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    Teqball in Poland: Listkiewicz – “We are among the world leaders in this young discipline, and one of our players is a world vice-champion.”

    Teqball is a relatively new sport that has gained a lot of popularity in Poland in recent years. It is a hybrid sport that combines aspects of soccer and table tennis, played on a specially designed table with a curved surface.

    “We are among the world leaders in this young discipline, and one of our players is a world vice-champion. We are very happy that the teqball competition is scheduled to take place on the Main Square in Krakow. It will be a great promotion for the sport,” believes Michał Listkiewicz, President of the Polish Teqball Association.

    Teqball was introduced to Poland in 2017, and since then, it has been rapidly growing in popularity. The sport has gained a following among people of all ages, from children to adults, and has been adopted by many schools, sports clubs, and recreational centers across the country.

    In Poland, it is overseen by the Polish Teqball Federation, which is a member of the International Teqball Federation (FITEQ). The federation is responsible for organizing national competitions and events, as well as promoting the sport and training coaches and players.

    One of the reasons why Teqball has become so popular in Poland is because it is a fun and engaging way to improve one’s skills in soccer and other sports that require good hand-eye coordination. The game can be played by two or more players and is a great way to socialize and have fun with friends or family.

    Teqball has become a popular sport in Poland, attracting a growing number of players and fans every year. With the support of the Polish Teqball Federation and other organizations, it is likely to continue to grow and become a staple of Polish sports culture in the years to come.

    The European Games Krakow – Malopolska 2023

    “During the European Games Krakow – Malopolska 2023, the teqball competition (28 June – 1 July) will take place in singles and doubles (men and women) as well as in mixed doubles. By the end of March it will be decided who will come to Krakow to compete for medals. The preliminaries take place during the European Teqball Tour events. Two tournaments – in Budapest and Skopje – have already been played.”


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