• Six players leave Legia

    Polish champions Legia Warszawa have lost six players as they prepare for their UEFA Champions League campaign.

  • 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.