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Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDPForm
1   Miedź Legnica 30 19 8 3 51 22 +29 65 WDDLW
2
Arka Gdynia 30 18 3 9 58 31 +27 57 WWWWW
3
Widzew Łódź 30 16 8 6 49 32 +17 56 LWWDW
4   Korona Kielce 30 14 10 6 41 30 +11 52 WLDWW
5   Chrobry Glogow 30 12 10 8 38 30 +8 46 DWDLD
6
Odra Opole 30 11 9 10 41 41 +0 42 LDDWD
7
Łódzki KS 30 11 9 10 31 30 +1 42 LLDWD
8
Sandecja Nowy Sącz 30 11 9 10 34 31 +3 42 LDDLW
9
Podbeskidzie 30 10 11 9 43 35 +8 41 WLDDL
10
Tychy 71 30 10 10 10 31 35 -4 40 LDDDL
11
Katowice 30 8 12 10 36 44 -8 36 WDWLL
12
Resovia Rzeszów 30 8 11 11 31 34 -3 35 DDDDD
13   SKRA Częstochowa 30 7 12 11 25 38 -13 33 LDDDD
14
Puszcza Niepolomice 30 9 6 15 37 44 -7 33 WWLLD
15
Zagłębie Sosnowiec 30 7 10 13 36 41 -5 31 LDDLD
16   Stomil Olsztyn 30 9 3 18 31 51 -20 30 WWLWD
17   Górnik Polkowice 30 4 14 12 28 49 -21 26 WLDDD
18   Jastrzębie 30 4 9 17 26 49 -23 21 LLLWL
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About I Liga

The I liga is the men’s second division Polish league, sitting below the Ekstraklasa in the country’s football league system. The competition began way back in 1948 but was only renamed as I liga (the First League) in 2008 – it was previously known as II liga (the Second League).

The Polish second division has seen format changes over the years, though not drastic. A total of 18 teams compete in this league each season, with clubs fighting for the title and promotion to the first division all the while trying to avoid relegation.

In 2017/18 and several seasons before that, the bottom three teams would be relegated while the 15th-placed team (fourth from bottom) entered a playoff. This meant they would face off against the 4th place team from the II liga, the third division in Poland, with the winner booking their ticket in I liga for the next season. Additionally, the top two teams would get promoted to the Ekstraklasa while the first-placed side would be crowned champions.

In 2018/19, the Polish second division got rid of the qualification playoff, meaning the maximum amount of teams that could get relegated was changed from four to three. The following season saw the introduction of the promotion playoff, with the top two teams earning automatic tickets to the top flight while those that finish in third to six enter a playoff for the third promotion.

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