Slavia Museum

On Wednesday the Slavia Museum will be opened for Slavia and Chelsea fans. In case they will have a ticket for the match, they will get discount on buying tickets to the museum.
Opening time: 10th April (Wed) 10:00 – 16:00
Price: 150 CZK, discount 20 % with match ticket.
Tickets can be paid by czech crowns or credit card.

Where will you find us?

Slavia Museum is situated inside Sinobo Stadium in Eden. Our address: U Slavie street 1540/2a, Prague 10, 100 00. The entrance to our museum is in the middle of J.W.Madden's stand found opposite the shopping centre Eden. The tickets may be purchased online at Ticketportal or at our ticket office near entrance 4 (ticket offices near the railway track) during the museum opening hours.


About Slavia Museum

Two-story museum covers an area of 1,200 square meters and currently displays more than 1,000 exhibits not only from the history of Slavia, but also from the entire world and Czech sport. The expositions are regularly amended and updated.  

29 large screens are situated on the museum ground floor including a large “videowall”. Apart from seeing precious artefacts, the visitors may watch a lot of videos and so far unpublished footage, documents and famous matches and goals.

The most precious exhibits

FRANTIŠEK PLÁNIČKA'S GOALKEEPER´S JERSEY This is the jersey in which František Plánička captained Czechoslovakia with seven other Slavia players and reached the FIFA World Cup 1934 final in Italy. 

VLADIMÍR ŠMICER'S SHIRT Vladimír Šmicer's shirt from the final of UEFA Champions League in Istanbul played on 25 May 2005 AC Milan vs FC Liverpool that ended 3-3 and Liverpool won 3-2 on penalties. Vladimír Šmicer contributed to Liverpool's victory by scoring the second goal and converting a penalty in the shoot-out. 

CRISTIANO RONALDO'S SHIRT Slavia sporting management regularly visits amicable Italian world-known club Juventus FC. Our museum shows the evidence of this successful co-operation – a signed shirt of one of the greatest footballers of this time and big star of Juventus – Cristiano Ronaldo. 

THE BALL SIGNED BY PELÉ The ball from the famous game of Czechoslovakia vs Brazil at Maracaná (5 August 1956). Czechoslovakia won 1-0. The star of this game was goalkeeper Břetislav Dolejší who saved the penalty taken by Djalma Santos. Břetislav Dolejší kept the ball as a memory and had it signed by the greatest Brazilian stars, he added Pelé's autograph during FIFA World Cup in Sweden played two years later.

REAL MADRID CHARITY CUP The trophy from the charity game played at Real Madrid stadium that Slavia played on 31 August 1976. The match was organised as a farewell game of Real legend Ramón Moreno Grosso.

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