Sport / Soccer
/ Polish Ekstraklasa
| 16 May 21 ||Jagiellonia Bialystok || ||2 - 1 || ||Lechia Gdańsk|
| 08 May 21 ||Lechia Gdańsk || ||1 - 1 || ||Cracovia Krakow|
| 30 Apr 21 ||Wisla Plock || ||1 - 3 || ||Lechia Gdańsk|
| 25 Apr 21 ||Lechia Gdańsk || ||0 - 1 || ||Legia Warsaw|
| 20 Apr 21 ||Lech Poznan || ||3 - 0 || ||Lechia Gdańsk|
Lechia Gdańsk (Polish pronunciation: ) is a Polish football club based in Gdańsk. The club's name comes from Lechia, a poetic name for Poland. The club was founded by people expelled from Lwów, who were supporters of the oldest Polish football team Lechia Lwów, founded in 1903. Founded in 1945, Lechia was a powerhouse in Polish football during the mid-1950s. Next decades were lean, the team returned to form in the early 1980s, winning a Cup of Poland, a Super Cup, and playing in the UEFA Cup Winners Cup, where it lost in 1st round to Juventus. In May 2008 the club was promoted again to the Polish top division.Team Members
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The Stadion Energa Gdańsk (Polish pronunciation: ), previously called the Baltic Arena and PGE Arena Gdańsk, is a football stadium in Gdańsk, Poland. It is used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Lechia Gdańsk currently playing in the Ekstraklasa. The Stadium is located on ul. Pokoleń Lechii Gdańsk ("Generations of Lechia Gdańsk street") in the northern part of the city (Letnica district). The capacity of the stands is 43,615 spectators, all seated and roofed. The stadium is the largest arena in Ekstraklasa and the third largest in the country (after National Stadium and Silesia Stadium).
Construction of the stadium started in 2008 and was completed mid-2011. The opening match was between Lechia Gdańsk and Cracovia and ended with 1–1 draw. The first international match, Poland - Germany, took place on 6 September 2011 and ended 2-2. The match was relocated from Warsaw because the National Stadium was not ready. It is used by Lechia Gdańsk since 'the White-and-Green' relocated there from MOSiR Stadium.
The stadium was also one of the designated venues for the finals of Euro 2012. It hosted four matches during the tournament. Three matches in Group C and one quarterfinal were played there.
Since 2010 the official name of the stadium was PGE Arena Gdańsk on the basis of a sponsorship agreement with Polska Grupa Energetyczna (PGE Group). The contract ended, however, on 31 September 2015, after PGE chose not to renew the contract. On the 9th November Energa was revealed as the new stadium's sponsor. Fanart