SLOVAKIA

 

 

Teams are listed with their current name (highlighted in yellow) or with the last name before their disappearance (highlighted in green). Any previous name with which the team has participated in European competitions is shown in parentheses.

 

 

SLK01 – FC DAC 1904 DUNAJSKÁ STREDA (CZE04)

 

1904 DSE, 19.. DTE, 193. DTS, 193. DOMKE, 194. Stavokombinát, 195. Spartakus, 1965, TJ Jednota, 1968 TJ DAC, 1982 TJ DAC Poľnohospodár, 1993 FC DAC Gemer, 1994 FC DAC, 1996 1.FC DAC, 2000 FK DAC 1904, 2008 (+ FC Senec), 2014 FC DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda  (in the Czechoslovakian League until 1993); at the 1st level in the 2021/22 season; ground: MOL Aréna; colours: yellow-blue.

 

SLK02 - 1.FC KOŠICE (TJ VSS Košice) (CZE10)

 

1946 ŠK Železiari Poledniak, 1948 Kriváň, 1949 ČKD Kriváň, 1950 Sokol VSS, 1952 Spartak VSS, 1956 Spartak, 1957 TJ Jednota (+ Dynamo Spoj Košice), 1962 TJ VSS, 1978 TJ ZŤS, 1990 TJ Jednota ZŤS Unimex, 1992 1.FC Kosice (+ VSŽ Košice), 2004 dissolved (+ Steel Trans Ličartovce => Steel Trans Ličartovce B) (in the Slovak League since 1993); ground: Vsesportovni Arena; colours: orange-blue-white.

 

SLK03 - ŠK SLOVAN BRATISLAVA (Slovan ÚNV Bratislava) (TJ Slovan ChZJD Bratislava) (CZE17)

 

1919 1.ČcŠK, 1939 ŠK Bratislava, 1949 ZSJ Sokol NV, 1953 ZJ Slovan NV, 1954 Slovan ÚNV, 1961 TJ Slovan ChZJD Chemické závody Juraia Dimitrova (+ TJ Dimitrov), 1990 ŠK (Športový klub) Slovan (in the Czechoslovakian League until 1993); at the 1st level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Štadión Tehelné pole; colours: light blue.

 

SLK04 – 1.FC TATRAN PREŠOV (TJ Tatran Prešov) (FC Tatran Prešov) (CZE21)

 

1898 ETVE (Eperjesi Torna és Vívó Egyesület), 1920 TVE (Torna és Vívó Egyesület) 1931 Slávia, 1945 PTS (+ DŠO Slávia), 1947 DSO Slavia, 1947 DSO Snaha, 1948 Sparta Dukla, 1950 Dukla, 1951 Dukla ČSSZ, 1952 ČSSZ, 1953 DŠO Tatran, 1960 TJ Tartan, 1989 Tatran Agro, 1991 FC Tatran, 1996 FC Tatran Bukóza, 1998 FC Tatran, 2005 1.FC Tatran (in the Czechoslovakian League until 1993); at the 3rd level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Štadión Tatran; colours: green-white.

 

SLK05 - FK INTER BRATISLAVA (Cervena Hviezda Bratislava) (TJ Internacional Slovnaft Bratislava) (Inter ZTS Bratislava) (AŠK Inter Slovnaft Bratislsva) (CZE09)

 

1940 SK Apollo, 1945 TKNB, 1949 Sokol SNB, 1953 Cervena Hviezda, 1962 Slovnaft (+ TJ Iskra Slovnaft), 1965 TJ Internacional Slovnaft, 1986 Inter ZTS (+ TJ ZTS Petržalka), 1991 AŠK Inter Slovnaft (-TJ ZTS Petržalka), 2004 FK Inter, 2005 dissolved and re-formed as Inter Bratislava o.z., 2014 FK Inter (in the Slovak League since 1993); at the 3rd level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Štadión FK Stupava; colours: yellow-black.

