Slask Wroclaw


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1947 (74 years old)


Stadion Miejski
(42,771 Capacity)

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Polish Ekstraklasa
UEFA Europa Conference League

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27 Nov 21 Slask Wroclaw  -  Stal Mielec
03 Dec 21 Gornik Zabrze  -  Slask Wroclaw
13 Dec 21 Warta Poznań  -  Slask Wroclaw
18 Dec 21 Slask Wroclaw  -  Cracovia Krakow
05 Feb 22 Lechia Gdańsk  -  Slask Wroclaw

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21 Nov 21 Pogon Szczecin  2 - 1  Slask Wroclaw
05 Nov 21 Slask Wroclaw  2 - 2  Jagiellonia Bialystok
30 Oct 21 Nieciecza  4 - 3  Slask Wroclaw
23 Oct 21 Wisla Krakow  0 - 5  Slask Wroclaw
16 Oct 21 Slask Wroclaw  1 - 2  Rakow Czestochowa

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Śląsk Wrocław (Polish pronunciation: ) is a Polish football club based in Wrocław that plays in Ekstraklasa, the highest level of the Polish football league system. The club was founded in 1947 and has competed under many names since then; adopting the name Śląsk Wrocław ten years after their foundation. In 1977, Śląsk Wrocław won the Polish league championship for the first time. The club has also won the Polish Cup twice, the Polish SuperCup twice and the Ekstraklasa Cup once. The club's home is Stadion Miejski, a 42,771 capacity stadium in Wrocław which was one of the host venues during UEFA Euro 2012. Club previously played at Olympic Stadium and Stadion Oporowska.

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The Municipal Stadium in Wrocław, Poland, (Polish: Stadion Miejski we Wrocławiu) is the highest fourth category football (soccer) stadium built for the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship. The Stadium is located on aleja Śląska in the western part of the city (Pilczyce district). It is the home stadium of the Śląsk Wrocław football team playing in the Polish T-Mobile Ekstraklasa. The stadium has a capacity of 42,771 spectators, all seated and all covered.

The Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw is the largest arena in Ekstraklasa and the third largest in the country (after National Stadium and Silesia Stadium).

Stadium construction began in April 2009 and was completed in September 2011.

Stadium opening took place at 10 September 2011 with boxing fight between Tomasz Adamek and Vitali Klitschko for WBC heavyweight title. First football match between Śląsk Wrocław and Lechia Gdańsk was played on 28 October 2011. Śląsk won this match 1:0 and Johan Voskamp was first goalscorer on the new stadium.



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