Poland national handball team

The Poland men's national handball team is controlled by the Poland Handball Federation (Związek Piłki Ręcznej w Polsce), and represents Poland in international matches.[1]

Poland
Information
NicknameBiało-Czerwoni (White and Reds)
Gladiatorzy (The Gladiators)
AssociationPoland Handball Federation
(Związek Piłki Ręcznej w Polsce)   
CoachPatryk Rombel
Assistant coachMarcin Rosengarten
CaptainPiotr Chrapkowski
Most capsSławomir Szmal (298)
Most goalsJerzy Klempel (1170)
Colours
Home
Away
Results
Summer Olympics
Appearances5 (First in 1972)
Best result3rd (1976)
World Championship
Appearances15 (First in 1958)
Best result2nd (2007)
European Championship
Appearances8 (First in 2002)
Best result4th (2010)
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Poland national handball team
Medal record
Olympic Games
1976 MontrealTeam
World Championship
2007 Germany
1982 West Germany
2009 Croatia
2015 Qatar

Honours

CompetitionTotal
Olympic Games 0011
World Championship 0134
European Championship 0000
Total0145

Competitive record

Olympic Games

Year Round Position GP W D* L GS GA
1936 Berlin Did Not Enter
Not held from 1948 to 1968
1972 Munich Match for 9th place 10th of 16 5 2 1 2 75 78
1976 Montreal Third Place 3rd of 12 5 4 0 1 101 89
1980 Moscow Match for 7th place 7th of 12 6 3 1 2 146 119
1984 Los Angeles Did Not Participate
1988 Seoul Did Not Qualify
1992 Barcelona
1996 Atlanta
2000 Sydney
2004 Athens
2008 Beijing Match for 5th place 5th of 12 8 5 1 2 235 214
2012 London Did Not Qualify
2016 Rio de Janeiro Match for 3rd place 4th of 12 8 3 0 5 222 227
Total 5/13 0 Titles 32 17 3 12 779 727

World Championships

European Championship

Team

Coaching staff

Position Name
Head Coach Patryk Rombel
Assistant Coach Marcin Rosengarten
Goalkeeping Coach Sławomir Szmal
Fitness Coach Łukasz Wicha

Head coaches

Statistics

Matches include data obtained exclusively in official international matches of the Polish national team. All unofficial matches of the national team, or meetings in the frame other than the national team - played by a player - are not included in the following lists.

Most caps (June 16, 2019)
# Player Years Caps
1.Sławomir Szmal1998–2018298
2.Karol Bielecki2002–2018255
3.Marcin Lijewski1997–2013251
4.Andrzej Szymczak1967–1984234
4.Bartosz Jurecki2004–2016234
6.Jerzy Klempel1972–1987221
7.Daniel Waszkiewicz1977–1989214
8.Mariusz Jurasik1997–2012207
9.Alfred Kałuziński1973–1982204
10.Patryk Kuchczyński2002–2014201
11.Michał Jurecki2005–200
12.Bogdan Wenta1981–1994198
13.Zbigniew Tłuczyński1978–1990186
14.Krzysztof Lijewski2003–185
15.Zbigniew Plechoć1983–1990178
16.Henryk Rozmiarek1971–1980177
17.Jan Gmyrek1970–1979176
18.Damian Wleklak1998–2009164
19.Janusz Brzozowski1973–1982162
20.Robert Nowakowski1989–2003160
Most goals (June 16, 2019)
# Player Years Goals
1.Jerzy Klempel1972–19841170
2.Karol Bielecki2002–2018955
3.Bogdan Wenta1981–1994763
4.Bartosz Jurecki2004–2016729
5.Marcin Lijewski1997–2013711
6.Robert Nowakowski1989–2003709
7.Daniel Waszkiewicz1977–1989705
8.Mariusz Jurasik1997–2012704
9.Alfred Kałuziński1973–1982620
10.Grzegorz Tkaczyk2000–2012549
11.Michał Jurecki2005–547
12.Zbigniew Tłuczyński1978–1990527
13.Tomasz Tłuczyński2006–2012503
14.Lesław Dziuba1981–1990447
15.Krzysztof Lijewski2003–439
16.Patryk Kuchczyński2002–2014435
17.Zbigniew Plechoć1983–1990427
18.Piotr Przybecki1989–2005372
19.Grzegorz Kosma1969–1984355
20.Piotr Obrusiewicz1994–2006348

Kit suppliers

The Polish national kit is supplied by 4F.

Media Coverage

Poland's matches are currently televised by TVP Sport.

References

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