Poland national basketball team


Poland national basketball team

Infobox national basketball team
country=Poland|
country_alt=Polska
color1=FFFFFF
color2=D4213D
coach=flagicon|Israel Muli Katzurin
(since March 20 2008)
fiba_ranking=T-56th
fiba_zone=FIBA Europe
joined_fiba=1934
zone_championship=Eurobasket
national_fed= Polski Związek Koszykówki (PZKosz)
nickname="Biało-czerwoni"
("The-white-and-red")
"Orły" ("The Eagles")
oly_appearances=6 (1936, 1960, 1964, 1968, 1972, 1980)
zone_medals="Silver": 1963
"Bronze": 1939, 1965, 1967
zone_appearances= 23
wc_appearances=1 (1967)
h_body=D4213D|h_shorts=FFFFFF|h_pattern_b=_thinsidesonwhite
a_body=D4213D|a_shorts=D4213D|a_pattern_b=
The Poland national basketball team is the national basketball side that represents Poland in international competitions. It is administrated by the Polski Związek Koszykówkil ("Polish Basketball Federation"). Their biggest successes are the silver medal in the 1963 European Championships at home in Poland.

Medals

* Eurobasket 1939 - Bronze medal
* Eurobasket 1963 - Silver medal
* Eurobasket 1965 - Bronze medal
* Eurobasket 1967 - Bronze medal

Current squad


=Basketball at the Summer Olympics=

Basketball at the 1936 Summer Olympics

4th place

Basketball at the 1960 Summer Olympics

7th place

Basketball at the 1964 Summer Olympics

6th place

Basketball at the 1968 Summer Olympics

6th place

Basketball at the 1972 Summer Olympics

10th place

Basketball at the 1980 Summer Olympics

7th place

FIBA World Championship

1967 FIBA World Championship

5th place

Eurobasket

Eurobasket 1937

The Poles took fourth place with an overall record of 2-3 at the second European basketball championship, the Eurobasket 1937 held by the International Basketball Federation's FIBA Europe continental federation. They took first place in their four-team preliminary group on a three-way tie-breaker after France and Latvia both matched the Polish team's 2-1 record. They then lost to eventual champions Lithuania in the semifinals and were defeated a second time by France in the bronze medal game.

Eurobasket 1939

Poland won the bronze medal in their second Eurobasket competition. The competition format was a single round-robin without playoffs; Latvia and Lithuania both defeated Poland whereas the other five teams in the competition fell to the Poles. With Lithuania undefeated and Poland and Latvia tied at 5-2, the loss to Latvia was decisive in pushing Poland to third place.

Eurobasket 1946

Due to World War II, the next European championship was Eurobasket 1946. The Poles started well, with a victory over Luxembourg. They lost their next two preliminary games to Italy and Hungary to finish in third place of the four-team group. This put them in the 7th-10th place classification semifinal, where they lost again, this time to Belgium. In the 9th/10th playoff, Poland defeated England.

Eurobasket 1947

The European championships returned to the odd-year schedule with Eurobasket 1947. Poland placed second in their preliminary group, losing only to eventual silver medallist Czechoslovakia en route to a 2-1 record. They then went 1-2 in their semifinal group, falling to the gold medal Soviet Union team and bronze medal Egypt. This put Poland in a 5th/6th place playoff against France, who had been 1-2 in the opposite semifinal group. France won, 62-29.

Eurobasket 1955

After an 8-year hiatus, Poland returned with Eurobasket 1955 in Budapest. They quickly showed that they could still play with the European field, winning all four of their preliminary round games to advance to the final round. Despite their mediocre 3-4 record in that round, the Poles had demonstrated that they could be effective against the best of the European pool with a 72-68 win over eventual silver medallist Czechoslovakia. They finished 5th overall of the 18 teams in the tournament.

Eurobasket 1957

Two years later in Sofia, Poland competed at Eurobasket 1957. Despite being seeded into the same preliminary pool as the Soviet Union, the Poles went 2-1 in the round-robin and advanced to the final round. They lost their first six of seven games in that round, getting their first win in the last game of the round, against France to take 7th place overall.

