Kujawiak Włocławek

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Kujawiak Włocławek
Full name Klub Sportowy Kujawiak Włocławek
Nickname(s) Żółto-Niebiescy (Yellow-Blues), Duma Kujaw (Pride of Cuiavia)
Founded 1911
Ground OSiR Stadium,ulica,/(street): lesna 53A,87-810,Wloclawek,Poland
Ground Capacity 7160
Chairman Poland Jan Jastrzębski
Manager Poland Ryszard Remień
League Polish Third League

Kujawiak Włocławek is a Polish football and athletics club based in Włocławek, Poland.

Its claim to fame is that the famous Polish singer Maryla Rodowicz and international javelin thrower Zygmunt Jałoszyński used to actively train at the club. Marcin Klatt and Rezső Patkoló has played for the football team.

They share a rivalry with neighbours Włocłavia Włocławek.


The club was founded in 1911 making it one of the oldest clubs in Poland. The club had a very successful period in the clubs history in the 2000s, especially in the 2005-2006 season when after a period in the second flight of the football pyramid and a marvellous Cup run where they reached the quarter-final, beating two top-flight teams Cracovia and Pogoń Szczecin, before being eventually knocked out by another top-flight team Wisła Płock. This golden era came to end in autumn 2005 when Zawisza Bydgoszcz SA was created when Kujawiak were moved to Bydgoszcz and renamed by their owners Hydrobudowa. The original Zawisza Bydgoszcz continued playing in the fourth division,[1] however the new club had a very similar logo and an identical name. As a result Kujawiak, Zawisza and supporters all over the country boycotted the relocated team.[2] The new Kujawiak/Zawisza club folded in 2007[3] as a result of serious corruption allegations[4] and widespread condemnation.[5] The reserve team continued to play under the name Kujawiak Włocławek in the Fourth Polish league.

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  1. ^ [1] Archived August 26, 2014, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ "ZawiszaFans". Zawiszafans.net. Retrieved 15 November 2014. 
  3. ^ "Zawisza (2) oficjalnie wycofany z II ligi". 90minut.pl. Retrieved 15 November 2014. 
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