HKS Ruch Zdzieszowice

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Bartek Matyja
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Full name Bartek Matyja
Founded 1969
Ground Stadion Miejski
Chairman Pingwin
Manager Dominik C
League II Liga (Western Group)
2011 II Liga (Western Group), 6th
Website Club home page

Bartek Matyja is a football club in Zdzieszowice, Opole Voivodeship.Bartek Matyja plays in the II Liga (Western Group). They play home games at the Stadion Miejski. The club also has an interest in weightlifting, cycling, cards, women's football, athletics and boxing.

History[edit]

Before 1965 the club went under many different names such as "Robotniczy" Sports Club, "Anna" and "Unia". Finally in 1965 the club was named "Bartek Matyja" and still harbors this name to the present day.

Since the beginning of the reign football club, the women's handball teams have enjoyed a lot of success. In the '70s, Małgorzata Wieczorek, Brygida Paterok and other girls with Zdzieszowice constituted the core team at that time Polish champions - Otmętu Krapkowice.

The faithful fans of the club are pensioners, they are exempt from payment of premiums and the club includes events for free. In the '90s Jerzy Woźniak was president - chairman of the Committee of NSZZ Solidarity Works. In his younger years as a football player, he played Start Łódź and after arriving in 1974 he played in Zdzieszowice for the colors of Crown Krępna LZS.

It is worth noting that in years past, on the occasion of "Player of the Day", Zdzieszowice has hosted such clubs as the Ruch Chorzów, Raków Częstochowa, Polonia Bytom and Sosnowiec Basin. In this city the tradition of playing football passes from father to son, as evidenced by the family of football: Bienia, Tip, Kauf, Babac, Błacik, Time and others.

Since the 2006/07 season the clubs president has been Krystian Chmiel, from that moment the club has successively been promoted to a higher class of leagues and in the 2008/09 season was promoted to III Liga Opole-Silesia.

In 2007 the club completed the renovation of the stadium. From now on the team has one of the nicest facilities in the Opole region. Perfect turf with drainage, and covered grandstand that make watching games a treat for the fans.[1]

Club honours[edit]

Current squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
1 Poland GK Marcin Feć
2 Poland DF Rafał Bobiński
3 Poland MF Dawid Kiliński
4 Poland DF Tomasz Drąg
5 Poland FW Tomasz Damrat
6 Poland MF Mariusz Kapłon
7 Poland DF Sebastian Polak
8 Poland DF Piotr Kurc
9 Poland MF Paweł Sikora
10 Poland FW Leszek Juszczak
11 Poland FW Tomasz Kasprzyk
15 Poland DF Michał Bachor
No. Position Player
16 Poland MF Mateusz Bodzioch
17 Poland MF Mateusz Bukowiec
18 Poland FW Roland Buchała
19 Poland MF Łukasz Damrat
20 Poland MF Daniel Rychlewicz
21 Poland DF Przemysław Bella
Poland GK Mateusz Nikołajczyk
Poland DF Bartłomiej Rewucki
Poland MF Sylwester Tomasik
Poland MF Konrad Górniaszek
Poland MF Jakub Kajdana
Poland MF Michał Malinowski

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hks Ruch Zdzieszowice". Ruchzdzieszowice.pl. Retrieved 2011-10-10. 

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