Men's

Performence at Eurobasket

Coaches

* 1936 - 1939 Flag|ESTFlag|POL Walenty Kłyszejko
* 1946 Flag|POL Józef Pachla & Flag|POL Mieczysław Piotrowski
* 1947 - 1948 Flag|POL Józef Pachla
* 1949 Flag|ESTFlag|POL Walenty Kłyszejko & Flag|POL Jerzy Patrzykont
* 1950 Flag|POL Tadeusz Ulatowski
* 1950 - 1953 Flag|POL Władysław Maleszewski
* 1953 Flag|POL Tadeusz Ulatowski & Flag|POL Jan Rudelski
* 1954 Flag|POL Andrzej Kulesza & Flag|POL Romuald Markowski
* 1955 Flag|POL Władysław Maleszewski & Flag|POL Jerzy Patrzykont
* 1956 Flag|POL Zygmunt Olesiewicz
* 1957 Flag|POL Jan Rudelski
* 1958 Flag|POL Jan Rudelski & Flag|POL Jerzy Patrzykont
* 1959 Flag|POL Zygmunt Olesiewicz & Flag|POL Jerzy Lelonkiewicz
* 1960 Flag|POL Zygmunt Olesiewicz
* 1961 Flag|POL Jerzy Lelonkiewicz
* 1961 Flag|POL Zygmunt Olesiewicz
* 1961 - 1975 Flag|POL Witold Zagórski...
* 1986 - 1992 Flag|POL Arkadiusz Koniecki
* 1993 Flag|POL Tadeusz Aleksandrowicz
* 1993 - 1998 Flag|POL Eugeniusz Kijewski (assistant Flag|POL Jacek Kalinowski)
* 1998 - 2000 Flag|POL Piotr Langosz (assistants Flag|POL Jerzy Chudeusz & Flag|POL Ryszard Poznański)
* 2000 - 2003 Flag|POL Dariusz Szczubiał (assistants Flag|POL Andrzej Kowalczyk & Flag|POL Ryszard Poznański)
* 2003 - 2004 Flag|POL Andrzej Kowalczyk
* 2004 - 2006 Flag|SRB Veselin Matić
* 2006 - 2008 Flag|SVN Andrej Urlep
* 2008 - ? flagicon|Israel Muli Katzurin

Rosters

1936 Olympic Games: finished 4th among 21 teams

Pawel Stok, Andrzej Plucinski, Zdzislaw Kasprzak, Zdzislaw Filipkiewicz, Jakub Kopf, Edward Szostak, Ewaryst Loj, Janusz Patrzykont, Florian Grzechowiak, Zenon Rozycki (Coach: Walenty Klyszejko)

1937 EuroBasket: finished 4th among 8 teams

Pawel Stok, Andrzej Plucinski, Zdzislaw Kasprzak, Zbigniew Resich, Zenon Rozycki, Jaroslaw Smigielski, Stefan Gendera, Florian Grzechowiak, Michal Czajczyk, Janusz Patrzykont (Coach: Walenty Klyszejko)

1939 EuroBasket: finished 3rd among 8 teams

Pawel Stok, Florian Grzechowiak, Zbigniew Resich, Stanislaw Pawlowski, Jerzy Rossudowski, Zdzislaw Kasprzak, Ewaryst Loj, Jerzy Gregolajtis, Bogdan Bartosiewicz, Jaroslaw Smigielski (Coach: Walenty Klyszejko)

1946 EuroBasket: finished 9th among 10 teams

Florian Grzechowiak, Pawel Stok, Zbigniew Resich, Jaroslaw Smigielski, Edward Jarczynski, Zdzislaw Kasprzak, Wladyslaw Maleszewski, Franciszek Szymura, Roscislaw Ruszkiewicz (Coach: Jozef Pachla)

1947 EuroBasket: finished 6th among 14 teams

Zbigniew Resich, Pawel Stok, Edward Jarczynski, Henryk Jaznicki, Wladyslaw Maleszewski, Jozef Zylinski, Bogdan Bartosiewicz, Jerzy Dowgird, Romuald Markowski, Ludwik Barszczewski, Tadeusz Ulatowski (Coach: Jozef Pachla)

1955 EuroBasket: finished 5th among 18 teams

Witold Zagorski, Slawomir Zlotkiewicz, Jerzy Mlynarczyk, Andrzej Nartowski, Ryszard Olszewski, Bogdan Przywarski, Jerzy Sterenga, Wincent Wawro, Leszek Kaminski, Tadeusz Pacula, Wladyslaw Pawlak, Stefan Wojcik, Jedrzej Bednarowicz (Coach: Wladyslaw Maleszewski)

1957 EuroBasket: finished 7th among 16 teams

Andrzej Pstrokonski, Janusz Wichowski, Wincent Wawro, Stefan Wojcik, Ryszard Olszewski, Tadeusz Pacula, Wladyslaw Pawlak, Andrzej Nartowski, Marek Sitkowski, Jerzy Mlynarczyk, Zdzislaw Skrzeczkowski (Coach: Wladyslaw Maleszewski)

1959 EuroBasket: finished 6th among 17 teams

Andrzej Pstrokonski, Janusz Wichowski, Zbigniew Dregier, Andrzej Nartowski, Bogdan Przywarski, Ryszard Olszewski, Jerzy Mlynarczyk, Zenon Matysik, Tadeusz Pacula, Jerzy Piskun, Marek Sitkowski, Wladyslaw Pawlak (Coach: Zygmunt Olesiewicz)

