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Jakov Puljic ST J. Bartosz Bida ST B. Maciej Makuszewski ST Makuszewski. Damian Weglarz GK D. Blazej Augustyn DF B.
Fernan Lopez MF F. Tomas Prikryl ST T. Szymon Sobczak ST S. Xavier Dziekonski GK Dziekonski. Martin Chudy GK M. Erik Janza DF E. Wisniewski DF Wisniewski.
Giannis Masouras DF G. Michal Koj DF M. Daniel Scislak MF D. Roman Prochazka MF R. Bartosz Nowak MF B. Alex Sobczyk ST A. Piotr Krawczyk ST P.
Dawid Kudla GK D. Adrian Gryszkiewicz DF Gryszkiewicz. Filip Bainovic MF F. Adam Ryczkowski ST Ryczkowski. Stefanos Evangelou DF S.
Wojciech Hajda MF W. Jagiellonia Bialystok. Gornik Zabrze. Hubert Gostomski 22 H. Gostomski Pavels Steinbors 35 P. Steinbors Damian Weglarz 24 D.
Weglarz Xavier Dziekonski 17 Dziekonski Jan Majsterek 20 J. Majsterek Bödvar Bödvarsson 25 Bödvarsson Andrej Kadlec 24 A.
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Jasionek 16 years old 0 0. Kadlec 24 years old 3 0. Augustyn 32 years old 10 0. Runje 30 years old 9 0. Wdowik 20 years old 7 0. Pankiewicz 19 years old 2 0.
Olszewski 21 years old 11 0. Majsterek 20 years old 0 0. Romanczuk 29 years old 12 1. Borysiuk 29 years old 8 0.
Makuszewski 31 years old 10 3. Twardek 23 years old 6 0. Mystkowski 22 years old 10 1. Wojciechowski 18 years old 0 0. The club won the Polish Cup and Super Cup in and qualified to play in the third round qualification of the UEFA Europa League.
It was the club's first appearance in the European cup. The club's most successful seasons were the —17 and —18 seasons when they finished 2nd in the Ekstraklasa.
In , the club was involved in a corruption scandal that almost resulted in their relegation to the II liga ; however, instead of being relegated the club was deducted 10 points in the following season.
On November 2, WKS 42PP lost 1—2 against WKS 82 PP for the play-offs to advance to Division 1. The term Jagiellonia refers to the Jagiellonian dynasty which ruled Poland for two centuries.
In , due to financial problems, the club dissolved and ceased to exist until its reactivation in Unfortunately, in June the following year, with the new government in place there was no room for Jagiellonia, mostly because of the history with the Bolsheviks in and the 42nd Infantry Regiment.
The club's crest and colours first appeared in It was not until the mids that fans began to use yellow-red as club colours, but official documents at the time still use the white and black colours.
Currently, the team's official colours are yellow-red, but in reference to history the team's away colours are white and black.
The club joined the regular league in , starting in klasa B in the Vilnius OZPN district. The season was a success, winning the first season and gaining promotion to klasa A.
Due to a pause in the league there were no games in The team was doing well getting third in the following season. In 42PP, the club's name at the time, was the most successful thus far.
They appeared in the play-offs for the top division in the country. It is not known who created the team's new crest but what is known is that it had to do with the history of the Jagiellonian dynasty, Grand Duchy of Lithuania, and pre-partitioned Poland.
In the mid-thirties Jagiellonia began to experience problems, the city was not able to maintain the club. Unfortunately, this decision did not solve the problem completely.
All the matches were cancelled and all the players were forced to find new clubs. For the second time in its history Jagiellonia had the host stadium of Stadium Zwierzyniecki.
In the early 70s the team played in Klasa A and in the district league. Many young players started playing for the club, including future representatives for the Polish national team juniors.
The team was eventually promoted to League II in , but the success was short lived after only being there for 3 seasons, Jagiellonia was relegated in The first match in the return to Ekstraklasa had estimated thousand supporters.