|Full name||Bielański Klub Sportowy
|Founded||April 21, 1957|
|Ground||Marymoncka 42 Street,
|League||A-Klasa (7th tier)|
|2012–13||B klasa (8th tier), 1st (promoted)|
|Website||Club home page|
Hutnik Warszawa, is a Polish professional football club based in the Bielany district of Warsaw, Poland. It was founded on April 21, 1957 as Hutniczy Klub Sportowy (Steelworkers' Sports Club) and renamed Bielański Klub Sportowy (Bielany Sports Club) in 2001.
Hutnik has never played in the top division, and the highest position it has achieved in the Polish First League was 6th (1992/93). The successes in the Polish Cup include reaching the quarterfinal in 1991, as well as winning the Cup on a regional level on June 4, 2008 (after defeating Legia Warszawa reserves 1:0 in the final).
Despite not being the most successful of clubs in terms of trophy-winning, Hutnik has always been particularly active in developing young, mostly local, players; several former Hutnik players even went on to play for the Polish national team (Michał Żewłakow, the current captain of the national team, is a former Hutnik player).
Hutnik was traditionally sponsored by the nearby steel mill (Huta Warszawa) and the privatisation of that steelworks - and thus the ending of the sponsorship - marked the beginning of the club's steady decline. In the summer of 2012 Hutnik's disastrous financial condition finally resulted in dissolution of the club but the club was re-formed starting from the bottom of the league pyramid (8th level, known as B-Klasa).
Notable former players
Tomasz Arceusz - scored 95 goals in 312 top flight appearances for various Polish and Finnish teams
Kazimierz Buda - youngest ever player to captain the Polish national team, played in Finland and Belgium, as well as Poland where he won a domestic cup; 10 games and 2 goals for the national team
Krzysztof Iwanicki - won 3 domestic cups in Poland, also played for Perpignan FC in France
Jan Karaś - won the Polish Cup with Legia Warsaw, also played for Larissa and VPS Vaasa; 16 games and 1 goal in the Polish national team including the 1986 World Cup quarterfinal
Igor Kozioł - currently approaching his 300th top flight game, won the Polish Championship and six domestic cups
Juliusz Kruszankin - Polish champion on 2 occasions, won 5 domestic cups and appeared in the 1991 Cup Winners' Cup semifinal; 7 games for the national team
Marcin Mięciel - 111 goals in 418 appearances for various Polish, Greek and German teams, won 5 domestic cups and a Polish championship; 5 caps and 1 goal for the national team
Tomasz Muchiński - won two Polish Championships and a Polish Supercup with Widzew Łódź, was part of their squad for the Champions League group stages in 1996.
Andrejs Prohorenkovs - won nearly 200 top flight appearances with various teams in Latvia, Poland, Israel, Russia, Spain and Greece; 32 caps and 4 goals for the Latvian national team
Grzegorz Szamotulski - won 2 domestic cups in Poland, currently approaching his 350th top flight appearance, played in Poland, Greece, Austria, Israel, Scotland, England and Slovakia; 13 games for the national team
Marcin Żewłakow - 125 goals in 432 top flight appearances in Poland, Belgium, France and Cyprus, 25 caps and 5 goals for the Polish national team including a game and goal against the USA in the 2002 World Cup
Michał Żewłakow - Current Polish national team captain (and the only Polish footballer ever to be capped more that 100 times), played in 2002 and 2006 World Cups and 2008 European Championship as well as the Champions League with both Anderlecht and Olympiacos, won six national championships in Greece, Belgium and Poland, and four domestic cups
Czesław Wisniewski (1964)
Jerzy Masztaler (1979–82)
Trivia: three of the former Hutnik managers (Strejlau, Wójcik and Engel) went on to manage the Polish National team, and another one (Zamilski) is currently managing the Polish U-21 team.
Biggest win: 22:0 against WKS II Rząśnik (2012/13 season)
Biggest defeat: 0:8 against Warmia Grajewo (2002/03 season)
Highest league position: 6th in the Second Division (1992/93 season)
Lowest league position: 8th in the Polish Fifth League (2004/05 season)
Most games for the club: Mariusz Szymaniak: 302 (1997–2009, 2012-)
Most goals for the club: Mariusz Szymaniak: 120