|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|
|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|
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.
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