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List of Polish football champions

The Polish football champions are the annual winners of Poland's premier annual football competition. The title has been contested since 1920 in varying forms of competition. From 1921 to 1926 the championship was decided in a series of tournaments until the league was formed in 1927. Since then the title was awarded the winners of the highest league in Polish football. In 1951 the title was awarded to the winner of the Polish Cup.[1]

Contents

  • List of champions 1
  • Clubs by number of championships 2
  • Honored teams 3
  • Statistics 4
  • Notes 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7
  • See also 8

List of champions

The performance of various clubs is shown in the following table: [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15]

Season Champions[1][16] Runners-up[1][16] Third Place[1][16]
1920
Abandoned due to Polish–Soviet War.
1921 KS Cracovia Polonia Warszawa Warta Poznań
1922 Pogoń Lwów Warta Poznań KS Cracovia and ŁKS Łódź
1923 Pogoń Lwów Wisła Kraków Polonia Warszawa and Warta Poznań
1924
No Championships due to the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris.
1925 Pogoń Lwów Warta Poznań Wisła Kraków
1926 Pogoń Lwów Polonia Warszawa Warta Poznań
1927 Wisła Kraków 1. FC Katowice Warta Poznań
1928 Wisła Kraków Warta Poznań Legia Warszawa
1929 Warta Poznań Garbarnia Kraków Wisła Kraków
1930 KS Cracovia Wisła Kraków Legia Warszawa
1931 Garbarnia Kraków Wisła Kraków Legia Warszawa
1932 KS Cracovia Pogoń Lwów Warta Poznań
1933 Ruch Chorzów Pogoń Lwów Wisła Kraków
1934 Ruch Chorzów KS Cracovia Wisła Kraków
1935 Ruch Chorzów Pogoń Lwów Warta Poznań
1936 Ruch Chorzów Wisła Kraków Warta Poznań
1937 KS Cracovia AKS Chorzów Ruch Chorzów
1938 Ruch Chorzów Warta Poznań Wisła Kraków
1939
Abandoned due to World War II, as of August 31, 1939, Ruch Chorzów was 1st, Wisła Kraków 2nd, and Pogoń Lwów 3rd.
1940–45
Not played due to World War II.
1946 Polonia Warszawa Warta Poznań AKS Chorzów
1947 Warta Poznań Wisła Kraków AKS Chorzów
1948 KS Cracovia Wisła Kraków Ruch Chorzów
1949 Wisła Kraków KS Cracovia Lech Poznań
1950 Wisła Kraków Ruch Chorzów Lech Poznań
1951 Ruch Chorzów[nb 1] Wisła Kraków AKS Chorzów and Polonia Warszawa
1952 Ruch Chorzów Polonia Bytom KS Cracovia and Wisła Kraków
1953 Ruch Chorzów Wawel Kraków Wisła Kraków
1954 Polonia Bytom ŁKS Łódź Ruch Chorzów
1955 Legia Warszawa Zagłębie Sosnowiec Ruch Chorzów
1956 Legia Warszawa Ruch Chorzów Lechia Gdańsk
1957 Górnik Zabrze Gwardia Warszawa ŁKS Łódź
1958 ŁKS Łódź Polonia Bytom Górnik Zabrze
1959 Górnik Zabrze Polonia Bytom Gwardia Warszawa
1960 Ruch Chorzów Legia Warszawa Górnik Zabrze
