The Polish Football Federation (PZPN) and the clubs that make up the country's top flight, or Ekstraklasa, have brought an end to 20 months of negotiations by agreeing a route forward for domestic football in Poland.
Having lost their opening two UEFA Cup Group F games against Rangers FC and Grazer AK, Polish competitors KS Amica Wronki are desperate for a win against AZ Alkmaar tonight to give them hope of reaching the knockout stage.
Legia Warszawa have parted company with head coach Dariusz Kubicki following their UEFA Cup first-round defeat by FK Austria Wien last week.
To help mark UEFA's Jubilee, each national association was asked to nominate its most outstanding player of the past 50 years. Poland chose Wlódzimierz Lubanski as their Golden Player.
uefa.com had the opportunity to speak with legendary Polish national team coach Kazimierz Górski, about the past, present and future of football in Poland.
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.
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.
Polish Football Federation president Michal Listkiewicz explains what UEFA's 50th anniversary means to his association.
Poland goalkeeper Artur Boruc has signed a contract extension with Legia Warszawa that will keep him at the club until 2012.
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.