Poland - List of Champions


Prior to the first national club championship organised in 1920 (which was abandoned due to the Soviet War), a few regional tournaments were organised before the first World War.

See also the final tables 1920-2001.


1920      abandoned
1921    Cracovia Kraków
1922    Pogon Lwów
1923    Pogon Lwów
1924      not played
1925    Pogon Lwów
1926    Pogon Lwów
1927    Wisla Kraków
1928    Wisla Kraków
1929    Warta Poznan
1930    Cracovia Kraków
1931    Garbarnia Kraków
1932    Cracovia Kraków
1933    Ruch Chorzów
1934    Ruch Chorzów
1935    Ruch Chorzów
1936    Ruch Chorzów
1937    Cracovia Kraków
1938    Ruch Chorzów
1939      not finished (due to war)
1940      not played
1941      not played
1942      not played
1943      not played
1944      not played
1945      not played
1946    Polonia Warszawa
1947    Warta Poznan
1948    Cracovia Kraków
1949    Wisla Kraków
1950    Wisla Kraków
1951    Ruch Chorzów       [1]
1952    Ruch Chorzów
1953    Ruch Chorzów
1954    Polonia Bytom
1955    Legia Warszawa
1956    Legia Warszawa
1957    Górnik Zabrze
1958    LKS Lódz
1959    Górnik Zabrze
1960    Ruch Chorzów
1961    Górnik Zabrze
1962    Polonia Bytom
1962/63 Górnik Zabrze
1963/64 Górnik Zabrze
1964/65 Górnik Zabrze
1965/66 Górnik Zabrze
1966/67 Górnik Zabrze
1967/68 Ruch Chorzów
1968/69 Legia Warszawa
1969/70 Legia Warszawa
1970/71 Górnik Zabrze
1971/72 Górnik Zabrze
1972/73 Stal Mielec
1973/74 Ruch Chorzów
1974/75 Ruch Chorzów
1975/76 Stal Mielec
1976/77 Slask Wroclaw
1977/78 Wisla Kraków
1978/79 Ruch Chorzów
1979/80 Szombierki Bytom
1980/81 Widzew Lódz
1981/82 Widzew Lódz
1982/83 Lech Poznan
1983/84 Lech Poznan
1984/85 Górnik Zabrze
1985/86 Górnik Zabrze
1986/87 Górnik Zabrze
1987/88 Górnik Zabrze
1988/89 Ruch Chorzów
1989/90 Lech Poznan
1990/91 Zaglebie Lubin
1991/92 Lech Poznan
1992/93 Lech Poznan        [2]
1993/94 Legia Warszawa
1994/95 Legia Warszawa
1995/96 Widzew Lódz
1996/97 Widzew Lódz
1997/98 LKS-Ptak Lódz      
1998/99 Wisla Kraków
1999/00 Polonia Warszawa
2000/01 Wisla Kraków
2001/02 Legia Warszawa
2002/03 Wisla Kraków
2003/04 Wisla Kraków
2004/05 Wisla Kraków
2005/06 Legia Warszawa
2006/07 Zaglebie Lubin
2007/08 Wisla Kraków
2008/09 Wisla Kraków
2009/10 Lech Poznan
2010/11 Wisla Kraków
2011/12 Slask Wroclaw 
2012/13 Legia Warszawa
2013/14 

[1] Wisla Kraków won the league season, but Ruch Chorzów (who had finished
    sixth) were proclaimed champions because of their cup win.
[2] Lech Poznan proclaimed champions after Legia Warszawa and LKS Lódz (who
    finished first and second) were penalised because of match fixing
    allegations.

Number of Championships (85):

14 Górnik Zabrze 
   Ruch Chorzów

13 Wisla Kraków  

 9 Legia Warszawa

 6 Lech Poznan

 5 Cracovia Kraków 

 4 Pogon Lwów 
   Widzew Lódz

 2 LKS Lódz 
   Polonia Bytom
   Polonia Warszawa  
   Slask Wroclaw 
   Stal Mielec 
   Warta Poznan
   Zaglebie Lubin
 
 1 Garbarnia Kraków 
   Szombierki Bytom



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