 2016 in France.
The Czech Republic had a decent Euro 2012 reaching the Quarter final, a terrific achievement for a country that does not have as many star players as some of the bigger footballing nations. If they can go any better this year remains to be seen but you can support them all the way with tickets to every Czech Republic game happening at Euro 2016.
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The Czech Republic were expected to qualify from Group A but few could have predicted the manner in which they did. In a tough group the Netherlands came unstuck and in a disasterous qualifying campaign they slumped to a 4th place finished. This opened the door for the Czech Republic, who did eventually topped the group, although they left it late to overtake Iceland.
The Czech's finished the group with 22 points, although their +5 goal difference reflects that they made tough work of finishing top. In the 10 group games they shipped 14 goals and so they will have to tighten up at the back if they are to make an impact at Euro 2016.
Pavel Vrba's side won seven of their ten games, drawing one and losing two. Czech Republic got off to the perfect start in the first round of fixtures beating the Netherlands 2-1 thanks to a stoppage-time strike from Vaclav Pilar. They then beat Turkey by the same scoreline before beating Kazakhstan 4-2 to maintain their 100% record.
A 2-1 victory against Iceland followed for the Czech's, until they dropped their first points in the fifth round of ties to draw 1-1 to Latvia when Vaclav Pilar scored another last minute goal to salvage a point. Czech Republic then had their biggest slip when they lost 2-1 to Kazakhstan in Plzen.
Another 2-1 victory followed against Latvia before Pavel Vrba's side lost their second game in qualifying against Turkey, losing 2-0. However, in the final round of fixtures, Czech Republic sealed a memorable 3-2 victory over Netherlands after a late Robin Van Persie own goal added to earlier strikes from Pavel Kaderabek and Josef Sural.
The Czech's on paper have a much weaker side than in previous years but one name that has remained a constant is their captian, Petr Cech. The veteran keeper will have to be in top form to see Czech Republic do well at these championships and the Arsenal man has rolled back the years at times this season at Arsenal to suggest he is still one of the best keepers in Europe. The Czech's have been conceding goals in qualifying and Cech will need to be at his best to ensure his side progess from a well contested group in France.
A lack of a world class striker may prove to be Czech Republic's undoing. They distribute goals around their squad and a lot of their goals come from defenders up for set pieces. Midfielder Borek Dockal finished the Euro Qualifiers as the country's leading goalscorer with five goals. The Slavia Praha man has scored six goals in 23 appearances for his country and will be looking to add to his tally at Euro 2016
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Vladimir Darida played every game for Czech Republic in qualifying and will be an integral part of their team at Euro 2016. A few good performances and he may well be on the move from current club Hertha BSC to a much bigger European side. The 25 year-old may be small in size, but he is a big player for the Czech's and he will be looking to improve after making his debut for the side at Euro 2012.
When you have booked your Czech Republic Euro 2016 tickets look out for young 1899 Hoffenhiem defender Pavel Kadeřábek. Kadeřábek is an accomplished defender but also has an eye for goal.
His club form this season has been excellent and Czech fans might just back the young defender to pick up a goal or two at the European Championships in the summer. The defender is a threat from set-pieces and his two goals in qualifying illustrate his danger.
The Czechs topped qualifying group ahead of Turkey and Iceland and will be feeling confident in their chances. However they could not have picked a tougher start when they face the Euro 2008 and Euro 2012 winners Spain in Toulouse.
However, occasionally Spain have started slowly at big tournaments and grown into it as the games progress. The Czech's will be looking to take full advantage of this and definitely have the ability to capitalise on a sluggish start by the Spaniards. The Czech Republic have never beaten La Roja in their four previous meetings, losing three and drawing one. You can book
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Czech Republic v Croatia is a crucial tie for both teams in their ambitions to reach the Euro 2016 knockout stages. Playing in a tough group including favourites Spain, the prospect of who claims the second spot will likely depend on who comes out on top in this fixture. Despite both being regular European Championship sides, Czech Republic and Croatia have never met in a competitive fixture. These two nations have a fierce rivalry; expect a passionate and high pace game at Stade Geoffroy Guichard in Saint-Etienne. Croatia are favourites but few are expecting a walkover and so this should be a cracking game. Get your at Football Ticket Pad now.
Czech Republic and Turkey meet again, having become familiar as both sides were drawn in Euro qualifying group A. The Czechs may have topped the group, but Turkey won 2-0 when they met in Prague, so will feel confident of their chances.
As the final match of the group phase, both sides will be aware of what is needed to guarantee qualification to the next stage. The Stade Bollaert-Delelis in Lens will be bouncing so fans with tickets should expect a feisty encounter as both teams look to prolong their stays in France.
These two sides also met at Euro 2008 in a five goal thriller as Fatih Terim's Turkey ran out 3-2 winners to advance to the Quarter-Finals. The Czech's were two nil up on the night only for Turkey to seal a dramatic comeback with two late goals from Nihat Kahveci. Czech Republic will be hoping a repeat of Euro 2008 doesn't happen this time around, and it is Pavel Vrba's side who progress at Euro 2016. You can book from Football Ticket Pad.
Toulouse, labelled by many as ‘The Pink city’ after the cities terracotta brickwork, is hosting some of Europe’s biggest teams this summer for Euro 2016. Toulouse will welcome the holders Spain, Italy, Wales, Russia, Sweden and Czech Republic during the month long tournament. Located in South-West France, Toulouse is the European capital of aeronautics and innovation and has embraced the technological age in recent years - boasting Europe’s largest space centre. The city has a vibrant university population and is a city steeped in history, as well as being voted the most desirable place to live in France with plenty of bars, pubs and nightclubs to celebrate if your team wins.
Saint-Etienne is a traditional French city which prides itself on a rich industrial history. Located in eastern France, Saint-Etienne has some of the most fabulous countryside and architecture that the country has to offer, including the Byzantine Saint Marie church and contemporary art museum housing work by the famous Matisse. Football serves as a break from reality for the local French community. AS Saint-Etienne are an integral part of the city’s identity with the Stade Geoffroy Guichard located at the heart of Saint Etienne as thousands of football fans prepare to desend onto the city which will host Portugal, England and Croatia fans during the month long tournament.