Poland: Bialo-czerwoni

The Polish national football team, also known as the "Bialo-czerwoni," is gearing up for a challenging group stage at the European Championship 2024 in Germany. Under the leadership of new coach Fernando Santos, the team aims to overcome its recent disappointing performances. In the current squad, Robert Lewandowski stands out as the undisputed captain and key player. In goal, Poland has an experienced and reliable goalkeeper with Wojciech Szczęsny. The defense is strengthened by players like Jan Bednarek and Jakub Kiwior, while in midfield, Piotr Zieliński and Sebastian Szymański provide creativity and stability.

Wojciech Szczęsny

Wojciech Szczęsny is the undisputed number one goalkeeper for the Polish national team and a key figure for Juventus in Serie A. Born on April 18, 1990, in Warsaw, Szczęsny combines vast experience with exceptional talent, making him a crucial player for both his club and country. This season, he has been in remarkable form, keeping 15 clean sheets in 33 games. His heroics in the penalty shootout against Wales in the European Championship 2024 playoff secured Poland’s place in the tournament in Germany. With a wealth of international experience and consistent club performances, Szczęsny is a dependable presence between the posts.

Szczęsny: goalkeeper gloves

Szczęsny: goalkeeper jersey

Szczęsny: football boots


Marcin Bułka, currently the second-choice goalkeeper for Poland in the European Championship 2024, has recently risen to prominence with his performances for OGC Nice. He has kept nine consecutive clean sheets in the French league, showcasing his ability to maintain top form. Bułka continued this impressive run during his debut for the national team in a friendly against Latvia, proving his competence on the international stage.

Bułka: goalkeeper gloves

Łukasz Skorupski

Łukasz Skorupski, nominated as Poland’s third goalkeeper for the European Championship 2024, brings both experience and reliability to the squad. Playing for Bologna FC in Serie A, Skorupski has had an impressive career. Although his appearances for the national team have been limited, he has demonstrated that he can compete at a high level. His skills and composure under pressure could be invaluable for Poland should he be called upon during the tournament.