• Górnik look to former glories

    Górnik Zabrze are the only Polish team to have reached a European final, against Manchester City FC in the 1970 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, which they lost 2-1. They have also been national champions 14 times.

  • Wembley silenced by Pole stars

    This game did not only decide Poland's fate in the 1974 FIFA World Cup qualifying tournament; it also represented a defining moment in the country's football history and to this day remains their most memorable international match.

  • Youth the key

    Polish Football Federation president Michal Listkiewicz explains what UEFA's 50th anniversary means to his association.

  • Boruc lengthens Legia stay

    Poland goalkeeper Artur Boruc has signed a contract extension with Legia Warszawa that will keep him at the club until 2012.

  • Wisla place faith in Dawidowski

    Polish champions Wisla Kraków have continued to strengthen their squad ahead of their UEFA Champions League campaign by signing Tomasz Dawidowski from KS Amica Wronki.

  • Double boost for Wisla

    Polish title-holders Wisla Kraków have begun preparing for their UEFA Champions League campaign by extending goalkeeper Radoslaw Majdan's contract and signing international defender Marek Zienczuk.

  • Groclin rise to the occasion

    A 1-0 aggregate win against Hertha BSC Berlin in the UEFA Cup was a sensational result for Groclin Grodzisk Wielkopolski. England's Manchester City FC will now need to keep their wits about them after being drawn against the Polish side in the second round.

  • Wisla star suspended for spat

    Wisla Kraków's Nigerian international Kalu Uche has been handed a three-match ban and fined by the Polish Football Federation (PZPN) for spitting at an opponent.

  • Polonia missing Bak for Porto test

    Polish international Arkadiusz Bak will be out of action for six weeks due to appendicitis and therefore miss KP Polonia Warszawa's UEFA Cup first-round encounter with FC Porto.

  • Polish striker returns positive test

    UEFA has announced that Feyenoord's Polish striker Euzebiusz Smolarek has tested positive for tetrahydrocannabinol - an active substance normally found in cannabinoid products.