Stomil Olsztyn (football)

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Stomil Olsztyn
Stomil Olsztyn logo.png
Club crest from 2012
Full name Olsztyński Klub Sportowy Stomil Olsztyn
Nickname(s) Duma Warmii
Founded 15 July 1945
Ground OSiR Stadium,
Olsztyn, Poland
Ground Capacity 16,800
Chairman Poland Robert Kiłdanowicz
Manager Poland Mirosław Jabłoński
League I Liga
2015-16 11th

OKS Stomil Olsztyn is a Polish football club based in Olsztyn, Poland. It was founded on 15 July 1945 as OKS Warmiak. The brightest era of this club was the 1990s when it played in the Polish First League. Between 2004 and 2012 the team was known as OKS 1945 Olsztyn.

Stomil's achievements[edit]

Before promotions to First League[edit]

In Ekstraklasa[edit]

Season Position Games Points Wins Draws Defeats Goals Comments
1994/95 14 34 30 7 16 11 35–40
1995/96 6 34 46 13 7 14 32–41
1996/97 9 34 44 12 8 14 45–46
1997/98 11 34 45 12 9 13 38–45
1998/99 9 30 37 10 7 13 29–38
1999/00 8 30 37 8 13 9 33–43
2000/01 14 30 34 10 4 16 22–41 playoffs → keep in 1st League
2001/02 8 14 10 2 4 7 10–24 group B (1st round)
8 14 18 2 7 5 11–21 degrade group (2nd round) → degradation from 1st League

After relegation from Ekstraklasa[edit]

Season League Position Games Points Wins Draws Defeats Goals ↑↓
2002/03 II Liga 18 34 22 4 10 20 26–68
2004/05 III Liga, group: 1 13 30 38 9 11 10 30–30
2005/06 IV Liga, group: Warmian-Masurian 3 34 72 21 9 4 72–23
2006/07 IV Liga, group: Warmian-Masurian 1 30 81 27 0 3 87–27
2007/08 III Liga, group: 1 5 30 57 15 12 3 51–22
2008/09 II Liga, west group 4 34 60 18 6 10 63–41
2009/10 II Liga, west group 13 34 39 10 9 15 36–45
2010/11 II Liga, west group 5 34 53 13 14 7 43–34
2011/12 II Liga, west group 2 34 55 17 4 9 43–32
2012/13 I Liga 13 34 38 8 14 12 37–45
2013/14 I Liga 15 34 41 10 11 13 38–42 * [1]
2014/15 I Liga

Successes[edit]

  • 6th in Polish First League (season 1995/96)
  • Quarter-final in Polish Cup (seasons 1998/99 and 2000/01)

Emblem[edit]

The emblem of the club depicts a cloven hoof. This is to commemorate the appearance of the Devil as a cloven-hoofed stranger on a number of occasions in Olsztyn in the 1950s.

Notable managers[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 23 January, 2017.

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

No. Position Player
2 Poland DF Wojciech Dziemidowicz
3 Germany DF Marcel Ziemann
4 Poland DF Jarosław Ratajczak
5 Poland MF Grzegorz Lech
6 Poland DF Piotr Klepczarek
7 Poland MF Paweł Głowacki (captain)
8 Poland MF Bartosz Bartkowski
9 Poland MF Łukasz Suchocki
10 Poland FW Krzysztof Szewczyk
11 Poland MF Karol Żwir
13 Poland GK Michał Leszczyński
14 Japan MF Tsubasa Nishi (on loan from Lechia Gdańsk)
No. Position Player
19 Poland FW Rafał Śledź
21 Poland MF Łukasz Jegliński
22 Poland FW Tomasz Zahorski
23 Poland MF Patryk Kun
28 Poland MF Wojciech Zegota
31 Poland DF Tomasz Wełnicki
77 Poland MF Aleksander Karbowiak
82 Poland GK Piotr Skiba
87 Poland DF Arkadiusz Czarnecki
88 Poland FW Rafał Kujawa
93 Poland DF Igor Biedrzycki
97 Poland MF Wiktor Biedrzycki

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kolejarz Stróże bez licencji na I ligę". 90minut.pl. Retrieved 13 June 2014. 

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