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Cracovia Krakow

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Established
1906 (114 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Józef Piłsudski Stadium
(15,016 Capacity)

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Location
Kraków

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Polish Ekstraklasa

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Upcoming Events
04 Jul 20 Lechia Gdańsk   -  Cracovia Krakow
11 Jul 20 Legia Warsaw   -  Cracovia Krakow
15 Jul 20 Cracovia Krakow   -  Lech Poznan
19 Jul 20 Piast Gliwice   -  Cracovia Krakow

Latest Results
29 Jun 20 Cracovia Krakow  2 - 1  Pogon Szczecin
25 Jun 20 Slask Wroclaw  3 - 1  Cracovia Krakow
21 Jun 20 Cracovia Krakow  1 - 2  Jagiellonia Bialystok
14 Jun 20 Cracovia Krakow  1 - 1  Wisla Plock
09 Jun 20 Lechia Gdańsk  1 - 3  Cracovia Krakow

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KS Cracovia (Polish pronunciation: ) is a Polish sports club based in Kraków. Cracovia is the oldest Polish football club still in existence (teams from Lwów were a few years older, but the city of Lwow was occupied and subsequently annexed by the Soviet Union in September 1939 and is now part of Ukraine), and has continually participated in competition since its founding on 13 June 1906.

The team currently plays its matches in the Józef Piłsudski Stadium situated next to the Błonia Park, located in the Zwierzyniec district of Kraków.

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Pelle
van #10


Nicolai
Brock-Madsen



Piotr
Malarczyk



Deniss
Rakels



Sergei
Zenjov


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Stadium or Home

Marszałek Piłsudski Stadium (formerly Stadion Cracovia or Stadion Cracovii) is a football stadium located in Kraków, Poland. It is used mostly for football matches and it is the home ground of Cracovia. Originally, the first Cracovia stadium was built in 1912. It was demolished in mid-2009. From then until late 2010 entirely new construction has was raised in roughly the same location where the old stadium stood. After reconstruction the stadium holds 15,016 people. The stadium meets the criteria for UEFA Category 3

the stadium's design and construction has been frequently awarded in many architectural contests. In 2010 it was honored with the Janusza Bogdanowskiego award, given by the Archi-Szopa Association for the best architectural construction in Kraków City. The stadium is located south of Błonia Park (in the Zwierzyniec district of Kraków), near the stadium of Cracovia’s archrival Wisła Kraków.

The stadium is named after Polish legendary Chief of State – Marshal Józef Piłsudski

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