|Full name||Miejski Klub Sportowy Dolcan Ząbki|
|Ground||Stadion Dolcanu Ząbki,
|League||IV liga (Poland)|
|2015–16 I Liga||18th (dissolved)|
|Website||Club home page|
Dolcan Ząbki (Polish pronunciation: [ˈdɔlkan ˈzɔmpkʲi]) is a Polish professional football club, based in Ząbki, Masovian Voivodeship. It currently competes in the Polish IV Liga, after declaring bankruptcy during the 2015/16 season.
Dolcan Ząbki played in the II Liga from 1995 to 1997 and in the 1999/2000 season.
- Full name: Miejski Klub Sportowy "Dolcan" Ząbki (Town Sports Club "Dolcan" Ząbki)
- Historical names: (1927) Ząbkovia Ząbki → Związkowiec Ząbki → Budowlani Ząbki → Beton-Stal Ząbki → Ząbkovia Ząbki → (6 March 1994) Dolcan Ząbki
- Established: 1927
- Colors: red, white, and blue
- Address: ul. Słowackiego 21, 05-091 Ząbki
- Capacity of the stadium: 2100 seats 
- President: Sławowir Doliński
As of 4 April 2015 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- 1994/1995 - acquiring the Polish Cup at the district level, at the central level Dolcan was defeated by GKS Bełchatów.
- 1995/1996 - promoted to II Liga.
- 1996/1997 - 17th place in II Liga, relegated to III Liga.
- 1998/1999 - runners-up in the Junior Macroregional League.
- 1998/1999 - competed in the final game of Polish Cup at the district level, in which Dolcan lost to Okęcie Warszawa.
- 1999/2000 - promotion to II Liga.
- 2000/2001 - 20th place in II Liga, relegated to III Liga again.
- 2001/2002 - relegation from III Liga.
- 2002/2003 to 2004/2005 - three seasons in IV Liga.
- 2005/2006 - relegation from III Liga.
- 2006/2007 - promotion to III Liga one season after relegation.
- 2007/2008 - promotion to the newly created I Liga (previously II Liga); victory in the younger juniors' championships of Mazovia.
- 2008/2009 - 8th place in the new I Liga, the team's best achievement to date.
- 2009/2010 - competed in the 1/8th of the Polish Cup at the central level after defeating Śląsk Wrocław (Dolcan lost the 1/8th match against Korona Kielce).
Had international caps for Poland. Only Rafał Leszczyński represented Poland while being a Dolcan player.
- Artur Boruc (2000)
- Kazimierz Buda (1997–2000)
- Tomasz Cebula (2000–2001)
- Tomasz Ciesielski (2010–2013)
- Rafał Leszczyński (2010–)
- Szymon Popielarz (2008-2010)
- Artur Jędrzejczyk (2008–2009)
- Jan Karaś (1994–1997)
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