New date for the postponed UWCL match against Boleslav

The Slavia football team is preparing for its first match of the new year 2024. Due to the replacement of the turf at the Eden Stadium, the postponed Champions League match against Austrian St. Pölten will be played in Mladá Boleslav on Thursday, January 18, at 6:45 PM. Admission to the match is free.

The fourth match of Slavia´s footballers in the Champions League group stage had to be postponed in the December schedule due to tragic events at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague. Currently, the turf at the Eden Stadium is being replaced and prepared for the spring part of the season, so the postponed match has been moved to the stadium in Mladá Boleslav, where Slavia´s players are familiar from the previous season, facing the same opponent in the group. With only one point from three group matches, Slavia´s players find themselves in a situation where every bit of support is worth its weight in gold. Come and cheer them on to secure their first points and goals of the season in the Champions League.

Tickets for the match

Tickets for the match are free for all fans. You can enter the Lokotrans Arena through gate No. 1 without the need to show a ticket or any other document. You can choose any available seat within sectors H-K, which are open for this match.

Ticket Refunds

Tickets purchased for the original date on December 21 will be fully refunded. In the case of online purchases, the amount will be automatically credited back to the account from which the payment was made. If you purchased tickets at the box office, please contact us at, where we will arrange further refund procedures.

Thank you for your understanding, and we apologize for any inconvenience caused.


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