Slavia in Germany: 24 years waiting for a win

Slavia have played 5 games in Germany since 1993. But they last win in Freiburg dates to 1995.
The red and whites played often in Germany in 1970s and 1980s in Intertoto Cup, however, in the era of the independent Czech Republic (since 1993) Slavia have travelled to Germany only for five games, last time 14 years ago to Hamburg. Only one game on German soil turn out victorious – the very first one in 1995 in Freiburg (2-1). Since then Slavia lost 4 games in Germany and failed to score a single goal. Trpišovský’s men will try to turn this statistic on Tuesday against Borussia Dortmund in their last game of Champions league Group F.

The overall Slavia record against German clubs (since 1972) is otherwise pretty equal. From 25 games (13 in Intertoto Cup, 4 in Cup Winners’ Cup and 8 in UEFA Cup) Slavia won 9, drew 6 and lost 10.

Slavia games in Germany since 1993


SC Freiburg 1-2 Slavia
UEFA Cup 1st Round, 1st leg, September 1995

Slavia managed to win in the first leg despite red card for current U19 coach Martin Hyský. Second leg in Prague ended goalless and Slavia started their most successful European campaign which led them to UEFA Cup semi-finals against Girondins de Bordeaux.



Vfb Stuttgart 2-0 Slavia
Cup Winner’s Cup quarter-final, 2nd leg, March 1998

After 1-1 from the first leg home in Prague Slavia lost 0-2 after two goals by Balakov and failed to progress to semi-final.

FC Schalke 04 1-0 Slavia
UEFA Cup 1st round, 2nd leg, September 1998

Despite losing the opening game, Slavia managed to progress into the next round after 1-0 win at home (goal by Dostálek) and penalty shoot-out. Van Hoogdalm was the only unsuccessful executor being denied by Radek Černý – current Slavia goalkeepers’ coach.



1. FC Kaiserslautern 1-0 Slavia
UEFA Cup Round of 16, 2nd leg, February 2001

Slavia set the pace of the opening game at Strahov stadium in Prague, but the game ended in a 0-0 draw. Kaiserslautern managed to score at home thanks to Vratislav Lokvenc and the Germans thus qualified for the quarter-finals.



Hamburger SV 2-0 Slavia
UEFA Cup, group stage, December 2005

Last time Slavia travelled to Germany for a competitive game. Hamburger took early lead and could double it after a penalty and red card for Slavia goalkeeper Kozáčik, but his replacement Šeliga denied Mpenza. The hosts scored second anyway later in the game and won 2-0. Two brothers met in this game – Lukáš Jarolím on Slavia side and David Jarolím on HSV side. Both sons of the then Slavia manager Karel Jarolím.

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