Pavel Kuka (born 19 July 1968) is a Czech former professional football forward.
Born in Prague, Kuka started and finished his career at Slavia Praha, playing with the club from 1989–93 and then from 2000–05. He has also played for 1. FC Kaiserslautern (1994–98), 1. FC Nürnberg (1998–99), and VfB Stuttgart (1999–2000). For the Czech national team, Kuka played 63 times, scoring 22 goals and was part of the runner-up squad at Euro 96 and also took part at Euro 2000. Kuka also played 24 times, scoring seven goals, for Czechoslovakia. After his retirement in May 2005 he briefly worked as a manager in FK Marila Příbram (another Gambrinus league team) and then became football agent. In 2008, he was a sports executive at FK Viktoria Žižkov.
== Honours ==
=== Club ===
1. FC Kaiserslautern
Bundesliga champion: 1997–98; runner-up: 1993–94
DFB-Pokal winner: 1995–96
=== International ===
UEFA European Championship runner-up: 1996
FIFA Confederations Cup Third place: 1997
== References ==
== External links ==
Pavel Kuka at FAČR (in Czech)