Chrobry Głogów

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Chrobry Głogów
Chrobry Głogów logo.png
Full name Międzyzakładowy Klub Sportowy Chrobry Głogów
Nickname(s) Pomarańczowo-Czarni
Founded 1946
Ground GOS Stadium,
Głogów, Poland
Ground Capacity 2,817
Chairman Emilia Szajowska
Manager Grzegorz Niciński
League I liga
2016–17 12th

Chrobry Głogów is a Polish football club based in Głogów, Poland. It was founded in 1946. The team's official colors are orange and black. Chrobry currently compete in the First League, the second tier of Polish league football. The club's name commemorates Polish King Bolesław I the Brave (Polish: Bolesław I Chrobry), who ruled Poland from 992 to 1025.

Current squad[edit]

As of 2 November 2017.[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 Poland MF Łukasz Szczepaniak
3 Poland DF Michał Michalec
7 Poland MF Maciej Kona
8 Poland MF Karol Danielak
9 Poland MF Bartosz Machaj
10 Poland MF Marcel Gąsior
Poland DF Szymon Walenski (on loan from Arka Gdynia)
12 Poland GK Sławomir Janicki
14 Poland MF Michał Borecki
16 Poland MF Robert Mandrysz
17 Poland MF Damian Sędziak
18 Poland DF Michał Ilków-Gołąb
No. Position Player
19 Poland FW Przemysław Trytko
21 Poland MF Michał Pawlik
23 Poland DF Tomasz Serweta
25 Poland MF Jakub Bach (on loan from Arka Gdynia)
26 Poland FW Konrad Kaczmarek
27 Bulgaria GK Anatoli Gospodinov
30 Poland DF Ariel Wawszczyk
32 Poland DF Przemysław Stolc (on loan from Arka Gdynia)
42 Poland DF Seweryn Michalski
77 Ukraine MF Serhiy Napolov
89 Poland MF Mateusz Machaj
99 Poland FW Damian Kowalczyk

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pierwsza drużyna" (in Polish). Chrobry Głogów. Retrieved 15 April 2017. 

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