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Gornik Leczna is a Polish team whose women's section was established in 2002.
After several seasons in the Polish lower divisions, the team manages to join the elite and first division in the 2009-2010 season. Since then, the club has continued to improve, as reflected in their 3 consecutive Ekstraliga (Polish first division) championship titles between 2018 and 2020, Polish Cup victories in 2018 and 2020 and appearances in the qualifying rounds of the Champions League.
By making a stunning start to the 2020-2021 season in Ekstrzliga, TME UKS SMS, seems to be the most serious rival to the succession of the Polish Championship title. However, Piotr Mazurkiewicz, coach of Gornik Leczna's team since the beginning of their ascension to the highest level, has ambitious sporting goals for his team.
After losing in the qualifying round of the UEFA Women's Champions League last season, Gornik Leczna is dreaming bigger this season. In order to qualify for the Round of 16 against the Red and Blue, the Polish team defeated the Croatian team Split (4-1) and the Cypriot team Apollo (2-1).
Paris Saint-Germain twice defeated the Polish team 2-0 in the first leg and 6-1 in the second leg to advance to the Round of 16.
Inaugurated in 2003, Stadion Miejski w Łęcznej or Stadion Górnika Łęczna (literally the Leczna City Stadium or Gornik Leczna Stadium) is the official venue of the women's and men's section of Gornik Leczna. This stadium, located in Leczna, Poland, has a total capacity of 7,200 seats.
Located in the city centre of Leczna, the Gornik Leczna Stadium is easily accessible on foot from the Polish medium-sized town. Buses are still available from Lublin, the nearest big city (about 30 minutes from the stadium) with an airport.