|Full name Jaromir Paciorek|
Role Football player
|1992–1995 FC Svit Zlin|
Name Jaromir Paciorek
Height 1.82 m
|Date of birth (1979-07-11) 11 July 1979 (age 36)|
Place of birth Kromeriz, Czechoslovakia
1990–1992 SK Hanacka Slavia Kromeriz
Jaromir "Jarda" Paciorek – (born 11 July 1979 in Kromeriz) is a Czech football player who played as a midfielder.
Paciorek was born in Kromeriz and began his career in a local club, Hanacka Slavia Kromeriz. Soon his talent – including an overview of the game or speed – was detected by coaches of FC Svit Zlin, where Paciorek was later transferred to.
Paciorek played in the Czech under-16 team during 1995 European Under-16 Championship. The championship were successful for him and consequently some famous clubs (e.g. Bayern Munich and Feyenoord Rotterdam) wanted to transfer Paciorek. Eventually Paciorek went to Feyenoord and in his first season he played in the junior team. One year later he was promoted to the senior team, but he did not play any matches there. In 1997 he moved to Excelsior Rotterdam (2nd level). In 1998 he went to Fortuna Sittard, where he played irregularly (31 games over three years) so the club terminated the contract with Paciorek.
In 2001 Paciorek received some offers (among other from Switzerland), but eventually returned to the Czech Republic and signed a contract with 1.FC Brno (1st level). He played only 5 matches there. At the beginning of 2002–03 season he left the club of his own accord. Then he admitted he has been taking narcotics, commenting it as follows: "give a damn what others think of me".
In 2002 he returned to Hanacka Slavia Kromeriz, but he was not a leading player there. At the beginning of 2006 Paciorek went to Spartak Hulin (Czech Fourth Division), where he played in 36 games. In July 2009 he became a player of the Austrian club SK Eggenburg. In June 2011 he moved to FC Tescoma Zlin but retired in January 2012.