Club

Wisla Krakow SA (POL)

Wisła Kraków was founded in 1906 when students of the Second Practical School in Kraków,  inspired by their professor Tadeusz Łopuszański, formed a football team. 

From 1949 the club was renamed more time (Gwardia-Wisła Kraków, GTS Wisła). In the late 1990’s the club was renamed Wisła Kraków SSA.

The club's coat of arms is a white star on a red background crossed by a blue ribbon.

Wisła Kraków is one of the oldest and most successful Polish football clubs. It is the third most successful Polish cluband second as far as all time victories, it won 13 national titles. In recent years won 8 Polish league championships since 1999.

Along with league titles Wisła also won the Polish Cup on 4 occasions. Wisła also enjoyed some success in European competition in the 1970’s, reaching the quarter-finals in the 1978-‘79 European Cup and winning the UEFA Intertoto Cup in 1969, 1970, and 1973.

Bartkow Michal
goalkeeper
Boniecki Michal
right defender
Burylo Mateusz
goalkeeper
Chorazka Kacper
goalkeeper
Czernicki Kacper
left defender
Handzlik Konrad
central midfielder
Jaworski Marcin
central midfielder
Kociolek Grzegorz
central defender
Kuczek Karol
forward
Kura Patryk
left defender
Loranc Kacper
goalkeeper
Lyczak Jakub
right midfielder
Martuszewski Piotr
left defender
Mielecki Antoni
central defender
Porebski Przemek
central midfielder
Ptak Jakub
central defender
Purcha Bartek
central midfielder
Rogoz Maciej
right midfielder
Skrzypniak Patryk
central midfielder
Sochacki Lukasz
right midfielder
Stachura Norbert
midfielder
Stawowy Milosz
central defender
Swiatko Piotr
central defender
Swietek Ernest
midfielder
Wydra Krzysztof
forward
Zak Bartosz
right defender
Bogdan Lyczak
team manager
Dariusz Gryzlak
academy ceo
Dariusz Marzec
academy sports coordinator
Jakub Sage
physio
Kamila Dyrda
physio
Pawel Regulski
coach
Truchlewski Piotr
team manager
Wislocki Rafal
assistant coach