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Piast Gliwice

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Established
1945 (79 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stadion Piast
(10,037 Capacity)

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Gliwice

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Polish Ekstraklasa

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29/06 Piast Gliwic - Banik Ostrav
20/07 Cracovia Kra - Piast Gliwic
27/07 Piast Gliwic - Slask Wrocla
03/08 Legia Warsaw - Piast Gliwic
10/08 Piast Gliwic - GKS Katowice

Results
25/05 Puszcza Niep 1 - 0 Piast Gliwic
18/05 Piast Gliwic 1 - 1 Jagiellonia
10/05 Piast Gliwic 4 - 0 LKS Lodz
05/05 Korona Kielc 1 - 1 Piast Gliwic
26/04 Piast Gliwic 2 - 0 Warta Pozna�

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Gliwicki Klub Sportowy Piast Gliwice (Polish pronunciation: ) is a Polish football club based in Gliwice, Poland.

The club was founded in June 1945 by the Poles who had been forced to leave their homeland in present-day Western Ukraine. After the 1956 fusion of the three different clubs, GKS Gliwice was formed. Piast continued to play their matches on ul. Robotniczej. In 1964, the 2 clubs merged. The new club name was 'GKS Piast Gliwice'. Piast's football team played as many as 32 seasons in the Polish Second Division, before finally being promoted to the Ekstraklasa in 2008. Having played two seasons in the top division, the club was relegated in 2010. Piast have twice (1978, 1983) managed to reach the final of the Cup of Poland, losing on both occasions. The club's name comes from the Piast dynasty, which ruled Poland from its beginnings as an independent state in the 10th century, until 1370. Piast is the first soccer team in Poland to gain promotion from the 7th tier to the Ekstraklasa (Polish top tier of football) and later to the European Cup.

Team Members




Alves





Ameyaw





Chrapek





Czerwiński





Dziczek





Fernández





García





Hateley





Holúbek





Huk





Kirejczyk





Kostadinov





Krykun





Malarczyk





Mokwa





Mosór



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Parzyszek





Plach





Pyrka





Świerczok





Szczepański





Tomasiewicz





Vida





Wilczek





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Stadium or Home

Stadion Miejski w Gliwicach (English: Municipal Stadium in Gliwice) is a football-specific stadium located in Gliwice, Poland. It is the home ground of Piast Gliwice. The stadium holds 10,037 spectators. The stadium underwent a complete reconstruction which took place from September 2010 to July 2011 including the building of four new fully covered and all-seated stands.

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