Bořek Dočkal (born 30 September 1988) is a Czech footballer who plays as a midfielder for Sparta Prague. He has previously spent time with Turkish side Konyaspor and Norwegian side Rosenborg. Dočkal represented the Czech Republic at youth international level, and was the captain of the under-21 team, and has later been capped with the senior team.
Dočkal began his football career in Poděbrady. The talented midfielder moved to Slavia Praha at the age of 10. Dočkal went through all the youth teams of Slavia and made his debut on the first team against SK Kladno. He scored his first goal for Slavia in his third match against FK Teplice. Dočkal was sent on a loan to Czech First League side Slovan Liberec in winter 2008, where he signed a contract several months later.
Dočkal went on a one-year loan to Turkish Super League side Konyaspor in July 2010.
In August 2011 Dočkal signed a long term contract with Norwegian club side Rosenborg. He contributed with one assist in his first game, where Rosenborg won 3–1 over rivals Molde. During the UEFA Europa League 2012-13, he scored 7 goals in 12 matches (6 goals in 7 games over the course of the preliminary stages), including a dramatic last-minute goal against Kazakh club FC Ordabasy on 26 July 2012, to propel 9-man Rosenborg to a 4:3 aggregate win. After two years with Rosenborg, where he scored 14 goals in 55 league-matches, Dočkal returned to Czech in August 2013 and signed a three-year contract with Sparta Prague.