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In the 26 games that season, they only managed to win 6, drawing 3, with the side losing Lechia struggled to bounce back to the top flight at the first time of asking and found themselves struggling in 10th place in their first season in the II liga.
The following year Lechia made a slight improvement, finishing 7th in the League, as well as facing Arka Gdynia for the first time in the Tricity Derby with the two clubs quickly becoming fierce rivals.
Lechia won the first meeting between the two clubs with the game finishing 2—1. The following season also saw another improvement, with the team finishing 6th overall, however, they were still far off the pace of the two teams who were promoted.
The —77 season saw Lechia relegated from the second tier, after having never really competed with the other clubs looking for promotion.
Lechia finished the season in 13th place, one point from safety. The —68 season saw Lechia in the third division since the first year of their creation.
The team finished second, just behind Arkonia Szczecin , however only the winning team from each of the four groups in the third division were awarded promotion.
The season didn't go as planned for Lechia, with the team finishing in 5th, seeing rivals Arka top the league and getting promoted at the first time of asking.
Lechia's fortunes slowly improved over the following three seasons from to , with the team finishing 3rd, 2nd, before winning the league and achieving promotion in the —72 season.
Back in the II liga Lechia finishing comfortably in 7th place. For the —74 season the Polish second division experienced a change, with the tier going from 16 teams to 32, and being split into a North and South group.
This, therefore, made it harder for teams to get out of the division, with teams now having to finish first to be promoted. The first season saw Lechia finishing 4th in the new format, before finishing second in the —75, —76 and —78 seasons, just missing out on promotion by a few points each time.
The following season they finished 3rd, and for the second season in a row missed out on top by a single point. Lechia's fortunes slowly declined after after having been competitive in the league for the previous 5 seasons.
For the —79 season the second tier once again experienced a change, with the groups changing from North and South. Strangely this had an effect on the team with the team finished 6th and 7th in the following two seasons.
A player who had been seen as too good for the second tier for many years finally left the team he supported. His effect on the team became evident for the —82 season.
The team fell to 14th after winning only 6 of their 30 games, and were 7 points from safety. Lechia found themselves once again in the third tier, this time without their best ever player to help them out.
Although Lechia found themselves in the third tier for the —83 season, it turned out to be a historic year for the club, and was seen as the club's 'rebirth'.
The team finished top of their division, going on to concede only 9 goals in their 26 games. Due to Lechia being in the third tier they joined the Polish Cup in the second round.
The first game of the competition saw them play Start Radziejow, who they narrowly beat 3—2 on penalties. The cup saw them playing 4 Ekstraklasa teams on their route to the final.
The final saw them playing Piast Gliwice who were in the second tier. Lechia's stay out of the Ekstraklasa wasn't to last long, however, with the team winning the —84 II Liga season, and as a result were promoted back to the Ekstraklasa.
A division they had narrowly missed out of playing in many seasons before, and was their first time back in the top tier for 21 seasons.
In the first round, Lechia was drawn to Italian footballing giants, Juventus. The first game was played in Turin, Italy, with Juventus easily winning 7—0.
With the team knowing they were all but knocked out already the team put on an inspiring performance scoring 2 goals against the European giants in the home leg of the competition.
For the —85 Ekstraklasa season, a season in which all teams struggled for goals an average of 1 goal a game , Lechia finished 12th having scored 23 goals, and with only 2 of their wins that season coming from scoring 2 more goals than their opponents.
Lechia was lucky that season, with the team finishing 3rd from bottom, with four teams normally getting relegated. However, a change to the division below saw only 2 teams going down that season.
For the 3rd season in a row, Lechia only managed 23 goals in their league 30 games, however, the team once again stayed up finishing in 11th. The team were once more fighting a relegation battle during the season.
Lechia legend Puszkarz rejoined the team after having left 5 seasons prior. It had always been his dream to play for Lechia in the top flight, and this was the season where he achieved this accomplishment however it didn't go according to plan.
Despite the team finishing in 12th, which would normally be one position above the relegation zone, for that season though there was a relegation playoff, with 14th playing 11th, and 13th playing 12th.
The following season the relegation playoffs in the Ekstraklasa were scrapped. After relegation from the Ekstraklasa, Lechia found themselves back in the II liga.
During the —89 season Lechia struggled to adapt to the new league, finishing 10th out of Things failed to improve for Lechia during the next two seasons, finishing both 11th and 12th.
The situation slightly improved for Lechia during the —92 and the —94 seasons finishing in 8th before their highest finish of 6th since being relegated.
