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Bartosz Kopacz B. Mario Maloca M. Kristers Tobers K. Rafal Pietrzak R. Karol Fila K. Rafal Kobryn R. The —94 season was an important season for the Tricity teams.
The season was another difficult one for Lechia, in which they finished 14th, 1 place above the relegation zone. The struggles for Lechia reached a devastating end by the end of the —95 season, with the team, ultimately being relegated to the 3rd Division, along with fellow rivals Arka Gdynia.
The new Lechia team failed to capitalize on the return to the second division by being relegated to the 3rd division straight away. The —98 season was a better season for Lechia with the team finishing in 3rd place in the III liga.
This merger lasted 3 years, with the team's fortunes slowly deteriorating, finishing 7th in —99, 14th in —, and 19th in the —01 season, and thus suffering another relegation to the 3rd division.
This form continued finishing first in the —03 season in the 5th tier, as well as winning the —04 season in the 4th tier, and also finishing first the season after in the —05 3rd tier.
After 4 seasons of being an independent club after failed mergers with Olimpia and Polonia, Lechia found itself back in the second tier of Polish football.
Back in the II liga Lechia finished the —06 in 10th, comfortably above the automatic relegation zone, and clear of the relegation playoffs.
With Lechia making more improvements during the —07 season finishing in 5th. The —08 season was the team's 20th season outside of the top flight, having to come from two failed mergers, and working their way back into the 2nd division.
During the season the MOSiR Stadium became a fortress, with Lechia winning 14 of the 17 games at home, losing only once at home, against Odra Opole.
Lechia struggled more away from home, winning 6 of their 17 away games. Despite the club's decent away form, it proved by the end of the season that their home form had massively helped Lechia in the league, with Lechia finishing the —08 season as champions, and as a result, secured promotion back to the Ekstraklasa.
For the —09 season Lechia returned to the Ekstraklasa for the first time since being relegated after the —88 Ekstraklasa season.
Lechia struggled in their first season of being back in the top flight of Polish football with the team losing 16 of the 30 games that season.
They ended the season three points above the relegation zone, and stayed in the league mostly due to their home form having 7 of their 9 wins that season from their home games.
Lechia fared better during the —10 season finishing in eighth, while also enjoying a cup run that took the team to the semi-finals of the —10 Polish Cup losing in the semi-final to eventual cup winners Jagiellonia.
It was during this season that Gdansk was chosen to be one of the host cities of the UEFA Euro championships in Poland and Ukraine, meaning the team would be moving from their current MOSiR Stadium to a new 43, capacity stadium in In Lechia's 3rd season back in the top flight, it was another season of consolidating their Ekstraklasa status.
In the —11 season the team once again finished in 8th place. It was, however, a more positive season that showed progression for the team as a whole.
And for the second season in a row Lechia reached the semi-finals of the —11 Polish Cup , before losing 5—0 to Legia over the two legs. This was the last season in which Lechia played at the MOSiR Stadium , the stadium in which Lechia had played all of their home games since their formation in The —12 season saw Lechia move into their new stadium , the first game to be played there saw Lechia playing against Cracovia , a game which finished 1—1.
Lechia struggled during their first season inside the new and much larger stadium, winning only three of their home games that season.
Lechia slumped to a 13th-place finish, in a season where they scored 21 goals in 30 games. In —13 there were more positives for Lechia, again finishing in a mid-table 8th.
The team once again struggled at home, winning only three games. With the relegation of Polonia Warsaw who finished the season in sixth due to financial issues, Lechia effectively finished seventh, and secured their highest finish since their return to the top flight.
There were major changes made for the —14 Ekstraklasa season with the introduction of a Championship Round teams who finish 1st—8th and a Relegation Round teams who finish 9th—16th.
This took the overall games played in a season from 30 to As ever Lechia finished eighth after the game season qualifying for the Championship Round.
Lechia finished the first-ever Championship Round in fourth place and just missing out on qualification for the qualifying rounds of the —15 UEFA Europa League due to Zawisza Bydgoszcz winning the —14 Polish Cup.
The 4th-place finish meant that Lechia had achieved their highest finish since the season, in which Lechia finished third.
During the mid-season transfer window Sebastian Mila rejoined the club where he had started his professional career 14 years earlier.
The Polish international became Lechia's captain for the remainder of the season, and helped the club to an eighth-placed finish for the regular season.
