Fixtures

Czech Extraliga 01/23 16:00 45 Sparta Praha vs Rytiri Kladno - View
Czech Extraliga 01/25 17:30 37 Sparta Praha vs Litvinov - View
Czech Extraliga 01/30 16:00 47 HC Olomouc vs Sparta Praha - View
Czech Extraliga 02/01 17:30 48 Sparta Praha vs Dynamo Pardubice - View
Czech Extraliga 02/04 16:00 49 Trinec vs Sparta Praha - View
Czech Extraliga 02/11 16:30 51 BK Mlada Boleslav vs Sparta Praha - View

Results

Czech Extraliga 01/21 16:30 44 Zlín v Sparta Praha - PPT.
Czech Extraliga 01/18 17:30 43 Sparta Praha v Karlovy Vary - PPT.
Czech Extraliga 01/16 15:00 42 [10] Liberec v Sparta Praha [9] L 4-3
Czech Extraliga 01/14 17:30 41 [9] Sparta Praha v Mountfield HK [1] W 4-1
Czech Extraliga 01/09 15:00 40 [8] Sparta Praha v CEZ Motor Ceské Budejovice [9] L 1-5
Czech Extraliga 01/07 16:30 39 [5] Vitkovice v Sparta Praha [10] W 1-4
Czech Extraliga 01/04 17:30 38 [10] Sparta Praha v HC Kometa Brno [7] W 3-2
Czech Extraliga 01/02 15:00 36 [11] Sparta Praha v BK Mlada Boleslav [5] W 7-0
Spengler Cup 12/26 19:15 1 Sparta Praha v Canada - CANC
Czech Extraliga 12/23 17:30 34 [8] Sparta Praha v Trinec [1] L 5-8
Czech Extraliga 12/21 17:30 33 [3] Dynamo Pardubice v Sparta Praha [8] L 3-2
Champions Hockey League (Regulation Only) 12/14 18:00 3 Rögle BK v Sparta Praha W 1-3

Wikipedia - HC Sparta Praha

Hockey Club Sparta Praha, commonly known as HC Sparta Prague, is a Prague-based Czech ice hockey team playing in the Czech Extraliga. The club has won four Czech championships (most recently in 2007) and four Czechoslovak championships, as well as two Spengler Cups, making it one of the most successful hockey clubs in Czech history. The team HC Sparta Praha plays its home games at O2 Arena, the largest arena in the country.

History

The HC Sparta Praha hockey club is one of the oldest hockey clubs in the world and one of the most successful and famous clubs in Czechoslovak and later Czech ice hockey history.

Sparta's great successes were reached in the years following World War II as it won two national titles in a row (1952/53 and 1953/54) under the name Spartak Sokolovo. The next highly successful period came much more recently when Sparta won the national league in 1989/90 and again in 1992/93. Another recent achievement (along with two third-place finishes in 1995/96 and 1996/97) was Sparta's participation in the final group of the European League (EHL) in 1996/97.

After a few unsuccessful years, Sparta returned to the top of the Czech Extraliga in 1999/00 when they were crowned league champions. That victory was the first of four championships they would win over seven seasons, adding Extraliga titles in 2001/02, 2005/06 and 2006/07. In addition to those achievements, Sparta managed to be finish second two times in European team competitions – 1999/00 European Hockey League and 2016–17 Champions Hockey League.

Present

HC Sparta Praha has regularly been one of the best teams in the Czech Extraliga, making the playoffs almost every year. HC Sparta Praha's home games are played at O Arena which is the largest hockey arena in the Czech Republic with a capacity of over 17,300 spectators. They moved there from the Tipsport Arena in 2015.