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Legia Warszawa {{#invoke:IPAc-en|main}} (Polish pronunciation: [ˈlɛɡʲja varˈʂava]), known in English as Legia Warsaw, is a professional football club based in Warsaw, Poland. Legia is one of the most successful Polish football clubs in history winning ten Ekstraklasa Champions titles,<ref name="ekstraklasa1993">Legia won 1st place in 1992–93 Ekstraklasa, but was accused of corruption. Result of the last match was cancelled and the team dropped into second place in the table. The Polish FA (PZPN) decided to give the championship to Lech Poznań.
{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref> a record 16 Polish Cup trophies and a record four Polish SuperCup matches. The club's home venue is the Polish Army Stadium.

The club was founded in March 1916 during military operations in World War I on the Eastern Front in the Maniewicze area in Volhynia, as the football club of the Polish Legions. After World War I, it became the main official football club of the Polish ArmyWojskowy Klub Sportowy Legia Warszawa (Military Sports Club Legia Warsaw). From 1949 to 1957, Legia was known as CWKS Warszawa (Central Military Sports Club Warsaw).

Before 8 April 2004 it was owned by Pol-Mot and from 8 April 2004 (sold for 3 million złoty) up until 9 January 2014, it was owned by media conglomerate ITI Group.<ref>http://ekstraklasa.wp.pl/kat,32284,title,Oficjalnie-ITI-sprzedalo-Legie,wid,16312159,wiadomosc.html</ref> Currently the club is owned by Dariusz Mioduski (80%) and Bogusław Leśnodorski (20%) – who serves as the club's chairman. The duo have acquired the club for unpublished sum, which also included paying off debts made by previous ownership.


Legia Warsaw sections
Intro   History    Stadium   Sponsors   Supporters & Rivalries    Achievements    Legia in Europe   Club records  Players  Coaching staff   Coaches and managers    See also    References    External links   

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Legia Warszawa {{#invoke:IPAc-en|main}} (Polish pronunciation: [ˈlɛɡʲja varˈʂava]), known in English as Legia Warsaw, is a professional football club based in Warsaw, Poland. Legia is one of the most successful Polish football clubs in history winning ten Ekstraklasa Champions titles,<ref name="ekstraklasa1993">Legia won 1st place in 1992–93 Ekstraklasa, but was accused of corruption. Result of the last match was cancelled and the team dropped into second place in the table. The Polish FA (PZPN) decided to give the championship to Lech Poznań.
{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref> a record 16 Polish Cup trophies and a record four Polish SuperCup matches. The club's home venue is the Polish Army Stadium.

The club was founded in March 1916 during military operations in World War I on the Eastern Front in the Maniewicze area in Volhynia, as the football club of the Polish Legions. After World War I, it became the main official football club of the Polish ArmyWojskowy Klub Sportowy Legia Warszawa (Military Sports Club Legia Warsaw). From 1949 to 1957, Legia was known as CWKS Warszawa (Central Military Sports Club Warsaw).

Before 8 April 2004 it was owned by Pol-Mot and from 8 April 2004 (sold for 3 million złoty) up until 9 January 2014, it was owned by media conglomerate ITI Group.<ref>http://ekstraklasa.wp.pl/kat,32284,title,Oficjalnie-ITI-sprzedalo-Legie,wid,16312159,wiadomosc.html</ref> Currently the club is owned by Dariusz Mioduski (80%) and Bogusław Leśnodorski (20%) – who serves as the club's chairman. The duo have acquired the club for unpublished sum, which also included paying off debts made by previous ownership.


Legia Warsaw sections
Intro   History    Stadium   Sponsors   Supporters & Rivalries    Achievements    Legia in Europe   Club records  Players  Coaching staff   Coaches and managers    See also    References    External links   

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