Warta Poznań

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Warta Poznań
Warta Poznan.png
Full name Klub Sportowy Warta Poznań
Nickname(s) Zieloni (The Greens)
Founded 15 June 1912; 104 years ago (1912-06-15)
[1]
Ground Stadion przy Drodze Dębińskiej,
Poznań, Poland
Ground Capacity 2,500
Chairman Poland Marek Łbik (sports club)[2]
Poland Izabella Łukomska-Pyżalska (football section)[3]
Manager Poland Tomasz Bekas
League II Liga
2015/2016 1st in III Liga (Group II) (win play-offs for promotion)
Website Club home page
Warta Poznań in 2011
Chairman: Izabella Łukomska-Pyżalska (football section)
Grzegorz Rasiak one of the most famous players Warta Poznan
Alain Ngamayama the current captain and club hero who has been with the club since its youth team

Warta Poznań (Polish pronunciation: [ˈvarta ˈpɔznaɲ]) is a multi-sports club based in Poznań, Poland.

Founded in 1912, the association football section are two-time winners of the Polish Football Championship, in 1929 and 1947, but currently reside in the Polish Second League. The name means the Guard in Polish and also a name of river Warta on which Poznań is located. The club also played in second level between 1951–1952 (2 seasons), 1956–1960 (5 seasons), 1970–1971, 1973–1975, 1977–1979, 1991–1993, 1995–1996, 1997–1998 and since 2007. They played in the top level last between 1993–1995.

The club has also one of the most successful field hockey and tennis teams in the country.

Honours[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 4 September 2016 [4][5]

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

No. Position Player
Poland GK Mateusz Filipowiak
Poland GK Jan Wojnowski
Poland GK Wojciech Dojcz
Poland DF Bartosz Kieliba
Poland DF Alain Ngamayama
Poland DF Artur Marciniak
Poland DF Nikodem Fiedosewicz
Poland DF Oskar Kozłowski
Poland DF Wojciech Onsorge
Poland DF Jakub Kiełb
Poland DF Tomasz Dejewski
Poland DF Franciszek Siwek
No. Position Player
Poland MF Krzysztof Biegański
Poland MF Łukasz Białożyt
Poland MF Gracjan Goździk
Poland MF Miłosz Brylewski
Poland MF Michał Ciarkowski
Poland MF Adrian Laskowski
Poland MF Filip Brzostowski
Poland MF Dominik Chromiński
Poland MF Adrian Szynka
Poland MF Michał Cywiński
Poland FW Jan Paczyński
Poland FW Łukasz Spławski


See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://kswarta.pl/index.php?sid=6&pid=25
  2. ^ "Władze". Oficjalny serwis KS Warta Poznań. Retrieved 29 June 2012. 
  3. ^ "Władze klubu". Warta Poznań SA. Retrieved 29 June 2012. 
  4. ^ Current squad at wartapoznansa.pl
  5. ^ Current squad at 90minut.pl

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