Jaroslav Marcík

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July 5, 2022

Jaroslav Marčík (24 December 1955 – 1 June 2022) was a Czech footballer, defender. After the end of his active career, he worked as a football official.

Football career

He played for Spartak Hradec Králové and Bohemians Praha in the Czechoslovak League. He played in 101 league games and scored 6 goals. With Bohemians, he won the championship title in 1983 and advanced to the semi-finals of the UEFA Cup. He played in 3 matches in the UEFA Champions League and 10 matches in the UEFA Cup, scoring 1 goal. He played in 14 games for the under-18 national team and scored 2 goals, and he played in 2 games for the under-21 national team. He also played for DP Xaverov in the second league.

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Literature

JEŘÁBEK, Luboš: Czech and Czechoslovakian football: lexicon of personalities and clubs 1906–2006, Prague, Grada 2007. Jindřich Horák, Lubomír Král: Encyclopedia of our football - Libri 1997 Radovan Jelínek, Miloslav Jenšík et al.: Atlas of Czech Football - Radovan Jelínek 2006

External links

Jaroslav Marčík at Bohemians Prague Jaroslav Marčík on the Bohemians fan site Jaroslav Marčík at Worldfootball.net Jaroslav Marčík on Footballdatabase.eu SNAJDR, Martin. Jaroslav Marčík: "Kaprova Strížkovská Bohemka, that's an absolute rascal.". Eagle weekly [online]. 2013-07-07. Available online. 25 years ago (14). Intermittent intercourse with cursed mistress BO [online]. 2008-03-24. Available online.