1960 Olympic Games: finished 7th among 16 teams

Mieczyslaw Lopatka, Andrzej Pstrokonski, Janusz Wichowski, Zbigniew Dregier, Marek Sitkowski, Bogdan Przywarski, Dariusz Swierczewski, Andrzej Nartowski, Jerzy Mlynarczyk, Jerzy Piskun, Ryszard Olszewski, Tadeusz Pacula (Coach: Zygmunt Olesiewicz)

1961 EuroBasket: finished 9th among 19 teams

Janusz Wichowski, Andrzej Pstrokonski, Andrzej Nartowski, Wladyslaw Pawlak, Jerzy Piskun, Ryszard Niewodowski, Ryszard Olszewski, Jerzy Mlynarczyk, Marek Sitkowski, Stanislaw Olejniczak, Zygmunt Wysocki, Leszek Arent (Coach: Witold Zagorski)

1963 EuroBasket: finished 2nd among 16 teams

Mieczyslaw Lopatka, Bohdan Likszo, Janusz Wichowski, Andrzej Pstrokonski, Zbigniew Dregier, Jerzy Piskun, Marek Sitkowski, Leszek Arent, Kazimierz Frelkiewicz, Wieslaw Langiewicz, Andrzej Nartowski, Stanislaw Olejniczak (Coach: Witold Zagorski)

1964 Olympic Games: finished 6th among 16 teams

Mieczyslaw Lopatka, Bohdan Likszo, Zbigniew Dregier, Andrzej Pstrokonski, Janusz Wichowski, Kazimierz Frelkiewicz, Krzysztof Sitkowski, Jerzy Piskun, Andrzej Perka, Stanislaw Olejniczak, Tadeusz Blauth, Krystian Czernichowski (Coach: Witold Zagorski)

1965 EuroBasket: finished 3rd among 16 teams

Bohdan Likszo, Mieczyslaw Lopatka, Andrzej Pstrokonski, Janusz Wichowski, Zbigniew Dregier, Kazimierz Frelkiewicz, Andrzej Perka, Jerzy Piskun, Edward Grzywna, Wieslaw Langiewicz, Czeslaw Malec, Stanislaw Olejniczak (Coach: Witold Zagorski)

1967 EuroBasket: finished 3rd among 16 teams

Mieczyslaw Lopatka, Bohdan Likszo, Wlodzimierz Trams, Boleslaw Kwiatkowski, Zbigniew Dregier, Grzegorz Korcz, Kazimierz Frelkiewicz, Waldemar Kozak, Czeslaw Malec, Henryk Cegielski, Miroslaw Kuczynski, Maciej Chojnacki (Coach: Witold Zagorski)

1967 World Championship: finished 5th among 13 teams

Mieczyslaw Lopatka, Bohdan Likszo, Boleslaw Kwiatkowski, Janusz Wichowski, Wlodzimierz Trams, Kazimierz Frelkiewicz, Zbigniew Dregier, Igor Oleszkiewicz, Wieslaw Langiewicz, Andrzej Chmarzynski, Czeslaw Malec, Henryk Cegielski (Coach: Witold Zagorski)

1968 Olympic Games: finished 6th among 16 teams

Edward Jurkiewicz, Mieczyslaw Lopatka, Bohdan Likszo, Wlodzimierz Trams, Boleslaw Kwiatkowski, Grzegorz Korcz, Kazimierz Frelkiewicz, Andrzej Kasprzak, Adam Niemiec, Andrzej Pasiorowski, Czeslaw Malec, Henryk Cegielski (Coach: Witold Zagorski)

1969 EuroBasket: finished 4th among 12 teams

Edward Jurkiewicz, Bohdan Likszo, Andrzej Seweryn, Boleslaw Kwiatkowski, Grzegorz Korcz, Wlodzimierz Trams, Waldemar Kozak, Jan Dolczewski, Henryk Cegielski, Adam Niemiec, Marek Ladniak, Krzysztof Gula (Coach: Witold Zagorski)

1971 EuroBasket: finished 4th among 12 teams

Edward Jurkiewicz, Andrzej Seweryn, Waldemar Kozak, Grzegorz Korcz, Henryk Cegielski, Jerzy Frolow, Janusz Ceglinski, Zbigniew Jedlinski, Jan Dolczewski, Miroslaw Kalinowski, Marek Ladniak, Eugeniusz Durejko (Coach: Witold Zagorski)

1972 Olympic Games: finished 10th among 16 teams

Mieczyslaw Lopatka, Andrzej Seweryn, Waldemar Kozak, Grzegorz Korcz, Jan Dolczewski, Andrzej Pasiorowski, Franciszek Niemiec, Ryszard Bialowas, Eugeniusz Durejko, Andrzej Kasprzak, Janusz Ceglinski, Piotr Langosz (Coach: Witold Zagorski)

