Znicz Pruszków

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Full nameMiejski Klub Sportowy
Znicz Pruszków
GroundStadion Znicza Pruszków
Pruszków, Poland
ChairmanJacek Ochman
ManagerAndrzej Prawda
LeagueII liga
2017–18II liga, 13th
[[II liga|Current season]]

Miejski Klub Sportowy Znicz (Polish pronunciation: [ˈzɲit͡ʂ ˈpruʂkuf]) is a football club based in Pruszków, Poland.

Famous players[edit]

The best known player from Znicz Pruszków is Robert Lewandowski, who played for Znicz from 2006 to 2008, being top scorer of the league in both his seasons in the club and helping the team achieve promotion to the I Liga in the 2007.

Pruszków-born local Radosław Majewski also started his professional career at the club, going on to play in the Ekstraklasa and Nottingham Forest among others with some success.


The club has currently a very sporadic active fan movement and attendances are historically low, especially as for most of its history the club has languished in the lower leagues, furthermore the locals either follow the much larger Legia Warsaw, or concentrate on the much more successful basketball section of the club.[2]

Current squad[edit]

As of 19 December 2018.[3] 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 Jakub Pawełczyk
12 Poland GK Piotr Misztal
23 Poland GK Dominik Kalinowski
3 Poland DF Mateusz Domżalski
4 Poland DF Marcin Bochenek
5 Poland DF Adrian Rybak
6 Poland DF Piotr Klepczarek
8 Poland DF Mateusz Długołęcki
16 Poland DF Konrad Budek
19 Poland DF Marcin Rackiewicz
22 Poland DF Jakub Kabala
2 Poland MF Jakub Zagórski
7 Poland MF Arkadiusz Pyrka
No. Position Player
10 Poland MF Maciej Machalski
11 Poland MF Maciej Smoliński
13 Poland MF Patryk Kubicki
14 Poland MF Adrian Małachowski
15 Poland MF Przemysław Kocot
17 Poland MF Bartłomiej Faliszewski
20 Poland MF Mikołaj Szymański
21 Poland MF Paweł Tarnowski
9 Poland FW Dariusz Zjawiński
18 Poland FW Karol Podliński


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