Poland will be desperate to make it through the group stages at the 2022 World Cup after managing just one victory in the 2018 edition of the tournament.
They were paired with Argentina, Mexico and Saudi Arabia in Group C and much will depend on the outcome of their opener versus the Mexicans.
Czeslaw Michniewicz will be hopeful Poland can make it to the round of 16 for the first time since 1986 as he has plenty of high-quality options at his disposal.
Poland boss Czeslaw Michniewicz named his final 26-man squad for Qatar on November 10.
|Position||Player||Date of birth||Club|
|GK||Wojciech Szczesny||April 15, 1990||Juventus|
|GK||Bartlomiej Dragowski||August 19, 1997||Spezia|
|GK||Lukasz Skorupski||May 5, 1991||Bologna|
|DF||Jan Bednarek||April 12, 1996||Aston Villa|
|DF||Kamil Glik||February 3, 1988||Benevento|
|DF||Robert Gumny||June 4, 1998||Augsburg|
|DF||Artur Jedrzejczyk||November 4, 1987||Legia Warsaw|
|DF||Jakub Kiwior||February 15, 2000||Spezia|
|DF||Mateusz Wieteska||February 11, 1997||Clermont|
|DF||Bartosz Bereszynski||July 12, 1992||Sampdoria|
|DF||Matty Cash||August 7, 1997||Aston Villa|
|DF||Nicola Zalewski||January 23, 2002||Roma|
|MF||Krystian Bielik||January 4, 1998||Birmingham City|
|MF||Przemyslaw Frankowski||April 12, 1995||Lens|
|MF||Kamil Grosicki||June 8, 1988||Pogon Szczecin|
|MF||Grzegorz Krychowiak||January 29, 1990||Al-Shabab|
|MF||Jakub Kaminski||June 5, 2002||Wolfsburg|
|MF||Michal Skoras||February 15, 2000||Lech Poznan|
|MF||Damian Szymanski||June 16, 1995||AEK Athens|
|MF||Sebastian Szymanski||May 10, 1999||Feyenoord|
|MF||Piotr Zielinski||May 20, 1994||Napoli|
|MF||Szymon Zurkowski||September 25, 1997||Fiorentina|
|FW||Robert Lewandowski||August 21, 1988||Bayern Munich|
|FW||Arkadiusz Milik||February 28, 1994||Juventus|
|FW||Krzysztof Piatek||July 1, 1995||Salernitana|
|FW||Karol Swiderski||January 23, 1997||Charlotte FC|
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Wojciech Szczesny is the firm No.1 for the Poland national team, with Lukasz Skorupski and Bartlomiej Dragowski set to play backup roles in Qatar.
Name Club Wojciech Szczesny Juventus Lukasz Skorupski Bologna Bartlomiej Drągowski Spezia
Jan Bednarek, Tomasz Kedziora and the experienced Kamil Glik have all booked their tickets to Qatar.
Bartosz Bereszynski is also in alongside Robert Gumny, with Aston Villa star Matty Cash set to support the defence and provide an attacking threat in a right-back role.
Name Club Robert Gumny Augsburg Jakub Kiwior Spezia Jan Bednarek Aston Villa Mateusz Wieteska Clermont Kamil Glik Benevento Bartosz Bereszynski Sampdoria Artur Jedrejczyk Legia Warsaw Matty Cash Aston Villa
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Grzegorz Krychowiak is one of the most senior members in the team and continues to be a regular starter in midfield for Poland.
Alongside the experienced Al Shabab midfielder, Kamil Grosicki, Szymon Zurkowski and Piotr Zielinski have also made the final 26-man squad.
Name Club Grzegorz Krychowiak Al-Shabab Kamil Grosicki Pogon Szymon Zurkowski Fiorentina Michal Skoras Lech Poznan Jakub Kaminski Wolfsburg Sebastian Szymanski Feyenoord Piotr Zielinski Napoli Przemysław Frankowski Lens Krystian Bielik Birmingham City Damian Szymanski AEK Athens
Robert Lewandowski is the captain of the team and also the country’s all-time top goalscorer.
To support him up top, Poland does not just have Juventus forward Arkadiusz Milik, but also Krzysztof Piatek and Karol Swiderski.
Name Club Arkadiusz Milik Juventus Robert Lewandowski Barcelona Karol Swiderski Charlotte Krzysztof Piatek Salernitana