In most regional associations of the Czech Republic continues its spring parts of the season. Have a look at the largest associations:
In Brno matches of the first league called SIMOST Superleague begin in mid-April and in full training are also players of RKM Brno, the reigning minifootball Champion of the Czech Republic and also minifootball Champion of the Czech Republic in 2010. RKM is after the mid-season on the first place with a lead of a single point.
At the end of March, spring part of the season will already start in Jihlava. Currently the League cup, which reached to the final, is in full swing. R.U.M. Jihlava, that defeated Klasici Jihlava (reigning Jihlava Champion) in the first semifinal 5:4, will play against Armagedon Jihlava, which defeated ŽST 9:6 in the second semifinal.
Hanspaulka league in Prague, the largest regional association in the Czech Republic also filled the break before the start of the league with the League Cup. Prague teams played only 2 rounds yet, so it´s still early to tell some prognosis who will be the winner.
At the beginning of April, spring part of the season will start in Pardubice. The first league table is dominated by Aegon Laguna Pardubice – minifootball Champion of the Czech Republic in 2006. Aegon is absolutely sovereign, from 12 games they got all 36 points.
In Příbram, the system is played opposite, ie spring part – autumn part. So the new season begins now. Last season winner – FC Union Brdy is also minifootball Champion of the Czech Republic in 2008 and 2009. Second was Halucinace Příbram, participant of semifinal qualification to advance to the Final 4 minifootball Championship 2013. On the bronze rung ended AC Everlast Příbram, participant of the Final 4 minifootball Championship 2013, where this team finished on the 4th place.