|Full name||Białostocki Klub Sportowy Hetman Białystok|
|Ground||Białystok City Stadium|
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|Website||Club home page|
Gwardia was organized in 1948 as a Polish Citizens' Militia's (Communist Police) club. The name Gwardia used to be a common name for any Citizens' Militia's sports' club in Poland. Many players were soldiers serving in the Polish Army who were assigned to the units in or near Bialystok City.
Gwardia Bialystok was the first team from Bialystok after World War II to advance to the II (2nd) League, but survived there only one season (1951–1952) before being relegated to the III (3rd) League.
With the fall of the Communist Oligarchy and the cessation of sponsorship, the club was forced to temporarily disappear in 1990.
- II (2nd) League: One season (1951–1952)
- III (3rd) League: Group champion (2nd group out of 4 groups) (1953)
- Polish Cup - OZPN Białystok - 1952/53, 1953/54, 1954/55, 1955/56, 1960/61, 1978/79, 1981/82, 1985/86, 1986/87, 1993/94
At the half—time winter break, Hetman leads in the Podlaska group of the new (old "5th") 4th or IV "Liga" Division. In the last game, Hetman defeated the previous leader, Piast also from Bialystok, 0:1 after a goal in the 39th minute scored by Lukasz Szarejko.
- As of 19 May 2013.
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Dariusz Bayer
- Jacek Bayer
- Robert Gaszyński
- Tomasz Giedrojć
- Cezary Kulesza
- Igor Lewczuk
- Ryszard Ostrowski
- Wiesław Romaniuk
- Janusz Szugzda
- Zbigniew Szugzda
- Jan Gałązka
- Paweł Głażewski
- Grzegorz Jabłoński
- Grzegorz Kiełsa
- Andrzej Liczik
- Wiesław Małyszko
- Łukasz Maszczyk
- Krzysztof Rojek
- Dariusz Snarski
- Kamil Szeremeta
- Krzysztof Zimnoch
- Hetman Białystok web page (Polish)
- Hetman Białystok (football club) at 90minut.pl (Polish)
- Polish Soccer Podlasie Regional Association (Polish)
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