Daniel Kretinsky is said to be delighted after Sparta Prague won the Czech league title for the first time in nearly a decade.
A goalless draw was enough for the Spartans to win their 13th domestic league title since 1993. After nine long years, Sparta Prague football club has won the Czech First League title. A 0:0 draw away at FC Slovácko last week confirmed their title with arch-rivals Slavia Prague in second place. The Czech league finished on Sunday
Kretinsky was present at the home game to watch Sparta fans storm the FC Slovácko stadium pitch to celebrate the win; a victory parade is expected in Prague.
Since 2004 he been chairman of football club AC Sparta Prague and he is believed to be its 40% shareholder with the remaining 60% held by J&T private equity group.
Earlier this season Sparta’s co owner Kretinksy was accused of visiting the match official’s dressing room at half time during a Sparta Prague match against Brno..