1961 Górnik Zabrze Polonia Bytom Legia Warszawa
1962 Polonia Bytom Górnik Zabrze Zagłębie Sosnowiec
1962–63 Górnik Zabrze Ruch Chorzów Zagłębie Sosnowiec
1963–64 Górnik Zabrze Zagłębie Sosnowiec Odra Opole
1964–65 Górnik Zabrze Szombierki Bytom Zagłębie Sosnowiec
1965–66 Górnik Zabrze Wisła Kraków Polonia Bytom
1966–67 Górnik Zabrze Zagłębie Sosnowiec Ruch Chorzów
1967–68 Ruch Chorzów Legia Warszawa Górnik Zabrze
1968–69 Legia Warszawa Górnik Zabrze Polonia Bytom
1969–70 Legia Warszawa Ruch Chorzów Górnik Zabrze
1970–71 Górnik Zabrze Legia Warszawa Zagłębie Wałbrzych
1971–72 Górnik Zabrze Zagłębie Sosnowiec Legia Warszawa
1972–73 Stal Mielec Ruch Chorzów Gwardia Warszawa
1973–74 Ruch Chorzów Górnik Zabrze Stal Mielec
1974–75 Ruch Chorzów Stal Mielec Śląsk Wrocław
1975–76 Stal Mielec GKS Tychy Wisła Kraków
1976–77 Śląsk Wrocław Widzew Łódź Górnik Zabrze
1977–78 Wisła Kraków Śląsk Wrocław Lech Poznań
1978–79 Ruch Chorzów Widzew Łódź Stal Mielec
1979–80 Szombierki Bytom Widzew Łódź Legia Warszawa
1980–81 Widzew Łódź Wisła Kraków Szombierki Bytom
1981–82 Widzew Łódź Śląsk Wrocław Stal Mielec
1982–83 Lech Poznań Widzew Łódź Ruch Chorzów
1983–84 Lech Poznań Widzew Łódź Pogoń Szczecin
1984–85 Górnik Zabrze Legia Warszawa Widzew Łódź
1985–86 Górnik Zabrze Legia Warszawa Widzew Łódź
1986–87 Górnik Zabrze Pogoń Szczecin GKS Katowice
1987–88 Górnik Zabrze GKS Katowice Legia Warszawa
1988–89 Ruch Chorzów GKS Katowice Górnik Zabrze
1989–90 Lech Poznań Zagłębie Lubin GKS Katowice
1990–91 Zagłębie Lubin Górnik Zabrze Wisła Kraków
1991–92 Lech Poznań GKS Katowice Widzew Łódź
1992–93 Lech Poznań[nb 2] Legia Warszawa ŁKS Łódź
1993–94 Legia Warszawa GKS Katowice Górnik Zabrze
1994–95 Legia Warszawa Widzew Łódź GKS Katowice
1995–96 Widzew Łódź Legia Warszawa Hutnik Kraków
1996–97 Widzew Łódź Legia Warszawa Odra Wodzisław
1997–98 ŁKS Łódź Polonia Warszawa Wisła Kraków
1998–99 Wisła Kraków Widzew Łódź Legia Warszawa
1999–00 Polonia Warszawa Wisła Kraków Ruch Chorzów
2000–01 Wisła Kraków Pogoń Szczecin Legia Warszawa
2001–02 Legia Warszawa Wisła Kraków Amica Wronki
2002–03 Wisła Kraków Dyskobolia Grodzisk GKS Katowice
2003–04 Wisła Kraków Legia Warszawa Amica Wronki
2004–05 Wisła Kraków Dyskobolia Grodzisk Legia Warszawa
2005–06 Legia Warszawa Wisła Kraków Zagłębie Lubin
2006–07 Zagłębie Lubin GKS Bełchatów Legia Warszawa
2007–08 Wisła Kraków Legia Warszawa Dyskobolia Grodzisk
2008–09 Wisła Kraków Legia Warszawa Lech Poznań
2009–10 Lech Poznań Wisła Kraków Ruch Chorzów
2010–11 Wisła Kraków Śląsk Wrocław Legia Warszawa
2011–12 Śląsk Wrocław Ruch Chorzów Legia Warszawa
2012–13 Legia Warszawa Lech Poznań Śląsk Wrocław
2013–14 Legia Warszawa Lech Poznań Ruch Chorzów
2014–15 Lech Poznań Legia Warszawa Jagiellonia Białystok

