|Full name||Tomasz Mazurkiewicz|
|Date of birth||23 November 1981|
|Place of birth||Sopot, Poland|
|Height||1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Tomasz Mazurkiewicz (born 23 November 1981) is a Polish former footballer who played as a midfielder. He became chairman of KP Sopot after retiring from football.
He first played professional football for Legia Warsaw (1999–2001). He was loaned to the Danish club AGF Aarhus in the fall of 2001 before being transferred for a reported amount of 2.7 million Danish Krone in March 2002. –2006 Mazurkiewicz played for SønderjyskE. In 2006, he returned to Poland and played three seasons for Arka Gdynia. He then returned to Denmark to play as an amateur for AGF's reserve team before returning once more to Poland to join GKS Katowice.His performance at AGF was affected by injuries. In 2005
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