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 Achievements

National Achievements:

·  Polish Champion

1927, 1928,1949, 1950, 1978, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2011

·  Polish League Champion

1951

·  Polish League Runner-Up

1923, 1930, 1931, 1936, 1947, 1948, 1966, 1981, 2000, 2002, 2006, 2010

·  3rd Place In Polish League

1925, 1929, 1933, 1934, 1938, 1953, 1976, 1991, 1998

·  Polish Cup Winner

1926, 1967, 2002, 2003

·  Polish Cup Finnalist

1951, 1954, 1979, 1984, 2000, 2008

·  League Cup Winner

2001

·  Polish Supercup Winner

2001

·  Polish Youth League Winner

2008

·  Junior League Champion

1936, 1937, 1958, 1975, 1976, 1982, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2014

·  Krakow Shield Cup

1974, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1989

·  Jagiellonian University Principal’s Cup

1993


International Achievements:

·  2011/12

1/16 final Europa League:
Europa League Group Stage:





Champions League Qualifications 4th stage:
Champions League Qualifications 3rd stage:
Champions League Qualifications 1st stage:

Wisła Kraków – Standard Liege (1:1, 0:0)
Wisła Kraków – Twente Enschede (2:1)
Odense BK – Wisła Kraków (1:2)
Fulham FC – Wisła Kraków (4:1)
Wisła Kraków – Fulham FC (1:0)
Twente Enschede – Wisła Kraków (4:1)
Wisła Kraków – Odense BK (1:3)
Wisła Kraków – APOEL Nikozja (1:0, 1:3)
Litex Łowecz – Wisła Kraków (1:2, 1:3)
Skonto Ryga – Wisła Kraków (0:1, 0:2)

·  2010/11

Europa League Qualifications 3rd stage:
Europa League Qualifications 2nd stage:

Wisła – FK Karabach (0:1, 2:3)
FC Šiauliai – Wisła (0:2, 0:5)

·  2009/10

Champions League Qualifications 2nd stage:

Wisła – Levadia Tallin (1:1, 0:1)

·  2008/09

UEFA Cup 1st stage: 
Champions League Qualifications 3rd stage:

Champions League Qualifications 2nd stage:

Wisła – Tottenham Londyn (1:2, 1:1)
Wisła – FC Barcelona (0:4, 1:0)
Wisła – Beitar Jerozolima (1:2, 5:0)

·  2007/08

The Chicago Trophy Final

Wisła – Sevilla FC (1:0)

·  2006/07

UEFA Cup Group Stage:



UEFA Cup 1st stage:
 
UEFA Cup Qualifications 2nd stage:

Feyenoord Rotterdam – Wisła (3:1)
Wisła – FC Basel (3:1)
AS Nancy – Wisła (2:1)
Wisła – Blackburn Rovers (1:2)
Wisła – Iraklis Saloniki (0:1, 2:0)
Wisła – SV Mattersburg (1:1, 1:0)

·  2005/06

UEFA Cup Qualifications 3rd stage:
UEFA Cup 1st stage:

Wisła – Panathinaikos Ateny (3:1, 1:4 po dogrywce)
Wisła – Vitoria Guimaraes (0:3, 0:1)

·  2004/05

UEFA Cup 1st stage :
Champions League Qualifications 3rd stage:
Champions League Qualifications 2nd stage:

Wisła – Dynamo Tbilisi (4:3, 1:2)
Wisła – Real Madryt (0:2, 1:3)
Wisła – WIT Georgia Tbilisi (8:2, 3:0)

·  2003/04

UEFA Cup 2nd stage:
UEFA Cup 1st stage:
Champions League Qualifications 3rd stage:
Champions League Qualifications 2nd stage:

Wisła – Vaalerenga Oslo (0:0, 0:0, k. 3-4)
Wisła – NEC Nijmegen (2:1, 2:1)
Wisła – Anderlecht Bruksela (1:3, 0:1)
Wisła – Omonia Nikozja (5:2, 2:2)

·  2002/03

UEFA Cup 4th stage:
UEFA Cup 3rd stage:
UEFA Cup 2nd stage:
UEFA Cup 1st stage:
UEFA Cup Qualifications 3rd stage:

