Sports centre of the Ministry of Defence of the Czech Republic. Its main purpose is to create conditions for training for top sports competitions in the world.
The oldest tennis club in the Czech lands, founded in 1893. It is based in the Holešovice district of Prague, on Štvanice island.
A team ball game, the most popular team sport in the world. England is regarded as its homeland. In the Czech language, the words fotbal and kopaná are used interchangeably.
Czech tennis and ice hockey club based in Holešovice, Prague. It was founded in 1904. Its eleven championship titles make it the third most successful Czech hockey club in history.
A sport, also called “Czech handball”, created in 1905 as an original team sport for women. Its rules are different from the widely known international handball.
A very popular winter sport in the Czech lands, dating from the late 19th and early 20th century and connected with the Krkonoše mountain range.
A sport for two or four players. It comes from England and is one of the most widespread and followed sports in general.
Prague race track with a rich history, where galloping and trotting horse races are organised, including the most famous race – the Czech Derby.
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