5/05/2018

Poland national team 2018


Information about Poland national team 2018

Information about Poland national team 2018
Information about Poland national team 2018





The Polish Football Association was founded in April 1919 and joined FIFA in 1923, while it was late in joining the European Union (UEFA) organizers until 1954.


The first international match
Poland played their first international match on December 18, 1921, and was hosted by Hungary in the capital Budapest, where they ended in the interests of the owners of the land for a clean goal.

The Poles scored the most impressive result in their history so far in front of the modest San Marino (10-0) in Kielce on 1 April 2009, while the heaviest defeat against Denmark (0-8) in a match in Copenhagen on 26 June 1948.

History of Euro Posts
Despite his relatively respectable history at the World Cup, he has participated in seven events and is third in the 1974 editions of Germany and 1982 in Spain. The Polish team does not have the same reputation as the European Cup, where they were only able to reach the continental competition on two occasions In 2008 on the territory of Switzerland and Austria and in 2012 when Poland hosted the last continental event with its neighbor Ukraine.

In Euro 2008, Poland launched its first story with the Euro. It was a very dark color. The team in their second group, which included Croatia, Germany and Austria, suffered two defeats and one draw to lower their group rankings.

After failing to qualify for the 2010 and Brazil 2014 World Cups, Poland returned to the World Cup finals after booking a ticket to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia ™, beating Montenegro 4-2 to leave Denmark in second place. Match Supplement.

Poland were ahead of Maksynski and Grozyski, but Montenegro made it 2-1 with Kogosa and Tamasvic, but Lefandowski returned to give his country the lead, before Stojkovic sealed the scoring with a fourth goal.

Poland dominated Group E, the best offensive side, when they scored 28 goals, but in defensive terms they scored 14 goals, forcing the team to revise the line before the finals.

After failing to qualify for the 2010 and Brazil 2014 World Cups, Poland returned to the World Cup finals after booking a ticket to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia ™, beating Montenegro 4-2 to leave Denmark in second place. Match Supplement.

Poland were ahead of Maksynski and Grozyski, but Montenegro made it 2-1 with Kogosa and Tamasvic, but Lefandowski returned to give his country the lead, before Stojkovic sealed the scoring with a fourth goal.

Poland dominated Group E, the best offensive side, when they scored 28 goals, but in defensive terms they scored 14 goals, forcing the team to revise the line before the finals.

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