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League Position
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Established
1916 (106 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stadion Bruk-Bet
(2,262 Capacity)

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Location
Nieciecza, Żabno, Poland

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Competitions
Polish Ekstraklasa

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Upcoming Events
05 Feb 22 Nieciecza  -  Jagiellonia Bialystok
12 Feb 22 Lech Poznan  -  Nieciecza
19 Feb 22 Nieciecza  -  Legia Warsaw
26 Feb 22 Cracovia Krakow  -  Nieciecza
05 Mar 22 Nieciecza  -  Warta Poznań

Latest Results
19 Jan 22 Nieciecza  4 - 1  MTK Hungaria
17 Dec 21 Wisla Krakow  3 - 0  Nieciecza
10 Dec 21 Stal Mielec  1 - 0  Nieciecza
04 Dec 21 Nieciecza  1 - 3  Pogon Szczecin
26 Nov 21 Piast Gliwice  2 - 1  Nieciecza

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Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza is a professional Polish football club based in Nieciecza, Poland.

The team was established in 1922. The club was founded after World War II and took over the previously existing team. The team's official colours are orange and blue. In May 2015, after securing the second place in the I liga, the club reached the Ekstraklasa for the first time in its history.

With a population of only 750, Termalica Bruk-Bet Nieciecza is the football club from the smallest village in history to qualify to the top level of a European football league (the former record was held by Mjällby AIF).

In 2021, they had finished as the I liga runners-up and won the promotion to the Ekstraklasa, for the second time in their history.

Team Members
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Attacking Midfielder

Samuel
Štefánik
#8



Ernest
Terpiłowski
#24



Paweł
Żyra
#16


Centre Back

Wiktor
Biedrzycki
#97



Nemanja
Tekijaški
#6


Centre Midfielder

Michal
Hubínek
#22



Michał
Orzechowski
#26



Adam
Radwański
#10



Piotr
Wlazło
#18


Forward

Patryk
Czarnowski
#2



Muris
Mešanović
#11



Kacper
Śpiewak
#9


Goalkeeper

Tomasz
Loska
#99


Left Back

Adam
Hlousek
#14


Right Back

Mateusz
Grzybek
#13



Marcin
Wasielewski
#23


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Stadium or Home

Stadion Bruk-Bet is a football stadium located in Nieciecza Żabno, Poland. It is used for football matches and it is the home ground of LKS Nieciecza. The stadium was built in 2007. Due to Ekstraklasa rules the club had to expand its stadium to hold at least 4,500 people. The first match on the modernized stadium will be on the 7th round of 2015–16 Ekstraklasa against Lech Poznań.

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