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You are on page where you can compare teams Slovakia vs Czech Republic before start the match. Here you can easy to compare statistics for both teams. If you want to check live score or game statistics click here: Slovakia vs Czech Republic result

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Slovakia Stats

Last 6 matches stats

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Last 6 matches stats

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Teams Slovakia Czech Republic played so far 7 matches.
Slovakia won 2 direct matches. Czech Republic won 4 matches. 1 matches ended in a draw. On average in direct matches both teams scored a 3.29 goals per Match.

Slovakia in actual season average scored 1.51 goals per match. In 11 (55.00%) matches played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. In 10 (50.00%) matches in season 2018 played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals.

Czech Republic average scored 1.68 goals per match in season 2018. In 18 (85.71%) matches played away was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. In 14 (66.67%) matches played away team was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals.

Below you will find a lot of statistics that make it easier Predict the result for a match between both teams. Below the text is a list of the direct games.

STREAKS FOUND FOR DIRECT MATCHES!!» Draw all recent 2 matches in a row.
» In the last 4 matches in a row both teams no to scored in match no BBTS
» In the last 3 matches sum of goals was Under 2.5
» In the last 3 matches sum of goals was Under 1.5

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We invite you to check Slovakia and Czech Republic match statistict (Tab Stats->Match statistics), where you will find out who is the best scorer. Also you can check the statistics of possession, shots, corners, offsides, and many other applications.

In tab Goals stats (tab Stats->Goals stats) check how many loses and scored goals per game, how many games won and lost to zero. You will find what results teams Slovakia and Czech Republic usually end matches with divided into first and second half.
Our site is not limited to only as this. Check Odds stats (Tab Stats->odds), where you will find graphical statistics bet Under / Over and Handicap.

In tab Form(Stats->form) you find graph teams form and a list of all matches of Slovakia and Czech Republic in season.
In the section Schedule you will find full schedule of both teams for the whole season.

Czechoslovakia vs Czech Republic

Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic refer to names of countries. Czechoslovakia was a country which existed from 1918 to 1992; it does not exist anymore and was divided peacefully into two different nations, the Czech Republic and Slovakia on January 1st, 1993. Before these two countries divided, the Czech Republic and Slovakia were together called Czechoslovakia.

Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia was a sovereign state. It was established October, 1918 after gaining independence from the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It was a country located in Central Europe. It was one of the very few countries which could preserve its democratic status during the two World Wars. This country saw much political turmoil from 1939 -1945. It was forced to divide and be incorporated partially into Nazi Germany. During this time, Czechoslovakia did not de facto exist. Meaning, it was in practice there but was not officially established. The government was referred to as “government in exile.” In 1945, after World War II, the eastern part of Czechoslovakia, called Carpathian Ruthenia, was annexed by the Soviet Union. Czechoslovakia stayed a Communist country from 1948-1989. The capital of Czechoslovakia was Prague. After the Velvet Revolution, a peaceful, non-violent end came for the Communist government. In November, 1989 Czechoslovakia became a democracy again. Later, two separate nations were formed in 1993, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Czechoslovakia was a multi-ethnic country. It consisted of a population of various ethnicities like Czechs who were 51 per cent, Germans 22 per cent, Slovaks 16 per cent, Hungarians 5 per cent, and Rusyns 4 per cent.

Czech Republic
The Czech Republic was established on January 1st, 1993. It is a landlocked, Parliamentary representative democracy in Central Europe. It has many neighbors: Germany in the northwest, Austria in the south, Slovakia in the east, and Poland in the northeast. It is a member of NATO, European Union, OSCE, Council of Europe, OECD, and Visegrad Group.

The capital of the Czech Republic is Prague. It possesses the status of a high-income nation and a developed nation of the European Union. It is considered the third most peaceful nation in Europe and has a very high human development status. It is also considered the most democratic country and, depending upon infant mortality, one of the healthiest countries of the region.

According to the 2011 census, the ethnic distribution includes; Czechs 63.7 per cent, Moravians 4.9 per cent, Slovaks 1.4 per cent, Poles 0.4 per cent, Germans 0.2 per cent, and Silesians 0.1 per cent.

