Filip Kliszczyk

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Filip Kliszszyk (2013)

Filip Kliszczyk (born May 5, 1977 in Tarnów ) is a Polish handball player . It is mainly used in the left back position.

In his youth he played in Tarnów, first with Pałac Młodzieży Tarnów, then until 1996 with Unia Tarnów. He then moved to Śląsk Wrocław , where he played until 2001, winning the Polish Championship and playing internationally in the Champions League, the EHF Cup and the Challenge Cup. From 2001 to 2005 he was active for the KS Kielce club , with which he again won the championship and the Polish Cup. He moved to Grasshopper Club Zurich in Switzerland in 2005 and from there to Fram Reykjavík in Iceland in 2007 . For the 2008/2009 season he moved back to Poland to AZS-AWF Gorzów Wielkopolski , where he was active until 2011. He then played for Gaz system Pogoń Szczecin . In January 2013 he moved to Germany to the Stralsund HV playing in the 3rd division . After the 2012/2013 season he left the club and returned to Gaz-System Pogoń Szczecin.

The 1.90 m tall and 95 kg heavy Filip Kliszczyk was also used for the Polish men's national handball team .

Web links

Commons : Filip Kliszczyk  - collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Press release of the Stralsund AGM, January 24, 2013
  2. ^ Ostsee-Zeitung Stralsund, May 13, 2013
  3., July 20, 2013