Clubs by number of championships

Titles Team Year(s)
14 Ruch Chorzów
Górnik Zabrze
1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1938, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1960, 1968, 1974, 1975, 1979, 1989
1957, 1959, 1961, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1971, 1972, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988
13 Wisła Kraków 1927, 1928, 1949, 1950, 1978, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2011
10 Legia Warsaw 1955, 1956, 1969, 1970, 1994, 1995, 2002, 2006, 2013, 2014
7 Lech Poznań 1983, 1984, 1990, 1992, 1993, 2010, 2015
5 Cracovia 1921, 1930, 1932, 1937, 1948
4 Pogoń Lwów
Widzew Łódź
1922, 1923, 1925, 1926
1981, 1982, 1996, 1997
2 ŁKS Łódź
Polonia Bytom
Stal Mielec
Śląsk Wrocław
Zagłębie Lubin
Polonia Warsaw
Warta Poznań
1958, 1998
1954, 1962
1973, 1976
1977, 2012
1991, 2007
1946, 2000
1929, 1947
1 Garbarnia Kraków
Szombierki Bytom
1931
1980

Bold indicates clubs currently playing in the top division.

The following table lists the league champions by the Polish Voivodeship Regions (valid since 1998).

Region Titles Winning Clubs
Silesia
31
Górnik Zabrze (14), Ruch Chorzów (14), Polonia Bytom (2), Szombierki Bytom (1)
Lesser Poland
19
Wisła Kraków (13), Cracovia (5), Garbarnia Kraków (1)
Masovia
12
Legia Warsaw (10), Polonia Warsaw (2)
Greater Poland
9
Lech Poznań (7), Warta Poznań (2)
Łódź
6
Widzew Łódź (4), ŁKS Łódź (2)
Halyczina
4
Pogon Lwów (4)
Lower Silesia
4
Zagłębie Lubin (2), Śląsk Wrocław (2)
Subcarpathian
2
Stal Mielec (2)

Honored teams

After 10 Polish Championship titles a representative Golden Star is placed above the teams badge to indicate 10 Polish Championship titles.

The current (as of August 2015) officially-sanctioned Championship stars are:

Statistics

At the end of 2014–15 Ekstraklasa.

Rank Team Podium Appearances
I II III
1. Ruch Chorzów 14 6 9
2. Górnik Zabrze 14 4 7
3. Wisła Kraków 13 13 10
4. Legia Warszawa 10 12 13
5. Lech Poznań 7 2 4
6. KS Cracovia 5 2 2
7. Widzew Łódź 4 7 3
8. Pogoń Lwów 4 3 -
9. Warta Poznań 2 5 7
10. Polonia Bytom 2 4 2
11. Polonia Warszawa 2 3 2
12. Śląsk Wrocław 2 3 2
13. ŁKS Łódź 2 1 3
Stal Mielec 2 1 3
15. Zagłębie Lubin 2 1 1
16. Szombierki Bytom 1 1 1
17. Garbarnia Kraków 1 1 -
18. GKS Katowice - 4 4
19. Zagłębie Sosnowiec - 4 3
20. Pogoń Szczecin - 2 1
Dyskobolia Grodzisk Wlkp. - 2 1
22. AKS Chorzów - 1 3
23. Gwardia Warszawa - 1 2
24. 1. FC Katowice - 1 -
GKS Bełchatów - 1 -
GKS Tychy - 1 -
Wawel Kraków - 1 -
28. Amica Wronki - - 2
29. Hutnik Kraków - - 1
Lechia Gdańsk - - 1
Odra Opole - - 1
Odra Wodzisław - - 1
Zagłębie Wałbrzych - - 1
Jagiellonia Białystok - - 1

Source: 90minut

Notes

  1. ^ In 1951, the Polish Football Association decided to give the Champion of Poland title to the winner of the Polish Cup, in order to increase the importance of the re-activated cup competition. Ruch Chorzów was 6th in the league, but won the cup, beating 2-0 Wisła Kraków in the final game.[17] However, in the league, Wisła Kraków was first, Górnik Radlin second and Legia Warszawa third.[1]
  2. ^ In 1993, the title was handed to Lech after Legia and ŁKS were penalized for alleged match fixing.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/polhist.html
  2. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/pol02.html
  3. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/pol03.html
  4. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/pol04.html
  5. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/pol05.html
  6. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/pol06.html
  7. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/pol07.html
  8. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/pol08.html
  9. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/pol09.html
  10. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/pol2010.html
  11. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/pol2011.html
  12. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/pol2012.html
  13. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/pol2013.html
  14. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/pol2014.html
  15. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesp/pol2015.html
  16. ^ a b c http://www.90minut.pl/strona.php?id=rozgrywki_mp
  17. ^ http://www.pzpn.pl/Rozgrywki-klubowe/Puchar-Polski/Historia

External links

  • List of Polish Football Champions and most Championships
  • Polish Football Champions

See also

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