KŚ AZS Wrocław

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KŚ AZS Wrocław was a women's football team based in Wrocław, Poland. The football team was officially a part of the Wrocław University of Science and Technology's sporting section, called AZS-AWF Wrocław (founded in 1976). The ladies football club section of AZS-AWF Wrocław was founded in 1997 and quickly became a dominant force in women's football in Poland. During their 23 years as a club they won the Polish Championship eight times, with all eight titles being won consecutively from 2001–2008. They also finished second twice and finished third four times. As a club they didn't finish outside of the top three between 2000–2011. AZS Wrocław have also had success in the Polish Cup, winning the competition four times. On 13 May 2020 it was announced that AZS Wrocław had reached an agreement with Śląsk Wrocław with the Śląsk Wrocław ladies team taking AZS Wrocław's place in the Ekstraliga.[1]

KŚ AZS Wrocław
Full nameKlub Środowiskowy Akademicki Związek Sportowy Wrocław
Nickname(s)czerwono-białe
(red and whites)
Founded1 July 1997; 24 years ago (1 July 1997)
Dissolved13 May 2020; 18 months ago (13 May 2020)
GroundBoisko kompleksu hotelowo-rekreacyjnego GEM, Wrocław
Capacity400
LeagueEkstraliga Kobiet
2019–209th
WebsiteClub website

Club namesEdit

  • Klub Środowiskowy Akademickiego Związku Sportowego Wrocław (1997–2006)
  • Akademickiego Związku Sportowego Volksbank Leasing Wrocław (2006–2007)
  • Klub Środowiskowy Akademickiego Związku Sportowego Wrocław (2007–2010)
  • Klub Sportowy Akademicki Związek Sportowy Wrocław (2010–2020)

HonoursEdit

Ekstraliga

  • Winners (8): 2000–01, 2001–02, 2002–03, 2003–04, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2006–07, 2007–08
  • Runners–up (2): 1999–2000, 2008–09
  • Third place (4): 1997–98, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2013–14

Polish Cup

  • Winners (4): 2002–03, 2003–04, 2006–07, 2008–09
  • Runners–up (3): 2001–02, 2005–06, 2013–14

SeasonsEdit

Season League Tier Position Matches Points W D L GF GA Cup Europe
2001–02 Ekstraliga I 1 of 10 18 51 17 0 1 103 11 [2] Runners-up [3] Group stage
2002–03 Ekstraliga 1 of 9 16 46 15 1 0 91 9 [4] Winners [5] Group stage
2003–04 Ekstraliga 1 of 10 18 52 17 1 0 100 10 [6] Winners [7] Group stage
2004–05 Ekstraliga 1 of 10 18 51 17 0 1 82 9 [8] Quarter-final [9] Qualifying stage
2005–06 Ekstraliga 1 of 6 20 49 15 4 1 76 9 [10] Runners-up [11] Group Stage
2006–07 Ekstraliga 1 of 6 20 51 17 0 3 62 14 [12] Winners [13] Qualifying stage
2007–08 Ekstraliga 1 of 6 20 50 16 2 2 55 8 [14] Round of 16 [15]
2008–09 Ekstraliga 2 of 6 20 45 13 6 1 68 12 [16] Winners [17] Qualifying stage
2009–10 Ekstraliga 3 of 6 20 34 10 4 6 56 27 [18] Semi-final [19]
2010–11 Ekstraliga 3 of 10 18 34 10 4 4 48 21 [20] Semi-final [21]
2011–12 Ekstraliga 5 of 10 18 25 8 1 9 21 26 [22] Semi-final [23]
2012–13 Ekstraliga 4 of 10 18 32 10 2 6 25 15 [24] Round of 16 [25]
2013–14 Ekstraliga 3 of 10 18 33 10 3 5 43 27 [26] Runners-up [27]
2014–15 Ekstraliga 5 of 10 22 32 10 2 10 36 46 [28] Quarter-final [29]
2015–16 Ekstraliga 4 of 12 27 44 13 5 9 50 36 [30] Quarter-final [31]
2016–17 Ekstraliga 6 of 12 27 29 8 5 14 46 50 [32] Round of 16 [33]
2017–18 Ekstraliga 10 of 12 27 24 7 3 17 41 60 [34] First round [35]
2018–19 Ekstraliga 10 of 12 27 19 5 4 18 24 86 [36] First round [37]
2019–20 Ekstraliga 9 of 12 12 12 4 0 8 20 28 [38] Round of 16 [39]

UEFA Competitions RecordEdit

Season Competition Stage Result Opponent
2001-02 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage 7-0   Hapoel Tel Aviv
1-3   Bern
1-2   Arsenal
2002-03 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage 0-2   HJK Helsinki
0-1   Sursee
6-3   Bangor City
2003-04 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage 2-15   Kolbotn
0-3   Juvisy
3-0   University College Dublin
2004-05 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 2-1   Cardiff City
5-1   KÍ Klaksvík
2-0   Metalist Kharkiv
Group Stage 0-5   Torres
1-4   Turbine Potsdam
2-0   Montpellier
2005-06 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 5-0   Arsenal Kharkiv
11-0   AEK Kokkinochovion
1-0   Maccabi Holon FC
Group Stage 1-3   Arsenal
1-3   Brøndby
3-3   Lada Togliatti
2006-07 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 4-1   Skiponjat
0-1   HJK Helsinki
2-2   Zuchwil
2008-09 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 0-1   Naftokhimik Kalush
4-0   Levadia Tallinn
4-0   PAOK

Final squadEdit

As of 9 May 2020

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   POL Anna Bocian
2 DF   POL Karolina Przebierała
4 MF   POL Karolina Wijata
5 MF   POL Joanna Zalwowska
6 DF   POL Karolina Ostrowska
7 DF   POL Katarzyna Sołtys
8 DF   POL Aleksandra Janicka
9 FW   POL Monika Koziarska
10 DF   POL Weronika Aszkiełowicz
11 MF   POL Martyna Lewandowska
13 DF   POL Patrycja Michalczyk
14 MF   POL Dominika Grabowska
14 DF   POL Katarzyna Gozdek
No. Pos. Nation Player
16 DF   POL Angelika Raruk
17 DF   POL Karolina Gradecka
19 FW   POL Anita Turkiewicz
20 MF   POL Dominika Dereń
21 MF   POL Sofia Leaslie Gonzalez
23 MF   POL Aleksandra Jaworek
24 FW   POL Marta Cichosz
25 MF   POL Anna Kornak
26 DF   POL Aleksandra Lewalska
27 MF   POL Joanna Wróblewska
28 MF   POL Magdalena Kaczorowska
33 GK   POL Aleksandra Brzezina

ReferencesEdit

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