Odra Opole

OKS Odra Opole ( Opole club officially Sportowy Odra Opole) is a Polish football and sports club based in the Polish city of Opole. The club was founded in 1945 under the name OKS Odra Opole.

The best finish of the top Polish league was achieved in 1964 with a 3rd place in the table. The greatest success is to win the League Cup in 1977 with a 3-1 victory in the final against Widzew Łódź. As Poland had obtained the right to lodge a third team for the UEFA Cup in 1977/78, this place was awarded to Odra Opole. However, trained by Antoni Piechniczek team already retired in the first round against 1.FC Magdeburg.

The traditional club colors are blue and red The reason for the renaming of OKS Odra Opole in Opole OKS Oderka was a conflict between the Executive and sponsors. On 14 June 2011 it was decided to the old name Odra Opole return.

Odra Opole plays its home matches at the stadium Miejski w Opolu (City stadium in Opole ), which currently has 3,300 seats. In addition, there are 500 standing room for guests.

  • 5.1 Coaches and coaching staff of the 2011/12 season


  • 3rd place in the Orange Ekstraklasa: 1964
  • Cup semi-finalists: 1955, 1981, 2001
  • League Cup Winners: 1977

Name Changes

Well-known former players

  • Pape Samba Ba ( five times the Senegalese national team )
  • Bernard Blaut
  • Zygfryd Blaut
  • Henryk Brejza
  • Hugo Enyinnaya
  • Zbigniew Gut
  • Engelbert Jarek
  • Bronisław Kabat
  • Josef Klose
  • Konrad Kornek
  • Zbigniew Kwasniewski
  • Adam Ledwoń
  • Bohdan Masztaler
  • Józef Młynarczyk
  • Andrzej Niedzielan
  • Henryk Szczepanski
  • Roman Wójcicki
  • Marek Tracz

Players and coaches of the football department

First team

The seniors team OKS Odra Opole plays in the 2013/14 season in the third- highest division of the Polish Football Association, in the II League, Group zachodnia (West).

Current squad

As of October 17, 2012

1 Poland Marcin Feć 12 Ukraine Igor Chodanowicz

3 Poland Tomasz Drąg 17 Poles, Krystian Kowalczyk 4 Poland Tomasz Copik 5 Poland Kacper Wdowik 7 Poland Marcel Surowiak 6 Poland Dawid Łoziński 20 Poland Maciej Michniewicz 18 Poland Bartholomew Rewucki

8 Poland Tomasz Wawrzyniak - Poland Damian Fila 23 Poland Piotr Plewnia - Poland Bartholomew Niemiec - Poland Sebastian Nowak - Poland Bartosz Sobczyński 10 Poland Michał Filipowicz 15 Poland Sebastian Deja 13 Poland Marcin Czerwiński 22 Poland Madrin Piegzik 14 Poland Krzysztof Meryk 16 Poland Denis Luptak - Poland Damian Wolny

24 Poland Paweł Wasilewski 9 Poland Adam Setla

Coach and coaching staff of the 2011/12 season