Stanislav Čeček (13 November 1896 - 29 May 1930) was a Czechoslovakian general.
Stanislav Čeček was born in Austria-Hungary in the family of a forester, studied in a trading school at Praha. Since 1911 he worked at the Moscow office of "Laurin a Klement" company.
When the First World War began, Čeček joined the "Czech team" of Russia Army. On 31 March 1917 he was awarded by Order of St. George (4th degree). Later he took part in the formation of the Czechoslovak Legion and became a commander of the 4th Regiment.
In May 1918 Čeček took part in the Revolt of the Czechoslovak Legion and became commander-in-chief of the Volga Front of People Army of Komuch. In October 1918 he went to Vladivostok and was evacuated from Russia in September 1920.
In Czechoslovakia Čeček became a deputy chief of the General Staff. During 1921-1923 he studied in France at École spéciale militaire de Saint-Cyr. After returning he received a rank of division general and became a chief of president's Military Office. From 1926 he was a chief of Aviation Department in the Defense Ministry. From 1928 he is a commander of 5th Infantry Division in České Budějovice.