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Template:Infobox football league season The 1996–97 Czech First League was the fourth season of top-tier football in the Czech Republic. The season saw a Czech league attendance record for a single match, as 44,120 watched the game between Boby Brno and Slavia Prague.[1]

League changes[]

Relegated to the 1996–97 Czech 2. Liga

  • Svit Zlín (15th)
  • Uherské Hradiště (16th)
  • Union Cheb (bankruptcy; 13th)

Promoted from the 1995–96 Czech 2. Liga

  • Bohemians Prague (4th)
  • Karviná (1st)
  • Teplice (2nd)

Stadia and locations[]

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See also[]

  • 1996–97 Czech Cup
  • 1996–97 Czech 2. Liga

References[]

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Template:Czech First League Template:1996–97 in Czech football Template:1996–97 in European Football (UEFA)

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