The club's nicknames are the Glassers or the Glassboys. The club colours are yellow and blue, which of course can also be found on the jerseys, both home and away. At home they are at the Na Stínadle stadium, which is currently called AGC Aréna Na Stínadlech for sponsorship reasons. Its capacity is 18,221 people. The stadium is also used by the Czech national team.
The club's main rivals have usually been local teams. It was Ústí nad Labem, Chomutov, Blšany or local reserve teams of Slavia and České Budějovice. Many interesting foreign players passed through the club. Edin Džeko, who played here between 2005 and 2007 before he left for Germany. Among the club's league cannoneers are Ladislav Kareš, who scored 28 goals for Teplice (163 in the league) and Přemysl Bičovský, who scored 58 goals for Teplice (106 in the league). Michal Bílek, former coach of the national team, also played for the club.
The club was founded in 1945 in Teplice in the Ústí nad Labem region. Before the war there was a club Teplitzer FK, which disappeared in 1939. The new club was first called SK Teplice-Šanov and used the old pitch of the former club, which was called U Drožďárny, and also used a training pitch with a cinder surface called Na Bramši.
The club had a really interesting start, because after it was entered into competitions under the Czechoslovak Football Association, it always won the competition it was in every year, and so it moved up one competition. That's why he worked his way up to the first league in 1948. He was there until 1953, when he was eliminated after the reorganization of the competitions. He then struggled in the 2nd league until 1964, followed by promotion to the 1st league again, where he gained a strong sponsor in the local glassworks and lasted in the top league for 15 seasons until 1979.
In 1994 the club got its current name. Between 1979 and 1996 the club did not fare well and was also in the 3rd league for a while. Since 1997, it has played in the 1st league until today and has been relatively high in the table. The best is the 2nd place in 1999. The club won the Czech Cup 3 times, the last time in 2009.
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