Tenants: SK Slavia Prague
Background of Sinobo Stadium
Having opened in 2008, the Sinobo Stadium (formerly known as Eden Aréna and Synot Tip Arena) is one of the most modern stadiums in the Czech Republic, built on the site of the former Stadion Eden. Home to the second most successful team in the country, SK Slavia Prague, the stadium also hosts Czech Republic national team fixtures.
The Sinobo Stadium has gone on to host the 2014 Czech Cup Final and 2013 UEFA Super Cup, in which Bayern Munich defeated Chelsea 5-4 on penalties.
SK Slavia Prague – Tickets for the 2018/19 season ranged from CZK 210 up to CZK 840, depending on the location of where you sit and the opposition. Tickets usually go on general sale online three weeks before the match, or can be bought from the ticket office near entry 4 at the stadium 3 working days before the match or on match day from 10am.
Czech Republic international football – Tickets for international Czech Republic matches will be available to purchase on their official website.
Location & Travel to Sinobo Stadium
The Sinobo Stadium is approximately 3km east of central Prague. It may be worth investing in a 24 hour or 3 day travel pass to utilise the public transport during your stay.
Air: Prague’s Václav Havel Airport serves over 150 destinations across Europe, Asia, Africa and North America (including Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle, and Nottingham).
The airport lies 7 miles to the west of central Prague, with the cheapest way of transport between the two being public bus, with the AirportExpress running from Terminal 1 to Prague’s main railway station.
Bus: Prague’s buses tend to stay out of the city. However, bus station ‘Slavia’ is conveniently close to the stadium on U Slavie street, to the west of the stadium and is served by lines 135, 136, 150 and 213.
Metro: Prague’s metro system is a smooth and efficient way of getting around the city. The nearest metro station to the stadium is Želivského (Line A), about 2km north (or a 20 minute walk)
Train: Fairly central to the city, is Prague’s main railway station, Praha hlavní nádraží. Trains serve most of the larger Czech cities including Brno, Plzeň, České Budějovice and Olomouc, as well as international destinations such as Germany, Poland, Slovakia, Austria, Hungary, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Serbia, Russia, Ukraine and Croatia.
Tram: Behind the metro, Prague’s tram network is the quickest way of getting around the city. The closest tram station to the Sinobo Stadium is ‘Slavia’ on Vršovická street, to the north of the stadium. Lines 7, 22 and 24, along with night lines 55, 57 and 59 all stop here.
Where to stay in Prague
Sinobo Stadium Tour & Slavaia Museum
A tour of Sinobo Stadium and entry to the Slavia Prague museum is available 10am to 6pm on Friday’s, Saturday’s and Sunday’s but not on match days. Entry costs 200 CZK for Adults, 50 CZK for a Child (6-15 years old) and 400 CZK for a family (2 adults and 2 children). Further information is available on the official Slavia website.