Rugby Ekstraliga

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Rugby Ekstraliga
Sport Rugby union
Founded 1957
No. of teams 8
Country  Poland
Most recent champion(s) RC Lechia Gdańsk
Most titles AZS-AWF Warsaw

Rugby Ekstraliga (Polish: Ekstraliga Polska w rugby union) is the premier league for rugby union in Poland.

The competition was founded in 1957 and currently consists of eight teams. For victory, a team gets four points, two points for a tie and zero for a loss. The first, historical rugby champion of Poland was the team of AZS-AWF Warsaw, which altogether holds the record of 15 championship titles. RC Lechia Gdańsk are the current national champions (2014). The team that finishes last is relegated to I liga Rugby.

Champions[edit]

Season Champions Runners Third
1957 AZS-AWF Warsaw Czarni Bytom Górnik Kochłowice
1958 AZS-AWF Warsaw AZS Gdańsk Czarni Bytom
1959 Czarni Bytom AZS-AWF Warsaw Włókniarz Łódź
1960 Lechia Gdańsk Czarni Bytom AZS-AWF Warsaw
1961 Lechia Gdańsk AZS-AWF Warsaw Czarni Bytom
1962 AZS-AWF Warsaw Posnania Lechia Gdańsk
1963 AZS-AWF Warsaw Lechia Gdańsk Posnania
1964 Skra Warsaw AZS-AWF Warsaw Czarni Bytom
1965 Skra Warsaw AZS-AWF Warsaw Czarni Bytom
1966 Skra Warsaw Orzeł Warsaw Czarni Bytom
1967 Skra Warsaw Orzeł Warsaw Lechia Gdańsk
1968 Skra Warsaw Orzeł Warsaw Lechia Gdańsk
1969 Skra Warsaw Spójnia Gdańsk Lechia Gdańsk
1970 Lechia Gdańsk Orzeł Warsaw Skra Warsaw
1971 Polonia Poznań Lechia Gdańsk AZS-AWF Warsaw
1972 AZS-AWF Warsaw Lechia Gdańsk Skra Warsaw
1973 AZS-AWF Warsaw Lechia Gdańsk Polonia Poznań
1974 Polonia Poznań AZS-AWF Warsaw Lechia Gdańsk
1975 Polonia Poznań AZS-AWF Warsaw Skra Warsaw
1976 Polonia Poznań Skra Warsaw AZS-AWF Warsaw
1977 AZS-AWF Warsaw Polonia Poznań Lechia Gdańsk
1978 Polonia Poznań Skra Warsaw AZS-AWF Warsaw
1979 AZS-AWF Warsaw Budowlani Łódź Skra Warsaw
1980 AZS-AWF Warsaw Polonia Poznań Skra Warsaw
1981 AZS-AWF Warsaw Skra Warsaw Lechia Gdańsk
1982 AZS-AWF Warsaw Lechia Gdańsk Budowlani Łódź
1983 Budowlani Łódź AZS-AWF Warsaw Posnania
1984 AZS-AWF Warsaw Budowlani Łódź Orkan Sochaczew
1985 AZS-AWF Warsaw Lechia Gdańsk Budowlani Łódź
1986 AZS-AWF Warsaw Lechia Gdańsk Ogniwo Sopot
1987 Ogniwo Sopot AZS-AWF Warsaw Lechia Gdańsk
1988 AZS-AWF Warsaw Ogniwo Sopot Lechia Gdańsk
1989 Ogniwo Sopot Śląsk Ruda Śląska Budowlani Łódź
1990 Ogniwo Sopot Budowlani Lublin Budowlani Łódź
1991 Ogniwo Sopot Lechia Gdańsk Budowlani Lublin
1992 Ogniwo Sopot Budowlani Lublin Budowlani Łódź
1993 Ogniwo Sopot Lechia Gdańsk Budowlani Lublin
1994 Lechia Gdańsk Ogniwo Sopot AZS-AWF Warsaw
1995 Lechia Gdańsk Ogniwo Sopot AZS-AWF Warsaw
1996 Lechia Gdańsk Ogniwo Sopot AZS-AWF Warsaw
1997 Ogniwo Sopot Lechia Gdańsk AZS-AWF Warsaw
1998 Lechia Gdańsk Ogniwo Sopot AZS-AWF Warsaw
1999 Ogniwo Sopot Arka Gdynia Lechia Gdańsk
2000 Lechia Gdańsk Arka Gdynia Dębica-Lincer Pruszcz Gdański
2001 Lechia Gdańsk Ogniwo Sopot Arka Gdynia
2002 Lechia Gdańsk Arka Gdynia Ogniwo Sopot
2003 Ogniwo Sopot Budowlani Łódź Budowlani Lublin
2004 Arka Gdynia Budowlani Łódź Lechia Gdańsk
2005 Arka Gdynia Budowlani Łódź Posnania
2006 Budowlani Łódź AZS-AWF Warsaw Posnania
2007 Budowlani Łódź Arka Gdynia AZS-AWF Warsaw
2008 AZS-AWF Warsaw Budowlani Łódź Arka Gdynia/Lechia Gdańsk
2009 Budowlani Łódź Arka Gdynia Juvenia Kraków/Lechia Gdańsk
2010 Budowlani Łódź Lechia Gdańsk Arka Gdynia/Orkan Sochaczew
2011 Arka Gdynia Budowlani Łódź Lechia Gdańsk
2012 Lechia Gdańsk Budowlani Łódź Arka Gdynia
2013 Lechia Gdańsk Arka Gdynia Budowlani Łódź
2014 Lechia Gdańsk Pogoń Siedlce Arka Gdynia

Extraliga Teams[edit]

Team Stadium City
Arka Gdynia National Rugby Stadium (2 425) Gdynia
Budowlani Lublin Stadion przy ul. Krasińskiego 11 Lublin
Budowlani Łódź Górniczej 5 Łódź
Lechia Gdańsk Traugutta 29 (11811) major matches
Grunwaldzkiej 244
Gdańsk
Ogniwo Sopot Jana z Kolna 18 Sopot
Orkan Sochaczew Warszawskiej 80 (3 000) Sochaczew
Posnania Słowiańskiej 78 (4 000) Poznań
Pogoń Siedlce Wojskowej (5 000) Siedlce

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