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|Full name||Szkolny Klub Sportowy Gwarek Zabrze|
|Ground||ul. Bytomska 100D, Zabrze, Poland|
|League||Klasa A, Zabrze group (VII tier)|
Szkolny Klub Sportowy Gwarek Zabrze is a Polish football club based in Zabrze, focusing on youth development.
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