Mławianka Mława

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Mławianka Mława
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Full name Miejski Klub Sportowy
Mławianka Mława
Founded 1923
Ground Stadion MOSiR
Mława, Poland
Ground Capacity 5,000
Chairman Poland Robert Ławniczak
Manager Poland Mirosław Strzelec

MKS Mławianka Mława is a Polish football club based in Mława, Poland. The club currently competes in the 4th division. Between 15 May 1997 and 29 October 2010 the club was called MKS Mława temporarily dropping Mławianka from their name.

The crest used under the MKS Mława name

Fans[edit]

The club has a small amount of active supporters. The newest is called Mławska Wiara who also support powerhouse Legia Warszawa and have good relations with fans of KS Łomianki. The older group Młoda horda, support powerhouse Lechia Gdańsk,[1] and have good relations with fans of Mazur Pisz. The two groups have a bitter rivalry with each other.[2]

All fans have major rivalries with Wkra Żuromin and MKS Ciechanów [3]

Major achievements[edit]

  • 1st place in 3rd league in season 2003/2004;
  • promotion to 2nd league in season 2004/2005.

Notable players[edit]

Players who have played in a top national division

See also[edit]

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