No. 1934-2 (room number represents the year of winning the silver medal at the FIFTA World Cup in Italy and his jersey number)
football defenceman, national team member, Kročehlavy former player, World Vice-Champion from Italy in 1934.
A native of Velké Přítočno near Kladno; a prominent figure of the Czechoslovak football history, Kročehlavy former player; he joined AC Sparta Prague in 1926, he soon became a regular first team player and a national team player; he won 625 matches as a defenceman of Sparta, scoring 1 goal.
He joined the national team in 55 games, was a member of the vice-champions from the Italian World Championship in 1934, represented at the World Championship in France in 1938; as a member of team Sparta Prague, he played four times in the finals of the popular Central European International Cup which he won twice – in his debut in the first team in 1927 and subsequently in 1935.
He became a captain of Sparta team when Káďa had left, which red jersey he was wearing for a total of sixteen years; his very physical parameters evoked respect in his opponents, he excelled in fighting spirit, allowed hardness and briskness, fast, precisely timed start of the ball, constant maximum game commitment.