During the Championship Round, Lechia managed to finish in fifth, once again just missing out on qualifying for the Europa League.
Despite the new players Lechia struggled at the start of the season and hovered above the relegation zone until the winter break. The team managed to reach seventh place by the end of the regular season.
During the Championship Round Lechia once again finished fifth, and narrowly missed out on qualification for the Europa League Qualifiers.
The regular season saw Lechia winning all but three of their home games, and were top of the table at the end of 10 of the game weeks.
Lechia ended the regular season in fourth. Going into the final game of the season Lechia was in fourth place, two points behind Legia who were top, Lechia knew that with a win away to Legia they had a great chance of winning their first-ever Ekstraklasa title.
The game finished 0—0, and due to Lech and Jagiellonia drawing with each other, Lechia did not gain any positions and finished fourth with the same points as Lech and Jaga who finished in second and third.
For the third season in a row Lechia once again missed out on qualification for the Europa League by a single position, this time due to their main rivals Arka Gdynia getting the place from winning the —17 Polish Cup.
There was much anticipation for the —18 season after having the chance to win the title up until the final game the season before. However, any optimism of a repeat was short-lived.
Lechia spent most of the season in the bottom half of the table and finished the regular season in 14th, one place and one point above the relegation zone.
This was the first season Lechia had featured in the Relegation Round. Wins against Termalica Nieciecza , Arka Gdynia and Piast Gliwice ensured that Lechia finished the Relegation Round in 13th place, two places and three points above the relegation zone.
At the end of the season Sebastian Mila retired from football, after having had two spells with Lechia.
Piotr Stokowiec was in place for the final few games of the disappointing —18 season and was in place ready for the —19 Ekstraklasa season.
After the game Peszko received a three-month ban for a dangerous kick at Arvydas Novikovas. After the break Lechia continued their good form losing only 2 of the 11 games after the restart.
The final was played on 2 May at the National Stadium in Warsaw. Artur Sobiech scored the winning goal in the fifth minute of stoppage time, winning the Polish Cup for Lechia, the second time in their history they won the competition.
After losing only four games in the previous 30, Lechia lost four of the seven championship games. Despite the disappointing end, it was a historic campaign for Lechia after winning the Polish Cup for the second time, and finishing third in the league, their joint highest finish in the league which was last achieved in Lechia started the season with the Polish SuperCup playing against Polish Champions Piast Gliwice.
Lechia won the Polish SuperCup for the second time in their history by winning 3—1. It was announced a few days after the game, on 17 December, that the players and staff had not been played by the club since September and had failed to pay the players their bonuses for winning the Polish Cup in May.
To help with the club's future financial situation key players on high wagers were told they could leave during the winter break.
During the game it was clear to see the club's current situation with their finances with the entire bench being made up of teenagers from the U23's team.
Announcements were made over the following days and weeks, with the Ekstralasa, I liga and Polish Cup fixtures would both be suspended until 26 April at the earliest.
After a difficult restart to the season Lechia went on a run to climb the table, including a 4—3 win over rivals Arka Gdynia. Lechia finished the season in 4th place and played Cracovia in the Polish Cup final, losing the final 3—2 after the game went into extra-time.
Lechia went into the —21 celebrating their 75th anniversary, but with the fans and team knowing they had lost some key players from previous seasons.
Lechia struggled at the start of the season, losing two of their first three games, before finding some form and moving to a high of 4th place.
In early November the club had an outbreak affecting 13 players and 7 members of the coaching staff. After this initial success after the teams isolation, Lechia lost the following four games without scoring a goal.
Going into the final game before the winter break the team found themselves in the bottom half of the table. A 3—0 win over Cracovia helped them to rise up to 8th.
In the s many of the club's fans were active in the Solidarity movement which was fighting the communist regime in Poland.
The root syllable survives in several European languages and in some languages of Central Asia and the Middle East in names designating Poland, for example:.
According to legend, the name derives from the first ruler of Poland, Lech. See name of Poland and Lechites for details.
It is also the root of the term Lechitic languages. Several Polish sports organizations have adopted the name Lechia.During the —89 season Lechia struggled to adapt to the new league, finishing 10th out of However the old tales from pre-christian times says that first king of our country was named Lech and some nations called Bets B also Lechites. Strangely this Lechia an effect on the team with the team finished 6th and 7th in the following two seasons.