His first appearance happened in 1990 as part of AC Sparta Prague – first large football team in Czechoslovakia and later the Czech Republic. He scored 27 goals for Sparta in the 7 years with the team. He took part in European Cup Championship semifinals and quarter finals of the Cup Winners’ Cup. As part of AC Sparta, he won titles in national championships in 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995 and 1997, and cups in 1992, 1993 and 1996. After the Europe Championship in 1996 Martin moved to Germany, where he had signed a contact with the FC Bayer Leverkusen. At the end of his career he played in FK Semice and FK Dukla Prague. As for Eurocups — his overall statistics are as follows: 18 games in European Champion Cup (also known as UEFA Champions League), 12 games in each of Cup Winners’ Cup and UEFA . In total, he scored 3 goals is Eurocups. (One of these goals allowed Sparta to beat Marseille in the second round of European Champions Cup in 1991/1992). As a part of the national football team he took part in 37 games, 8 of those were for Czechoslovakia and 29 for the Czech Republic, and he scored 4 goals. He is a silver medal winner EURO 1996. Also, he played in the FIFA Confederation Cup in 1997. At the moment Martin Frydek is a head coach of FC Loko Vltavin.