Poland III Liga 06/01 13:00 33 Blekitni Stargard vs Notec Czarnkow - View
Poland III Liga 06/08 15:00 34 KTS-K Luzino vs Blekitni Stargard - View


Poland III Liga 05/25 10:00 32 Gedania Gdansk v Blekitni Stargard L 3-1
Poland III Liga 05/19 15:00 31 Blekitni Stargard v Swit Szczecin L 0-1
Poland III Liga 05/15 15:00 30 Polonia Sroda Wlkp v Blekitni Stargard W 0-3
Poland III Liga 05/11 13:00 29 Blekitni Stargard v Vineta Wolin W 6-1
Poland III Liga 05/03 14:00 28 Zawisza Bydgoszcz v Blekitni Stargard W 2-4
Poland III Liga 04/27 13:00 27 Blekitni Stargard v Sokol Kleczew W 5-0
Poland III Liga 04/20 13:00 26 Blekitni Stargard v Stolem Gniewino D 2-2
Poland III Liga 04/13 14:00 25 Pogon Nowe Skalmierzyce v Blekitni Stargard W 2-3
Poland III Liga 04/06 13:00 24 Blekitni Stargard v KP Starogard Gdanski W 5-1
Poland III Liga 03/29 11:00 23 Pogon Szczecin II v Blekitni Stargard W 1-4
Poland III Liga 03/23 13:00 22 Blekitni Stargard v Cartusia Kartuzy W 4-2
Poland III Liga 03/16 14:00 21 Unia Swarzedz v Blekitni Stargard L 3-0


Matches played 35 18 17
Wins 17 7 10
Draws 5 4 1
Losses 13 7 6
Goals for 75 39 36
Goals against 57 29 28
Clean sheets 7 2 5
Failed to score 9 4 5

Wikipedia - Błękitni Stargard

Błękitni Stargard is a Polish association football sports club from Stargard. The men's team is currently playing in the fourth-tier III liga, following their 2020–21 relegation from the II liga, the reserve men's team in the fifth division whereas the women's team is in the fourth division. There are also 11 different youth teams. It was formerly a multi-sports club.


On 18 May 1945, on the initiative of the athlete Tadeusz Świniarski, a participant of the 1946 European Athletics Championships, Błękitni, the first Polish sports club in Western Pomerania, was founded. The football, boxing and athletics sections were all officially launched in 1945. Two years later, a volleyball section was added. Table tennis and swimming sections followed in 1948 and 1949, respectively.

League history

In 1980–81, Błękitni finished second behind Gryf Słupsk at the third tier and won promotion to the II liga. During the 1981/82 season, the team played in the second division where they finished 15th out of 16 teams and were relegated back to the third tier.

The club played the next 16 seasons in the III liga, managing to finish second on four separate occasions. However, none of these granted them promotion. In 1998, the club was relegated from the third tier having finished 10th. Błękitni spent the next two seasons at the fourth tier - in 1998/99 they were denied promotion by Kotwica Kołobrzeg but won their group next season. However, they didn't manage to keep their spot at the third tier and returned to the fourth level one year later.

After two promotions in succession, in 2002–03, the club returned to the second division but was withdrawn at the halfway stage of the season, their results annulled.

After being withdrawn from the second tier, Błękitni joined the IV liga, the fourth tier of Polish association football, in 2004 and played for the next nine seasons at that level. In 2013, the club won promotion to the third division and has been playing at the third tier since.

In the Polish Cup

The club had an unprecedented cup run during the 2014–15 season, reaching the semifinals of the Polish Cup. The club was playing in the third division at the time. In the first round, Błękitni won 6–1 with Małapanew Ozimek, lower-tier team. In the second round, the club already eliminated its first higher-level opponent winning 3–1 with Pogoń Siedlce and went on to win against Chojniczanka 1–0 the following round. Both of these opponents were playing in the second division at the time. In the 16th-finals eliminated a fourth-division team, Gryf Wejherowo, 2–1. The following round, Błękitni won with another second-tier team, GKS Tychy, 3–2 and advanced to the quarterfinals which were held in the spring of 2015. Then, having managed to achieve two surprise 2–0 wins, home and away, against Ekstraklasa side Cracovia in the quarterfinals, the team progressed to the semifinals, where they faced Lech Poznań. While Błęktini did win against Lech 3–1 at home, they were eventually knocked out by Lech in the return leg, after losing 1–3 in regular time. In extra time, Lech scored two goals to win the tie 6–4 on aggregate.

Blekitni Stargard is a professional soccer team based in Stargard, Poland. The team was founded in 1945 and has a rich history of success in Polish football. The team's colors are blue and white, and they are known for their passionate fan base and competitive spirit on the field.

Blekitni Stargard competes in the lower divisions of Polish football, but they have a strong reputation for developing young talent and providing a platform for players to showcase their skills. The team has a dedicated coaching staff and a commitment to playing an attractive style of football that emphasizes teamwork and skill.

Blekitni Stargard has a proud tradition of success in Polish football and continues to be a respected and competitive team in the country's soccer landscape. With a strong foundation and a commitment to excellence, Blekitni Stargard is a team to watch in the world of Polish football.