Wojciech Łobodziński Soccer Midfielder
Wojciech Łobodziński (Polish pronunciation: [ˈvɔjtɕɛx wɔbɔˈdʑiɲski]; born 20 October 1982 in Bydgoszcz), is a Polish footballer who plays as a midfielder for ŁKS Łódź. Łobodziński started playing football with Zawisza Bydgoszcz. In 1999 he joined Stomil Olsztyn where he made a debut in the Ekstraklasa. Subsequently, Łobodziński moved to Wisła Płock where he played until 2003. Then he played for Zagłębie Lubin and helped the team win Ekstraklasa championship in 2006–07 season. In 2008 Łobodziński moved to Wisła Kraków where he played until 2011, winning the Ekstraklasa title three times. In 2012 he joined another Ekstraklasa outfit, ŁKS Łódź. He was part of the Polish U-16 team that placed second at the UEFA U-16 Championship in 1999 as well as the U-18 team that won the UEFA U-18 Championship in 2001. On 6 December 2006, he made his debut for the senior side of his country in the 5:2 victory against United Arab Emirates in a friendly match. Łobodziński was selected for the Polish Euro 2008 squad, appearing in all three group stage matches in an eventual group stage exit.
|Date of birth|
|October 20th, 1982|
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Wisła Kraków Football
Wisła Kraków (Polish pronunciation: [ˈvʲiswa ˈkrakuf]) is a football club based in Kraków, Poland. Wisła contends in Ekstraklasa, the top level of Polish professional football competition. Wisła Kraków is one of the oldest and most successful Polish football clubs. It ranks third in the number of national titles won (13) behind Górnik Zabrze and Ruch Chorzów (14) and second as far as all time victories. Wisła was founded in 1906 under the name TS Wisła (pol. Towarzystwo Sportowe Wisła). The club's coat of arms is a white star on a red background crossed by a blue ribbon. Wisła Kraków has been one of the most successful football teams in Poland in recent years, winning 8 Polish league championships since 1999. Along with league titles Wisła also won the Polish Cup on 4 occasions. Wisła also enjoyed some success in European competition in the 1970s, reaching the quarter-finals in the 1978-79 European Cup and winning the UEFA Intertoto Cup in 1969, 1970, and 1973. Wisła Kraków was founded in May 1906 when students of the Second Practical School in Kraków, inspired by their professor Tadeusz Łopuszański, formed a football team.
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Stadion Miejski, Kraków