01/01/2016 08:00 – In a rare move, the Czech National Football League (CNFL) has decided to play the second game of the 2017/18 season in Pardubice.
The match between Vázsek and Kubařík is expected to take place on Thursday night (24 March).
The match will be played at the Pardupas Stadium, where Kubačová is based.
It is not the first time that a Czech team has played a match in Pardsport.
In 2013, FC Břego of the Czech First League played a game in Pál-Orska Stadium.
The Pardups were the first Czech football club to play in a European stadium.
In addition, the club won the Czech Superliga in 2016.
Vábová has also made the Czech Football Federation (DFA) a partner for the 2018/19 season.
The DFA is the leading club body for Czech football, and the first club in the country to have a national anthem and logo.
The Czech Republic is a major financial contributor to the EU and is the biggest source of foreign investment in the world, according to the World Bank.
Vítor Kubašík, president of the DFA, said that the match between the teams was an “unforgettable experience”.
“It is the first of its kind in Europe,” he said.
“We had the chance to play here at the beginning of the season, and it was an incredible experience.”
In the Czech capital, Prague, the players will be wearing the CNFL colors of green and white.