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Top Prague Spots for Sports Fans

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The Czech Republic is a country of sports fans whose chosen poisons are hockey and football. If you want to experience a little Czech sport culture, or if you’ve been traveling for too long and are in need of a little fix, Prague is a great place to be. Take in a live hockey game at the O2 Hockey Arena or a football game at Slavia Stadium Eden or Football Stadium Viktoria Zizkov. If there’s nothing good going on within the city limits, head to a sports bar or beer garden to feel the excitement of competition over a pint with some fellow sports fan. read more about Top Prague Spots for Sports Fans

Slavia Stadium Eden

Slavia Stadium Eden

Prague's newest stadium, Slavia Stadium Eden is a luxurious stadium dedicated to one of the Czech Republic's top two football teams: Slavia Praha. With an open and friendly philosophy and English stadium style, Eden is the best place to enjoy a football game in Prague. Two huge screens ensure a good view of the game from any vantage point. Fourteen refreshment stands and traveling beer salesmen keep fans satisfied. read more about Slavia Stadium Eden

O2 Hockey Arena

O2 Hockey Arena

  • Ocelářská 2
  • tel:420 266 121 111
  • Visit website
  • Prague, 190 00

The O2 Arena is the home of on of Prague's two major hockey teams: HC Slavia Praha. Until 2004, Slavia played in the tiny "Eden" arena but have been playing in the bigger, better O2 Arena (then called "Sazka Arena") since the 2004 World Ice Hockey Championship. With a capacity of 18,000, this was a huge step up for the team. In addition to hockey games, the arena hosts major concerts. Modern and comfortable, any event held in the O2 Arena is a pleasant one. read more about O2 Hockey Arena

Football Stadium Viktoria Zizkov

Football Stadium Viktoria Zizkov

Zlata Hvezda

Zlata Hvezda

Riegrovy Sady

Riegrovy Sady

  • Riegrovy Sady
  • tel:420222717247
  • Prague, 130 00

In a city that isn't heavy on grass, this park offers wide-open spaces, a great view of Prague Castle, a kid's playground, and a massive outdoor pub. Named after a 19th-century Czech politician, Reigrovy Sady was established in the early 1900's as an English-style public garden. There isn't anything particularly English about it, but that's part of its charm. Riegrovy Sady is full of locals on any given day, as long as the weather's nice. Stroll through the greenery and enjoy the view before enjoying a fresh Gambrinus beer and maybe some grilled meat in the pub. There's even a huge screen where sports can often be watched. read more about Riegrovy Sady

Jama

Jama