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Sport Centre Brno
Havlíková, Terezie ; Vostrejž, Dušan (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The theme of my dissertation is to create the architectural study of a football stadium in Brno behind Lužánky. The proposed stadium is to create facilities for football Brno, athletes and fans. Stadium capacity is 23 thousands audience. Object is an organic shape and is forming two main parts. The first part of the concrete superstructuce and second is a steel structure carrying a transparent facade composed of ETFE foil.
Attitude of football fans of AC Sparta Praha towards aggression
Jílková, Eva ; Janák, Vladimír (advisor) ; Křivda, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Attitude of football fans of AC Sparta Prague towards aggression Objectives: The aim is monitoring of the current milieu in the stands of the Generali Arena, to find out the attitudes to aggressive displays which some of the football fans and the management of the team took on and then another aim is to try to propose some possible proving measures according the information the author got in the research. Methods: Author mentions information got due to the study of the available sources which are connected to these issues. The autor also specified the terms like aggression and its causes and forms, then the behaviour of the individuals and of the crowd, the definition of the attitude and its research and also the theoretical definition of the football matches attenders. The research includes the collectioning and the analyze of the information from the secondary sources, then the observation during the Sparta Prague matches and the interview with some of the fans. Results: The author found out that the nonverbal type of aggression like catcalls to the opponents and like a reaction to the referee decision shows in the stands the most often. The interviews show that the fans this type of the aggression don't consider as an aggression, pyrotechnics belongs to the football and the fights are...
Aggression and violent attitudes of football fans Slavia Praha
Hromádka, Tomáš ; Janák, Vladimír (advisor) ; Procházka, Jan (referee)
Title: Aggression and violent attitudes of football fans Slavia Praha Object: There is aim of this project to find out and write about negative demonstrations of football fans of Slavie Prague clu band thein stance to aggresse during football matches. How often and what form of violence we can meet at them and what leads them to mentioned action. They do not harm only thein club but also the others at the stadium. Do they really interest in sport or it is only means for venting their aggresse. Methods: The following methods were used in this project: explorative pre-research and quantitative research work. I concentrated on stances of fans which take part in football matches in my pre-research. I will bring up some questions electronicly and in writing. There I'll use my personal contacts for completing some questionaires at fans of Slavie Prague club. I will try to involve some most fans to that action because then I'll be able generalize it for whole base of the fans of the club. Results: On condition if fans of Slavie Prague club are aggressive in investigated manifestations or not it is confirmed the fact that the fans of SK Slavie Prague are not aggressive in next mentioned manifestations. The result of my research is that Slavie fans rank among moderate fans in our society. They are not...
Slavia fans in the changing times
Stehlíková, Jana ; Houda, Přemysl (advisor) ; Vaněk, Miroslav (referee)
Sports spectators is free entertainment for millions of people around the world. Here I will focus on football spectators who have in their heart the club SK Slavia Praha, who is one of the oldest football club in our country and have a fan base. As the name suggests, I will be interested in the phenomenon of a football fan, which differs from the viewer, among other things, that he identifies with his club. The main aspect of this work will be a comparison of two historical sections, the period before and after the fall of the communist regime in 1989 and Police supervision is connected. I will also be interested in the relationship to the biggest rival within AC Sparta Praha, or the possibility of club artifacts, which are now available in a wealth of, but always be. Even fans have their asociations. Aside from the fact that they are associated fan support such as an expert and tribune, which have great influence as a club support and at the end of the work focusing on their relationship to the club, why they chose Slavia and what it means for them. For this work I chose the method of qualitative research, which oral history and field research, which I found due to the nature of the work appropriate. Key words: sports spectators, SK Slavia Praha, football fans, oral history
Movement between social worlds: teh case of supporter liaison officers in football
Haman, Jakub ; Numerato, Dino (advisor) ; Pergl, David (referee)
Professional football environment is becoming more corporate and alienate itself more and more from the fans. Because of that UEFA, under influence of fan groups, decided to incorporate new licensing regulations in 2011. The goal of those new regulations was to offer a bigger share of influence over big clubs to fans. The new position of Supporter Liaison Officer was a part of those new licensing regulations. SLOs main goal is to provide a source of communication between club and its fans. After a few years in 2017 the Czech League Football Association LFA incorporated SLO into its own licensing regulations. In this thesis we are focusing on the process of implementation SLO into Czech football and which institutions played role in it through interviews with Czech SLOs. We are using the theory of Institutional Isomorphism which allows us to focus on functioning of SLO in Czech football through its three isomorphic processes. Because the position of SLO was implemented by just four first league, we are going to focus on why it is not implemented by all as well. Thanks to the analysis of interviews and recherche of documents we were able to show which processes affect SLO and how. We identified all three of the isomorphic processes, coercive, mimetic, and normative. The thesis also allows comparison...
