Edward Jabłoński

Football, Football player

1919 – 1970


Who was Edward Jabłoński?

Edward Leon Jabłoński was a Polish soccer midfield player who represented both Cracovia and the Polish National Team. Born on October 13, 1919 in Krakow, Jabłoński was one of the few players who participated in games of the national team both before and after Second World War. He died on November 17, 1970, also in Krakow.

Jablonski played in the right midfield, for Cracovia Krakow in the seasons 1938-39 and, after the war, in 1948-1950. In 1948, when Cracovia became the champion of Poland, he was the captain of the team.

Altogether, he took part in 3 international friendlies, scoring 1 goal. His debut occurred on August 27, 1939 in Warsaw. During the war, he did not play officially, as the German occupiers banned Poles from practising any kind of sports. His last game with the national team took place on July 19, 1947 in Warsaw.

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Oct 13, 1919
  • Poland
Nov 17, 1970

on July 23, 2013


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