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Stal Mielec

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Established
1939 (83 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stadion Stali Mielec
(7,000 Capacity)

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Location
Mielec, Poland

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Polish Ekstraklasa

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Upcoming Events
21 Jan 22 CSKA Sofia  -  Stal Mielec
05 Feb 22 Stal Mielec  -  Gornik Zabrze
12 Feb 22 Wisla Krakow  -  Stal Mielec
19 Feb 22 Stal Mielec  -  Pogon Szczecin
26 Feb 22 Gornik Leczna  -  Stal Mielec

Latest Results
18 Jan 22 Slavia Sofia  0 - 3  Stal Mielec
18 Dec 21 Piast Gliwice  1 - 1  Stal Mielec
10 Dec 21 Stal Mielec  1 - 0  Nieciecza
03 Dec 21 Stal Mielec  2 - 1  Wisla Plock
27 Nov 21 Slask Wroclaw  2 - 1  Stal Mielec

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Stal Mielec is a Polish football club based in Mielec, Poland. The club was established on April 10, 1939. Historically, the club has enjoyed great successes within Poland's Ekstraklasa Premier League, winning the title twice (in 1973 and 1976) but has undergone significant management changes and financial difficulties within the past two decades that have forced the club from participation in the Premier League. After winning the Polish third-tier league title in 2016, Stal Mielec was promoted to I Liga, the second-tier league. The club also has a men's handball team that plays in the Superliga.

Team Members
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Marcin
Flis




Krystian
Getinger




Michał
Gliwa
#1



Maciej
Jankowski




Aleksandyr
Kolew




Mateusz
Mak




Mateusz
Matras




Maksymilian
Sitek




Grzegorz
Tomasiewicz




Maciej
Urbańczyk



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Stadium or Home

The Stadion Miejski przy Solskiego 1 w Mielcu (English: Solskiego 1 Street Municipal Stadium in Mielec) is a multi-use stadium in Mielec, Poland with a 6,849 seating capacity. It has been the home ground of Stal Mielec since its opening in 1953. It is also used by the LKS Mielec athletic club. The stadium is also known as the Stadion Stali Mielec (English: Stal Mielec Stadium) in connection with its most common host.

The stadium has hosted numerous European Champions Cup, UEFA Cup, and Polish national team matches, including FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Championship qualifiers. Most notably, the stadium hosted Real Madrid in the 1976–77 European Cup with a record attendance exceeding 40,000 spectators.

During the fall of communism in Poland, and the years of economic hardship that followed, the club's performance declined and the stadium lacked funding for maintenance and repair. The structure of the stadium gradually deteriorated until in 2007 when the Mielec City Council voted to draft the reconstruction of the stadium, and construction work followed in 2011-2013. The modernised stadium, while reduced in capacity, has already served to revitalise the club's performance with Stal Mielec advancing to the I Liga in 2016. Mielec City Council is currently looking for more sponsorship opportunities, with the possibility of leasing the naming rights of the stadium.

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