Football is the most popular sport in Poland and has a long tradition, dating as early as the beginning of the 20th century, with the first professional clubs being formed in 1906. It is played widely in Poland with a number of amateur teams playing locally, through to the two professional leagues (Ekstraklasa and Liga I). Also popular amongst Poles is 5 aside football and also futsal, which is an indoor version of 5 aside. The highlights of Polish football was the 1982 World Cup when under the leadership of Kazimierz Gorski the team finished in third place. Success has somewhat dried up in recent years for the national team, however there is now renewed optimism thanks to the emergence of such Polish stars as Robert Lewandowski, Jakub Blaszczykowski, Arkadiusz Milik and Lukasz Piszczek. In terms of domestic football the current Polish champions are Lech Poznan after a close fought title race with Legia Warsaw in 2014-15. The Polish league is highly competitive and open, with the fans also being renowned for being some of the most fanatical in Europe.

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We offer a variety of football related activities for both men's and women's teams (football training camps, football fixtures, arranging game tickets, or football tournaments) which can be organised in the following Polish destinations:


  • Gdansk (football fixture, football game tickets)
  • Krakow (football fixture, football game tickets, football training camp)

  • Warsaw (football fixture, football game tickets)

  • Wroclaw (football fixture, football game tickets)

  • Zakopane (football fixture, football training camp)

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