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Before that, known as Elektryczność Płock (1947-50), Ogniwo Płock (1950-55) and Sparta Płock (1955), the club has been playing under the name Wisła only since 1955. In 1963, Mazowieckie Zakłady Rafineryjne i Petrochemiczne took patronage over Wisła and have been actively supporting the team until today.
Until the early 1960s, the club played only in regional games. The first promotion to the third division the team won in the season 1962/1963. In the season 1979/1980, it appeared for the first time in the second division, where it played for another decade.
In 1992, the club changed its name to ZKS Petrochemia Płock S.A and on 11.06.1995 could celebrate the victory 3:0 over Grzegorz Wenerski's team Szombierki Bytom and hence a historical promotion to the first division. However, in the first division, the Płock team stayed only for a year. After two years in the 2nd division, the team returned to the elite as a result of excellent games in the season 1996/1997.
In the season 99/00, our club managed to stay in the first division. The club participated in games as Petro and for the first time in the history did not fall to the second league. In the next season, the team played under already another name (Orlen) and the club colors were changed to white and red. Unfortunately, the team again had to say goodbye to the first division.
In 2002, the team returned to the historical name of the club - Wisła Płock - and traditional white and blue colors. In June, the team again was promoted to the first division. During games held in 2004/2005, the Płock team came in fourth - being the best result in the history of the club. In addition, the team played in the finals of the Cup of Poland and debuted in the European games.
After the greatest successes the club had in the season 2005/2006 (May 2006 Wisła won 3:1 with Zagłębie Lubin and won the Cup of Poland), the crisis came. In the next season, Wisła failed to defend the Cup and lost in the semifinals. In the division, "Nafciarze" ended up as the one but the last.
Kazimierz Górski Stadium 

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