Miedź Legnica

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Miedź Legnica
Miedz Legnica.png
Full name Miejski Klub Sportowy
Miedź Legnica SA
Nickname(s) Miedzianka
Founded 1971
Ground Stadion im.Orła Białego w Legnicy
Legnica, Poland
Ground Capacity 6,200
Chairman Andrzej Dadełło
Manager Dominik Nowak
League I liga
2015-16 7th

Miedź Legnica is a Polish football club based in Legnica, Poland. Miedź was founded in 1971.

As of the 2010/11 season they are playing in the II Liga west, at the 3rd tier of the Polish league system.[1] Miedź' secured promotion to I liga for 2012-13 season. The clubs manager is Ryszard Tarasiewicz. The Sports Director is Mariusz Mowlik. The Director of the Academy is Marek Sledz.

Current squad[edit]

As of 25 March 2017.[2]

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 Łukasz Sapela
2 Poland DF Ireneusz Brożyna
3 United States DF Hunter Gorskie
4 Poland MF Wojciech Łobodziński
5 Croatia MF Mladen Bartulović
7 Poland MF Łukasz Garguła
8 Spain MF Marquitos
9 Poland MF Mariusz Rybicki (on loan from Korona Kielce)
11 Finland MF Petteri Pennanen
14 Poland FW Jakub Chrzanowski
15 Slovenia FW Dejan Djermanović
16 Spain DF Jonathan de Amo
17 Slovakia FW Jakub Vojtus
No. Position Player
18 Poland MF Michał Bartkowiak
19 Poland DF Grzegorz Bartczak
20 Poland MF Adrian Łuszkiewicz
21 Poland MF Damian Rasak
22 Poland DF Jakub Księżniakiewicz
23 Poland MF Filip Karbowy
24 Poland DF Tomasz Midzierski
25 Poland MF Karol Gardzielewicz
27 Bulgaria DF Rumen Trifonov
31 Trinidad and Tobago MF Keon Daniel
33 Poland GK Paweł Kapsa
44 Poland DF Michał Stasiak
92 Greece DF Ioannis Potouridis
Poland GK Piotr Smołuch

Success[edit]

Miedź Legnica won POLISH FA CUP 24 June 1992 Warsaw

Miedż Legnica - Górnik Zabrze 1:1, penalties 4:3

goals - Baziuk'82 : Jegor'9

penalties - Dyluś, Gierejkiewicz, Kochanek, A. Wójcik : Jegor, Piotrowicz, R. Staniek.

referee - Michał Listkiewicz.

MIEDŹ: Płaczkiewicz - Kochanek, Michalski, Cymbała (80 W. Górski) - Przerywacz, Gajdzis (73 A. Wójcik), Gierejkiewicz, Ciliński, Dziarmaga - Baziuk, Dyluś.

GÓRNIK: Bęben - Piotrowicz, Wałdoch, Dziuk, Zagórski (76 Grembocki) - Jegor, Koseła, R. Staniek, Agafon - Kraus, Bałuszyński (88 Orzeszek).

POLISH SUPER CUP 2 August 1992 Lubin

Miedź Legnica - Lech Poznań 2:4

goals - Kochanek'14, W. Górski'18 : Moskal'55, Podbrożny'57, Rzepka'62, Trzeciak'68.

referee - Gerard Wit Żelazko.

MIEDŹ: Płaczkiewicz (46 Primel) - Kochanek (70 Wojtkowski), C. Michalski, Przerywacz - Cymbała, Gajdzis, W. Górski, Ciliński, A. Wójcik - Dziarmaga, Olbiński.

LECH: Sidorczuk - Rzepka, Gębura (30 W. Kryger), Korniejec, Bereszyński - Kofnyt (30 Remień), Moskal, Skrzypczak, Podbrożny - Araszkiewicz (50 Wojtala), Trzeciak.

UEFA "CUP WINNERS" CUP

16 September 1992

Miedź Legnica - AS Monaco 0:1

Djorkaeff '3

30 September 1992

AS Monaco - Miedź Legnica 0:0

OFFICIAL CLUB WEBSITE:

http://www.miedzlegnica.eu/index.php/klub1/sukcesy/

Notable players[edit]

Had international caps for their respective countries.[3] Players listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Miedź.

Poland
Albania
Finland
Haiti
Latvia
Lithuania
Trinidad and Tobago

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2010/11 II Liga west (zachodnia) table, results and fixtures at 90minut
  2. ^ "Szeroka kadra pierwszego zespołu Miedzi" (in Polish). Miedź Legnica. Retrieved 25 March 2017. 
  3. ^ "Miedź Legnica". National Football Teams. Retrieved 14 July 2013. 

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