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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.
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).
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.
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: email@example.com
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 ?
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
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
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...)