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Górnik Radlin

Górnik Radlin
Sports Football, Volleyball, Gymnastics, Swimming and Fencing
Founded 1923
Based in Radlin, Silesian Voivodeship

Klub Sportowy Górnik Radlin is a Polish sports club based in Radlin. It has football, volleyball, gymnastics, swimming and fencing sections. The volleyball team plays in the Polish Volleyball League (Polska Liga Siatkówki, PLS) and the football team has previously played in the Ekstraklasa.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Volleyball 2
    • 2003/2004 season 2.1
    • 2004/2005 season 2.2
  • Football 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

History

Górnik Radlin was founded in 1923.[1][2]

Volleyball

2003/2004 season

2nd place in Seria B, promotion to PLS Seria A.

2004/2005 season

The team will play Polish Volleyball League (Seria A). Kadra III-liga – rozgrywki 2013/2014. 1.Barteczko Adam - rozgrywający - kapitan 2.Gilner Kamil - libero 3.Porwoł Robert - atakujący 4.Wowra Bartłomiej - libero 5.Graff Karol - rozgrywający 6.Kołodziejski Sebastian - przyjmujący 7.Koczwara Adrian - środkowy 8.Mielnik Mateusz - przyjmujący 9.Radomski Krzysztof - przyjmujący 10.Grzywacz Patryk - środkowy 11.Harazim Damian - przyjmujący 12.Olszewski Dawid - środkowy 13.Turek Sebastian - atakujący 15.Marcol Jarosław - rozgrywający 16.Kaczmarek Kamil - środkowy I TRENER - Marek Przybys

Football

Górnik Radlin's best performance in the Ekstraklasa was a second placing in the league in 1951.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Home". SK Górnik Radlin (volleyball) website. Retrieved 2009-06-01. 
  2. ^ "Profile". worldfootball.net. Retrieved 2009-06-01. 
  3. ^ "Home" (in Polish). SK Górnik Radlin (football) website. Retrieved 2009-06-01. 


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