The club was founded in 1922. The team's official colours are orange and blue. In May 2015, after securing the second place in the I Liga, the club reached the Ekstraklasa for the first time in its history. With a population of only 750, Termalica Bruk-Bet Nieciecza is the football club from the smallest village in history to qualify to the top level of a European football league (the former record was held by FK Chmel Blšany).

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They’re the smallest club to ever climb to Poland’s Ekstraklasa. Now they have to rebuild their stadium in order to meet league requirements. Here’s how it’s going…

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The plan foresees large expansion of the existing main grandstand along north side of the field. Old roof was removed and will be replaced after expansion. At the same time a new concrete and steel stand will be built on the south side, replacing former temporary seating sections. Final capacity is to be around 5,000 people as required by the Ekstraklasa. For the first time in history the stadium will also be equipped with floodlights and under-soil heating.

Complete reconstruction of the stadium in Nieciecza (small village in Lesser Poland) began in May 2015, as the team secured its first ever promotion to the Ekstraklasa. It’s only the third club in Poland to finance such a big project privately and the very first to do so without funds from a large public-owned industrial complex (which was the case in Lubin and Bełchatów, both clubs financed by mining giants).

Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza is a professional Polish football club based in Nieciecza, Poland.