Named after the founder of the Polish nation Lech Poznan are based in Poznan in the Wielkopolska region of Poland. Lech play their home games at the 43,000 capacity Miejski Stadium. Established in 1922 as Lutnia Debiec, they have changed their name several times since. It wasn't until 1948 that KKS Lech Poznan made it to the top tier of Polish football, they had their most succesful times in the early eighties.
Nicknamed the Railwayman (Kolejorz) as they were linked to the Polish railways from 1933 to 1994, Lech Poznan wear blue shirts, blue shorts and white socks for their home matches.
Lech Poznan modernise their trademark blue home shirt through a striped kit template with gradient effects. Released as part of Lech Poznan's preparations for the upcoming Polish season, the club's all-new home shirt uses added white strokes alongside their recognised colour of royal blue to crea [...]
Polish outfit Lech Poznan have officially launched their new home kit for the 2015-16 season [...]
Lech Poznan is a Polish football club from the city of Poznan in West-Central Poland [...]
Lech Poznan is a Polish football club playing in the Ekstraklasa, the top division in Poland [...]
Lech have made infrequent appearances in European competition, notable matches include losing on penalties to Barcelona in the 88/89 Cup Winners' Cup and in 2010/11 finishing runners-up to Manchester City in Group A in the Europa League, knocking out Italian giants Juventus in the process.
The club's biggest ever win was 11-1 versus Szombierki Bytom in August 1950 and Teodor Aniola holds the record for the most number of goals in the Ekstraklasa with 141.