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Established
1964 (58 years old)

Sport
Ice Hockey

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Spodek
(11,500 Capacity)

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Katowice, Poland

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Polish Hockey League
Champions Hockey League

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Upcoming Events
09 Dec 22 GKS Katowice  -  JKH GKS
20 Dec 22 GKS Tychy  -  GKS Katowice
22 Dec 22 GKS Katowice  -  Comarch Cracovia
03 Jan 23 Energa Toruń  -  GKS Katowice
06 Jan 23 STS Sanok  -  GKS Katowice

Latest Results
06 Dec 22 GKS Katowice  2 - 3  Unia Oświęcim
02 Dec 22 GKS Katowice  4 - 2  Podhale Nowy
29 Nov 22 GKS Katowice  5 - 1  Zagłębie Sosnowiec
27 Nov 22 GKS Katowice  3 - 1  STS Sanok
25 Nov 22 GKS Katowice  8 - 4  Energa Toruń

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HC GKS Katowice is a professional ice hockey team in Katowice, Poland.

The team was founded in 1964. Katowice won six Polska Liga Hokejowa titles between 1958 and 1970. The team did not participate in the 2015-16 season due to financial constraints, but returned for the 2016-17 season. In 2017 the name of the club was changed to Tauron KH GKS Katowice, due to sponsorship by Tauron Group. The club finished 2017-18 season on the second place.

Team Members
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Mateusz
Adamus




Janis
Andersons




Matej
Cunik




Miika
Franssila




Bartosz
Fraszko




Oskar
Krawczyk




Patryk
Krezolek




Maciej
Kruczek




Tomas
Kubalik




Mikael
Kuronen




Kirill
Lyamin




Jyri
Marttinen




Maciej
Miarka




Mateusz
Michalski




Szymon
Mularczyk




Grzegorz
Pasiut




Kamil
Paszek




Jesse
Rohtla




Bartosz
Schmidt




Juraj
Simboch




Szymon
Skrodziuk




Filip
Starzynski




Andrei
Stepanov




Filip
Stoklasa




Patryk
Wajda




Dariusz
Wanat




Marcin
Wysnik




Mateusz
Zielinski



(28 total)
= Player Contract years remaining
= Player Statistics available latest season

Stadium or Home

Spodek (meaning "saucer" in Polish) is a multipurpose arena complex in Katowice, Poland, opened on 9 May 1971. Aside from the main dome, the complex includes a gym, an ice rink, a hotel and three large car parks. It was the largest indoor venue of its kind in Poland until it was surpassed by Tauron Arena in 2014.

The Spodek hosts many important cultural and business events. Music concerts are especially common non-sport events. It can hold around 11,500 people, although this number is in practice limited to 10,000 or even 8,000 due to stage set-ups obscuring the view. Its Polish name refers to a flying saucer since its iconic shape resembles a UFO. Spodek is a major contribution to the cultural significance of Katowice in Poland, especially for the younger generations. It has also been used as an unofficial logo for the city on posters promoting redevelopment in Katowice. Moreover, Spodek is home to ice hockey clubs in the winter months.

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