• Hajto answers Poland’s call

    Tomasz Hajto has come out of retirement to help the Polish national team in their crucial UEFA EURO 2004™ qualifier against Hungary in Chorzow on Saturday.

  • Stalemate in Split

    Croatia 0-0 Poland
    Difficult conditions undermined Croatia and Poland’s preparations for the remainder of their respective UEFA EURO 2004™ qualifying campaigns after a goalless draw in Split in a friendly international.

  • Radomski set for Pole start

    Poland coach Pawel Janas has called up nine foreign-based players, including newcomer Arkadiusz Radomski, for next month's international friendly against Croatia.

  • PZPN name qualifying venues

    The Polish Football Federation (PZPN) has confirmed the venues for its next two UEFA EURO 2004™ qualifiers against Hungary and San Marino.

  • Poles arrange Balkan tour

    are to take on Croatia and F.Y.R. Macedonia in February 2003. Friendly fixturesCroatia will host the first of the friendlies on 12 February with Poland travelling to F.Y.R. Macedonia two days later. Poland have lost their two previous games against Croatia,

  • Boniek’s short reign ends

    Zbigniew Boniek has resigned as coach of Poland after a disappointing start to the country's UEFA EURO 2004™ qualifying campaign.

  • Reluctant Hajto quits Poland

    FC Schalke 04's experienced Polish defender Tomasz Hajto has retired from international football - citing difficulties in his relationship with coach Zbigniew Boniek.

  • Danish delight at home

    Denmark 2-0 Poland
    Denmark turned in an impressive performance despite heavy rain to defeat Poland with ease.

  • Poland spring surprises for Denmark duel

    Poland national coach Zbigniew Boniek has included a few surprise names in his 18-man squad for the international friendly match against Denmark on 20 November in Copenhagen.

  • Poland back to winning ways

    Poland beat New Zealand 2-0 in an international friendly on Wednesday.