Poland PLK 05/19 13:00 2 Trefl Sopot vs Slask Wroclaw - View
Poland PLK 05/21 15:30 2 Trefl Sopot vs Slask Wroclaw - View
Poland PLK 05/24 18:00 2 Slask Wroclaw vs Trefl Sopot - View


Poland PLK 05/15 15:45 3 [3] Stal Ostrow v Slask Wroclaw [6] W 81-83
Poland PLK 05/12 18:30 3 [6] Slask Wroclaw v Stal Ostrow [3] L 74-84
Poland PLK 05/09 18:45 3 [6] Slask Wroclaw v Stal Ostrow [3] W 102-97
Poland PLK 05/05 18:00 3 [3] Stal Ostrow v Slask Wroclaw [6] L 81-64
Poland PLK 05/03 18:00 3 [3] Stal Ostrow v Slask Wroclaw [6] W 76-85
Poland PLK 04/27 15:30 30 [8] Slask Wroclaw v Sokol Lancut [16] W 98-79
Poland PLK 04/21 15:30 29 [2] Trefl Sopot v Slask Wroclaw [10] W 79-82
Poland PLK 04/14 13:30 28 [10] Slask Wroclaw v Torun [12] W 78-69
Poland PLK 04/09 18:20 27 [11] Slask Wroclaw v Legia Warsaw [7] L 68-97
Poland PLK 04/01 18:00 26 [12] Slask Wroclaw v Stal Ostrow [4] W 103-95
Poland PLK 03/27 19:00 20 [12] Slask Wroclaw v Anwil Wloclawek [1] L 82-96
Poland PLK 03/23 13:30 25 [6] Spojnia Stargard v Slask Wroclaw [11] L 93-67

WKS Śląsk Wrocław is a Polish professional basketball club based in Wrocław. Founded in 1948, Śląsk is the most decorated Polish basketball club, with 18 Polish League and 14 Polish cup championships. The club plays in the Polish Basketball League (PLK), the highest-tier level in Polish men's basketball. The home court is Hala Orbita, but many games are played in Centennial Hall.


Since the basketball section was founded in 1948, Śląsk Wrocław has been the most decorated and most recognizable club in Polish basketball. The team has won the Polish league championships 18 times so far. Most recognized period of Śląsk's history is the "Great Śląsk Era" when the team won five championship titles in a row (1998–2002).

Most of those successes where achieved with coach Andrej Urlep. The notable players playing for Śląsk Wrocław over the years were: Mieczysław Łopatka (1960s), Edward Jurkiewicz (1970s and 1980s), Jerzy Binkowski (1980s, 1990s), Dariusz Zelig (1980s, 1990s), Maciej Zieliński (1980s, 1990s, 2000s), Adam Wójcik and Dominik Tomczyk.

In 2008 the club has gone into serious financial difficulties, which resulted in withdrawing the team from Polish Basketball League. After years of rebuilding attempts, the club is now back playing in the Polish Basketball League top division.

In the 2020–21 PLK season, the team finished third. Śląsk defeated Legia Warszawa 86:85 in overtime of the decisive game 3 of the bronze medal series. The result exceeded expectations as it was the club's first league podium finish in 11 years. Key players of that team included Aleksander Dziewa, Kyle Gibson, Elijah Stewart and Strahinja Jovanović.

The following season the club returned to the top of the domestic competition becoming Polish champions, twenty years after the last championship won in 2002. Travis Trice won MVP awards for both the regular season and the finals.

Slask Wroclaw is a professional basketball team based in Wroclaw, Poland. The team competes in the Polish Basketball League, which is the top-tier basketball league in Poland. Slask Wroclaw has a rich history and is one of the most successful basketball teams in the country.

The team has a dedicated fan base and plays their home games at the Hala Stulecia, a modern and state-of-the-art arena in Wroclaw. Slask Wroclaw is known for their fast-paced and exciting style of play, as well as their strong defense and teamwork on the court.

The team has a talented roster of players, both domestic and international, who are led by a skilled coaching staff. Slask Wroclaw has a winning tradition and has won numerous championships and titles over the years, solidifying their status as one of the top basketball teams in Poland.

Overall, Slask Wroclaw is a respected and competitive team in the Polish Basketball League, and their games are always a must-watch for basketball fans in Poland and beyond.