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Several Polish sports organizations have adopted the name Lechia. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Lechia disambiguation.
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Dusan Kuciak D. Eryk Mirus E. Michal Nalepa M. Bartosz Kopacz B. Mario Maloca M. Kristers Tobers K. Rafal Pietrzak R. This is the oldest fan friendship in Polish football.
Games between the two are often called " The Friendship Match ". The two teams have rarely met competitively due to Gryf often playing in the lower regional divisions.
Gryf set up the Amber Cup Tournament , an indoor football tournament which takes place during the winter break. There are many other teams in the Pomeranian province which have friendly relations with Lechia or have sympathies towards the team.
The Tricity Derby which is contested by the two biggest teams in the Pomeranian area has split the teams in the region with many fans backing Lechia in the derby.
The Tricity derby impacts the Pomeranian region as a whole as fans of the smaller clubs in the region will also sympathise with either Arka or Lechia, with some counties being fully behind one of the teams with other counties being split between the two.
In recent years there has been a growing rivalry with Legia Warsaw. While Legia have often been challenging for titles and trophies for much of their history, Lechia have not.
While Lechia has been more competitive in recent years, and are finishing higher in the table, the matches between the two sides is starting to have more importance, with the Lechia home game against Legia often being one of the highest attended games of the season.
Over recent years, however, this fixture hasn't been much of a rivalry due to the teams being in different divisions for many seasons.
This rivalry was at its biggest in the s when the two clubs played each other often in the second tier. The rivalry with Gedania  was at its biggest in the s and s while the rivalry with Polonia  was at its height from the late s to early s.
Due to the current leagues, the teams are in, this is no longer seen as a major rivalry. The Tricity derby is a match between Lechia and Arka Gdynia.
The last time this derby was played was on 27 June The last time this derby was played was on 7 May The stadium is located on ul. The capacity of the stands is 43, spectators,  all seated and roofed.
Construction of the stadium started in and was completed mid The match was relocated from Warsaw because the National Stadium was not ready.
The stadium was also one of the designated venues for the finals of Euro It hosted four matches during the tournament.
Three matches in Group C and one quarter-final were played here. The stadium is most well known for the European Cup game against Juventus where around 40, fans attended the game, just over three times more than the capacity of 12, At the MOSiR Stadium Lechia have an "Avenue of Stars" which commemorates the efforts and success of former players and coaches.
MOSiR Stadium with the main stand on the left. In the first years of the club, Lechia wore green shirts with white shorts and either green or white socks.
Predominantly throughout Lechias history the team has worn all green shirts, however, there were a few seasons in which Lechia wore white as their home colours.
During the —61 season, Lechia wore green and white stripes for the first time. After that season Lechia wore all green shirts until the —03 season when Lechia wore an all-white kit.
Since the turn of the century, Lechia has been more creative with their designs for the home kits. From the team wearing all green home shirts from to , there has since been a return of the green and white stripes for the —12 season, an all-white kit with a green sash on the front for the —14 seasons, as well as the hooped design, which was first worn in the —07, and has since been worn during the —10 seasons, and continuously since the —16 season.
During Lechia's history, the away shirt colours have often always been the opposite of the home shirt. When the home shirt was green, the away was white, and vice versa.
Lechia released an all red third shirt for the —15 season, with an all-red kit being used as the club's away or third colours from to The —19 season saw the introduction of another previously unused colour for a kit.
Lechia wore an all-grey away kit for that season, replacing the all green kit which had been the away kit for the previous season.
This grey kit was used by the team from to and was worn by Lechia in two cup finals. While white and green have always been the club's home colours, Lechia have not always worn these colours while playing at home.
The badge design of Lechia has stayed roughly the same since with only slight changes when the club's name changed or when Lechia had a merger with another club.
The design of the Lechia badge has always been a triangular pennant with the flagpole on the left. The name "Lechia" has always featured on the badge.
In Lechia experienced a major change to their official club badge. The merger with Olimpia Poznan saw the flag featured in a circle with " Olimpia—Lechia Gdansk " featured at the bottom.
After the Polonia merger broke up in , Lechia returned once again to their normal badge design, which has been used continuously since then with only minor changes in The badge was often not worn on the shirts.
They were first worn on the kits in , with a return in After the —64 season the badges did not reappear again until but have featured on every shirt since.
The first symbol to appear on a Lechia shirt was a large white "L" which featured on the shirts for the —48 season. Banners first started to appear at Lechia's MOSiR Stadium in the s with the first Lechia banners made and displayed being "' LECHIA PANY!
Banners have been used to display support for the team, show where the fans are from such as the English fan club,  Malbork, Sopot, etc.
During the communist era of the club's history, it was owned and run by employment sectors. Under Wernze's wings are also the German clubs Viktoria Köln and Lok Leipzig.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. The players below played for their respective countries at any point during their career with the dates showing their time with Lechia.
The Amber Cup Tournament created  is the biggest indoor footballing event in Poland, taking place in January during the football leagues' winter break.
In its early years the second team was only used for games in the Polish Cup , fielding teams in four cup competitions in their first 50 years as a club.
The purpose of the second team was to provide more playing experience for the younger players, while providing game time for players returning from injury.
The second team played for 11 continuous seasons, achieving their highest result of 2nd in the III liga in the —15 season.
In it was announced that the second team was to be discontinued  before it was reintroduced again for the start of the —19 season. In it was announced that all of the youth teams would once again be returning to Lechia, with Lechia taking control of coaching and player development.
After 3 years, the Lechia Academy had 12 teams under their control, with other staff seeing over the development. The agreements provide Lechia with the best players, the teams to take part in competitions organised by Lechia, and better training for the coaches.
The ladies team wore the Lechia kits to start with before disagreements led to Lechia and APLG starting to work more independently. Due to APLG and Lechia going in different directions Lechia's focus was less on the APLG ladies team and making a team of their own.
In a retro league was formed in Poland of 5 teams who had been disbanded in The league followed the same rules and kit standards of those in Stats correct as of 21 November The managers in italics were given the contract on a caretaker basis.
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