Karel Krejčí (born 20 December 1968) is a Czech football manager and former player who is currently the manager of FC Viktoria Plzeň and coach assistant of Czech Republic national football team. He was born in Plzeň.
Krejčí played in the Czech First League in the 1990s, representing FC Svit Zlín, 1. FK Příbram and SK České Budějovice. His last First League match was three minutes in a 7–0 loss to Sparta Prague.
Following his career as a player, Krejčí became coach of Příbram reserve football team. Krejčí joined Czech First League side Plzeň as manager in April 2008 for the end of the 2007-08 Gambrinus liga after Levý´s departure. In new season he became assistant of new head coach Jaroslav Šilhavý and later Pavel Vrba. This coach duo Vrba-Krejčí started in Plzeň very successful era, in which the club won two league titles, one cup title, and three consecutive seasons of participation in the UEFA Europa League knockout stage. When in December 2013 Vrba joined the Czech Republic national football team as head coach, Krejčí continued to work with him as his first assistant. In August 2015, Krejčí was named as the new manager of Viktoria Plzeň after Miroslav Koubek´s departure because of unsuccessful start of new season.
- FC Viktoria Plzeň
- Czech First League (1): 2015–16
- As of 19 May 2016
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