Poland III Liga 06/01 15:00 33 Wisloka Debica vs Star Starachowice - View
Poland III Liga 06/08 15:00 34 Karpaty Krosno vs Wisloka Debica - View


Poland III Liga 05/25 15:00 32 Czarni Polaniec v Wisloka Debica W 1-2
Poland III Liga 05/18 16:00 31 [13] Wisloka Debica v Siarka Tarnobrzeg [2] W 2-1
Poland III Liga 05/15 15:00 30 [11] Swidniczanka Swidnik v Wisloka Debica [13] W 0-1
Poland III Liga 05/11 15:00 29 [15] Wisloka Debica v Podhale Nowy Targ [13] W 2-0
Poland III Liga 05/04 10:00 28 [1] Wieczysta Krakow v Wisloka Debica [13] L 5-1
Poland III Liga 04/28 15:00 27 Wisloka Debica v Sokol Sieniawa L 1-2
Poland III Liga 04/20 15:00 26 [14] Wisloka Debica v Unia Tarnow [9] W 2-1
Poland III Liga 04/13 13:30 25 [6] KSZO Ostrowiec v Wisloka Debica [14] D 1-1
Poland III Liga 04/06 14:30 24 [14] Wisloka Debica v Orleta Radzyn Podlaski [15] D 1-1
Poland III Liga 03/30 12:00 23 Podlasie Biala Podlaska v Wisloka Debica W 1-3
Poland III Liga 03/23 14:30 22 [14] Wisloka Debica v KS Wiazownica [13] L 1-2
Poland III Liga 03/16 14:00 21 [2] Avia Swidnik v Wisloka Debica [14] W 1-2


Matches played 35 18 17
Wins 12 5 7
Draws 9 5 4
Losses 14 8 6
Goals for 45 21 24
Goals against 58 27 31
Clean sheets 5 3 2
Failed to score 6 3 3

Wikipedia - Wisłoka Dębica

Wisłoka Dębica (Polish pronunciation: [viˈswɔka dɛmˈbitsa]) is one of the oldest existing sports clubs in Poland, founded in 1908 by a group of Dębica's high school students. The name comes from the River Wisłoka, which flows by the town of Dębica (south-east Poland, 110 kilometers east of Kraków). The most famous athletes, representing the club, are Greco-Roman wrestlers. They won numerous medals, including Olympic, World and European Championships. Names like twins Kazimierz Lipień and Józef Lipień, Ryszard Świerad, Jan Michalik or Roman Wrocławski (who later emigrated to the US, and was the coach of Rulon Gardner) are well known by all fans of wrestling. The club is also renowned for soccer players such as Leszek Pisz, Mirosław Kalita and Waldemar Piątek, who started their careers there, boxers (such as vice-champion of Europe, Roman Gotfryd), and bicycle racers.

First departments, opened in 1908/09, were bicycle-racing, track and field, and well as skating. Association football, the most popular of all sports in Poland, followed some time later – around 1909 (though there is no credible source to confirm this date). The best decade for the club were the 1970s, when its departments were separately sponsored by Dębica's main factories, and its athletes won medals during various national and international competitions. White-green athletes marked their presence on several sports arenas. However, since the 1990s, following a general slump in Polish sports, Wisłoka also has had many financial problems. There are few sponsors, and most of them are local businesses, whose financial means are limited. Therefore, most sports departments have been closed, except for football, wrestling and women volleyball.

Wisloka Debica is a professional soccer team based in Debica, Poland. The team was founded in 1923 and has a rich history in Polish football. Wisloka Debica competes in the lower divisions of Polish football, but has a strong fan base and a reputation for producing talented young players.

The team's colors are blue and white, and they play their home matches at the Stadion Miejski w Debicy. Wisloka Debica has a fierce rivalry with local teams such as Stal Rzeszow and Sandecja Nowy Sacz, and matches between these teams are always highly anticipated by fans.

Wisloka Debica has a strong youth academy and is known for developing talented players who go on to have successful careers in Polish football. The team has a dedicated fan base who support them through thick and thin, and their matches are always well attended.

Overall, Wisloka Debica is a respected and well-established team in Polish football, with a proud history and a bright future ahead.