Comarch Cracovia
Date Home Away Results
13.09.2017 Comarch Cracovia GKS Tychy 2:7
15.09.2017 Tempish Polonia Comarch Cracovia 1:3
17.09.2017 Comarch Cracovia TatrySki Podhale Nowy Targ 4:2
20.09.2017 Unia Oświecim Comarch Cracovia 3:7
22.09.2017 PGE Orlik Opole Comarch Cracovia 1:6
24.09.2017 Comarch Cracovia JKH GKS Jastrzębie 2:3
06.10.2017 Comarch Cracovia Tauron KH GKS Katowice 6:2
13.10.2017 Comarch Cracovia Naprzód Janów 9:0
15.10.2017 SMS I Sosnowiec (PZHL) Comarch Cracovia 3:10
17.10.2017 MH Automatyka Gdańsk Comarch Cracovia 2:5
25.10.2017 GKS Tychy Comarch Cracovia 3:4
27.10.2017 Comarch Cracovia Tempish Polonia 6:0
29.10.2017 TatrySki Podhale Nowy Targ Comarch Cracovia 2:5
31.10.2017 Comarch Cracovia PGE Orlik Opole 3:0
03.11.2017 JKH GKS Jastrzębie Comarch Cracovia 1:3
05.11.2017 Comarch Cracovia Unia Oświecim 7:3
17.11.2017 Tauron KH GKS Katowice Comarch Cracovia 3:0
19.11.2017 Comarch Cracovia MH Automatyka Gdańsk 3:4
24.11.2017 Naprzód Janów Comarch Cracovia 1:7
26.11.2017 Comarch Cracovia SMS I Sosnowiec (PZHL) 9:1
01.12.2017 Comarch Cracovia Naprzód Janów 10:2
03.12.2017 Comarch Cracovia GKS Tychy 2:3
19.12.2017 Comarch Cracovia TatrySki Podhale Nowy Targ -:-
22.12.2017 PGE Orlik Opole Comarch Cracovia -:-
09.01.2018 Tempish Polonia Comarch Cracovia -:-

Name of home arena: Adam "Roch" Kowalski Arena

Built: 1961

Address: 7 Siedleckiego Street, Krakow

Arena attendance capacity: 2514

Avg. attendance 2016-17 (regular season): 1200-1300

The arena is located at 7 Siedleckiego Street in Kazimierz which is a historical district of Old Town in Krakow. It is named after Adam "Roch" Kowalski, who spent his whole career at Cracovia. The construction of the arena began on the 1st of July 1956 and it was opened on the 18th of July 1961.

Basic info



Club adress
1 Kałuży Street


National titles
12 – 1937, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2016, 2017

European championships or greatest European accomplishments

Last Seasons

2016-17: 2nd regular season, league champion, CHL group stage
2015-16: 1st regular season, league champion
2014-15: 4th regular season, quarter-finals
2013-14: 4th regular season, quarter-finals
2012-13: 4th regular season, league champion

About club

Cracovia is the oldest active sport club in Poland. Founded on 13 June 1906 in Krakow, the club has won five league championships in football and 12 in ice hockey. The club’s iconic white and red striped design is known all over Poland and is used both by its football and hockey teams. The first information on hockey in Krakow dates back to 1912, but it was a dozen or so years later when the first hockey team really emerged. Starting in 1923 it was coached by Józef Lustgarten and consisted of high school students. The first official game was played on 17 February 1924 when Cracovia won 1-0 against AZS. The team currently plays in the Polish Hockey League the top league in Polish hockey. Its recent string of success has come under the guidance of Rudolf Roháček, who has now been the team's head coach for more than 12 years.