Poland III Liga 06/01 11:00 33 Olimpia Zambrow vs GKS Belchatow - View
Poland III Liga 06/08 15:00 34 GKS Belchatow vs Legia Warsaw II - View


Poland III Liga 05/25 16:00 32 Lechia Tomaszow Mazowiecki v GKS Belchatow L 5-1
Poland III Liga 05/18 15:00 31 GKS Belchatow v Jagiellonia Bialystok II W 1-0
Poland III Liga 05/15 15:30 30 Legionovia Legionowo v GKS Belchatow W 2-3
Poland III Liga 05/11 15:00 29 GKS Belchatow v GKS Wikielec L 0-1
Poland III Liga 05/03 15:00 28 Warta Sieradz v GKS Belchatow L 2-1
Poland III Liga 04/27 15:00 27 GKS Belchatow v Victoria Sulejowek D 1-1
Poland III Liga 04/20 14:00 26 LKS Lomza v GKS Belchatow L 3-0
Poland III Liga 04/13 14:00 25 GKS Belchatow v Pogon Grodzisk Mazowiecki D 0-0
Poland III Liga 04/05 17:00 24 Unia Skierniewice v GKS Belchatow L 3-2
Poland III Liga 03/30 14:00 23 GKS Belchatow v Pilica Bialobrzegi W 2-1
Poland III Liga 03/23 13:00 22 Swit Nowy Dwor Mazowiecki v GKS Belchatow W 0-2
Poland III Liga 03/16 14:00 21 GKS Belchatow v Mlawianka Mlawa L 0-2


Matches played 37 16 21
Wins 16 9 7
Draws 7 5 2
Losses 14 2 12
Goals for 58 28 30
Goals against 60 11 49
Clean sheets 10 7 3
Failed to score 10 3 7

Wikipedia - GKS Bełchatów

GKS Bełchatów [ɡʲɛkaˈɛs bɛwˈxatuf] is a Polish professional football club based in Bełchatów. The club currently competes in group I of the III liga.


GKS Bełchatów entered Poland's Klasa A in 1977 under the name of Węgiel Brunatny Bełchatów, and gained promotion to the III liga in the 1981–82 season. It took the club another seven years to rise to the II liga (1986/1987 season), before winning a place in the top-tier I liga in 1992. After another spell in II liga, the club again won promotion to the I liga at the end of the 2004–05 season. The club finished the 2005–06 season in 10th place, with 37 points. The following season they challenged for the league title. After spending much of the latter part of the 2006–07 season in first place, they were ultimately overtaken by Zagłębie Lubin and had to settle for second place.

On 11 March 2022, the club, then playing in the II liga, withdrew from the league and did not start playing in the spring round. As a consequence, they were moved to the last place in the 2021–22 season standings and their remaining matches being declared 0–3 forfeits for their opponents. They declared liquidation on 20 April 2022. On 31 May 2022, the Łódź Football Association admitted its academy (Akademia GKS Bełchatów) as its continuator to the Łódź group of the fifth division for the 2022–23 season.

GKS Belchatow is a professional soccer team based in Belchatow, Poland. The team was founded in 1977 and has a rich history in Polish football. They compete in the Polish First Division, which is the second-highest level of the Polish football league system.

GKS Belchatow has a strong fan base and plays their home matches at the Stadion GKS, which has a capacity of over 5,000 spectators. The team's colors are green and white, and their mascot is a lion.

Over the years, GKS Belchatow has produced talented players and has had success in domestic competitions. They have a reputation for playing attractive and attacking football, and their matches are always entertaining to watch.

The team is known for their fighting spirit and determination on the field, and they have a never-say-die attitude that endears them to their fans. GKS Belchatow is a team with a proud tradition and a bright future ahead of them in Polish football.