FK Bohemians Prague (Czech: FK Bohemians Praha), formerly known as FC Střížkov Praha 9, was a football club from Střížkov, Prague, Czech Republic. The club won the Bohemian Football League in the 2006–2007 season and was promoted to the Second League, where it appeared in the 2007–2008 season. The club won the Second League that season and was promoted to the Czech First League (top flight), where it competed in the 2008–2009 and 2009–2010 seasons. In 2010 the club was relegated from Czech First League. In 2011 the club won the Bohemian Football League again and was promoted to the Czech 2. Liga. In June 2011 the club appointed SK Strakonice 1908 coach František Barát as manager, replacing coach Jaromír Jindráček.
After losing the battle over the naming rights, their owner Karel Kapr took the decision to disband the mens side of the club. Most of the players have been transferred to SK Třeboradice. The club will continue with an adult women's team and junior male and female teams.