Slavia fans in the changing times
Stehlíková, Jana ; Houda, Přemysl (advisor) ; Vaněk, Miroslav (referee)
Sports spectators is free entertainment for millions of people around the world. Here I will focus on football spectators who have in their heart the club SK Slavia Praha, who is one of the oldest football club in our country and have a fan base. As the name suggests, I will be interested in the phenomenon of a football fan, which differs from the viewer, among other things, that he identifies with his club. The main aspect of this work will be a comparison of two historical sections, the period before and after the fall of the communist regime in 1989 and Police supervision is connected. I will also be interested in the relationship to the biggest rival within AC Sparta Praha, or the possibility of club artifacts, which are now available in a wealth of, but always be. Even fans have their asociations. Aside from the fact that they are associated fan support such as an expert and tribune, which have great influence as a club support and at the end of the work focusing on their relationship to the club, why they chose Slavia and what it means for them. For this work I chose the method of qualitative research, which oral history and field research, which I found due to the nature of the work appropriate. Key words: sports spectators, SK Slavia Praha, football fans, oral history
Aggression and violent attitudes of football fans Slavia Praha
Hromádka, Tomáš ; Janák, Vladimír (advisor) ; Procházka, Jan (referee)
Title: Aggression and violent attitudes of football fans Slavia Praha Object: There is aim of this project to find out and write about negative demonstrations of football fans of Slavie Prague clu band thein stance to aggresse during football matches. How often and what form of violence we can meet at them and what leads them to mentioned action. They do not harm only thein club but also the others at the stadium. Do they really interest in sport or it is only means for venting their aggresse. Methods: The following methods were used in this project: explorative pre-research and quantitative research work. I concentrated on stances of fans which take part in football matches in my pre-research. I will bring up some questions electronicly and in writing. There I'll use my personal contacts for completing some questionaires at fans of Slavie Prague club. I will try to involve some most fans to that action because then I'll be able generalize it for whole base of the fans of the club. Results: On condition if fans of Slavie Prague club are aggressive in investigated manifestations or not it is confirmed the fact that the fans of SK Slavie Prague are not aggressive in next mentioned manifestations. The result of my research is that Slavie fans rank among moderate fans in our society. They are not...
Attitude of football fans of AC Sparta Praha towards aggression
Jílková, Eva ; Janák, Vladimír (advisor) ; Křivda, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Attitude of football fans of AC Sparta Prague towards aggression Objectives: The aim is monitoring of the current milieu in the stands of the Generali Arena, to find out the attitudes to aggressive displays which some of the football fans and the management of the team took on and then another aim is to try to propose some possible proving measures according the information the author got in the research. Methods: Author mentions information got due to the study of the available sources which are connected to these issues. The autor also specified the terms like aggression and its causes and forms, then the behaviour of the individuals and of the crowd, the definition of the attitude and its research and also the theoretical definition of the football matches attenders. The research includes the collectioning and the analyze of the information from the secondary sources, then the observation during the Sparta Prague matches and the interview with some of the fans. Results: The author found out that the nonverbal type of aggression like catcalls to the opponents and like a reaction to the referee decision shows in the stands the most often. The interviews show that the fans this type of the aggression don't consider as an aggression, pyrotechnics belongs to the football and the fights are...
Sport Centre Brno
Havlíková, Terezie ; Vostrejž, Dušan (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The theme of my dissertation is to create the architectural study of a football stadium in Brno behind Lužánky. The proposed stadium is to create facilities for football Brno, athletes and fans. Stadium capacity is 23 thousands audience. Object is an organic shape and is forming two main parts. The first part of the concrete superstructuce and second is a steel structure carrying a transparent facade composed of ETFE foil.

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