• Clubs protest over league reform

    A meeting will be held in Poland after the 2002 FIFA World Cup to resolve the dispute about the future format of the Ekstraklasa.

  • Fresh changes for Polish league

    The Polish first division is to be overhauled again after next season, with the number of teams reduced from 16 to 12.

  • Katowice name new coach

    Polish first division club GKS Katowice have appointed Jan Zurek as coach following Janusz Bialek's defection to KP Polonia Warszawa.

  • Female referee is Polish first

    History was made in the Polish second division match between Orlen Plock and KS Myszkow when Emilia Wnuk became the first woman to referee a match at that level in Poland.

  • Legia on brink of title success

    Legia Warszawa are just one point away from the Polish title after a 1-1 draw against rivals TS Wisla Kraków.

  • Sypniewski missing in Kraków

    TS Wisla Kraków have revealed that Poland international Igor Sypniewski has not been seen training at the Ekstraklasa club for over two weeks.

  • Polish coaches resign

    KSZO Ostrowiec and KS Ruch Chorzów have both parted company with their coaches after disappointing results.

  • Wisla reach Polish Cup final

    TS Wisla Kraków will face KS Amica Wronki in the Polish Cup final after a commanding semi-final second-leg performance provided them with a 5-1 aggregate success against Orlen Plock.

  • Legia maintain title push

    Legia Warszawa took another step toward the Ekstraklasa title as they beat Odra Wodzislaw on Wednesday.

  • Kasperczak in at Wisla

    international coach Henryk Kasperczak has taken charge of the Polish champions TS Wisla Kraków.Smuda sackedThe former Mali coach, who led the host nation at this year's African Cup of Nations, replaces Francisek Smuda who was sacked on Saturday following the