|Date of birth||28 July 1960|
|Place of birth||Charleroi, Belgium|
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Seraing United (Manager)|
|1977–1981||R. Charleroi S.C.||55||(17)|
|1981–1982||Royal Antwerp FC||34||(15)|
|1985–1989||Standard de Liège||116||(46)|
|1989–1993||Royal Antwerp FC||109||(45)|
|1997–1999||Royal Tilleur FC||37||(15)|
|1999–2001||Standard Liège (youth)|
|2001–2002||KV Mechelen (youth)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Czerniatynski played successively for Charleroi, Antwerp, Anderlecht, Standard, Antwerp again, KV Mechelen, Germinal Ekeren and Tilleur-Liège. He was part of the team when Antwerp played its last European final against Parma in 1993, as well as in that of Anderlecht for its last two European finals in 1983 and 1984 (scoring in the latter).
Czerniatynski played 31 games, scoring 7 goals, for Belgium. He was also in the Belgian team for the 1982, scoring one goal, and 1994 World Cups as well as for the Euro 1984 but he did not play a game in that tournament.
On 27 April 2009 K.S.K. Beveren officials sacked Czerniatynski as coach. A replacement has not been announced yet. On 6 June 2010, it was announced that Czerniatynski would become the new head coach of Olympic Charleroi.
- R.S.C. Anderlecht
- Royal Antwerp FC
- Belgian Cup: 1991–92
- Germinal Ekeren
- Belgian Cup: 1996–97
- Beveren schuift Czerniatynski 2e keer opzij on www.sporza.be
- Alexandre Czerniatynski at WorldFootball.net
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