We would like to greet our bridge friends in Poland. We have tried to include as many Websites pertaining to the Game of Bridge played in Poland in the following list. We would appreciate your help in completing this list. If you find any website concerning bridge created in Poland, please inform us and we would be more than happy to include it. Apologies for the incorrect presentation of the Polish alphabet, but the keyboard is unable to produce the accents.

 

Polski Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - The Polish Bridge Union - This website for The Polish Bridge Union is in the native language. All pertinent information can be found on this website.

 

Tarnowska Akademia Brydzowych Umlejetnosci - This is a website for learning the game of bridge via the Internet. Most of the material is presented in the language of Poland, but there is also a very good and very well presented English version for the international learner.

 

Akademia Brydza - This website is in Polish.

Dolnoslaski - Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish. Located in Wrocław which is the chief city of the historical region of Lower Silesia in south-western Poland, situated on the Oder (Polish: Odra) river. Over the centuries the city has been part of Poland, the Kingdom of Bohemia, Austria, Prussia, and Germany.

Kujawsko-Pomorski Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish. Located in Bydgoszcz, which is a city in northern Poland, on the Brda and Vistula rivers. The city has been the capital of the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship since 1999, and was previously the capital of the Bydgoszcz Voivodeship between 1947 and 1998.

Lubelski Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish. Located in Lublin, which is the biggest city in eastern Poland and the capital of Lublin Voivodeship.

Lubuski Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish. Located in the Lubuskie region (Lebus, Lubusz, Ziemia Lubuska) lies in the western part of Poland and borders with Germany. It extends from the Polish / German border to the east from the Oder and Nysa Luzycka rivers.

Wojewódzkiego Zwiazku Brydza Sportowego w Lodzi - This website is in Polish. Located in Lodz (written Łódź and pronounced wootch), which is the second largest city in Poland. The city is located in the centre of the country and serves as the capital of the Lodz Voivodeship.

Malopolsk i Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish. Malopolski Przelom Wisly encompasses fragment of the river between Jozefow and Kazimierz, including 36 km-wide natural riverbed.

Krakowksi Okregowy Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish.

Tarnowksi Okregowy Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish.

Nowosadecki Okregowy - This website is in Polish. Nowosądecki County - District in Poland (UAE), established in 1999 in the framework of administrative reform. It is based in the city of Nowy Sacz. It borders on the Slovak Republic, from the east side of the district Gorlickim, in the north of Tarnowskim and Brest, and from the west of Limanowskim and Nowotarskim.

Tarnowski Zwiazek Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish.

Opolski Serwis Brydzowy - This website is in Polish. Strzelce Opolskie, (German: Groß Strehlitz), is a town in south-western Poland, situated in the Opole Voivodeship. It is the capital of Strzelce County.

Podkarpacki Wojewodzki Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish.

Podlaski Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish.

Zwyciezcy Ligi Miejskiej - This website is in Polish.

Bridgz To Jest To - This website is in Polish.

Internetowy Magazyn Brydz·owy - This website is actually a bridge magazine covering articles about bridge conventions and systems. A very well designed Bridge Forum. Partially in English,

Kujjawsko - Pomorski Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish. Bydgoszcz, (German: Bromberg and Latin: Bydgostia) is a city in northern Poland, on the Brda and Vistula rivers. It has been the capital of the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship since 1999, and was previously the capital of the Bydgoszcz Voivodeship between 1947 and 1998, and before that, of the Pomeranian Voivodeship between 1945 and 1947. Since 1999 it is also the seat of Bydgoszcz County.

Pomorski Wojewodzki Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish. Gmina Nowogródek Pomorski is a rural Gmina (administrative district) in Mysliborz County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, in north-western Poland. Its seat is the village of Nowogrodek Pomorski, which lies south-east of the regional capital Szczecin.

Elitarny Klub Brydzowy - This website is in Polish.

Slaski Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish. Wodzisław Slaski, (German: Loslau) is a town in Silesian Voivodeship, southern Poland. It is the seat of Wodzisław County. It was previously in Katowice Voivodeship between 1975 and 1998. The city is close to the border with the Czech Republic, about 290 km south of Warsaw and about 100 km west of Krakow, on the southern outskirts of the metropolitan area known as the Upper Silesian Coal Basin.

Swietokrzyski Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish. Ostrowiec Swiętokrzyski is a town in central Poland. The main industry is manufacture of iron. Situated in the Swietokrzyskie Voivodeship since 1999, previously in Kielce Voivodeship between 1975 and 1998. It is the capital of Ostrowiec Swietokrzyski County.

Warminsko-Mazurski Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish. This is a province in northern Poland. It is bordered by Russia to the north, by the provinces of Podlaskie to the east, Mazowieckie to the south, Kujawsko-Pomorskie to the southwest, and Pomorskie to the west, and by the Baltic Sea to the northwest. It was created as one of sixteen new provinces in 1999 and is composed of the former province of Olsztyn, parts of Suwałki and Elbląg, and fragments of the former provinces of Torun, Ciechanow, and Ostroleka. The provincial capital is Olsztyn.

Warszawski Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish. Warsaw (Polish: Warszawa, also known by other names) is the capital city of Poland and its largest city. It is located on the Vistula River roughly 370 kilometers from both the Baltic Sea coast and the Carpathian Mountains.

Wielkopolski Zwieazek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish. The first known settlement in the area of present-day Grodzisk Wielkopolski was in 1257. The spelling of the town’s name has changed frequently. Versions include: Grodisze, Grottische, Grodisce, Grozisce, Grodih, Grodziscz, Grodyscze, Grodzysko, Grodzisko, to the modern-day Grodzisk. The German name Grätz was also temporarily used. The exact date when the town received its charter is unknown. Doucments say that the town definitely had its town charter in 1303.

Zachodniopomorski Zwiezaek Brydza Sportowego - This website is in Polish. This is a province in northwestern Poland. Created in 1999 as part of Poland’s provincial reorganization, it comprises the former (1975–98) provinces of Szczecin and Koszalin, as well as portions of the former provinces of Gorzow, Piła, and Słupsk. It is bordered to the north by the Baltic Sea, to the east by Pomorskie province, to the south by the provinces of Wielkopolskie and Lubuskie, and to the west by Germany. The provincial capital is Szczecin.

 


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