TMH Polonia Bytom

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TMH Polonia Bytom
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City Bytom, Poland
League Polska Hokej Liga
Founded1946;73 years ago (1946)
Home arenaOSIR Bytom "Stodoła"
ColoursBlue, Red
        
General manager Flag of Poland.svg Andrzej Banaszczak
Head coach Flag of Poland.svg Tomasz Demkowicz
Website http://www.bytomski-hokej.pl/

TMH Polonia Bytom is a professional ice hockey team in Bytom, Poland. They play in the Polska Hokej Liga, the highest level of ice hockey in Poland.

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History

The sports society was created in 1920, with the ice hockey club being founded in 1946. Polonia won six Polska Liga Hokejowa titles in the 1980s and 1990s, and three Polish 1. Liga titles in the 1980s and 2000s.

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