Stadium Tour and Slavia Museum
Experience the story of Slavia star! Eleven locations, eleven extraordinary red and white experiences! Enjoy the visit of the legendary Eden – home stadium of the oldest Czech club to the fullest. Take a seat of Slavia Chairman of the Board, have a look inside the dressing room where the stars of Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund or Chelsea were getting ready for the games, try player´s perspective from the bench, discover the mixed zone and media centre and enjoy the view of the pitch from camera positions on the top floor.
As a part of the tour you can visit the biggest Czech football museum. The exhibition area covers two floors and the gallery of original football shirts reaches the fourth floor of the most modern stadium in the Czech Republic.Inside the Slavia Museum you will find more than 1,200 artefacts showcased in the area of 1,200 square metres. Tens of big videowalls will show you unique photographs, videos and documentaries.Besides the unique experience you can also leave with your customised photo from our photo booth. For free!
The most precious exhibits
MITROPA CUP True copy of Mitropa Cup trophy that Slavia won in 1938. The trophy was lifted by captain Ferdinand Daučík, who became FC Barcelona coach twelve years later. Slavia eliminated Beogradski SK, Ambrosiana (Inter Milan) Genoa CDC and Ferencváros. Josef Bican scored ten goals in this season of the competition and set the historic record. Mitropa Cup was the most prestigious competition in Europe in the first half of 20th century.
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.
JOSEF MASOPUST’S BALLON d’OR Czechoslovak footballer Josef Masopust – playing for Dukla Prague – was named European Footballer of the Year in 1962. He finished 12 points ahead of Eusébio and became first Czech (Czechoslovak) player to win this prestigious trophy.
CZECH LEAGUE TROPHY FROM 2018/2019 Slavia finished the 2018/2019 season as league champions and Czech cup holders. The red and whites thus won the Czech double after 77 years.
ARTEFACTS FROM UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2019/2020 After 12 years Slavia could celebrate qualification for the UEFA Champions League Group Stage. In Group F, nicknamed “the group of death” the red and whites played against Inter Milan, Borussia Dortmund and FC Barcelona.
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.
Stadium Tour and Slavia Museum temporarily closed until further announcement
We are sorry, but we had to close Slavia Museum and Stadium Tour again until any further notice. We did it because of the start of the new season of European competitions and the Czech League.
Slavia players have a chance to reach the group of prestigious UEFA Champions League again after a year. Due to the current epidemiologic situation the club was forced to close Slavia Museum and Stadium Tour. The main reason is to eliminate any possible risks of COVID-19 infection and to provide a maximal protection for the players and coaching stuff. The closing of the Museum is one of numerous measures that our club adopted before the upcoming start of the new UEFA Champions League season and FORTUNA:LIGA in which Slavia will defend their champions´ title. We apologise to all the fans for any inconvenience related to any planned visit of the Museum and we thank them for understanding.
The vouchers for Slavia Museum valid till 31st March 2020 and 30th April 2020 purchased via SLEVOMAT remain automatically valid until 31st December 2020. The same prolongation is applied to Gift Vouchers bought at Slavia Fanshop. We will inform you about the reopening of Slavia Museum and Stadium Tour in timely manner at our Museum´s website and social networks.
Slavia Museum is closed on home matchdays due to operational reasons. The opening hours may also be changed on the days after home matchdays.
|Adult||200 CZK||150 CZK|
|Child (6 - 15 years old)||50 CZK||free|
|Family 2+2||400 CZK||300 CZK|
|School (children under 15y)||50 CZK||
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.