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    Wisła Kraków’s Triumphant Return to European Competitions

    Wisła Kraków returns to European competitions after 12 years, starting with a Europa League qualifier against Llapi Podujeve.

    After over 12 years, Wisła Kraków is set to return to European competitions. The Polish club’s last appearance was in the 2011/12 season, where they narrowly missed out on the Champions League group stage but made it to the Europa League. Wisła finished second in their group, advancing to the Round of 32 in dramatic fashion thanks to a last-minute goal by Odense BK against Fulham, securing their place.

    Memorable Matches

    Wisła’s final matches in the 2011/12 Europa League were against Standard Liege. Despite two hard-fought draws, the team was eliminated, with both games marred by red cards. Managed by Kazimierz Moskal, who has recently returned as head coach, Wisła faced the Belgian side with great resilience.

    A New Challenge

    Now, Wisła Kraków is poised to make a fresh start in the European arena, beginning with the first qualifying round of the Europa League against Llapi Podujeve from Kosovo. With a history of 22 European campaigns, 104 matches, 47 wins, 37 losses, and 20 draws, the team has scored 184 goals and conceded 142. Fans eagerly await another thrilling chapter in Wisła’s storied European journey.

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