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About Viktoria Plzen
FC Viktoria Plzeň is a Czech Republic professional football club based in Plzeň. They currently play in the Gambrinus liga, the top division of football in the country.
As runners up in the 1970–71 Czechoslovak Cup they gained the right to play in the following season's UEFA Cup Winners' Cup as winners Spartak Trnava also won the championship and played in the European Cup.
In 2010, they played in the UEFA Europa League after winning the 2009–10 Czech Republic Football Cup.
In 2011, the club won the Czech league for the first time, and participated in the 2011-12 UEFA Champions League group stage, during which they won their first Champions League match, earning five points and qualifying for the Round of 32 in the 2011–12 UEFA Europa League.
- 1911 – SK Viktoria Plzeň (Sportovní klub Viktoria Plzeň)
- 1949 – Sokol Škoda Plzeň
- 1952 – Sokol ZVIL Plzeň (Sokol Závody Vladimíra Iljiče Lenina Plzeň)
- 1953 – DSO Spartak LZ Plzeň (Dobrovolná sportovní organizace Spartak Leninovy závody Plzeň)
- 1962 – TJ Spartak LZ Plzeň (Tělovýchovná jednota Spartak Leninovy závody Plzeň)
- 1965 – TJ Škoda Plzeň (Tělovýchovná jednota Škoda Plzeň)
- 1993 – FC Viktoria Plzeň (Football Club Viktoria Plzeň, a.s.)
- Gambrinus liga Winners 2010–11 Gambrinus liga
- Czech Republic Football Cup Winners 1970–71, 2009–10 Czech Republic Football Cup.
- Czech 2. Liga Winners 2002–03 Czech 2. Liga
- Czech Republic Football Supercup Winners 2011
History in European competitions
Viktoria Plzeň score listed first.
Out on loan
Notable former players
- Paulo Rodrigues da Silva
- Jan Berger (footballer born 1955)
- David Bičík
- Lubomír Blaha
- Pavel Dobrý
- Marek Jarolím
- Petr Jiráček
- Luboš Kozel
- Milan Máčala
- Jan Polák (footballer born 1989)
- Martin Ticháček
- Ludovic Sylvestre
- Dimitri Tatanashvilli
- Bogdan Milić
- Fábio César Montezine
- Svetozar Đanić
- Marek Bakoš
- Luboš Ilizi
- Róbert Jež
- Ján Mucha (footballer born 1978)
- Stanislav Levý (2006–08)
- Pavel Vrba (2008–)