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Ruch Chorzów

Ruch Chorzów
Full name Ruch Chorzów S.A.
Nickname(s) Niebiescy (The Blues),
Niebieska eRka (The Blue R),
HKS (from Hutniczy KS)
Founded 20 April 1920 (1920-04-20)
Ground Stadion Miejski
Ground Capacity 10,000[1]
Chairman Dariusz Smagorowicz
Manager Waldemar Fornalik
League Ekstraklasa
2014–15 10th
Website Club home page

Ruch Chorzów (Polish pronunciation: ) is a Polish association football club based in Chorzów, Upper Silesia. It is one of the most successful football teams in Poland: 14 time national champion, and 3 time winner of the Polish Cup. Currently the team plays in the top Polish league, the Ekstraklasa. Their stadium capacity is 10,000 seats. Ruch Chorzów has also had a very successful female handball team (9 time national champions).

Contents

  • History 1
  • Achievements 2
  • Current squad 3
    • Out on loan 3.1
  • Managerial history 4
  • Ruch in Europe 5
  • Notes 6
  • References 7
  • External links 8

History

The club was founded on 20 April 1920 in Hajduki Wielkie (then Bismarckhütte). It was known as Ruch Hajduki Wielkie until 1938, with Ruch (a common noun for motion) being sometimes interpreted by Polish patriots as a cover reference to the Silesian Uprisings. The club's first match, a 3:1 win against Orzeł Józefowiec, was played on 3 May 1920. In early 1939, the municipality of Hajduki Wielkie merged with Chorzów, which led to the club taking on its current name Ruch Chorzów. After the German occupation of Poland in 1939, the club was renamed Bismarckhütter SV 99 and joined the Gauliga Oberschlesien in 1941; however, it reverted to its old name in 1945.[2] In 1948, under communist pressure (Stalinisation), the club was renamed Unia Chorzów, in 1955 it became Unia-Ruch, and finally in 1956 returned to the name Ruch. The current team sponsor is the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity.

Achievements

Current squad

As of 25 August 2015.[3]
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Kamil Lech
2 DF Mateusz Cichocki
4 MF Łukasz Surma
5 MF Marek Zieńczuk
6 MF Michał Szewczyk
7 MF Maciej Iwański
8 MF Artur Lenartowski
9 FW Adam Setla (on loan from Nadwiślan Góra)
10 MF Patryk Lipski
11 FW Michał Efir
13 MF Roland Gigolayev
14 DF Michał Koj
15 DF Martin Konczkowski
No. Position Player
17 MF Maciej Urbańczyk
18 FW Mariusz Stępiński
19 MF Tomasz Podgórski
20 DF Marek Szyndrowski
23 DF Paweł Oleksy
27 MF Kamil Mazek
29 MF Kamil Włodyka
30 GK Matúš Putnocký
39 DF Michał Helik
51 DF Rafał Grodzicki (captain)
66 MF Miłosz Trojak
84 GK Wojciech Skaba
97 FW Łukasz Siedlik

Out on loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
FW Mateusz Kwiatkowski (on loan at Legionovia Legionowo)

Managerial history

[4]

 
Name From To
Gustav Wieser Oct 1934 July 1935
Gunther Ringer Aug 1936 Nov 1937
Ferenc Fogl June 1938 Jan 1939
Péter Szabó Jan 1939 July 1939
František Dembický Jan 1948 Dec 1948
Gerard Wodarz July 1949 Dec 1949
Ryszard Koncewicz Jan 1950 June 1952
Ewald Cebula July 1952 June 1954
Adam Niemiec July 1954 Dec 1956
Mikołaj Beljung Feb 1957 Oct 1957
Czesław Suszczyk Oct 1957 Dec 1957
Janos Steiner Jan 1958 Dec 1958
Ewald Cebula Jan 1959 Dec 1959
Janos Steiner Jan 1960 May 1960
Ewald Cebula May 1960 June 1960
Lajos Szolar June 1960 Dec 1960
Gerard Wodarz Jan 1961 April 1961
Gerard Cieślik April 1961 July 1961
Sándor Tátrai July 1961 Oct 1963
Franciszek Tim Oct 1963 Nov 1963
Augustyn Dziwisz Dec 1963 Sept 1964
Artur Woźniak Sept 1964 June 1966
Teodor Wieczorek July 1966 April 1969
Eugeniusz Pohl
Hubert Pala
May 1969 June 1969
Jerzy Nikiel July 1969 Nov 1969
Tadeusz Foryś Dec 1969 June 1971
Hubert Pala June 1971 June 1971
Michal Vičan July 1971 April 1976
Rudolf Kapera April 1976 June 1976
Frantisek Havranek July 1976 Oct 1977
Teodor Wieczorek Oct 1977 June 1978
Leszek Jezierski June 1978 Nov 1980
 
