Slavia fans can join Zbrojovka Brno in a charity retro game

Slavia fans can buy tickets and virtually travel to Brno for unique replay of the most attended game of Czech league history. Money will go to medical staff fighting coronavirus.

On 2 October 1996 Slavia travelled for away game to Brno. This memorable game created Czech record in terms of attendance – 44,120 spectators saw the game between home side Boby Brno and Slavia. The game ended with 1-1 draw, Pavel Novotný scored for Slavia after 3 minutes, Richard Dostálek equalized for Boby in 75th minute.

Zbrojovka Brno – the successor of FC Boby – organises virtual replay of this game selling 44,120 tickets in 6 categories starting from 200 CZK. All proceeds will go to Brno University Hospital and the doctors and medical staff fighting coronavirus there. And because there were many Slavia fans in Brno in 1996, Slavia fans can join the effort and buy tickets for away sector too.

Tickets can be purchased under this LINK. After a purchase you will get copy of original ticket, matchday programme, access to photogallery from the game, original line-ups and access to unique videos. The virtual game is thus an opportunity for football collectors too.

Slavia line-up in Brno in October 1996:
Stejskal; Kozel; Hyský, Ašanin; Pěnička, Ulich (64’ Vávra), Kubík, Horváth (89’ Vácha), Lerch, P. Novotný; Vágner (78. Lasota)
Manager: František Cipro


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