Zbigniew Boniek at the top of the 50 Most Influential People in Polish Sport ranking
The Forbes magazine alongside Pentagon Research have prepared a ranking of 50 Most Influential People in Polish Sport. Once again, the President of the Polish Football Association Zbigniew Boniek placed at the top of the list. Second place was taken by Adam Malysz and third spot went to Robert Lewandowski.
Robert Lewandowski nominated for UEFA Team of the Year
Captain of the Polish national team Robert Lewandowski was among the fifty players nominated for UEFA Team of the Year. Fans can choose their team on the European Federation's website by clicking >>>HERE<<<. Join the fun!
[VIDEO] Łukasz Piszczek said goodbye to the national team!
Twelve years after his first appointment to the Polish national team, Łukasz Piszczek decided to end his career with the white-and-reds. The match against Slovenia at PGE Narodowy was his last match with the team. Let us take a look back at what Piszczu's career with the eagle on his chest looked like.
Historical logos of the Polish Football Association
Eleven historical logos are associated with the Polish Football Association. The first one was presented in the 1920s, shortly after the founding meeting in Warsaw. For almost all those decades the logo has featured an eagle, the image of which has changed significantly over time. There was also a ball displayed on two PZPN logos.
100 Years of PZPN – this is how the Polish Football Association was founded
"Just before Christmas, namely on 20 and 21 of this month, a meeting of all Polish sports associations was held in Warsaw, during which the Polish Football Association was constituted, wrote “Ilustrowany Kurier Codzienny" daily in December 1919. The laconic notice is one of the few reports describing the emergence of the Polish Football Association, which celebrates the centenary of its existence this year.