In the past year, we have seen some of the finest football talents come out of Czech. With the FIFA World Cup 2022 in view, the Czech Republic seems to be well prepared given how complete a team they have built with these talents.
As we edge closer to the World Cup, bettors are optimizing the best football betting software they can find to make the best betting decisions. In this article, we will be taking a look at five of the best talents that you can find in Czech currently.
Šulc is a 21-year-old Czech midfielder who is currently playing for Viktoria Plzen. His senior career kicked off in Viktoria Plzen in 2017, when he was just 17. Though it was a very short run, he was able to make three appearances during his stay at the time. In 2019, he moved to Vysočina Jihlava, where he seems to have gotten better playing time.
In that club, his genius started getting noticed as he was opportune to play 16 games within the brief period he was there and scored three goals. In that same year, looking at how promising he showed to be, SFC Opava came for him. There he made 15 appearances before moving to České Budějovice in 2020, where he also made 20 appearances.
Viktoria Plzen made a move to have him back and he is currently playing for the team. Nationally, he represented Czech Republic U18, U19, U20, and U21 in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 respectively.
Vitik is a 19-year-old Czech player that currently plays as a defender for Sparta Prague. His build and quickness have defined his defense style making him a key part of Sparta Prague’s team. He started off playing for Sparta Prague’s youth team in 2017.
He played with them for a 3-year-period before piquing the interest of Sparta Prague’s senior team coach in 2020. Before that, nationally, he had been playing for Czech Republic U15, U16, U17, and U21 in 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021 respectively. He has proven to be relentless about growth and keeps getting better by the day. Since his joining Sparta Prague in 2020, he has had 25 appearances.
David Zima, a top-flight Czech talent is a 21-year-old midfielder that currently plays for Torino. His senior career started with Sigma Olomouc, a Czech Republic first division club.
He played with them for just one season and had just two appearances. Things looked a little better for him when he was loaned to Sparta Prague in 2020. There he had more playing time and played 12 games for the very brief period he was there.
Sparta Prague eventually officially signed him that year after seeing he was beyond average, giving him more playing time which raked up to 25 appearances. It didn’t take long for Torino to take notice of his talent in 2021, before making the big move to have him in the club. With the world cup in view, he is one player that’s most definitely going to be an instrumental part of the Czech Republic’s defense.
You have got to be a talent to look out for to be included in the Guardian’s Next Generation list for 2020 at 16. Adam Karabec started his career quite young in 2009, where he played for the Bohemians 1905 youth team for seven years. In 2016, his playmaking style didn’t go unnoticed as Sparta Prague came to poach him.
He started playing for Sparta Prague under 19 teams in 2019, even though he was just 16 at the time. It didn’t take so long for the head coach of Sparta’s senior team to take notice of his talent before shortlisting him to play for the senior team. So far, he has proven so much to be an astounding part of Sparta Prague’s midfield.
This 19-year-old Czech player has shown great prospects to be ranked among the greats in the near future. The young lad started his career playing for Czech Republic U15 in 2017, where he scored four goals in five appearances.
In 2018, he was part of the Czech Republic U17 team, where he made 10 appearances and scored five goals. His strides started preceding him, and it didn’t take so long before Sparta Prague signed him that year. He went on to win the Czech Talent of the Year in 2019 and it was at that time it became obvious he was headed for the stars.
In 2021, as a reward for his greatness, he became short-listed for the Czech Republic senior team. He still plays for Sparta Prague and so far has 98 appearances with the club, with 38 goals to his belt.