Plant protection products (PPP) are important cause of soil contamination. That is why it is important to develop effective and environment-friendly methods for remediation of soil contaminated with PPP. Mycoremediation is new, environment-friendly and low-cost technology that has a big potential for effective soil remediation of PPP that belong to various chemical groups, within a wide range of different environmental factors. The purpose of the bachelor thesis was (1) an overview of studies in the field of mycoremediation of soil contaminated with PPP that were done till this point, (2) to find out which fungi and why they are the most suitable and (3) which factors and how do they effect the successfulness of mycoremediation. For this purpose compilation of the main parameters of relevant PPP mycoremediation experiments were collected. We found out that for mycoremediation of PPP are the most suitable white-rot fungi of the genera Phanerochaete, Trametes, Lentinus, Pleurotus, Phellinus, Polyporus, Boletus, Laccaria, Leccinum, Gloeophyllum, Coriolus, Hypoholma, Ganoderma, Bjerkandera, Phlebia, Tramella and Mortierella and soil fungi of the genera Aspergillus, Trichoderma, Penicillium, Fusarium, Rhizopus, Chrinside and Verticillium. In comparison to fungi from other groups, bacteria and plants, they tolerate higher PPP concentrations, they can effectively remediate PPP with more diverse physical and chemical characteristics, they thrive in wider spectrum of environmental factors and they form a larger influence area in the soil. The main deficiency of mycoremediation is insufficient understanding of abiotic and biotic factors. That is crucial for manipulation of those and consequently for improvement of efficiency of mycoremediation of soil contaminated with PPP. Till this point, most of the mycoremediation-experiments where conducted in liquid cultures in laboratory conditions. Amonge those, variations in the conditions are to heterogenic to be able to define the influence of the environmental factors precisely. Thus, till the commercial usage of mycoremediation for remediation of soil contaminated with PPP, further studies are needed.