Board of Polish FA
Cezary Kulesza was born on 22 June 1962 in Wysokie Mazowieckie. He started his football career with Gwardia Białystok. In subsequent years, he played for Olimpia Zambrów, Mławianka Mława, Jagiellonia Białystok, RFC Aubel, MZKS Wasilków and Supraślanka Supraśl. At the level of Ekstraklasa, he played fourteen matches for Jagiellonia and also reached the final of the Polish Cup.
After ending his football career, he founded the Greenstar record company, gathering the biggest stars of Polish dance music (disco, dance-pop, disco polo). He was also active in the real estate and hotel industries. In 2008, he became a proxy of Jagiellonia Białystok and two years later, he became the president of the management board of the club from the capital of Podlasie. During Cezary Kulesza's tenure, Jagiellonia became the Vice-Champion of Poland twice and won the Polish Cup.
In 2012, he became a member of the Management Board of the Polish Football Association, and since 2016, he has served as Vice-President for professional football. In June 2021, he resigned as President of Jagiellonia, and on 18 August, he was elected the new president of the Polish Football Association.
He is also Vice-Chairman of UEFA’s National Associations Committee and a member of the Supervisory Board of Ekstraklasa S.A.
MEMBERS OF THE POLISH FA MANAGEMENT BOARD
Jakub Tabisz - suspended