Motor Lublin


Motor Lublin
Motor Lublin
Full name Lubelski Klub Piłkarski
Motor Lublin
Nickname(s) Żółto-Biało-Niebiescy
(Yellow, White and Blues),
Motorowcy
Founded December 1950
Ground MOSiR-Bystrzyca
Lublin, Poland
(Capacity: 13,000)
Chairman Poland Robert Kozłowski
Manager Poland Modest Boguszewski
League II Liga
2008/2009 15th place
Home colours
Away colours
Current season
Motor Lublin - some of the first-team players.
A short training after a match against Polonia Warsaw (won 2:0).

Motor Lublin (Polish pronunciation: [ˈmɔtɔr ˈlublin]) is a Polish professional football team based in Lublin. The club was founded in December 1950 with their nickname The Yellow, White and Blues reflecting their official colours. They currently play in the Polish Second League.

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Historical names

(till 1950) Metalowiec
(since 1950) ZKS Stal Lublin
(since 1957) Robotniczy Klub Sportowy Motor Lublin
(since 1998) Lubelski Klub Piłkarski
(since 2001) LKP Motor Lublin

Honours

  • First league
    • 9 seasons in the First league:
    • 1980/81
    • 1981/82
    • 1983/84
    • 1984/85
    • 1985/86
    • 1986/87
    • 1989/90
    • 1990/91
    • 1991/92
    • 19 seasons in the Second league:
    • 1965/66
    • 1968/69 - 1971/72
    • 1973/74 - 1979/80
    • 1982/83
    • 1987/88 - 1988/89
    • 1992/93 - 1995/96
    • 2007/08
  • Polish Championship U-19
    • Winners in 1971

Supporters

Motor Lublin graffiti by an unknown supporter. Your honour is to defend these colours and to live through their power.

First-team squad

Former Motor Lublin head coach - Ryszard Kuźma.
Among Motor Lublin's former players, Piotr Prędota has made the most appearances and scored the most goals.

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Poland GK Mateusz Oszust
Poland GK Przemysław Mierzwa
Poland DF Damian Falisiewicz
Poland DF Dawid Ptaszyński
Poland DF Grzegorz Krystosiak
Poland DF Tomasz Lenart
Poland DF Michał Maciejewski
Poland DF Krystian Kalinowski
Poland MF Przemysław Żmuda
Poland MF Marcin Syroka
No. Position Player
Poland MF Rafał Król
Poland MF Damian Niemczyk
Brazil MF Sérgio Batata
Poland MF Grzegorz Wojdyga
Poland FW Damian Iracki
Poland FW Marcin Popławski
Poland FW Wojciech Białek
Poland FW Kamil Hempel
Poland FW Marek Fundakowski
Poland FW Dominik Płaza
Poland FW Paweł Adamiec
Poland FW Adrian Sadowski
Poland FW Piotr Prędota

Notable players

1. Poland Władysław Żmuda

2. Poland Jacek Bąk

3. Poland Zygmunt Kalinowski

4. Ryszard Brysiak

5. Poland Leszek Iwanicki

6. Roman Dębiński

7. Andrzej Pop

8. Witold Sokołowski

9. Maciej Famulski

10. Jerzy Krawczyk

File:Oprawa meczu w Lublinie.jpg
Match in Lublin

See also

External links


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