Krakow is Poland’s third largest city; it is actually Poland’s leading tourist destination and leaves the other Polish cities far behind when it comes to tourism. For many centuries, Krakow acted as the much-loved royal capital and as such, is steeped in rich Polish history and remarkably suffered no damage during the Second World War, meaning that all of its most beautiful medieval buildings and Renaissance architectural treasures remain well preserved.
Friendly Match Arrangements
Most of our clubs go to Krakow and play friendly football matches, which are arranged against teams in nearby villages. Quite often the fixture will be promoted throughout the town and 100’s come to watch the game. You will be surprised by the warmth and friendliness of your hosts who usually go out of the way to supply the entertainment afterwards!