Scheduled to take place this evening, the match will be contested by Poland and Ukraine’s most successful sides – however, the game is not without controversy with one fan group accusing Dynamo Kyiv’s owners of pro-Russian sentiment.
Teaming up with UK-based sports and entertainment agency Capital Block, the club can now boast to be the first in Europe to sign with an NFT agency.
Launching the initiative in July, Warsaw’s three-year-old KTS Weszło SA has so far attracted over 11,000 investors to be part owners of the club.
Whilst Legia’s players will look back on the numerous half-chances that they failed to capitalize on, the tie remains very much alive with next week’s second leg perfectly balanced.
The Science4football conference provided an insight into the ever-changing role technology has on the sport of football.
A 78-year-old former builder, dubbed "The king of Polish football fans” will soon make his way to Russia to attend his 11th consecutive football World Cup.