The —94 season was an important season for the Tricity teams. The season was another difficult one for Lechia, in which they finished 14th, 1 place above the relegation zone.
The struggles for Lechia reached a devastating end by the end of the —95 season, with the team, ultimately being relegated to the 3rd Division, along with fellow rivals Arka Gdynia.
The new Lechia team failed to capitalize on the return to the second division by being relegated to the 3rd division straight away. The —98 season was a better season for Lechia with the team finishing in 3rd place in the III liga.
This merger lasted 3 years, with the team's fortunes slowly deteriorating, finishing 7th in —99, 14th in —, and 19th in the —01 season, and thus suffering another relegation to the 3rd division.
This form continued finishing first in the —03 season in the 5th tier, as well as winning the —04 season in the 4th tier, and also finishing first the season after in the —05 3rd tier.
After 4 seasons of being an independent club after failed mergers with Olimpia and Polonia, Lechia found itself back in the second tier of Polish football.
Back in the II liga Lechia finished the —06 in 10th, comfortably above the automatic relegation zone, and clear of the relegation playoffs. With Lechia making more improvements during the —07 season finishing in 5th.
The —08 season was the team's 20th season outside of the top flight, having to come from two failed mergers, and working their way back into the 2nd division.
Lechia struggled more away from home, winning 6 of their 17 away games. Despite the club's decent away form, it proved by the end of the season that their home form had massively helped Lechia in the league, with Lechia finishing the —08 season as champions, and as a result, secured promotion back to the Ekstraklasa.
For the —09 season Lechia returned to the Ekstraklasa for the first time since being relegated after the —88 Ekstraklasa season. Lechia struggled in their first season of being back in the top flight of Polish football with the team losing 16 of the 30 games that season.
They ended the season three points above the relegation zone, and stayed in the league mostly due to their home form having 7 of their 9 wins that season from their home games.
Lechia fared better during the —10 season finishing in eighth, while also enjoying a cup run that took the team to the semi-finals of the —10 Polish Cup losing in the semi-final to eventual cup winners Jagiellonia.
It was during this season that Gdansk was chosen to be one of the host cities of the UEFA Euro championships in Poland and Ukraine, meaning the team would be moving from their current MOSiR Stadium to a new 43, capacity stadium in In Lechia's 3rd season back in the top flight, it was another season of consolidating their Ekstraklasa status.
In the —11 season the team once again finished in 8th place. It was, however, a more positive season that showed progression for the team as a whole.
And for the second season in a row Lechia reached the semi-finals of the —11 Polish Cup , before losing 5—0 to Legia over the two legs.
This was the last season in which Lechia played at the MOSiR Stadium , the stadium in which Lechia had played all of their home games since their formation in The —12 season saw Lechia move into their new stadium , the first game to be played there saw Lechia playing against Cracovia , a game which finished 1—1.
Lechia struggled during their first season inside the new and much larger stadium, winning only three of their home games that season.
Lechia slumped to a 13th-place finish, in a season where they scored 21 goals in 30 games. In —13 there were more positives for Lechia, again finishing in a mid-table 8th.
The team once again struggled at home, winning only three games. With the relegation of Polonia Warsaw who finished the season in sixth due to financial issues, Lechia effectively finished seventh, and secured their highest finish since their return to the top flight.
There were major changes made for the —14 Ekstraklasa season with the introduction of a Championship Round teams who finish 1st—8th and a Relegation Round teams who finish 9th—16th.
This took the overall games played in a season from 30 to As ever Lechia finished eighth after the game season qualifying for the Championship Round.
Lechia finished the first-ever Championship Round in fourth place and just missing out on qualification for the qualifying rounds of the —15 UEFA Europa League due to Zawisza Bydgoszcz winning the —14 Polish Cup.
The 4th-place finish meant that Lechia had achieved their highest finish since the season, in which Lechia finished third.
During the mid-season transfer window Sebastian Mila rejoined the club where he had started his professional career 14 years earlier.
The Polish international became Lechia's captain for the remainder of the season, and helped the club to an eighth-placed finish for the regular season.
During the Championship Round, Lechia managed to finish in fifth, once again just missing out on qualifying for the Europa League.
Despite the new players Lechia struggled at the start of the season and hovered above the relegation zone until the winter break.
The team managed to reach seventh place by the end of the regular season. During the Championship Round Lechia once again finished fifth, and narrowly missed out on qualification for the Europa League Qualifiers.
The regular season saw Lechia winning all but three of their home games, and were top of the table at the end of 10 of the game weeks.