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Poland Soccer League (Ekstraklasa) Discussions

JollyRomek 6 | 457
6 Jun 2015 #1
Widzew Lodz said their farewell to 1st Liga football with a 1:1 at Olimpia GrudziÄ…dz today. Although technically relegated to Liga 2, Widzew may not get a license and will drop to Liga 3 where they would join LKS Lodz and Polonia Warsaw.

What is going in Polish football? New Stadia in Gdansk and Krakow stay almost empty, traditional clubs drop like flies.......


Also GKS Belchatow (not a traditional club) got relegated from the Ekstraklasa. Not a good outlook for football in the Lodz region for next season.
Looker - | 1130
7 Jun 2015 #2
I'm sorry for the Lodz and Belchatow - but another towns are happy now - Lubin and especially people from the village of Nieciecza - only 750 residents there and now their team in Ekstraklasa! It is very interesting.
OP JollyRomek 6 | 457
19 Jun 2015 #3
village of Nieciecza - only 750 residents there and now their team in Ekstraklasa! It is very interesting.

Well, yes and no. Termalica Bruk-Bet Nieciecza actually plays in Zabno, a small town with about 20000 residents. It is interesting to see small clubs making their way up the ranks but in case of Polish football, it is a complete disaster. Giving the fact that only games such as Legia vs. Lech or similar fill the stadia, imagine what the PGE Arena in Gdansk will look like when Lechia plays against Nieciecza? It will be almost empty and there won't be too many people following it on TV either.

Sorry about the late reply. The thread went off the first page of threads so quickly, I did not realize that someone replied :-)
sasa ilic
11 Nov 2015 #4
Merged: inea stadium

How much money is ticket for lech poznan game?
6 Apr 2016 #5
Merged: Watching football in Poland

I love football, and I follow both Slask and Lechia. So I would like to go to that fixture next season (If both are in the Ekstraklasa). I have seen somewhere that you need to have a kind of football ID before you can watch a game. Is this correct? If so, how much is one, how long it it take to sort out, and where would I get one sorted?

Thank you
Crow 162 | 9463
16 Feb 2017 #6

Legia Warszawa - legend live

I dedicate this thread to the best football fans in the world - one, the best and venerable Legia Warszawa




My best regards and admiration to the finest

Legia Warszawa!
Crow 162 | 9463
16 Feb 2017 #7
I just learned that Legia`s boys tried to burn few western Europeans today. Ah, restless younglings
NoToForeigners 6 | 973
16 Feb 2017 #8
Those were Hollanders so most likely gays and junkies. No loss.
Crow 162 | 9463
17 Feb 2017 #9
Hollander moral heretics provoked Polish brothers and deserved their rightful wrath. Legia boys could squeeze them like a fleas beneath their nails. But, they were gentle. They just exposed them to the purification by fire.
9 May 2017 #10

Legia Soccer games and a hooligan reputations - is it safe for families there?

Hi, I know Legia has a hooligan reputation in the soccer leagues, but I was wondering just how safe it would be to go see a match along with my wife? We both love sports and would love to be able to see a match, so long as our safety isnt compromised in doing so. I have googled a bit but do not see too much information out there. Thanks
9 May 2017 #11
Nevermind, they are not in town 5-23 through 6-3, sad.
jon357 73 | 23043
9 May 2017 #12
Fans attending matches at Warszawa Polonia are generally better behaved. Not sure of the fixtures though.
9 May 2017 #13
Does anyone know of any soccer matches in Warsaw Stadium 5-25 through 6-2

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