Moravian-silesian native Premysl Kubala was born on the 16th of December, 1973 in Frydek-Mistek. He is considered to be one of the best volleyball players in the history of the Czech Republic. Thanks to his height he played as blocker and was among the most valuable players on every team that he played for during his career. On national level teams such as: SKP Frýdek- Místek, Vítkovice, Schenk Brno, Setuza Ústí nad Labem, DHL Ostrava. Abroad he played for Bratislava, Innsbruck, Wiena, Sete or Poitiers.
He was also very succesfull on international level. Earlier in his career he represented the Czech republic at the World Junior Championships in Argentina in 1993 where he won the bronz medal. As senior he participated in three European Championships in 1999, 2001 and 2009. He also played for the Czech national team on two World Championships in 1998 in Japan and in 2002 in Argentina. In 1997 was Kubala announced as the voleyball player of the year in the Czech republic.
Since he was a youngster he has been playing beach volleyball where he won many trophies as well. Over the years he has played with Michal Palinek and later also Petr Beneš with whom he participated in the summer Olympic Games in 2012 in London. He was named the player of the year in beach volleyball in the Czech republic in 2011 and 2012.
During the recent years he has been focusing on coaching and giving back to the volleyball community in the Czech Republic. He is currently a coach of ŠSK Beskydy. His love for the sport of volleyball continues as he helps organize the first international tournament in veteran volleyball in the Czech Republic in 2017.