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Champions League Europa League. Retrieved from " https: Ekstraklasa seasons —15 in European association football leagues —15 in Polish football.
Qualification to Championship round. Qualification to the Relegation round. Qualification to Champions League second qualifying round. Qualification to Europa League second qualifying round [a].
Qualification to Europa League first qualifying round [a]. Relegation to I liga. Rank Player Club Goals  1. On 4—5 December in Warsaw, representatives from several Polish clubs met for the purpose of discussing the creation of a league.
It is unknown where the idea of a Polish league originated from, however a national league was thought to be a much more practical solution than hitherto practiced two-stage system of regional matches followed by a national match.
However, it turned out that virtually all but one of the Polish clubs supported the idea. The creation of the League was announced on 1 March Cetnarowski was a personality known not only in Poland, but also in other countries.
It was due to his efforts that in September , Cracovia toured Spain, drawing 1—1 with Barcelona and losing 0—1 to Real Madrid.
Games of the first championships started on 3 April All major teams except for Cracovia took part in it. This is the list of the teams in the order they finished in November This rivalry was treated very seriously, not only by the two sides involved, but also by the whole nation.
Some time in the fall of in Katowice, an ill-fated game between 1. Stakes were very high — the winner would become the champion.
In Cracovia finally decided to enter the league, which was gladly accepted by all fans of football. This was also the last year of 1.
The team finished fifth, to be relegated forever at the end of season. As a result of the decision, Warta with 33 points became the champion, Garbarnia finished second with 32 points and Klub Turystow was relegated.
The champion, Garbarnia, was unique as this was the first time that the league had been won by a side whose all players had been bought from other teams.
The point of gravity slowly moved towards west — to Polish part of Upper Silesia, which had belonged to Poland since see: Ruch Wielkie Hajduki completely dominated the league, being the champion for four times in a row.
Ruch, with such excellent players as Teodor Peterek , Ernest Wilimowski and Gerard Wodarz was by far the best team in those years. For example, in it finished seven points ahead of second Cracovia.
Other important teams of these years were: In and there were 12 teams in the League. In this number was cut to 11 and in — to Football officials did it on purpose — with fewer teams, the competition was supposed to be harder, which would attract fans to the stadiums.
In late the league held its games in the spring-summer-fall system fans were shocked to find that Cracovia, the legend of this sport, was relegated to the A-class.
By 31 August , after some 12 games, Ruch was the leader of the team League. Last games of this summer occurred on 20 August.
Then, a break was planned, because the National Team was going to play a few international friendlies. Games were to be re-introduced on 10 September.
This is the list of the ten teams that participated in last, historic games for championships of interwar Poland. Teams are presented according to their position on the table, as of 31 August As a result of the Second World War, the borders of Poland changed significantly.
Polish areas annexed by the Soviet Union. There are 16 clubs in the Ekstraklasa. During the course of the season each club plays the others twice, once at their home stadium and once at that of their opponents, for a total of 30 games games in the season.
Each team plays seven more games teams ranked 1—4 and 9—12 play four times at home. The —17 season was last when teams started an extra round with half the points rounded up achieved during the first phase of 30 matches.
The changes extend the season to total of matches played. Abandoned due to the outbreak of World War II. The following table lists the league champions by the Polish voivodeship regions current, valid since The all-time league table consists off all the teams that once participated in the Ekstraklasa.
Data from the — —17 seasons. Bold - indicates teams currently playing in the Ekstraklasa —18 season. An equal number of points on the basis of their goal difference, then greater number of goals scored.
In seasons — —95 for a win awarded 2 points and 1 point for a draw. In seasons —87 — —90 for win at least three goals difference additionally awarded 1 point, while a losses at least 3 goals difference subtracted one point.