The Czech Football Association says it welcomes the creation of a new competition for national teams by Europe’s football authority, UEFA. Association agreed Thursday to the creation of the UEFA Nations League, a competition played every two years in which four of the winning teams will proceed into the European Championships. The Czech association was initially opposed to the new league but representatives said that it now makes more sense after changes and that it will create more interest and more revenues than the friendly games that it will largely replace.
Terminal 2 at Prague‘s Vaclav Havel Airport evacuated due to bomb threat
Bestselling guidebook maps some of Prague’s quirkiest sites
Business prodigy brings US-style schools to Czech Republic
Grand Café Orient in Prague–the only Cubist café in the world
Federer: “The Laver Cup will be a tough tournament, with tough matches, where the better player wins”