Name From To
Antoni Piechniczek Nov 1980 Jan 1981
Józef Zwierzyna Jan 1981 Sept 1981
Piotr Czaja Sept 1981 May 1982
Orest Lenczyk 1 July 1982 1 Feb 1984
Alojzy Łysko Feb 1984 Dec 1984
Władysław Jan Żmuda 1 Jan 1985 1 May 1987
Jacek Góralczyk April 1987 May 1987
Jacek Machciński May 1987 July 1987
Jerzy Wyrobek 1 July 1987 1 July 1990
Zdzisław Podedworny July 1990 March 1991
Edward Lorens 1 April 1991 1 May 1994
Albin Wira 3 May 1994 4 May 1995
Jerzy Wyrobek 5 May 1995 23 Sept 1996
Orest Lenczyk 24 Sept 1996 23 March 1999
Edward Lorens 23 March 1999 30 June 2000
Jan Żurek 1 July 2000 21 Aug 2000
Jan Rudnow Aug 2000 Dec 2000
Bogusław Pietrzak 1 Dec 2000 11 April 2002
Orest Lenczyk 11 April 2002 9 Oct 2002
Piotr Mandrysz 10 Oct 2002 30 June 2003
Jerzy Wyrobek 1 July 2003 5 May 2005
Dariusz Fornalak 5 May 2005 22 Nov 2005
Edward Lorens 22 Nov 2005 27 Nov 2005
Marek Wleciałowski 28 Nov 2005 15 June 2007
Dusan Radolsky 15 June 2007 10 Sept 2008
Bogusław Pietrzak 10 Sept 2008 27 April 2009
Waldemar Fornalik 27 April 2009 10 July 2012
Tomasz Fornalik 12 July 2012 5 Sept 2012
Jacek Zielinski 5 Sept 2012 16 Sept 2013
Dariusz Fornalak (int.) 16 Sept 2013 18 Sept 2013
Ján Kocian 18 Sept 2013 6 Oct 2014
Waldemar Fornalik 7 Oct 2014

Ruch in Europe

Season Competition Round Club Score
1972/73 UEFA Cup 1R Fenerbahçe SK 3–0, 0–1
2R Dynamo Dresden 0–1, 0–3
1973/74 UEFA Cup 1R Wuppertaler SV 4–1, 4–5
2R FC Carl Zeiss Jena 3–0, 0–1
3R Budapest Honvéd FC 0–2, 5–0
1/4F Feyenoord Rotterdam 1–1, 1–3
1974/75 European Cup 1R Hvidovre IF 0–0, 2–1
2R Fenerbahçe SK 2–1, 2–0
1/4F AS Saint-Étienne 3–2, 0–2
1975/76 European Cup 1R KuPS 5–0, 2–2
2R PSV Eindhoven 1–3, 0–4
1979/80 European Cup 1R Dynamo Berlin 1–4, 0–0
1989/90 European Cup 1R CSKA Sofia 1–1, 1–5
1996/97 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Q Llansantffraid 1–1, 5–0
1R S.L. Benfica 1–5, 0–0
1998 Intertoto Cup 1R FK Austria Wien 1–0, 2–2
2R Örgryte IS 1–2, 1–0
3R C.F. Estrela da Amadora 1–1, 1–1
4R Debreceni VSC 1–0, 3–0
5R Bologna F.C. 1909 0–1, 0–2
2000/01 UEFA Cup Q FK Žalgiris Vilnius 1–2, 6–0
1R Internazionale Milano F.C. 0–3, 1–4
2010/11 UEFA Europa League 1Q FC Shakhter Karagandy 2–1, 1–0
2Q Valletta F.C. 1–1, 0–0
3Q FK Austria Wien 1–3, 0–3
2012/13 UEFA Europa League 2Q Metalurg Skopje 3–1, 3–0
3Q Viktoria Plzeň 0–2, 0–5
2014/15 UEFA Europa League 2Q FC Vaduz 3–2, 0–0
3Q Esbjerg 0–0, 2–2
4Q Metalist Kharkiv 0–0,0–1 (a.e.t)

Notes

  1. ^ http://www.ruchchorzow.com.pl/?page=klub-stadion
  2. ^ Ruch Chorzów profile Albion Road, accessed: 15 April 2009
  3. ^ "Pierwsza drużyna" (in Polish). Ruch Chorzów. Retrieved 2 August 2015. 
  4. ^ Encyklopedia piłkarska FUJI, kolekcja klubów, tom I: Ruch Chorzów, Andrzej Gowarzewski, Katowice 1995; s. 66

References

  • Gowarzewski Andrzej, Głyk Wioletta (2000). O tytuł mistrza Polski 1920–2000 (in Polish). GiA,  
  • Gowarzewski Andrzej, Waloszek Joachim (1995). Ruch Chorzów: 75 lat "Niebieskich" (in Polish). GiA,  
  • Bagier Tadeusz, Dutkowski Zbigniew, Kraszkiewicz Mirosław (1970). Pięćdziesiąt lat Klubu Sportowego "Ruch" Chorzów (in Polish). Wydawnictwo Artystyczno-Graficzne  
  • Gorzelany Franciszek, Miklica Bogusław (); et al. (1960). 40-lecie Klubu Sportowego "Ruch" Chorzów (in Polish). Wydawnictwo "Prasa"  
  • Collective work under Henryk Rechowicz editorial (1994). Z najnowszych dziejów kultury fizycznej i turystyki (in Polish). Wydawnictwo AWF  
  • Collective work (2000). 80 lat OZPN [Okręgowego Związku Piłki Nożnej] Katowice: 1920–2000 (in Polish). GiA,  
  • Kurek Jacek (2001). Historia Wielkich Hajduk (in Polski). Związek Górnośląski. Koło "Wielkie Hajduki", Rococo  
  • Gowarzewski Andrzej (2001). Biało-czerwoni : piłkarska reprezentacja Polski 1921–2001 : ludzie mecze fakty daty (in Polish). GiA,  
  • Gowarzewski Andrzej, Waloszek Joachim (1996). 75 lat OZPN [Okręgowego Związku Piłki Nożnej] Katowice: 1920–1995, ludzie, historia, fakty (in Polish). GiA,  
  • Czapliński Marek (red.) (2002). Historia Śląska (in Polish). Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego,  

External links

  • Official website (Polish)
  • Fansite (Polish)


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