Poland III Liga 05/19 14:00 31 KS Wiazownica vs Garbarnia Krakow - View
Poland III Liga 05/25 13:00 32 Garbarnia Krakow vs Podlasie Biala Podlaska - View
Poland III Liga 06/01 15:00 33 Orleta Radzyn Podlaski vs Garbarnia Krakow - View
Poland III Liga 06/08 15:00 34 Garbarnia Krakow vs KSZO Ostrowiec - View


Poland III Liga 05/15 15:00 30 [8] Garbarnia Krakow v Avia Swidnik [4] D 1-1
Poland III Liga 05/11 15:00 29 Chelmianka Chelm v Garbarnia Krakow W 0-1
Poland III Liga 05/03 15:00 28 [17] Sokol Sieniawa v Garbarnia Krakow [8] L 3-2
Poland III Liga 04/27 13:00 27 [9] Garbarnia Krakow v Wislanie Jaskowice [8] W 2-1
Poland III Liga 04/19 15:00 26 Karpaty Krosno v Garbarnia Krakow W 0-1
Poland III Liga 04/13 13:00 25 [12] Garbarnia Krakow v Star Starachowice [3] W 3-0
Poland III Liga 04/06 13:00 24 Czarni Polaniec v Garbarnia Krakow D 3-3
Poland III Liga 03/30 12:00 23 [10] Garbarnia Krakow v Siarka Tarnobrzeg [2] D 1-1
Poland III Liga 03/24 13:00 22 [13] Swidniczanka Swidnik v Garbarnia Krakow [11] D 1-1
Poland III Liga 03/16 14:00 21 [10] Garbarnia Krakow v Podhale Nowy Targ [17] L 0-3
Poland III Liga 03/09 11:00 20 [1] Wieczysta Krakow v Garbarnia Krakow [10] L 4-0
Poland III Liga 03/02 12:00 19 [9] Garbarnia Krakow v Wisloka Debica [14] D 3-3


Matches played 39 21 18
Wins 15 10 5
Draws 11 6 5
Losses 13 5 8
Goals for 62 37 25
Goals against 64 30 34
Clean sheets 8 4 4
Failed to score 7 3 4

Wikipedia - Garbarnia Kraków

K.S. Garbarnia Kraków is a Polish football and sports club from Ludwinów, a historical district of the city of Kraków. The club's name comes from the nearby tannery (Polish: Garbarnia) of the Dłużyński brothers, which was the original club sponsor. Garbarnia currently plays in III liga (fourth tier of Polish football).


Founded in 1921, Garbarnia's best years were the late 1920s and early 1930s. In 1928, after winning both regional and national qualifiers, the team was promoted to the Polish Football League. Then, in 1929, after an excellent campaign, they finished second to champions Warta Poznan, thus cementing their position as one of the top teams in Poland.

In 1931 Garbarnia went one better, becoming Polish Champions. Containing little home-grown talent, the Kraków starting lineup consisted of players brought in from other clubs. Among the top players were Otto Riesner and Karol Pazurek (both natives of Katowice), and both of whom played for the Poland national team.

In 1937, after 9 years in the top division, Garbarnia were relegated. They returned in 1939, in a season cut short by the outbreak of World War II.

After the Second World War Garbarnia never regained its status, playing mainly in the Polish Second Division, occasionally managing to win promotion to the First Division, only to be relegated after a year or two. 1957 was the team's final year in the First Division and since then, Garbarnia have never made it back. Worst was yet to come, as in 1971 the team was relegated to the Third division, the Regional Kraków district league.

In 2018, Garbarnia returned to Polish First League (2nd tier) after a 44-year absence. Garbarnia secured promotion after promotion/relegation play-off win over Pogoń Siedlce. In 2019, the club was again relegated to II liga.

Garbarnia Krakow is a professional soccer team based in Krakow, Poland. The team was founded in 1921 and has a rich history in Polish football. Garbarnia Krakow has a strong fan base and plays their home matches at the Stadion Garbarnia.

The team's colors are red and white, and they are known for their attacking style of play and skilled players. Garbarnia Krakow has a competitive squad that has achieved success in various domestic competitions.

Garbarnia Krakow has a strong youth academy and is known for developing talented young players. The team has a strong sense of community and pride in representing Krakow on the national stage.

Overall, Garbarnia Krakow is a respected and competitive team in Polish football, with a rich history and passionate fan base.