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Wisła Płock

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Ground Capacity  10,978
Head Coach  Marcin Kaczmarek
Manager  Marcin Kaczmarek
Founded  1947
Parent organization  PKN Orlen
Chairman  Jacek Kruszewski
Arena/Stadium  Kazimierz Górski Stadium
League  Ekstraklasa
Location  Płock, Poland

Full name  Wisła Płock Spółka Akcyjna
Nickname(s)  Nafciarze (The Oilers) Petra
Ground  Kazimierz Górski Stadium Płock
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Wisła Płock ([ˈviswa ˈpwɔt͡sk]) is a Polish football and handball club based in Płock, Poland.

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Previous names

  • 1947: Elektryczność Płock
  • 1950: ZS Ogniwo Płock (Elektryczność + ZS Ogniwo)
  • spring 1955: ZS Sparta Płock (ZS Ogniwo + ZS Sparta)
  • autumn 1955: PKS [Płocki KS] Wisła Płock
  • 1963: ZKS Wisła Płock
  • 1 January 1992: ZKS Petrochemia Płock
  • 1 July 1999: KS Petro Płock
  • 27 June 2000: Orlen Płock
  • 7 June 2002: ZKS Wisła Płock
  • Domestic

  • Ekstraklasa:
  • 4th place : 2005
  • 5th place : 2004
  • Polish Cup:
  • Winner (1): 2006
  • Finalist (1): 2003
  • Polish SuperCup:
  • Winner (1): 2006
  • Europe

  • UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (UEFA Cup):
  • Qualifying round (1): 2003/2004
  • Second qualifying round (2): 2005/2006, 2006/2007
  • Kazimierz Górski Stadium

  • Address: ul. Łukasiewicza 34, 09–400 Płock
  • Names: Kazimierza Górskiego
  • Opened: 10 June 1973
  • Capacity: 12,800
  • Surface: 105 x 68 metres
  • Current squad

    As of 26 February 2017.

    Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

    Notable players

    Player who have been capped and/or players which have won honours with the club

  • Žarko Belada
  • Mikalay Branfilaw
  • Marko Čolaković
  • Tomáš Došek
  • Mamia Jikia, member of the Georgia national football team
  • Emmanuel Ekwueme
  • Patrik Gedeon
  • Vahan Gevorgyan, forward, member of the Polish national football team
  • Dariusz Gęsior, midfielder, member of the Polish national football team at the 1992 Summer Olympics, where he won a silver medal
  • Marko Grizonic
  • Bartłomiej Grzelak, forward, member of the Polish national football team
  • Robert Gubiec
  • Lubomyr Iwanskyj
  • Ireneusz Jeleń, forward, member of the Polish national football team; played at the 2006 FIFA World Cup
  • Krzysztof Kazimierczak
  • Arkadiusz Klimek
  • Andrzej Kobylański
  • Boris Kondev
  • Sebastian Krakowiak, goalkeeper, member of the U-21 Polish national football team
  • Peter Lerant
  • Wojciech Łobodziński, midfielder, member of the Polish national football team; played at UEFA EURO 2008
  • Radosław Matusiak, forward, member of the Polish national football team
  • Tomas Michalek
  • Nikola Mihailovic
  • Grazvydas Mikulenas
  • Josef Obajdin
  • Mitar Peković
  • Sławomir Peszko, midfielder, member of the Polish national football team
  • Aidas Preiksaitis
  • Patryk Rachwał, midfielder, member of the Polish national football team
  • Marek Saganowski, forward, member of the Polish national football team; played at UEFA EURO 2008
  • Lumir Sedlacek
  • Pawel Sobczak
  • Radosław Sobolewski, midfielder, member of the Polish national football team; played at the 2006 FIFA World Cup
  • Nenad Studen
  • Stefan Todorov
  • Raimondas Vileniskis
  • Predrag Vujović
  • Marcin Wasilewski, defender, member of the Polish national football team; played at UEFA EURO 2008
  • Jakub Wierzchowski
  • Jerzy Wojnecki
  • Klaudiusz Ząbecki, member of the U-21 Polish national football team
  • Nebojsa Zivkovic
  • Marjan Jugovic
  • References

    Wisła Płock Wikipedia


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