The 30-year-old made the announcement after his country's
Baros, who is currently with Turkish side Galatasaray having played for Liverpool and Aston Villa earlier in his career, played 93 times for the Czechs, scoring 41 goals. He was the top scorer at
A report on fotbal.cz, the federation's official site, stated: "(Baros' retirement) had been speculated about for some time. The 30-year-old has been the subject of sharp criticism, culminating in the first
The federation said Baros was expected to make an official statement later.
Gibraltar, the tiny British overseas territory boasting just one professional player, will take part in the EURO 2016 qualifying campaign after gaining UEFA membership - but will be kept apart from Spain.