KŚ AZS Wrocław

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KŚ AZS Wrocław
Full name Klub Środowiskowy Akademicki Związek Sportowy Wrocław
Founded 1997
Ground
capacity
3000
League Ekstraliga Kobiet
2013-14 3rd
Website Club home page

KŚ AZS Wrocław is a Polish women's football club from Wrocław.

AZS Wrocław was founded in 1997 from the women's section of AZS-AWF Wrocław. The club plays in the highest league Ekstraliga Kobiet and has won the championship eight times in a row from 2001 to 2008, before finishing 2nd to RTP Unia Racibórz in 2009.

The team has won the Polish Cup in 2004/05, 2005/06 and 2007/08.

Honours[edit]

Season League Place W D L GF GA Pts Cup
2005-06 Ekstraliga Kobiet (I) 1 15 4 1 76 9 49 final
2006-07 Ekstraliga Kobiet (I) 1 17 0 3 62 14 51 winner
2007-08 Ekstraliga Kobiet (I) 1 8 1 1 26 5 25 Round of 16
2008-09 Ekstraliga Kobiet (I) 2 13 6 1 68 12 45 winner
2009-10 Ekstraliga Kobiet (I) 3 10 4 6 56 27 34 quarter-final
2010-11 Ekstraliga Kobiet (I) 3 10 4 4 48 21 34 semi-final
2011-12 Ekstraliga Kobiet (I) 5 8 1 9 21 26 25 semi-final
2012-13 Ekstraliga Kobiet (I) 4 10 2 6 25 15 32 Round of 16
2013-14 Ekstraliga Kobiet (I) 3 10 3 5 43 27 33 final
Green marks a season followed by promotion, red a season followed by relegation.

UEFA Competitions Record[edit]

Season Competition Stage Result Opponent
2001-02 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage 7-0 Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv
1-3 Switzerland Bern
1-2 England Arsenal
2002-03 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage 0-2 Finland HJK Helsinki
0-1 Switzerland Sursee
6-3 Wales Bangor City
2003-04 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage 2-15 Norway Kolbotn
0-3 France Juvisy
3-0 Republic of Ireland University College Dublin
2004-05 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 2-1 Wales Cardiff City
5-1 Faroe Islands KÍ Klaksvík
2-0 Ukraine Metalist Kharkiv
Group Stage 0-5 Italy Torres
1-4 Germany Turbine Potsdam
2-0 France Montpellier
2005-06 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 5-0 Ukraine Arsenal Kharkiv
11-0 Cyprus AEK Kokkinochovion
1-0 Israel Maccabi Holon FC
Group Stage 1-3 England Arsenal
1-3 Denmark Brøndby
3-3 Russia Lada Togliatti
2006-07 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 4-1 Republic of Macedonia Skiponjat
0-1 Finland HJK Helsinki
2-2 Switzerland Zuchwil
2008-09 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 0-1 Ukraine Naftokhimik Kalush
4-0 Estonia Levadia Tallinn
4-0 Greece PAOK

Current squad[edit]

As of 29 August 2014 (official website)
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Poland GK Anna Bocian
33 Poland GK Aleksandra Brzezina
2 Poland DF Karolina Przebierała
6 Poland DF Karolina Ostrowska
7 Poland DF Katarzyna Sołtys
8 Poland DF Aleksandra Janicka
10 Poland DF Weronika Aszkiełowicz
13 Poland DF Patrycja Michalczyk
14 Poland DF Katarzyna Gozdek
16 Poland DF Angelika Raruk
17 Poland DF Karolina Gradecka
26 Poland DF Aleksandra Lewalska
No. Position Player
4 Poland MF Karolina Wijata
5 Poland MF Joanna Zalwowska
11 Poland MF Martyna Lewandowska
14 Poland MF Dominika Grabowska
20 Poland MF Dominika Dereń
21 Poland MF Sofia Leaslie Gonzalez
23 Poland MF Aleksandra Jaworek
25 Poland MF Anna Kornak
27 Poland MF Joanna Wróblewska
28 Poland MF Magdalena Kaczorowska
9 Poland FW Monika Koziarska
19 Poland FW Anita Turkiewicz
24 Poland FW Marta Cichosz

References[edit]

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