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1996–97 Ekstraklasa

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1996–97 Ekstraklasa

Statistics of Ekstraklasa in season 1996/1997.

Overview

18 teams and played in the league and the title was won by Widzew Łódź.

League standings

Pos Club P Pts W D L GF GA
1 Widzew Łódź 34 81 25 6 3 74 21
2 Legia Warsaw 34 77 24 5 5 66 27
3 Odra Wodzisław 34 55 16 7 11 51 44
4 GKS Katowice 34 53 14 11 9 47 40
5 Amica Wronki 34 52 14 10 10 41 40
6 ŁKS Łódź 34 49 13 10 11 55 45
7 Zagłębie Lubin 34 49 13 10 11 44 38
8 Polonia Warsaw 34 48 13 9 12 40 44
9 Stomil Olsztyn 34 44 12 8 14 45 46
10 Raków Częstochowa 34 44 11 11 12 35 39
11 Lech Poznań 34 44 11 11 12 40 40
12 Wisła Kraków 34 42 11 9 14 33 42
13 Górnik Zabrze 34 41 11 8 15 40 45
14 Ruch Chorzów 34 40 9 13 12 41 41
15 GKS Bełchatów 34 40 11 7 16 36 43
16 Hutnik Kraków 34 35 8 11 15 34 46
17 Śląsk Wrocław 34 24 6 6 22 24 56
18 Sokół Tychy 34 21 5 6 23 18 67

References

  • Poland - List of final tables (RSSSF)
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