A brief glimpse into the past

VolleyFON #19 - Mikołaj Szewczyk - Siatkarski podróżnik - VIDEO
VolleyFON #19 - Mikołaj Szewczyk - Siatkarski podróżnik - VIDEO

Dołączył do TAURON AZS-u Częstochowa jako „specjalista od play-outów” w bardzo trudnym momencie i wydaje się, że w dużym stopniu dzięki niemu ...



Wypowiedzi po ostatnim meczu sezonu z MCKiS Jaworzno
Wypowiedzi po ostatnim meczu sezonu z MCKiS Jaworzno

Ostatnie spotkanie o 9. miejsce w ligowej tabeli podsumowali siatkarze Buskowianki Kielce, libero/rozgrywający - Grzegorz Kowalczyk, kapitan, Piotr Adamski ...



Komentarze po domowym meczu z Jaworznem
Komentarze po domowym meczu z Jaworznem

Pierwszy mecz o 9. miejsce podsumowali siatkarze Buskowianki Kielce: Piotr Adamski, Kamil Kosiba i Grzegorz Pacholczak oraz szkoleniowiec, Mateusz ...



Mikołaj Szewczyk: "Czułem przed meczem dziwny spokój" - VIDEO
Mikołaj Szewczyk: "Czułem przed meczem dziwny spokój" - VIDEO

TAURON AZS zrobił pierwszy krok w kierunku utrzymania na zapleczu PlusLigi. Częstochowianie wygrali w pierwszym starciu play-out z Mickiewiczem ...



Piotr Łuka - „Zagraliśmy swoją siatkówkę” - VIDEO
Piotr Łuka - „Zagraliśmy swoją siatkówkę” - VIDEO

Dawno nie widzieliśmy trenera TAURON AZS-u po meczu w tak dobrym nastroju, ale i dawno nie miał ku temu powodów. Akademicy byli zdecydowanie lepsi ...



TAURON AZS do Kluczborka jedzie grać o życie – VIDEO
TAURON AZS do Kluczborka jedzie grać o życie – VIDEO

To czego można było spodziewać się już od dawna stało się faktem. TAURON AZS chcąc pozostać w pierwszej lidze, jako ostatnia drużyna po rundzie ...



Komentarze po domowym meczu z MCKiS Jaworzno
Komentarze po domowym meczu z MCKiS Jaworzno

Po zwycięstwie z MCKiS Jaworzno mecz podsumowali atakujący gości, Rafał Pawlak, zawodnicy Buskowianki Kielce: Maksymilian Starzec, Sławomir Busch i ...



Team, Place & City Details

Korona Kielce

Korona Kielce, Polish pronunciation: [kɔˈrɔna ˈkʲɛltsɛ], is a Polish football club, currently playing in the Ekstraklasa. In the years 2002–08 Club belonged to Polish holding company Kolporter Holding and achieved its greatest success – in 2005, winning promotion to the first division (Ekstraklasa).

Kielce City Stadium
Kielce City Stadium

The Suzuki Arena is a multi-purpose stadium in Kielce, Poland. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Korona Kielce.

Vive Targi Kielce

KS PGE Vive Kielce , also known by its historical name Iskra Kielce is a Polish professional handball team based in Kielce. The club was founded in 1965 as Iskra Kielce, now is playing in Men's PGNiG Superliga.

Częstochowa
Częstochowa

Częstochowa ; Silesian: Czynstochowy; Czech: Čenstochová) is a city in southern Poland on the Warta River with 222,292 inhabitants, making it the thirteenth-largest city in Poland. It is situated in the Silesian Voivodeship (administrative division) since 1999, and was previously the capital of the Częstochowa Voivodeship (1975–1998).

Częstochowa Voivodeship
Częstochowa Voivodeship

Częstochowa Voivodeship was a unit of administrative division and local government in Poland in years 1975–1998, superseded mainly by Silesian Voivodeship, with a few eastern gminas attached to the freshly created Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship. Though most of the current territory of the former Częstochowa Voivodeship belongs to the Silesian Voivodeship, it historically is part of Lesser Poland, apart from western areas, around Lubliniec and Olesno.

Częstochowa County
Częstochowa County

Częstochowa County is a unit of territorial administration and local government (powiat) in Silesian Voivodeship, southern Poland. It came into being on January 1, 1999, as a result of the Polish local government reforms passed in 1998.

Częstochowa pogrom (1902)
Częstochowa pogrom (1902)

Częstochowa pogrom refers to an alleged anti-Semitic disturbance that occurred on August 11, 1902, in the town of Chenstokhov, Russian Partition under Nicholas II . According to an official Russian report by the Tsarist Governor of the Piotrków Governorate (residing at the 85 kilometres (53 mi) distance), the said pogrom started after an altercation between Jewish shopkeeper and a Catholic woman.

Częstochowa University of Technology
Częstochowa University of Technology

Częstochowa University of Technology is the largest and oldest institution of higher education in Częstochowa, Poland. All faculties of the University have the right to grant doctoral degrees (currently over 300 post-graduate students), and three of them also offer PhD habilitation.

Częstochowa Ghetto uprising
Częstochowa Ghetto uprising

The Częstochowa Ghetto uprising was an insurrection in Poland's Częstochowa Ghetto against German occupational forces during World War II. It took place in late June 1943, resulting in some 2,000 Jews being killed. The Ghetto was established following a day known as Bloody Monday, a day in which the Nazis killed 300 Jewish citizens in its occupation of the city of Częstochowa.

Częstochowa Ghetto
Częstochowa Ghetto

The Częstochowa Ghetto was a World War II ghetto set up by Nazi Germany for the purpose of persecution and exploitation of local Jews in the city of Częstochowa during the German occupation of Poland. The approximate number of people confined to the ghetto was around 40,000 at the beginning and in late 1942 at its peak, immediately before mass deportations, 48,000.

Częstochowa massacre
Częstochowa massacre

The Częstochowa massacre, also known as the Bloody Monday, was committed by the German Wehrmacht forces beginning on the 4th day of World War II in the Polish city of Częstochowa, between 4 and 6 September 1939. The shootings, beatings and plunder, continued for three days in more than a dozen separate locations around the city.

Częstochowa City Council
Częstochowa City Council

Częstochowa City Council is a unicameral governing body of the city of Częstochowa, the second biggest city in Silesian Voivodeship. It consists of 28 councilors elected in free elections for a five-year term (since 2018).

Kielce pogrom
Kielce pogrom

The Kielce pogrom was an outbreak of violence toward the Jewish community centre's gathering of refugees in the city of Kielce, Poland on 4 July 1946 by Polish soldiers, police officers, and civilians during which 42 Jews were killed and more than 40 were wounded. Polish courts later sentenced nine of the attackers to death in connection with the crimes.As the deadliest pogrom against Polish Jews after the Second World War, the incident was a significant point in the post-war history of Jews in Poland.