Fixtures

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

Results

Poland III Liga 05/24 15:00 32 [18] Karpaty Krosno v KSZO Ostrowiec [9] L 0-1
Poland III Liga 05/18 15:00 31 [16] Orleta Radzyn Podlaski v Karpaty Krosno [18] W 1-2
Poland III Liga 05/15 15:00 30 [18] Karpaty Krosno v Podlasie Biala Podlaska [6] L 0-2
Poland III Liga 05/10 17:00 29 KS Wiazownica v Karpaty Krosno L 2-1
Poland III Liga 05/04 15:00 28 Karpaty Krosno v Avia Swidnik L 2-3
Poland III Liga 04/27 14:30 27 Chelmianka Chelm v Karpaty Krosno L 6-0
Poland III Liga 04/19 15:00 26 Karpaty Krosno v Garbarnia Krakow L 0-1
Poland III Liga 04/13 14:00 25 Wislanie Jaskowice v Karpaty Krosno L 3-0
Poland III Liga 04/07 14:00 24 Sokol Sieniawa v Karpaty Krosno W 1-2
Poland III Liga 03/30 11:00 23 Karpaty Krosno v Star Starachowice L 0-2
Poland III Liga 03/23 13:00 22 Czarni Polaniec v Karpaty Krosno W 0-1
Poland III Liga 03/16 13:00 21 Karpaty Krosno v Siarka Tarnobrzeg D 0-0

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 32 16 16
Wins 5 1 4
Draws 7 4 3
Losses 20 11 9
Goals for 22 10 12
Goals against 65 24 41
Clean sheets 7 4 3
Failed to score 17 11 6

Wikipedia - Karpaty Krosno

KKS Karpaty Krosno is a Polish sports club based in Krosno, Poland. The name "Karpaty" refers to the Carpathian mountains.

As of the 2023–24 season, the football side is playing in the III liga, group IV.

History

Football

The club was established in 1928.

The football section has played in the lower divisions of Polish football throughout history. They have never played in the top flight however they had four spells in the 2nd tier: between the 1951–1953 seasons (under the name of Włókniarz Krosno), 1957-1963/1964 (under the names of Legia Krosno, MZKS Krosno and Karpaty Krosno), 1987/1988-1988/1989, and also 1991/1992-1994/1995. The well-known Polish manager Orest Lenczyk coached Karpaty in the early days of his career in 1970–71. Former Stal Mielec legend Marian Kosiński was manager in 1989/90 and 1991/92.

Their biggest success to date is the 1992/93 season where they achieved a 4th place league finish and the 1/16th finals of the Polish Cup, eventually losing to Legia Warsaw 1–3 on 21 October.

In the 2022–23 season, Karpaty finished second in the Subcarpathian IV liga, overtaken by Cosmos Nowotaniec. On 3 July 2023, the Subcarpathian Football Association announced that Karpaty had been promoted to the II liga, group IV, due to Cosmos' resignation from earning a spot in the division.

Speedway

From 1962 to 1969 speedway was held at the stadium, under the club's name Karpaty Krosno. The team competed in the second division and achieved a best place finish of third in the 1963 Polish speedway season. However, in 1969, due to financial problems, the team's activities were suspended.

Karpaty Krosno is a professional soccer team based in Krosno, Poland. The team competes in the Polish football league system and has a rich history dating back to its founding in 1922. Known for their passionate fan base and competitive spirit, Karpaty Krosno has a reputation for playing an exciting and attacking style of football.

The team's colors are blue and white, and they play their home matches at the Stadion Miejski w Krośnie. Over the years, Karpaty Krosno has produced talented players who have gone on to represent the Polish national team and compete at the highest levels of European football.

With a strong tradition of success and a commitment to developing young talent, Karpaty Krosno continues to be a respected and formidable force in Polish soccer. Fans can always expect thrilling matches and fierce competition whenever they watch Karpaty Krosno take the field.