Name
Polish Ekstraklasa

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Established
1927 (92 years old)

First Recorded Event
0000-00-00

Sport
Soccer

Location
Poland

Gender
Male

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Last Edit
Ovokx: 25 Aug 2018
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Upcoming Events
22 Feb 19 Korona Kielce  -  Pogon Szczecin
22 Feb 19 Arka Gdynia  -  Piast Gliwice
23 Feb 19 Lech Poznan  -  Legia Warsaw
23 Feb 19 Lechia Gdansk  -  Wisla Krakow
23 Feb 19 Gornik Zabrze  -  Zaglebie Sosnowie
23 Feb 19 Gornik Zabrze  -  Zaglebie Lubin
24 Feb 19 Miedz Legnica  -  Wisla Plock
24 Feb 19 Cracovia Krakow  -  Jagiellonia Bialy
25 Feb 19 Slask Wroclaw  -  Zaglebie Lubin
02 Mar 19 Lech Poznan  -  Arka Gdynia

Latest Results
18 Feb 19 Wisla Krakow 1 - 0  Slask Wroclaw
17 Feb 19 Legia Warsaw 0 - 2  Cracovia Krakow
17 Feb 19 Zaglebie Lubin 3 - 0  Miedz Legnica
16 Feb 19 Jagiellonia Bialy 1 - 0  Wisla Plock
16 Feb 19 Korona Kielce 0 - 0  Lechia Gdansk
16 Feb 19 Zaglebie Sosnowie 3 - 2  Arka Gdynia
16 Feb 19 Zaglebie Lubin  -  Arka Gdynia
15 Feb 19 Pogon Szczecin 3 - 1  Gornik Zabrze
15 Feb 19 Piast Gliwice 4 - 0  Lech Poznan
11 Feb 19 Gornik Zabrze 2 - 0  Wisla Krakow

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The Ekstraklasa (Polish pronunciation: ), or T-Mobile Ekstraklasa for sponsorship reasons, is a Polish professional league for association football clubs. At the top of the Polish football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. It is contested by 16 clubs, operating a system of promotion and relegation with the I Liga. The Ekstraklasa season starts in late July, and ends in May the following year, teams play a total of 37 games each.

The Ekstraklasa (former I liga) was formed as Liga Piłki Nożnej ("Football League"; LPN) on 1 March 1927 in Warsaw, but Polish Championships as non-league competition and The Polish Football Federation PZPN (Polski Związek Piłki Nożnej) had been organized on 20 December 1919 in Warsaw, a year after the independence of Poland in 1918. First, historic games of the freshly created league took place on 3 April 1927.

A total of 79 clubs have played in the top division of polish football since the founding of the league in 1927, of which, 16 clubs have won the title. The current champions are Legia Warsaw, who won their tenth title in 2013–14.

Schedule
1617 Season 1718 Season 1819 Season

Teams

Arka Gdynia
-11

Cracovia Kr
-10

Gornik Zabr
-11

Jagiellonia
-11

Korona Kiel
-10

Lech Poznan
-11

Lechia Gda
-5

Legia Warsa
-8

Miedz Legni
-11

Piast Gliwi
-11

Pogon Szcze
-8

Sandecja No
-11

Slask Wrocl
-11

Termalica B
-11

Wisla Krako
-11

Wisla Plock
-11

Zaglebie Lu
-11

Zaglebie So
-11

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