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Poland World Cup Football Team

The Poland national football team is the national football team of Poland and is controlled by the Polish Football Association. Poland's home ground is the National Stadium in Warsaw and their current head coach is Adam Nawalka.

One of the most renowned Polish teams was the one of the mid-1970s. Poland held England to a draw in a dramatic match at Wembley Stadium to qualify for the 1974 FIFA World Cup. Poland reached the semi-finals, where the deciding game against the eventual champions Germany resulted in a narrow 0-1 defeat. Just missing out on the final, Poland ended the tournament by defeating Brazil 1-0 to claim third place in the tournament. Striker Grzegorz Lato won the Golden Boot for his seven goals. Poland also finished third in the 1982 tournament, beating France 3-2 in the third-place play-off.

Poland also won the gold medal in the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich; the silver medal in 1976 in Montreal; and a silver medal in 1992 in Barcelona.

Poland first qualified for the UEFA European Championship in 2008. They also qualified automatically for Euro 2012 by virtue of being joint hosts alongside Ukraine. They finished bottom of their group on both occasions. Their first win in the Euros was on 12 June 2016 in a group stage match of Euro 2016 against Northern Ireland. Poland reached the quarterfinals, the team's best result. Poland is currently ranked at 6th in the world, one position below their all-time high from August 2017.

Poland will be playing in Group H with Senegal, Colombia and Japan.


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World Cup record
  • 1930 - Did not enter
  • 1934 - Withdrew during qualifying
  • 1938 - Round 1 (top 15)
  • 1950 - Did not enter
  • 1954 - Withdrew
  • 1958 to 1970 - Did not qualify
  • 1974 - Third place
  • 1978 - Round 2 (quarterfinals)
  • 1982 - Third place
  • 1986 - Round 2 (top 16)
  • 1990 to 1998 - Did not qualify
  • 2002 - Round 1 (top 32)
  • 2006 - Qualified
  • 2010 - Did not qualify
  • 2014 - Did not qualify
European Championship record
  • 1960 to 2004 - Did not qualify
  • 2008 - Group stage
  • 2012 - Group stage
  • 2016 - Quarterfinals

This entry is from Wikipedia, the leading user-contributed encyclopedia.

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