Founded in 1906, MKS Cracovia is the oldest football team in Poland, and the oldest active sports club in the country. It has had a volatile history, with triumphs in the Polish top division (the Ekstraklasa) at one end of the spectrum, relegation and near bankruptcy at the other. Today, after years in lower leagues the club is re-established in Poland’s top flight, and last year competed in the Europa League for the first time in decades. In 2020 Cracovia won the Polish super cup for the first time in its history. Off the pitch Cracovia’s fortunes are also on the rise. Today it is a subsidiary of Comarch S.A., which is also the club’s sponsor. Cracow-based Comarch is a global software business listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
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