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Śląsk Wrocław
Slask Wroclaw.png
Full name Wrocławski Klub Sportowy
Śląsk Wrocław SA
Nickname(s) Wojskowi, Green-White-Reds
Founded 1947
Ground Stadion Oporowska, Poland
(Capacity: 8.346)
Chairman Poland Piotr Wasniewski
Manager Poland Ryszard Tarasiewicz
League Ekstraklasa
2008-09 Ekstraklasa, 6
Home colours
Away colours
Current season

Śląsk Wrocław, Polish pronunciation: [ˈɕlɔ̃sk ˈfrɔt​͡swaf], is a football club from Wrocław, Poland.

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Current squad

As of September 8, 2009.[1]
No. Position Player
1 Poland GK Wojciech Kaczmarek
2 Poland DF Krzysztof Wołczek
3 Poland DF Piotr Celeban
4 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Amir Spahić
5 Poland MF Patryk Klofik
6 Poland FW Tomasz Szewczuk
7 Poland MF Sebastian Dudek
8 Poland MF Łukasz Madej
9 Poland FW Marek Gancarczyk
10 Serbia FW Vuk Sotirović
11 Poland MF Sebastian Mila
12 Sweden GK Ivo Vazgeč
No. Position Player
14 Poland FW Krzysztof Ulatowski
15 Poland DF Bartosz Kaśnikowski
16 Poland DF Jarosław Fojut
17 Poland DF Mariusz Pawelec
18 Poland MF Janusz Gancarczyk
19 Poland MF Dariusz Sztylka (Captain)
20 Poland MF Damian Szydziak
22 Poland DF Antoni Łukasiewicz
23 Poland MF Krzysztof Kaczmarek
24 Poland MF Tadeusz Socha
26 Poland MF Łukasz Tymiński
31 Poland MF Kamil Biliński

Śląsk in Europe

Season Competition Round Club Score
1975/76 UEFA Cup 1R Sweden GAIS 1-2, 4-2
2R Belgium Royal Antwerp 1-1, 2-1
1/8F England FC Liverpool 4-1, 3-1
1976/77 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1R Malta Floriana 4-1, 2-0
1/8F Republic of Ireland Bohemian Dublin 3-0, 1-0
1/4F Italy SSC Napoli 0-0, 0-2
1977/78 European Cup 1R Bulgaria Levski Sofia 0-3, 2-2
1978/79 UEFA Cup 1R Cyprus Pezoporikos Larnaca 2-2, 5-1
2R Iceland Íþróttabandalag Vestmannaeyja 2-0, 2-1
1/8F Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach 1-1, 2-4
1980/81 UEFA Cup 1R Scotland Dundee United 0-0, 2-7
1982/83 UEFA Cup 1R Soviet Union FC Dynamo Moscow 2-2, 1-0
2R Switzerland Servette Geneve 0-2, 1-5
1987/88 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1R Spain Real Sociedad 0-0, 0-2

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