Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza

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Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza
LKS Nieciecza logo.png
Full nameBruk-Bet Termalica
Nieciecza Klub Sportowy
Nickname(s)Słoniki (The Elephants)
Founded1922; 97 years ago (1922)
GroundStadion Bruk-Bet
Nieciecza, Żabno
Capacity4,595
ChairmanDanuta Witkowska
ManagerMarcin Kaczmarek
LeagueI Liga
2018–198th
WebsiteClub website

Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza is a professional Polish football club based in Nieciecza, Poland.

The club was founded in 1922. The team's official colours are orange and blue. In May 2015, after securing the second place in the I Liga, the club reached the Ekstraklasa for the first time in its history.

With a population of only 750, Termalica Bruk-Bet Nieciecza is the football club from the smallest village in history to qualify to the top level of a European football league (the former record was held by Mjällby AIF).

Club names[edit]

  • From 1946 – LZS Nieciecza
  • From 2004 – LKS Nieciecza
  • From the spring round of the 2004–05 season – LKS Bruk-Bet Nieciecza
  • From the 2009–10 season – Bruk-Bet Nieciecza
  • From 17 June 2010 – Termalica Bruk-Bet Nieciecza KS
  • From the 2016–17 season – Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza KS

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 24 August, 2019.[1]

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 Lukasz Budzilek
4 Poland MF Piotr Wlazlo
5 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Vlastimir Jovanović
6 Poland MF Dawid Kalisz
7 Slovakia MF Roman Gergel
8 Poland MF Pawel Lezon
10 Romania MF Florin Purece
11 Slovakia MF Patrik Misak
13 Poland DF Mateusz Grzybek
14 Poland MF Tomasz Matuszewski
16 Slovakia MF Martin Mikovič
19 Czech Republic DF Michal Bezpalec
20 Poland MF Jacek Kielb
No. Position Player
21 Latvia FW Vladislavs Gutkovskis
22 Poland GK Karol Dybowski
23 Poland DF Marcin Wasielewski
24 Poland MF Ernest Terpilowski
27 Poland MF Wojciech Kaminski
32 Spain DF Jonathan de Amo
33 Poland DF Michal Orzechowski
37 Poland DF Krzysztof Iwanicki
77 Ukraine DF Artem Putivtsev
91 Poland DF Pawel Oleksy (Captain)
96 Poland DF Przemysław Szarek
98 Poland GK Michal Lezon
99 Iceland FW Árni Vilhjálmsson

On loan[edit]

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

No. Position Player

Notable players[edit]

Had international caps for their respective countries.

League results[edit]

Season League Position Points Goals Notes
1998/1999 Klasa A (group: Tarnów III) 7 24 25:29
1999/2000 Klasa A (group: Tarnów III) 5 40 36:32
2000/2001 Klasa A (group: Tarnów III) 3 50 62:34
2001/2002 Klasa A (group: Żabno) 3 51 52:29
2002/2003 Klasa A (group: Tarnów III) 2 58 82:30
2003/2004 Klasa A (group: Tarnów III) 1 Simple gold crown.svg 73 101:21 promotion promotion
2004/2005 Region league (group: Tarnów) 2 73 74:20
2005/2006 Region league (group: Tarnów) 2 80 118:17
2006/2007 V liga (group: Nowy Sącz-Tarnów) 1 Simple gold crown.svg 78 79:14 promotion promotion
2007/2008 IV liga (group: małopolska) 3 73 69:30 promotion promotion
2008/2009 III liga (group: małopolsko-świętokrzyska) 2 64 57:20 promotion promotion
2009/2010 II liga (east) 1 Simple gold crown.svg 72 56:21 promotion promotion
2010/2011 I liga 14 37 40:53
2011/2012 I liga 5 56 42:26
2012/2013 I liga 3 64 54:28
2013/2014 I liga 5 53 42:33
2014/2015 I liga 2 69 56:23 promotion promotion
2015/2016 Ekstraklasa 13 26 39:50
2016/2017 Ekstraklasa 8 25 35:55
2017/2018 Ekstraklasa 15 36 39:66 relegation relegation
Legend
Color indication
I league tier
II league tier
III league tier
IV league tier
V league tier
VI league tier

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pierwsza drużyna" (in Polish). Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza. Retrieved 2 August 2015.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 50°09′N 20°51′E / 50.15°N 20.85°E / 50.15; 20.85