Uherské Hradiště won promotion to the country's top flight, the Czech First League, after finishing first in the 1994–95 Czech 2. Liga. The club subsequently featured in the 1995–96 Czech First League, under the name of FC JOKO Slovácká Slavia Uherské Hradiště, finishing bottom of the league and winning only three of their thirty matches. The club dropped out of the second league after winning just twice in the 1997–98 Czech 2. Liga. In 2000 the club was merged with FC Synot from the town of Staré Město, becoming 1. FC Synot.