1.Czechoslovakia was established in October, 1918 after gaining independence from the Austro-Hungarian Empire. 2.The Czech Republic was established on January 1st, 1993 after the division of Czechoslovakia into two separate nations, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
3.Czechoslovakia changed its political status many times. It was democratic between the Interwar Years, became Communist from 1948-1989, and again became a democracy after the Velvet Revolution. The Czech Republic since its establishment has been a democracy till now.
4.The population of different ethnicities of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic are very different.
5.Czechoslovakia does not exist anymore.

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Czechia is a prosperous market economy that boasts one of the highest GDP growth rates and lowest unemployment levels in the EU, but its dependence on exports makes economic growth vulnerable to contractions in external demand. Czechia’s exports comprise some 80% of GDP and largely consist of automobiles, the country’s single largest industry. Czechia acceded to the EU in 2004 but has yet to join the euro-zone. While the flexible koruna helps Czechia weather external shocks, it was one of the world’s strongest performing currencies in 2017, appreciating approximately 16% relative to the US dollar after the central bank (Czech National Bank – CNB) in early April ended its cap on the currency’s value, which it had maintained since November 2013. The CNB hiked rates in August and November 2017 – the first rate changes in nine years – to address rising inflationary pressures brought by strong economic growth and a tight labor market.

After slowly recovering from a steep recession in 2009, the Czech economy again fell into recession in 2012 and 2013 because of a slump in demand within the EU and government austerity measures. Inflows of EU development funds underpinned a rebound in 2014-15, with GDP growth reaching 4.5% in 2015, followed by a slowdown in 2016 largely due to a cyclical lag in EU funding in connection with a new EU budget cycle. The Czech economy was one of the EU’s best performers in 2017, with broad-based growth of nearly 4.5% and an unemployment rate of 2.8%, one of the lowest rates in the EU.

Since coming to power in 2014, the new government has undertaken some reforms to try to reduce corruption, attract investment, and improve social welfare programs, which could help increase the government’s revenues and improve living conditions for Czechs. The government introduced in December 2016 an online tax reporting system intended to reduce tax evasion and increase revenues. The government also plans to remove labor market rigidities to improve the business climate, bring procurement procedures in line with EU best practices, and boost wages. The country’s low unemployment rate has led to steady increases in salaries, and the government is facing pressure from businesses to allow greater migration of qualified workers, at least from Ukraine and neighboring Central European countries.

Long-term challenges include dealing with a rapidly aging population, a shortage of skilled workers, a lagging education system, funding an unsustainable pension and health care system, and diversifying away from manufacturing and toward a more high-tech, services-based, knowledge economy.

Slovakia’s economy suffered from a slow start in the first years after its separation from the Czech Republic in 1993, due to the country’s authoritarian leadership and high levels of corruption, but economic reforms implemented after 1998 have placed Slovakia on a path of strong growth. With a population of 5.4 million, the Slovak Republic has a small, open economy driven mainly by automobile and electronics exports, which account for more than 80% of GDP. Slovakia joined the EU in 2004 and the euro zone in 2009. The country’s banking sector is sound and predominantly foreign owned.

Slovakia has been a regional FDI champion for several years, attractive due to a relatively low-cost yet skilled labor force, and a favorable geographic location in the heart of Central Europe. Among the most pressing domestic issues potentially threatening the attractiveness of the Slovak market are shortages in qualified labor force, persistent corruption issues, and an inadequate judiciary, as well as a lack of innovation. The energy sector in particular is characterized by unpredictable regulatory oversight and high costs, in part driven by government interference in regulated tariffs.

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There aren’t many differences. Languages are very similliar, and the cultures too. I would say that most differences comes from three points.

One is, that Czech are mostly atheist, while Slovaks are mostly Catholics. This means, that Czechs are more liberal and Slovaks more conservative.

Second big difference comes to the history. Czechs are historically more established as a nation, they had their own kingdom, while Slovaks were most of the history part of other nation states.

Last point is that Czechs are culturally more close to Germans while Slovaks to other Slavic nations. This can be seen in construction of the language and even makes sense if you look at the map.

