Lechia Gdańsk Museum

Lechia Gdańsk is most famously the local football team but the Lechia Gdańsk club has representative teams in a multitude of sports. This museum is dedicated to all of these sports although it is the football club and their most famous era which always captures our attention. Despite coming from one of the country's biggest cities, Lechia Gdańsk have rarely troubled the trophy engravers over the decades since the club was re-activated here after the war having left its spiritual home of Lwów (now Lviv in Ukraine). Their biggest moment came in 1983 when they lifted the Polish Cup for the one time in their history, despite being a third-level side at the time. The following season they came up against the mighty Juventus in the European Cup-Winners’ Cup in a match that became the stuff of legend more for what the club and the fans represented rather than what happened on the pitch. If you like your football it’s worth a visit. If you like your history you’ll really enjoy it.

The Lechia Gdańsk museum opens 2 hours before any football match starts, and is accessible for people with disabilities. However, it should be noted that THIS VENUE DOES NOT HAVE TOILETS....AT ALL!!


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It is also possible to visit museum during the weekend, it is open for 2 hours before the footbal match starts.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 8/5zł.


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