Sports in Białystok

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Białystok has a number of sports teams, both professional and amateur, and a number of venues across the city. Jagiellonia Białystok is a Polish football club, based in Białystok, in the Ekstraklasa League that plays at the Białystok City Stadium.[1] Jagiellonia Białystok won the Polish Cup in 2010, Super Cup and qualified to play in the third round qualification of the UEFA Europa League.[2] A new 22,500 seat stadium is expected to be completed by the end of 2012.[3]

Hetman Białystok (formerly known as Gwardia Bialystok) is a Polish football club based in Podlaskie Voivodeship.[4] They play in the Division IV or the (4th) League at the Białystok City Stadium.[5]

Lowlanders Białystok is a football club, based in Białystok, that plays in the Polish American Football League (Polish: Polska Liga Futbolu Amerykańskiego) PLFA I Conference.[6] The Lowlanders were the champions of the PLFA II Conference in 2010 with a perfect season (8 wins in eight meetings). Because of the win they were advanced to the upper conference (PLFA I) in 2011.[6]

Club Sport Founded League Venue Head Coach
Jagiellonia Białystok[1] Football 1920 Ekstraklasa Białystok City Stadium Michał Probierz
KS Włókniarz Białystok[7] Football 1947 Fourth League Włókniarz Białystok Stadium Artur Dakowicz
Hetman Białystok[8] Football 1948 Fourth League Białystok City Stadium Andrzej Pietrzyk
KKS Piast Białystok[9][10] Football 1997 Fourth League ? Jacek Bayer
AZS Białystok[11] Volleyball 1998 Polish Women's-Volleyball League Sports hall SP No 50 Wiesław Czaja
PKK Żubry Białystok[12] Basketball 2003 Third League Public Gymnasium No 18 Marek Kubiak
Lowlanders Białystok[13] American Football 2006 PLFA Białystok City Stadium Łukasz Lewandowski, Tomasz Żukowski
UKS Wygoda Białystok[14] Cycling ? Polish Cycling Federation ? Wiesław Grabek
Jagiellonia Judo Club Bialystok[15] Judo ? Polski Związek Judo Elementary school No 44 Marcin Orłowski, Jarosław Kazberuk, Cezary Kazberuk
HUMAN Białystok[16] Kick-Boxing ? Polski Związek Kickboxingu ? ?

Sport Clubs and Organizations[edit]

Sports and Entertainment Arena (Białystok Technical University)
Ponds Dojlidzkie
  • AZS PB
  • AZS WSAP
  • Aeroklub Białostocki
  • Automobilklub Podlaski
  • Zakładowy Klub Sportowy "Instal"
  • Miejski Ośrodek Sportu i Rekreacji
  • Podlaski Klub Taekwondo "So-san"
  • Białostocki Ośrodek Japońskich Sztuk Walki "SHOBUKAI"
  • Białostocka Drużyna Hokeja na lodzie "ADH Białystok"
  • Podlaskie Stowarzyszenie Sportu Osób Niepełnosprawnych "Start" Białystok
  • Rowerowy Białystok, cycling association, PTR Dojlidy– MTB Sport Team [2].
  • Makabi Bialystok was a between--the--world--wars Jewish multi--sport club (soccer, basketball and track and field were just a few of types of sport practiced at the club)

Sports Facilities[edit]

Stadiums and sports halls
  • Białystok City Stadium
  • Athletic stadium MOSiR
  • Stadium KS Włókniarz
  • Stadium KKS Ognisko
  • Sports and Entertainment Arena at Bialystok Technical University
  • Sports Arena at Medical University
Pools
  • MOSiR (Mazowiecka street, Włókiennicza street, Stroma street) (Covered)
  • Interschool Sports Centre (Covered)
  • BKS Hetman (open)
  • Hotel Gołębiewski (swimming trophy "tropicana")
Tennis Courts
  • Tennis Courts "Richi"
  • Tennis Courts at Bialystok Technical University
  • Tennis Courts Tennis Association "Stanley"
  • Tennis Courts MOSiR
another
  • Sports Club (Ośrodek Sportów Wodnych "Dojlidy")
  • Children's Center FIKOLAND & RE-kreacja
  • Sport and Recreation Centre "Maniac Gym"
  • Skatepark
  • Rink (during the summer rolls) MOSiR
  • Shooting Range LOK

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b (Polish) "Jagiellonia Białystok". Retrieved 5 January 2011. 
  2. ^ Results of UEFA Europa League match
  3. ^ http://www.jagiellonia.pl/aktualnosci.php?a=7570
  4. ^ Hetman Białystok web page (Polish)
  5. ^ Polish Soccer Podlasie Regional Association (Polish)
  6. ^ a b [1] Białystok Lowlanders (Polish)
  7. ^ (Polish) "KS Włókniarz Białystok". Retrieved 12 January 2011. 
  8. ^ (Polish) "Hetman Białystok". Retrieved 5 January 2010. 
  9. ^ (Polish) "Past Białystok". Retrieved 12 January 2011. 
  10. ^ (Polish) "Past Białystok 2". Retrieved 12 January 2011. 
  11. ^ (Polish) "AZS Białystok". Retrieved 5 January 2011. 
  12. ^ (Polish) "PKK Żubry Białystok". Retrieved 12 January 2011. 
  13. ^ (Polish) "Lowlanders Białystok". Retrieved 5 January 2011. 
  14. ^ (Polish) "UKS "WYGODA" Białystok". Retrieved 5 January 2011. 
  15. ^ (Polish) "Jagiellonia Judo Club Bialystok". Retrieved 12 January 2011. 
  16. ^ (Polish) "HUMAN Białystok". Retrieved 12 January 2011. 

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