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    Jagiellonia Białystok Secures First Championship Title

    Jagiellonia Białystok clinched their first-ever PKO BP Ekstraklasa title with a decisive 3-0 victory over Warta Poznań on Saturday. Under the leadership of coach Adrian Siemieniec, the team took an early lead, scoring all three goals within the first 30 minutes. Goals from Nene, Taras Romanczuk, and Jesus Imaz sealed the win, ensuring Jagiellonia’s place in history.

    Relegation Drama Unfolds

    While Jagiellonia celebrated, Warta Poznań faced relegation following their loss and Korona Kielce’s 2-1 win against Lech Poznań. Warta’s defeat, coupled with victories by Radomiak Radom and Puszcza Niepołomice, confirmed their drop from the top tier after four seasons. Korona Kielce’s survival was marked by a dramatic comeback, overturning a 1-0 deficit to secure their spot in the league.

    Legia Warsaw, assured of third place, secured a 2-1 win over Zagłębie Lubin, while ŁKS Łódź bid farewell to the league with a 3-2 victory over Stal Mielec. Other notable results included Pogoń Szczecin’s 1-0 win over Górnik Zabrze and Ruch Chorzów’s 2-0 triumph over Cracovia. In a rain-delayed match, Śląsk Wrocław beat Raków Częstochowa 2-1 but fell short of the title.

    Looking Ahead to European Competitions

    With the season concluded, attention turns to European competitions. Jagiellonia Białystok will aim to impress in the Champions League qualifiers, while Wisła Kraków, Śląsk Wrocław, and Legia Warsaw prepare for the Europa and Conference League qualifiers. The Polish Football Association extends congratulations to all teams for their efforts and achievements this season.

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