This is a list of Sejm Marshals , or Speakers of the Sejm (the Lower house of the Polish Parliament) since its establishment as a regular convening body in the late 15th century, until now.  
|1||Jan Sierakowski||October 31, 1548 – December 12, 1548|
|2||Mikołaj Sienicki||May 15, 1550 – July 26, 1550|
|3||Rafał Leszczyński||February 2, 1552 – April 11, 1552|
|4||Mikołaj Sienicki||February 1, 1553 – February 2, 1559|
|5||Rafał Leszczyński||November 30, 1562 – March 25, 1563|
|6||Mikołaj Sienicki||November 22, 1563 – April 14, 1565|
|7||Stanisław Sędziwój Czarnkowski ||January 10, 1569 – August 12, 1569|
|1||Tomasz Adam Ostrowski|
|3||Adam Kazimierz Czartoryski|
|3||Stanisław Piwnicki  |
|4||Józef Lubowidzki  ||May 1830 - November 1830 |
|5||Władysław Ostrowski||November 1830-|
|1||Leon Sapieha||I |
|2||Alfred Józef Potocki||III||1875|
|4||Ludwik Wodzicki ||IV||1877-80|
|5||Mikołaj Zyblikiewicz||IV |
|6||Jan Dzierżysław Tarnowski||V |
|7||Eustachy Stanisław Sanguszko||VI||1890-95|
|8||Stanisław Marcin Badeni ||VII||1895-1901|
|9||Andrzej Potocki ||VIII||1901-02|
|(8)||Stanisław Marcin Badeni||VIII |
|1||Wojciech Trąmpczyński||Legislative Sejm||February 14, 1919 – November 27, 1922|
|2||Maciej Rataj||I||November 28, 1922 – March 26, 1928||Polish People's Party "Piast"|
|3||Ignacy Daszyński||II||March 27, 1928 – December 8, 1930||Polish Socialist Party|
|4||Kazimierz Świtalski||III||December 9, 1930 – October 3, 1935||Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government|
|5||Stanisław Car||IV||October 4, 1935 – June 18, 1938||Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government/Camp of National Unity|
|6||Walery Sławek||IV||June 22, 1938 – November 27, 1938||Nonpartisan Bloc for Cooperation with the Government|
|7||Wacław Makowski||V||November 28, 1938 – November 2, 1939||Camp of National Unity|
|1||Władysław Kowalski||Legislative Sejm||February 4, 1947 – November 19, 1952||United People's Party (Poland)|
|2||Jan Dembowski||I||November 20, 1952 – February 19, 1957||United People's Party (Poland)|
|3||Czesław Wycech||II |
|February 20, 1957 – February 11, 1971||United People's Party (Poland)|
|4||Dyzma Gałaj||V||February 11, 1971 – March 27, 1972||United People's Party (Poland)|
|5||Stanisław Gucwa||VI |
|March 28, 1972 – November 5, 1985||United People's Party (Poland)|
|6||Roman Malinowski||IX||November 6, 1985 – June 22, 1989||United People's Party (Poland)|
|7||Mikołaj Kozakiewicz||X||July 4, 1989 – December 31, 1989||United People's Party (Poland)|
|1||Mikołaj Kozakiewicz||Krajowa lista||X||December 31, 1989 – November 24, 1991||United People's Party/Polish People's Party - Revival/Polish People's Party|
|2||Wiesław Chrzanowski||28 Lubelskie||I||November 25, 1991 – October 14, 1993||Christian National Union|
|3||Józef Oleksy||39 Siedleckie||II||October 14, 1993 – March 3, 1995||Democratic Left Alliance|
|4||Józef Zych||52 Zielonogórskie||II||March 3, 1995 – October 19, 1997||Polish People's Party|
|5||Maciej Płażyński||11 Gdańskie||III||October 20, 1997 – October 18, 2001||Solidarity Electoral Action/Civic Platform|
|6||Marek Borowski||19 Mazowieckie||IV||October 19, 2001 – April 20, 2004||Democratic Left Alliance/Social Democracy of Poland|
|(3)||Józef Oleksy||18 Mazowieckie||IV||April 21, 2004 – January 5, 2005||Democratic Left Alliance|
|7||Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz||24 Podlaskie||IV||January 5, 2005 – October 18, 2005||Democratic Left Alliance|
|8||Marek Jurek||10 Łódzkie||V||October 26, 2005 – April 27, 2007||Law and Justice/Right Wing of the Republic|
|9||Ludwik Dorn||20 Mazowieckie||V||April 27, 2007 – November 4, 2007||Law and Justice|
|10||Bronisław Komorowski||20 Mazowieckie||VI||November 5, 2007 – July 8, 2010||Civic Platform|
|–||acting Stefan Niesiołowski||8 Lubuskie||VI||July 8, 2010||Civic Platform|
|11||Grzegorz Schetyna||1 Dolnośląskie||VII||July 8, 2010 – November 8, 2011||Civic Platform|
|12||Ewa Kopacz||17 Mazowieckie||VII||November 8, 2011 – September 22, 2014||Civic Platform|
|–||acting Jerzy Wenderlich||5 Kujawsko-pomorskie||VII||September 22, 2014 – September 24, 2014||Democratic Left Alliance|
|13||Radosław Sikorski||4 Kujawsko-pomorskie||VII||September 24, 2014 – June 23, 2015||Civic Platform|
|–||acting Jerzy Wenderlich||5 Kujawsko-pomorskie||VII||June 23–25, 2015||Democratic Left Alliance|
|14||Małgorzata Kidawa-Błońska||19 Mazowieckie||VII||June 25, 2015 - November 11, 2015||Civic Platform|
|15||Marek Kuchciński||22 Podkarpackie||VIII||November 12, 2015 - August 9, 2019||Law and Justice|
|–||acting Ryszard Terlecki||13 Małopolskie||VIII||August 9, 2019||Law and Justice|
|16||Elżbieta Witek||1 Dolnośląskie||VIII |
|since August 9, 2019||Law and Justice|
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