Gambrinus Liga 2011/12

The Czech football season is due to kick off again this weekend with current holders Viktoria Plzeň hoping to defend their title against no fewer than FIVE Prague-based teams in this year’s top-flight.

Either I’ve been busy, or lazy, or both, but I was quiet over the summer recess. I even forgot to follow up on Plzeň’s maiden Gambrinus Liga title, Czech Supercup victory, and current battle to reach the the lucrative Champions League group stages. So here’s some cathartic viewing for all you west Bohemians:

1 Viktoria Plzeň 30 69
2 Sparta Praha 30 68
3 Jablonec 30 58
4 Sigma Olomouc 30 47
5 Mladá Boleslav 30 46
6 Bohemians 1905 30 43
7 Slovan Liberec 30 43
8 Hradec Králové 30 41
9 Slavia Praha 30 40
10 Teplice 30 39
11 České Budějovice 30 33
12 Slovácko 30 31
13 Příbram 30 31
14 Baník Ostrava 30 30
15 Brno 30 24
16 Ústí nad Labem 30 19

Sadly this means we say goodbye for at least one year to Brno (Czech’s second city I should add) and Usti, who, no disrespect (best football cliche), gave it their best shot. In their place return Viktoria Žižkov and Dukla Praha – both very curious additions. More about Dukla soon. In the meanie, I should spend the rest of the week updating my stats and graphs. Can’t wait.

Do toho.


One response to “Gambrinus Liga 2011/12

  1. Excellent blog post, I have been reading into this a bit recently. Good to hear some more info on this. Keep up the good work!

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