Polonia Cernăuți

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Polonia Cernăuți
Full namePKF Polonia Cernăuţi
Founded1910
Dissolved1940
GroundBoisko Polskie
Capacity5,000

PKF Polonia Cernăuţi was a Polish football club based in the city of Cernăuţi, Bukovina, Kingdom of Romania (now in Ukraine).

History[edit]

The club became the regional champion of Bukovina in 1926. Polonia Cernăuţi played three seasons in the Romanian Top division as follows:

In 1940, when the Soviets invaded Bukovina, the club was closed.[1]

Every ethnicity had their own team in Chernivtsi: Romanians (Dragoş Vodă Cernăuţi), Germans (Jahn Cernăuți), Jews (Maccabi Cernăuți and Hakoah Cernăuți), Poles (Polonia Cernăuți), and Ukrainians (Dovbuș Cernăuți).[2]

Honours[edit]

  • Bukovina Champions (1): 1926

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