 

SLK06 – ŠK FUTURA HUMENNÉ  (FC Chemlon Humenné)

 

1908 HAC (Homonnai Athlétikai Club), 1920 HAC (Humensky Atleticky Klub) 1948 Sokol, 1949 HAC, 1951 HAC ČSZZ (Československé spojené závody), 1952 ČSZZ, 1953 DŠO Tartan, 1959 Chemko (+ Lokomotiva Humenné), 1967 TJ Chemko, 1968 TJ LCHZZ ( Lokomotíva Chemlon Združené Závody), 1973 TJ Chemlon, 1991, FC Chemlon, 1998 HFC (Humenský Futbalový Club), 2000 1.HFC, 2012 ŠK Futura, 2015 dissolved (in the Czechoslovakian League until 1993); ground: Chemlon Štadión; colours: blue-black.

 

SLK07 - FC SPARTAK TRNAVA (TJ Spartak TAZ Trnava) (TJ Spartak ZŤS Trnava) (TJ Spartak Trnava) (CZE19)

 

1923 TŠŠ (ŠK Čehia + 1.Čs.ŠK Trnava), 1939 TŠŠ (+ŠK Rapid), 1948 Sokol NV, 1949 ZSJ Spartak Kovosmalt (+ Kovosmalt), 1953 DŠO Spartak Kovosmalt, 1962 TJ Spartak, 1962 TJ Spartak Kovosmalt, 1967 TJ Spartak TAZ, 1988 TJ Spartak ZŤS, 1990 TJ Spartak, 1993 FC Spartak (in the Czechoslovakian League until 1993); at the 1st level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Štadión Antona Malatinského; colours: red-black.

 

SLK08 – FC DUKLA BANSKÁ BYSTRICA (ASVS Dukla Banská Bystrica) (CZE05)

 

1953 PDA, 1954 DA, 1956 Dukla, 1965 VTJ Dukla, 1967 AS Dukla, 1975 ASVS Dukla, 1992 FC Dukla (in Czechoslovakian League until 1993); at the 2nd level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Štadión MFK Zvolen; colours: red.

 

SLK09 – MŠK PÚCHOV  (ŠK Matador Púchov)

 

1920 ŠK Púchov, 1943 ŠK Rolný, 1948 Sokol Makyta, 1953 TJ Makyta, 1956 TJ Iskra (+ TJ Sokol), 1968 TJ Gumárna 1.máje, 1993 ŠK Matador, 2007 FK Púchov, 2015  MŠK (Mestský Športový Klub) Púchov (in the Czechoslovakian League until 1993); at the 2nd level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Mestský štadión; colours: red-black.

 

SLK10 – MFK RUŽOMBEROK

 

1906 Concordia, 1918 ŠK Viktoria Ružomberok-Rybárpole, 1924 ŠK Ružomberok, 1948 Sokola SBZ (+ SBZ Ružomberok), 1953 DSO Iskra, 1957 TJ BZVIL, 1989 TJ BZ, 1992 SK Texicom, 1995 MŠK, 1996, MŠK (SCP, 1997 MŠK SKP (Mestský Športový Klub Severoslovenských celulózok a papierni), 2003 MFK (Mestský Futbalový Klub) (in the Czechoslovakian league until 1993); at the 1st level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Štadión pod Čebraťom; colours: orange-black.

 

SLK11 – MŠK ŽILINA (DŠO Dynamo Žilina) (CZE23)

 

1908 ZsTK, 1919 SK Žilina, 1948 Sokol Slovena, 1953 Iskra, 1956 Dynamo, 1963 Jednota, 1967 TJ ZVL, 1990 SK Žilina,  1996 MŠK (Mestský Športový Klub) Žilina (in the Czechoslovakian league until 1993); at the 1st level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Štadión pod Dubňom; colours: yellow-green.

 

SLK12 – FC SENEC (FK VTJ Koba Senec)

 

1994 FK Koba Senec, 1995 FK VTJ Koba (+ VTJ Bratislava), 2002 FK Koba Senec, 2004 FC Senec , 2008 dissolved (+ FK DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda => FK DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda) (in the Czechoslovakian league until 1993); ground: Národne tréningové Štadión; colours: white.

