AS Trenčín
AS Trenčín
Top (left to right): Roman Jambor, Adam Laurinec, Adam Tučný, Lukáš Letenay, Erik Minaroviech, Samuel Sokol,Dominik Danko, Filip Farkašovský, Adam Straka, Kristián Lukáčik
Center (left to right): Dominik Rucek, Erik Hurný, Csaba Biricz, Ondrej Matejka, Mário Ragan, Patrik Prekop, Kristián Plšek, Tomáš Šimlovič, Adam Ďurec, Kristián Valo, Filip Tatranský
Bottom (left to right): Michal Kukučka, Jakub Kovalík (GK coach), Peter Čibík (assistant coach), Pavol Straka (assistant coach), Martin Fabuš (head coach), Michal Lacena (condition coach), Marek Chorvát (fysio), René Žákech

AS Trenčín is a relatively young club that was founded in 1992. After playing at the highest level from 1998 to 2008, the club became champion of the Slovak First Division in 2011 and promoted to the highest division again. From that moment it goes upstream with the club. The 2014/15 season is going very well for Trenčín. On May 1st, 2015, it won the Slovakian Cup by beating FK Senica in the final and three weeks later it became Slovakian’s champion fort he first time in history, including qualification for the preliminary round of the Champions League. In 2016, AS Trenčín repeats this piece of art and wins the double again.

The academy of the club has produced a considerable number of talents in recent years. Of the last generation of talents, Denis Chudý, Jakub Kadák, Michal Petráš (all born in 2000) and Adrián Slávik (1999) are currently playing for the A-team of Trenčín and Adam Brenkus (1999) is playing at the highest level for MFK Ružomberok. Matúš Rusnák, Luboslav Levai (1999), Dávid Machara, Marián Pišoja (2000), Jakub Parkáň and Martin Petro (2000) are playing one level lower for three different clubs. Richard Beďatš (1999) and Tomáš Svečula (2000) finally play for two different university teams in the USA.
From a previous recent generation, three players who participated in the KST, Stanislav Lobotka (Napoli), Matus Bero (Vitesse) and Tomas Malec (Vis Pesaro) have reached the status of international player.

AS Trenčín comes to the KST for the seventh time. From 2011 to 2017, the club has been a guest at this tournament six times and the Slovaks managed to win the tournament in 2013 and 2014. AST can also bring a strong team this year. With Filip Tatranský, Adam Laurinec, Lukáš Letenay (Slovakia U19), Michal Kukučka, Csaba Biricz, Simeon Kohút, Adam Tučný (Slovakia U18), Lucas Demitra and Urban Mazanovský (Slovakia U17), the club has no less than nine youth international players in the squad.

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