| Levoca, Czechoslovakia|
FC Banik Ostrava
FC Banik Ostrava
| (1982-11-18) 18 November 1982 (age 33)|
SK Sigma Olomouc (#18 / Defender)
David Bystroň (born 18 November 1982) is a Czech football player, who recently played for Sigma Olomouc as a defender.
David Bystroň Wikipedia
Bystroň has played 7 seasons for Czech side FC Baník Ostrava, where he became a champion in 2004 and won the Czech Cup in 2005.
He was bought by Levski Sofia on 22 June 2008. Bystroň signed his 3-year contract on 27 June 2008. He made his unofficial debut for Levski on 5 July 2008 in a friendly match against Spartak Pleven. Levski won the match and the result was 5–0.
Bystroň made his official debut for Levski on 13 August 2008 in a match against FC BATE Borisov. The result was 0–1 with a home loss. Bystroň scored his first goal for Levski on 17 August 2008 in a match against Botev Plovdiv. He became a Champion of Bulgaria in 2009.
Bystroň was loaned by FC Viktoria Plzeň on 12 August 2009. He played there until the end of the 2009/10 season. He won the Czech Cup in 2010 with Viktoria Plzeň.
After a period on loan, he was bought by Viktoria.
On 6 December 2011, Bystroň scored a goal in the 2–2 draw with Milan in a Champions League match.
After a UEFA Champions League match against FC BATE Borisov in November 2011, Bystroň tested positive for prohibited substance methamphetamine in a drug test. In January 2012, the 'B' sample also tested positive for the substance. He commenced a two-year ban from professional football starting on 3 January 2012, due to finish on 3 January 2014. His contract with Plzeň was terminated on 13 February 2012. Champion of Bulgaria 2009
Champion of the Czech Republic 2003/2004, 2010/2011
Czech Cup 2009/2010