Tur Turek

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Tur Turek
Full nameMiejski Klub Sportowy Tur Turek
Founded6 August 1921
2015 (refounded)
GroundStadion 1000-lecia, Turek, Poland
Capacity2.115

Tur Turek (Polish pronunciation:  [ˈtur ˈturɛk] ) is a Polish football club based in Turek, Poland.

After reformation in 2015, the club won three promotions in a row, however fell into financial trouble in February 2020 and the senior team was withdrawn from the fifth division; the whole youth team structure however has remained in tact and continues to operate. [1]

Ground: Stadion 1000-lecia Turek - stadion.jpg
Ground: Stadion 1000-lecia

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