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- +48 12 427 35 62
- +48 12 427 35 62
- Cracovia Football
- ul. Kaluzy 1
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Cracow's first football match was held on the Blonia common in 1894. Although the location itself has not changed, things have come a long way since then, and Blonia now boasts two whopping stadiums. Cracovia's home can be found on the southern fringe of the common, and if you're inspired to check out the local talent, then you could have no finer introduction to the passionate world of Polish football. With its claim to fame as the oldest football club in Poland, and the Pope as one of its supporters, Cracovia is the heart of football in Cracow!
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Iam the President of Masters Football inn Malta, affiliated with the Malta Football Assiciation.It s our intention to bring a group of players, 49 year and over to play a friendly against any team in Krakow of the same age group. We chose your club because of its famous history. DO YOU THINK IT IS POSSIBLE PL. IF NOT, COULD YOU BE KIND ENOUGH TO GIVE US ANOTHER CLUB CONTACT THAT PLAYS VETERANS FOOTBALL.
Phil Jurek from United Kingdom Reply
My father played for Cracovia in the 1930's, maybe in the 2nd team. I would like Cracovia to provide me with some information about this. I have only 1 picture of him in the famous club colours. Many thanks for your help. My father's name was Aleksander Jurek (Olek). Kindest Regards Phil Jurek
john from United Kingdom Reply
Hi I am the manager of an u18 football team coming to Krakow in April and would like to play an evening game April 2nd. Anyone interested??
Phil from United Kingdom Reply
Is it possible to get a list of Polish amateur veteran teams that play either Saturdays or Sundays. I would like to bring a group of English players over to visit Krakow. I have been to Silesia many times so i know the culture pretty well but I do not know how to organise a football match there. I want them all to see the great city that it is. I can organise where to stay and trips to Zakopane or Oscwiecim. Any help organising a game on grass or artificial would be appreciated. The two teams can then eat and drink together in the City.
ENRIQUE GÓMEZ from Spain Reply
hi, I am the chairman of a veteran (over 35) football association that organises social football tournaments in spain and play games abroad. we are organising a interantional charity tournament in mazarron, spain the last weekend of september 2013. If you are interested, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pawel from United States Reply
Cracovia RULES !!!!!
Vini from Albania Reply
anyone know how is finished Fc Volendam vs Cracovia??!
WebMaster FC Volendam from Netherlands Reply
Welcome to FC Volendam next wendsday 13/7, for the soccer game
Florin from Romania Reply
Shame of soccer this team! Shame Shame Shame! This team is corupt!
me from Cyprus Reply
I slept with one of the players in the imperial last night 10/10
nikola from Serbia Reply
does anyone know how much the cracovia football uniforme cost(in euros)? please answer me on email@example.com thanks
Rob from United States Reply
Referring to my earlier message about Sheffield FC playing Cracovia I have now found out that we (Sheffield FC) are actually playing Liga 3 side KS Hutnik Krakow instead.
Barry from United Kingdom Reply
There is a sports shop on grodska, past prozac on the left hand side walking towards wawel, you should be able to get one in there, sorry i dont know the name of it.
Henryk from United Kingdom Reply
Does anybody know where you can buy a Cracovia top from? Nobody seems to be selling them on the internet.
Ben from United Kingdom Reply
I read that Pope John Paul II supported Cracovia. Is that true?
Rob from United Kingdom Reply
My team, Sheffield FC are the FIFA recognised oldest team in the world, and we are 152 years old!. On 25 July 09 we are playing a friendly in Cracow against Cracovia?. Should be an interesting match as we play in Unibond League 1 south which is 8 divisions below the Premiership
Alain and Tim from Belgium Reply
Tomorrow we go by car to Krakow(1300 km)for a long weekend city trip and of course "the Holy War" Wisla-Cracovia derby on Sunday 22/03. We wonder what an experience this will be, reading all the stories about the violence around this derby. We hope there also will be Cracovia fans in the stadium. Can anyone from there tell us more about a good pub for atmosphere before the match ? And is it dangerous around the ground ?
Julka from Albania Reply
CRACOVIA CRACOVIA CRACOVIA !!!!! BEST CLUB IN KRAKOW 2009
Matt Harland from United Kingdom Reply
Forgot to leave my details: email firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt Harland from United Kingdom Reply
Hi, we are a student football team from Scotland and are looking to play a friendly match against a local side from Cracow. We are in Crakow from 29th March- 2nd April. Please email me if you want a friendly match. Thanks, Matt.
Thomas from France Reply
Hello, If someone organise football match in cracow, I would like to play so please contact me at 880 011 334. Thank you
chris stephen from United Kingdom Reply
i have a group of veterans 47years plus and we are coming over on the 19th sept for 3 days. we would like to play any team of the same age in a friendly football match. we are from scotland and have been playing abroad for a number of times. is there anyone out there up for a challange and a good laugh? please get in touch as soon as possible.i can then rate your country
darryl from United Kingdom Reply
hi we are a veterans football team average age 46 looking to come to krakow june 2009 to play some fooball against a local veterans team would like to here from any team interested many thanks daz
keith from United Kingdom Reply
hi we are in krakow in early november can you tell me what football team is playing at home
from United States Reply
wisla krakow alela krolowa wszystkich polakow.Derby 2-1 wygrala!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Old Ignatian FC from United Kingdom Reply
Hello, we are a english amateur football team coming to Cracow in May 2008. If any teams would like to play us in a firnedly match please cointact us at www.oifc.co.uk
wieslaw zolty from United States Reply
Cracovia najlepszy klub w Polsce . Pasy nie mieszkam w Polsce 15 lat ale bylem jestem i do konca swego zycia na zawsze zostane kibicem kochanej CRACOVI !!!!!! . Pozdrawiam wszystkich fanow PASOW . Maly new york
Cracow Life from Poland Reply
Hi, We mention Wisla as well on our general sports page: http://www.cracow-life.com/poland/krakow-sport Cheers, The Cracow Life Team
Youzeck from Poland Reply
Did you forget about someting? There is one more football club in Cracow. It's Wisla Cracow and I give you my word that it's better than Cracovia and it has the best fans in Poland. So, go to the work and shape up your web site.
Dinth from Poland Reply
Visit also http://www.wikipasy.pl - KS Cracovia online encyclopedia. We have now english version http://en.wikipasy.pl
Cuba from Poland Reply
Wis?a! Wis?a! Wis?a!
matthew kolasa from United Kingdom Reply
krakow and there football teams are an experience i will never forget! im soon to be in krakow once again to visit my girlfriend,i love the city,the people and the way of living and togetherness on and of the pitch,im an english with polish decent and a beutiful one at that! take care and greetings from nottingham england uk
kris from United States Reply
.....we do whotever is clever....clever is to be a fun of CRACOVIA Ps. thanks curitiba fun & anka-bratislava PASY 4 EVER !!!
Marcos Caiafa from Brazil Reply
Cracovia... So far from Curitiba, Brazil - the most "polish" of the brazilian cities. The Pope was here, in ´80. We created a very beautiful park, "o Bosque do Papa" (Pope´s Park), with a little chapel consagrated to Our Lady of Cestokowa. Cracovia ! The team of our beloved Pope ! Our Saint John Paul II ! Our "João de Deus" (John of God). Fans of Cracovia, all the best for you ! (My team in Brazil is Coritiba FC a good choice for all of you...)
anka from Slovak Republic Reply
I love Cracovia ! more then my boyfrend, when is your next match?Greetings from Bratislava.
karol from Poland Reply
At last !!!!!!Great,im glad tou supporting my favourite club! VIVA CRACOVIA !