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Warta Poznań
Warta Poznan.png
Full name Klub Sportowy Warta Poznań
Founded 1912
Ground Stadion Warty
Poznań, Poland
(Capacity: 4,000)
Chairman Poland Janusz Urbaniak
Manager Poland Marek Czerniawski
League I Liga
Home colours
Away colours
Current season

Warta Poznań (Polish pronunciation: [ˈvarta ˈpɔznaɲ]) is a football (soccer) club based in Poznań, Poland. Founded in 1912, the club are two-time winners of the Polish Football Championship, in 1929 and 1947, but currently reside in the Polish First League. The name means the Guard in Polish and also a name of river Warta on which Poznań is located.

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Current squad

Goalkeepers:

  • Poland 1. Łukasz Radliński
  • Poland 92. Adrian Lis

Defenders:

  • Poland 6. Sebastian Przybyszewski
  • Poland 4. Paweł Ignasiński
  • Poland 24. Bartosz Wrzesiński
  • Poland 18. Przemysław Otuszewski
  • Poland 2. Maciej Wichtowski
  • Poland 3. Maksymilian Jankowski
  • Poland 15. Piotr Gułajski
  • Poland 13. Adrian Bartkowiak

Midfielders:

  • Poland 10. Paweł Iwanicki
  • Poland 19. Tomasz Bekas
  • Poland 7. Tomasz Magdziarz
  • Poland 21. Arkadiusz Miklosik
  • Poland 14. Marcin Kraszkowski
  • Poland 16. Alain Ngamayama
  • Poland 11. Michał Bała
  • Poland 22. Jacek Kopaniarz

Strikers:

  • Poland 8. Marcin Klatt
  • Poland 17. Damian Pawlak
  • Poland 20. Marcin Wojciechowski
  • Poland 23. Marcin Mazurek
  • Poland 9. Piotr Reiss

Transfers in summer 2009

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