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Warta Poznań

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Established
1912 (112 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Venue
Stadion przy Drodze Dębińskiej
(4,694 Capacity)

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Poznań, Poland

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Competitions
Polish I liga

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29/06 Warta Pozna� - Chrobry Gło
10/07 Warta Pozna� - Teplice
20/07 Nieciecza - Warta Pozna�
27/07 Warta Pozna� - Wisla Plock
03/08 Tychy 71 - Warta Pozna�

Results
25/05 Jagiellonia 3 - 0 Warta Pozna�
19/05 Warta Pozna� 0 - 1 Legia Warsaw
12/05 Puszcza Niep 1 - 0 Warta Pozna�
05/05 Warta Pozna� 2 - 1 Widzew Lodz
26/04 Piast Gliwic 2 - 0 Warta Pozna�

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Warta Poznań (Polish pronunciation: ) is a multi-sports club based in Poznań, Poland.

Founded in 1912, the association football section are two-time winners of the Polish Football Championship, in 1929 and 1947, but currently reside in the Polish Second League, I liga. The name means the Guard in Polish and also a name of river Warta on which Poznań is located. The club also played in second level between 1951–1952 (2 seasons), 1956–1960 (5 seasons), 1970–1971, 1973–1975, 1977–1979, 1991–1993, 1995–1996, 1997–1998 and since 2007. They played in the top level last between 1993–1995.

The club has also one of the most successful field hockey and tennis teams in the country.

Team Members




Bartkowski





Borowski





Eppel





Grobelny





Ivanov





Jakóbowski





Kiełb





Kopczyński





Kupczak





Kuzimski





Lis





Luís





Mäenpää





Matuszewski





Oleksy





Pleśnierowicz





Savić





Stavrópoulos





Szmyt





Szymonowicz





Trałka





Vizinger



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Stadium or Home
Dębińska Road Stadium Polish: Stadion przy Drodze Dębińskiej, sometimes informally called The Warta Stadium Polish: Stadion Warty and nicknamed Ogródek Polish: Little Garden; is a football stadium located in the Wilda district of Poznań, Poland.

Originally the stadium was a training ground for Edmund Szyc Stadium however since it fell into disrepair in 1998 and was sold in 2001 it became the teams main ground, having been expanded (from 2500 capacity) and modernised over the years to suit the team's needs.

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