Wisła – Lazio Rzym (3:3, 1:2)
Wisła – Schalke 04 Gelsenkirchen (1:1, 4:1)
Wisła – AC Parma (1:2, 4:1)
Wisła – NK Primorje Ajdovscina (2:0, 6:1)
Wisła – Glentoran Belfast (2:0, 4:0)

·  2001/02

UEFA Cup 2nd stage:
UEFA Cup 1st stage:
Champions League Qualifications 3rd stage:

Champions League Qualifications 2nd stage:

Wisła – Inter Mediolan (0:2, 1:0)
Wisła – Hajduk Split (2:2, 1:0)
Wisła – FC Barcelona (3:4, 0:1)
Wisła – Skonto Ryga (2:1, 1:0)

·  2000/01    

UEFA Cup 2nd stage:
UEFA Cup 1st stage:
UEFA Cup Qualifications 3rd stage:

Wisła – FC Porto (0:0, 0:3)
Wisła – Real Saragossa (1:4, 4:1 k.)
Wisła – Zeljeznicar Sarajewo (0:0, 3:1)

·  1998/99

UEFA Cup 2nd stage:
UEFA Cup 1st stage:
Champions League Qualifications 3rd stage:

Champions League Qualifications 2nd stage:

Wisła – AC Parma (1:1, 1:2)
Wisła – Teatanic Maribor (2:0, 3:0) 
Wisła – Trabzonspor (5:1, 2:1)
Wisła – Newtown (0:0, 7:0)

·  1984/85

Cup Winners’ Cup 2nd stage:
Cup Winners’ Cup 1st stage:

Wisła – Fortuna Sittard (0:2, 2:1)
Wisła – IBV Vestmannyear (4:2, 3:1)

·  1981/82

UEFA Cup 1st stage:

Wisła – Malmoe FF (0:2, 1:3)

·  1978/79

Europa Cup Quarter-Final:
Europa Cup 2nd stage:
Europa Cup 1st stage:

Wisła – Malmoe FF (2:1, 1:4)
Wisła – Zbrojovka Brno (2:2, 1:1)
Wisła – Brugge KV (1:2, 3:1)

·  1976/77

UEFA Cup 2nd stage:
UEFA Cup 1st stage:

Wisła – RWD Molenbeek (1:1, 1:1, k. 4:5)
Wisła – Celtic Glasgow (2:2, 2:0)

·  1967/68

Cup Winners’ Cup 2nd stage:
Cup Winners’ Cup 1st stage:

Wisła – HSV Hamburg (0:1, 0:4)
Wisła – HJK Helsinki (4:1, 4:0)

 

Three times winner of Summer Cup 1970, 1971, 1973

 


Wisła’s Players in Polish National Team

Olympics:

·  1992 – Barcelona

M. Jałocha (srebrny medal)

·  1976 – Montreal

K. Kmiecik, A. Szymanowski (srebrny medal)

·  1972 – Monachium

K. Kmiecik, A. Szymanowski (złoty medal)

·  1952 – Helsinki

Z. Jaśkowski, J. Mamoń

·  1936 – Berlin

J. Reyman, J. Kotlarczyk, W. Kisieliński, E. Madejski

·  1924 – Paris

H. Reyman, Z. Styczeń, M. Wiśniewski

     
World Cup Finals:

·  2006 – Germany

M. Baszczyński, D. Dudka, R. Sobolewski, P. Brożek

·  2002 – Japan/Korea

M. Żurawski, A. Głowacki

·  1982 – Spain

A. Iwan, J. Jałocha, P. Skrobowski – 3. miejsce (medal posrebrzany)

·  1978 – Argentina

A. Iwan, H. Maculewicz, A. Nawałka – 5. miejsce

·  1974 – RFN

A. Musiał, A. Szymanowski, Z. Kapka, K. Kmiecik, M. Kusto – 3. miejsce (medal posrebrzany)

·  1938 – France

E. Madejski (niestowarzyszony)


European Cup Finals:

·  2008 – Austria/Switzerland

D. Dudka, A. Kokoszka, W. Łobodziński

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