Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year for 2021!
Have an amazing Holidays filled with family atmosphere, joy and happiness. May the New Year 2021 be successful, full of beautiful moments and unforgettable experiences. May all of your wishes, not only those related to football, come true! Season’s greetings and a Happy New Year! United by football!
POLISH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION STRATEGY FOR THE YEARS 2020-2025
It is a great honour and privilege to be able to be involved with football, the beloved sport of Poles. It also bears a great amount of responsibility. Being aware of such a situation, we have taken the utmost care to create a strategy for the development of football in Poland for the next five years. In the process of drawing up the document, we relied primarily on the help of our football family, as well as on the knowledge and experience of national and international experts (i.e. UEFA, FIFA, Deloitte). During the many days of consultations and workshops, as well as on the basis of the results of research on the image of football and the PFA itself, not only in Poland but also in Europe, we defined the mission and vision in order to develop key strategic pillars for the development of the federation. After many months of work, we are pleased to present to you the “Polish Football Association Strategy for 2020-2025”.
New Supervisory Board of Ekstraklasa SA
The General Meeting of Shareholders of Ekstraklasa SA elected a Supervisory Board for a new, one-year term. The new Board is composed of Dariusz Mioduski from Legia Warszawa, Karol Klimczak from Lech Poznań, Grzegorz Jaworski from Piast Gliwice, Adam Mandziara from Lechia Gdańsk, Cezary Kulesza from Jagiellonia Białystok and Wojciech Cygan from Raków Częstochowa, as well as the Vice-President of PZPN for Coaching, Marek Koźmiński.
Probierz's team better at penalties! Cracovia wins the Super Cup!
In the match played in Warsaw for the Polish Super Cup, Cracovia proved to be superior, beating Legia Warszawa, the current national champion. Within the regular time of the match, there was a goalless draw, but after the penalty kicks, Michał Probierz's players turned out to be better. The guest team was more effective in executing penalty kicks and won with "The Militarians" 5-4.
WORLD HEART DAY 2020. Support toolkit for the football family
World Heart Day is celebrated on 29 September each year and is an initiative of the World Heart Federation (WHF). It is the world’s largest platform for raising awareness of cardiovascular disease (CVD) which includes heart disease and stroke.