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|Full name||Lubelski Klub Piłkarski
(Yellow, White and Blues),
Motor Lublin (Polish pronunciation: [ˈmɔtɔr ˈlublin]) is a Polish professional football team based in Lublin. The club was founded in December 1950 with their nickname The Yellow, White and Blues reflecting their official colours. They currently play in the Polish Second League.
- (till 1950) Metalowiec
- (since 1950) ZKS Stal Lublin
- (since 1957) Robotniczy Klub Sportowy Motor Lublin
- (since 1998) Lubelski Klub Piłkarski
- (since 2001) LKP Motor Lublin
- 9 seasons in the First league:
- 19 seasons in the Second league:
- 1968/69 - 1971/72
- 1973/74 - 1979/80
- 1987/88 - 1988/89
- 1992/93 - 1995/96
- Polish Cup
- Quarterfinals in 1978/79 and 1981/82
- Polish Championship U-19
- Winners in 1971
Motor Lublin currently plays at MOSiR-Bystrzyca. The club has confirmed plans for a new municipal stadium (Stadion Miejski przy ulicy Krochmalnej) with a capacity of 15,000 spectators.
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
2. Jacek Bąk
7. Andrzej Pop
10. Jerzy Krawczyk
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- "Tak będzie wyglądać nowy stadion" [This is how the new stadium will look] (in Polish). Motor Lublin. 18 November 2011.