1973 EuroBasket: finished 12th among 12 teams

Grzegorz Korcz, Andrzej Seweryn, Jan Dolczewski, Janusz Ceglinski, Andrzej Pasiorowski, Jacek Kalinowski, Zdzislaw Myrda, Tadeusz Grygiel, Eugeniusz Durejko, Jerzy Plebanek, Tomasz Tybinkowski, Piotr Langosz (Coach: Witold Zagorski)

1975 EuroBasket: finished 8th among 12 teams

Edward Jurkiewicz, Andrzej Seweryn, Franciszek Niemiec, Adam Gardzina, Wojciech Fiedorczuk, Marek Ladniak, Dariusz Kwiatkowski, Piotr Langosz, Zdzislaw Myrda, Tomasz Garlinski, Eugeniusz Durejko, Tadeusz Grygiel (Coach: Witold Zagorski)

1979 EuroBasket: finished 7th among 12 teams

Mieczyslaw Mlynarski, Dariusz Zelig, Eugeniusz Kijewski, Andrzej Seweryn, Zdzislaw Myrda, Ryszard Prostak, Krzysztof Fikiel, Justyn Weglorz, Leszek Chudeusz, Zbigniew Kudlacz, Tomasz Garlinski, Wojciech Rosinski (Coach: Jerzy Swiatek)

1980 Olympic Games: finished 7th among 12 teams

Mieczyslaw Mlynarski, Dariusz Zelig, Zdzislaw Myrda, Eugeniusz Kijewski, Krzysztof Fikiel, Wojciech Rosinski, Justyn Weglorz, Ryszard Prostak, Jerzy Binkowski, Marcin Michalski, Leszek Dolinski, Ireneusz Mulak (Coach: Stefan Majer)

1981 EuroBasket: finished 7th among 12 teams

Mieczyslaw Mlynarski, Dariusz Zelig, Wojciech Rosinski, Eugeniusz Kijewski, Krzysztof Fikiel, Zbigniew Bogucki, Jerzy Binkowski, Miroslaw Boryca, Dariusz Szczubial, Jaroslaw Jechorek, Ryszard Prostak, Justyn Weglorz (Coach: Jerzy Swiatek)

1983 EuroBasket: finished 9th among 12 teams

Mieczyslaw Mlynarski, Dariusz Zelig, Jaroslaw Jechorek, Eugeniusz Kijewski, Ryszard Prostak, Krzysztof Fikiel, Jerzy Binkowski, Stanislaw Kielbik, Ireneusz Mulak, Justyn Weglorz, Stanislaw Reschke, Zbigniew Bogucki (Coach: Jerzy Swiatek)

1985 EuroBasket: finished 11th among 12 teams

Dariusz Zelig, Henryk Wardach, Jaroslaw Zyskowski, Krzysztof Fikiel, Jerzy Binkowski, Ireneusz Mulak, Adam Fiedler, Marek Sobczynski, Jaroslaw Jechorek, Andrzej Zurawski, Justyn Weglorz, Dariusz Szczubial (Coach: Andrzej Kuchar)

1987 EuroBasket: finished 7th among 12 teams

Dariusz Zelig, Henryk Wardach, Jaroslaw Jechorek, Jerzy Binkowski, Adam Fiedler, Krzysztof Fikiel, Dariusz Szczubial, Dariusz Kobylanski, Marek Sobczynski, Jerzy Kolodziejczak, Ryszard Prostak, Miroslaw Boryca (Coach: Andrzej Kuchar)

1991 EuroBasket: finished 7th among 8 teams

Maciej Zielinski, Dariusz Zelig, Adam Wojcik, Jerzy Binkowski, Dariusz Szczubial, Jaroslaw Jechorek, Jacek Duda, Mariusz Bacik, Wojciech Krolik, Tomasz Torgowski, Piotr Baran, Jaroslaw Marcinkowski (Coach: Arkadiusz Koniecki)

1997 EuroBasket: finished 7th among 16 teams

Adam Wojcik, Dominik Tomczyk, Maciej Zielinski, Andrzej Pluta, Mariusz Bacik, Tomasz Jankowski, Rafal Bigus, Piotr Szybilski, Krzysztof Dryja, Jaroslaw Darnikowski, Robert Kosciuk, Krzysztof Mila (Coach: Eugeniusz Kijewski)

2007 EuroBasket: finished 16th among 16 teams

Adam Wojcik, Filip Dylewicz, Andrzej Pluta, Kamil Pietras, Szymon Szewczyk, Robert Witka, Radoslaw Hyzy, Robert Skibniewski, Bartlomiej Woloszyn, Iwo Kitzinger, Lukasz Koszarek, Przemyslaw Frasunkiewicz (Coach: Andrej Urlep)

External links

* [http://www.koszkadra.pl/ Poland national basketball team]


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