Prague is a city which is famous not only for its historical sights, but also for many sporting events like football and ice hockey matches. Recently many Prague stadiums have been renovated and new facilities added in order to meet international standards. Besides that, many celebrities also host their concerts in some of Prague’s arenas. Probably the most sophisticated of Prague stadiums are the 02 Arena followed by the new Eden Arena.

Sparta Stadium (Generali Arena)

This football stadium is home to AC Sparta Prague, and also often hosts the Czech National Football Team for big international games. The stadium was built in 1917 and reconstructed in 2005, when the audience areas were renewed, new lights were installed, and a heating and watering system was placed …

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O2 Arena

The O2 Arena in Prague is one of Europe’s most modern multi-functional arenas, and is also home to the Czech Extraliga team HC Slavia Praha. Tickets when HC Slavia play cost from 150 CZK and up. There are three games a week throughout the season, from September to May, so …

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Eden Stadium (Slavia Stadium)

The new Eden Stadium was opened on 7th May 2008 on the site of the former Slavia Stadium. It is home to Slavia Praha, which is one of the two best football clubs in the Czech Republic. It is a very new, modern and luxurious stadium, including shops, a bank, …

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Tipsport Arena (Tesla Arena)

The Tipsport Arena (formerly known as the Tesla Arena or T-Mobile Arena) is primarily used for ice hockey. It is the venue of HC Sparta Prague, but it is also very often used for music concerts. The Tipsport Arena opened in 1962 as Sportovní hala. The Arena can hold up …

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Stvanice Stadium

Stvanice Island in Prague has been a place of sport for many years. There is a historic hockey stadium (is ranked among the oldest stadiums in Prague), where the Czech national team won the world championship for the first time. You can visit some tennis courts or the relatively new …

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Strahov Stadium

The Great Strahov Stadium (Strahovský stadion in Czech) is a stadium in the Strahov district of Prague. It was the largest stadium in the world and is the second largest sports facility worldwide after the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, seating around 220,000. The Stadium is sited on the Petrin Hill overlooking …

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