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Ernest wilimowski in English
Ernst Willimowski (born Ernst Otto Prandella, nicknamed "Ezi", in 1938 WC spelled Ernest WILIMOWSKI) (23 June 1916 – 30 August 1997) was a football player who played for both the Polish and German national teams.

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Poland
Nickname Bialo-czerwoni
(
The White and Red)
Association Polish Football Association
Coach Pawel Janas, 2002-
Most caps Grzegorz Lato (95)
Top scorer Wlodzimierz Lubanski (48)
Home colours

Away colours


First international
 Hungary 1 - 0 Poland
(Budapest, Hungary; 18 December 1921)
Largest win
Poland 9 - 0 Norway
(Szczecin, Poland; 4 September 1963)
Worst defeat
 Denmark 8 - 0 Poland
(Copenhagen, Denmark; 26 June 1948)
World Cup
Appearances 7 (First in 1938)
Best result Third place, 1974, 1982
European Championship
Appearances 0 (First in -)
Best result -

The Poland national football team (Polish: polska reprezentacja narodowa) is the national football team of Poland and is controlled by the Polish Football Association.

It played its first international match on 18 December 1921 in Budapest against Hungary and was defeated 0:1. Poland won the Gold medal in the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, the Silver medal in the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal and the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. In the World Cup, Poland finished third twice: in 1974 and 1982.

Contents

  • 1 World Cup record 
    • 1.1 Football World Cup, Spain 1982
    • 1.2 Football World Cup, Germany 1974
  • 2 European Championship record
  • 3 Olympic Games record 
    • 3.1 26th Olympic Games, Barcelona 1992
    • 3.2 22nd Olympic Games, Montreal 1976
    • 3.3 21st Olympic Games, Munich 1972
  • 4 Polish national team 2006 
    • 4.1 U-21 Polish national team 2006
  • 5 Top goal scorers
  • 6 See also




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