Footballing ace Robert Lewandowski is moving off the pitch and into the lakes – by investing in a new complex in Poland’s Mazury.
As Poland prepares for the World Cup in Russia in 12 days’ time, The First News takes a look at the man who could lead them to victory.
Poland's football team bus for the forthcoming World Cup in Russia will be decorated with the slogan "Go Poland," as chosen by internet users, football's world governing body FIFA announced on Thursday.
Thousands of World Cup football fans are expected to descend on the Polish port city of Gdańsk in the lead up to the competition in a bid to avoid accommodation price hikes of up to 18,000 per cent.
There may still be one round left of the football season, but the two Kraków teams can count a relatively successful season. Wisła Kraków, who will leave the season on Sunday with a match against Gornik Zabrze, will most likely finish 5th or 6th.
Football fans around the globe are counting down the days until one of the greatest sporting spectacles on Earth — the FIFA World Cup. And Poland is one of the 14 hopeful European nations getting ready for their campaign at the tournament, to be held this year from June 14 to July 15 in the Russian Federation.