 

SLK13 – FC PETRŽALKA BRATISLAVA (FC Artmedia Petržalka Bratislava) (FC Artmedia Bratislava)

 

1898 PTE (Pozsonyi Torna Egyesület) Bratislava, 1939 Engerau Pressburg, 1945 ŠK Petržalka 1949 Kovosmalt Petržalka  1953 Spartak Kovosmalt Bratislava, 1963 TJ Povážské Strojárne Bratislava, 1965 SKS Petržalka, 1976 ZŤS Petržalka, 1986 dissolved (+ TJ Internacionál Slovnaft Bratislava => TJ Internacionál Slovnaft ZŤS Bratislava), 1990 TJ ZTS Petrzalka (- TJ Internacionál Slovnaft Bratislava), 1990 1.FC (Hydronika) Petržalka, 1991 1.FC Petržalka, 1993 FC (Artmedia) Petržalka; 2004 FC (Artmedia) Bratislava, 2007 FC (Artmedia) Petržalka, 2009 MFK Petržalka, 2010 FC  Petržalka 1898, 2014 FC Petržalka Akadémia, 2017 FC Petržalka (in the Czechoslovakian league until 1993); at the 2nd level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Športový areál FC Petržalka; colours: black-white.

 

SLK14 – FC ViOn ZLATÉ MORAVCE

 

1995 FC ViOn (Viliam Ondrejka); at the 1st level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Štadión FC ViOn; colours: white-red.

 

SLK15 – FC VSS KOŠICE (MFK Košice)

 

1938 TJ Družstevník Ličartovce, 1992 FC Plastt Ličartovce, 1997 FC Steel Trans Ličartovce, 2004 (+ 1.FC Košice => FC Steel Trans Ličartovce B), 2005 MFK Košice, 2015 FC VSS Košice, 2017 dissolved; ground: Lokomotíva Štadión; colours: yellow-blue.

 

SLK16 – FC NITRA (TJ Plastika Nitra) (CZE14)

 

1909 NYÖTTSÖ (Nyitrai Onketes Tuzoltó Testűlet Sportosztálya), 1911 NYTVE (Nyitrai Torna és Vivo Egyesullet), 1919 Nyitrai SC, 1921 SK Nitra, 1923 AC Nitra, 1948 Sokol, 1949 Sokol SZ, 1950 ZK Komunálnych podnikov, 1953 DŠO Slavoj, 1956 TJ Slovan, 1966 TJ AC Nitra, 1976 TJ Plastika, 1990 FK Nitra, 1993 FC Nitra (in the Czechoslovakian League until 1993); at the 3rd level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Štadión pod Zoborom; colours: light blue-dark blue.

 

SLK17 – FK SENICA

 

1921 Železná Unia, 1928 AC Senica, 1934 Senica FC, 1941 FK Vískóza, 1945 Závody Senica SK Chemické, 1948 Sokol CHZ Hodváb, 1953  DŠO Iskra, 1955 Slavoj, 1956 TJ Iskra, 1960 TJ Dimitrov, 1967 J Záhoran, 1969 TJ Slovenský Hodváb, 1990 FK Slovenský Hodváb, 2002 FK Senica (+ FK 96 Ress Častkov), 2009 (+ FK Inter Bratislava) (in the Czechoslovakian league until 1993) at the 1st level in the 2021/22 season; ground: OMS Arena; colours: blue-red.

 

SLK18 – FK AS TRENČÍN

 

1992 TJ (Ozeta) Dukla, 1995 FK (Ozeta) Dukla 2003 FK (Laugaricio) Trenčín, 2005 FK AS (Asociácia športov) Trenčín (in the Czechoslovakian league until 1993) at the 1st level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Štadión na Sihoti; colours: white.

 

SLK19 – TJ SPARTAK MYJAVA

 

1920 ŠK (Športový klub) Spartak Myjava, 2001 MŠK (Mestský Športový klub) Spartak, 2005 TJ (Telovýchovná Jednota) Spartak (in the Czechoslovakian league until 1993); at the 3rd level in the 2021/22 season; ground: Štadión Myjava; colours: black-white.