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Lechia Gdańsk
Lechia gdansk
Full name Klub Sportowy Lechia Gdańsk SA
Nickname(s) Gdańskie Lwy (Gedanian Lions),

Biało-Zieloni (White-Greens)

Short name Lechia
Founded 1945
Ground Stadion Energa Gdańsk
(Capacity: 43,165)
Chairman Flag of Poland Adam Mandziara
Manager Flag of Wales Adam Owen
Current League Ekstraklasa 
2015-16 Ekstraklasa, 5th
Website Club home page

Lechia Gdańsk (Polish pronunciation: [ˈlɛxʲa ˈɡdaɲsk]) is a Polish football club based in Gdańsk. The club's name comes from Lechia, a poetic name for Poland. The club was founded by people expelled from Lwów, who were supporters of the oldest Polish football team Lechia Lwów, founded in 1903. Founded in 1945, Lechia was a powerhouse in Polish football during the mid-1950s. Next decades were lean, the team returned to form in the early 1980s, winning a Cup of Poland, a Super Cup, and playing in the UEFA Cup Winners Cup, where it lost in 1st round to Juventus. In May 2008 the club was promoted again to the Ekstraklasa.

Ekstraklasa 2016-17

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