Czech state and culture is more than 1100 years old, Slovaks are relatively new nation, being 1000 years part of Humgarian state, however people from the area were the part of predecesor of Czech state called today “Great Moravia”. I would not write this answer, but I am really upset by those stupid clichés written here about sandals etc. Czech music is known worldwide (Antonín Dvořák, Bedřich Smetana, Leoš Janáček, Bohuslav Martinů, etc., rich Baroque and Classical music history, when Czech composers were pioneers of the new cultural eras – above all in classicism) – there is no one important Slovak composer or personality. The same in painting, writting and other spheres of cultural and social life. So, those stupid idiots with their “sandals” can go to hell. Btw. only thanks to Czechs are now Slovaks some nation (Czech legions and activity against Germans and Auistrian-Hungarian empire during WWI became real establishers of Czechoslovakia. Nevertheless, in 1939 Slovaks betrayed Czechoslovakia, expelled Czechs and became ally of Hitler. Slovaks usually pretend they are brave and temperament and Czechs are indifferent Švejks, but the opposite is true. Czech soldiers drew by their bayonets south borders of Slovak state in 1921 in the war against Hungarians, when Slovak people almost did not participate that conflict. Every substantial activity against opressions of regimes in the history of Czechoslovakia was initiated by Czech people. They are simply many myths , sometimes supported by “politically correct” Czechs. We are friends of Slovaks, despite all, somehow disregard some facts. In general, there is friendly attitude between these nations, and there are many many things in common, but, in general, in Czechia, there is not presented any substantial animosity towards Slovaks, but in opposite direction some Slovaks really hate Czechs because of some inferiority complex. This is what it is. People from outside cannot understand it. The attitude of Czechs to Slovaks is simply benevolent. Therefore, they are much more Slovaks living in Czechia, than Czechs living in Slovakia. No one Czech reveals some antipathy against Slovak speaking his language (Czech and Slovaks understand more or less without problems each other language) in Czechia, but to speak Czech in Slovakia may not be a happy choice. Btw. however Slovaks are more religious than Czechs, Czech saints are known worldwide and Slovaks do not have anyone……..

There are quite a lot of differences when it comes to people.
Czech people are proud to be Czech and are very traditional in a way, e.g. they will wear socks in sandals or have horrible hair style because they do not care what others think about them, they do not need to justify anything to anyone. This also goes with the drugs. Prague is the new Amsterdam but the atmosphere is very different. It is not about the tolerance to others but more about careless attitude, simply they do not care if you are sniffing meth in a bar, it is your business.

While in Slovakia people need to prove themselves, simply being Slovak is not enough (this comes from the history as Slovaks where always part of other nation while Czechs had their kingdom). Slovaks are very ambitious and hard working . Slovakia is extremly young country, it was established in 1993 and went quite a long way during the 26 years of existence, now being the EU member state, the Euro zone member, having great companies arising (such as Eset, Pixel Federation, Sygic,wtc), attracting many FDIs and having the fastest growth in the EU. And these years were led by a horrible governance of politicans constantly robbing the country.

Not that Czech people are not hard working but they can better sell therselves and their country. Slovaks tend to underestimate themselves, I think this also comes from the poor governance of the country. Prague is a metropolitan city while Bratislava still is not as known and not as visited which is also partly good for Bratislava keeping it real. Slovakia for instance has the Tatra Mountains which are absolutely amazing and finally there is development and marketing going on but if the Tatra Mountains were in Czech rep. they would be well known in the world.

One more difference – Slovaks are much better at fashion and design. When you go out and see people dressed, Slovaks are very sophisticated, very Vienna like (talking about Bratislava) while Czech people due to their attitude tend to be very underground and do not care about their look. But to highlight another good characteristic of Czech people – they are great enterpreneurs with good business skills, when they start to do business they tend to do it very good and in details. There is huge amount of SMEs in Czech Republic doing all sorts of things, very specialized and on a great level! Slovaks (young) do not see the potential in such things and rather work for big companies (generally speaking!) but this is also due to different business environment in Czech rep. and Slovakia (it is much better for enterpreneurs in Czech rep. due to socialist goverment of Slovakia that sees business people as its only source of income).

These are a bit unusual differences that I can spot and share with you. In my opinion the relationship between Czechs and Slovaks are good but they both have complains about each other.

There are not many differences between Czechs and Slovaks. See another answers.

Here is some fun facts:

Alcohol – Both nations like to drink alcohol.

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