Stal Sanok

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Stal Sanok
Full nameKlub Sportowy Ekoball Stal Sanok
Founded5 September 1946; 77 years ago (1946-09-05) (as Klub Sportowy Wagon)
GroundMOSiR Stadium
Capacity2,000
ChairmanTomasz Mateja
ManagerPiotr Kot
LeagueIV liga Subcarpathia
2023–24IV liga Subcarpathia, 4th of 18
WebsiteClub website

Ekoball Stal Sanok is a Polish football club based in Sanok. They currently play in the IV liga Subcarpathia, the fifth tier of the national football league system.

They reached the quarter-finals of the 2008–09 Polish Cup, and notable cup exploits include giant-killing Legia Warsaw. The club spent majority of time at third and fourth levels of Polish football pyramid, only once winning the promotion to the second division. Stal Sanok is one of the most well-known and supported clubs in the region. Their main rivals are Karpaty Krosno. The best goalscorer in history of Stal Sanok and one of the most legendary players was Jerzy Pietrzkiewicz.

There used to be an ice-hockey section, but the section became an independent club STS Sanok.

The club rebranded in 2016 due to financial problems to Ekoball Stal Sanok. Current head coach is Piotr Kot while his assistant coach Damian Niemczyk is also one of the most important players of the first team. Robert Ząbkiewicz who used to be the head coach of the team before is now the team manager, and Adrian Terkała is the head of marketing.[citation needed]

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