2023: Comprehensive Guide to Schedule, Standings, Scorers & Assists

Czech Republic 2.Liga Tables

You can search the league table data of the last ten years, including historical statistics of different seasons (full, half, home, and away).

Schedule

As for the league match data in the past ten years, you can choose the match data of different clubs each season and switch to query the historical schedule data.
The current list shows the latest league fixtures.
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Top Scorers

Latest season player data (team, goals scored, home and away goals), access to historical data - Top scorer statistics for other seasons in 10 years.
Rank
Player
Clubs - Teams
Goals
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League Data

Standings:All-time full, half-time, home and away data for different seasons.

Match data:Historical match data for different seasons, including scores, odds, corners, handicaps, over/under, red and yellow cards, and other live match details.

Football Player Data:Player records, including goals scored, clean sheets and passes.

About Czech Republic 2.Liga

The Czech National Football League (Czech: Fotbalová národní liga, FNL) is the second level professional association football league in the Czech Republic. Before 2013 it was known as 2. liga or Druhá liga. The top two teams each season are eligible for promotion to the Czech First League. There are 16 clubs in the FNL. During the season, which runs from August to May or June, with a winter break between November and February or March, each club plays each of the other clubs twice (once at home, once away) and is awarded three points for a win, one for a draw and zero for a loss. Teams are ranked by total points, then goal difference and then goals scored. At the end of each season the top two teams are promoted to the First League, providing they obtain a license and meet league requirements, and are replaced by the two teams that finished bottom of that division. Similarly the two teams that finished at the bottom of the FNL are relegated to either the Bohemian Football League or the Moravian–Silesian Football League, based on geographical criteria. In turn, the champions of each of these regional divisions are promoted to the FNL.