Jan Karol Wasiewicz (6 January 1911 in Lwów - 9 November 1976 in Quilmes (a district of Buenos Aires), Argentina) was an interwar Polish soccer player. Wasiewicz was a midfielder both in Pogoń Lwów (one of the best teams of interwar Poland), and the Polish National Team. Until 1946, he served in the occupation forces in Germany. Then he moved to England, and in 1949 to Argentina, where he died.

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  • Jan Karol Wasiewicz (né le 6 janvier 1911 à Lviv en Pologne et mort le 9 novembre 1976 à Quilmes en Argentine) était un joueur de football international polonais, qui jouait en tant que milieu de terrain. (fr)
  • Jan Karol Wasiewicz (6 January 1911 in Lwów - 9 November 1976 in Quilmes (a district of Buenos Aires), Argentina) was an interwar Polish soccer player. Wasiewicz was a midfielder both in Pogoń Lwów (one of the best teams of interwar Poland), and the Polish National Team. His career started in 1926 in another Lwów team - RKS. Then he moved to Lechia Lwów and in 1933 to Pogoń. In the last team, he played in the Polish Soccer League in the years 1933-1939, representing Pogoń in 102 games and scoring 3 goals. In the Polish National Team, Wasiewicz took part in 11 games, scoring 3 goals. He was a reserve team player during the 1938 FIFA World Cup, but did not go to France. Most probably, he would have played in the legendary game Poland - Brazil 5-6 (5 June 1938, Strasbourg, France), had it not been for an injury. At the last minute, Wasiewicz was replaced by Ewald Dytko. Wasiewicz fought in the Invasion of Poland. After Poland's defeat, he escaped to Hungary. From there, moved to France and then to England, where he fought in General Stanisław Maczek's First Polish Armoured Division. In late 1944 and early 1945, he fought in France, Belgium and Netherlands, in a famous 1st Polish Infantry Battalion "Bloody Shirts". In recognition of extraordinary service, Wasiewicz was honored with highest orders, including the Belgian Order of Léopold. Until 1946, he served in the occupation forces in Germany. Then he moved to England, and in 1949 to Argentina, where he died. (en)
  • Jan Karol Wasiewicz (ur. 6 stycznia 1911 we Lwowie, zm. 9 listopada 1976 w Buenos Aires) – piłkarz, olimpijczyk, reprezentant Polski, żołnierz PSZ. Karierę sportową rozpoczął jako 16-latek w 1926 w lwowskim RKS-ie. Kontynuował ją w Lechii Lwów i od 1933 w Pogoni Lwów. Do 1939 reprezentował lwowską Pogoń w 102 meczach. W kadrze narodowej debiutował 15 września 1935 we Wrocławiu w przegranym meczu z Niemcami (1:0).W 1936 wystąpił na olimpiadzie w Berlinie, wraz z drużyną zajął 4 miejsce (wystąpił w 3 z 4 meczów). (pl)
  • Jan Karol Wasiewicz foi um futebolista polonês. Ele competiu na Copa do Mundo FIFA de 1938, sediada na França, na qual a seleção de seu país terminou na 11º colocação dentre os 15 participantes. (pt)
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  • Jan Karol Wasiewicz (né le 6 janvier 1911 à Lviv en Pologne et mort le 9 novembre 1976 à Quilmes en Argentine) était un joueur de football international polonais, qui jouait en tant que milieu de terrain. (fr)
  • Jan Karol Wasiewicz (ur. 6 stycznia 1911 we Lwowie, zm. 9 listopada 1976 w Buenos Aires) – piłkarz, olimpijczyk, reprezentant Polski, żołnierz PSZ. Karierę sportową rozpoczął jako 16-latek w 1926 w lwowskim RKS-ie. Kontynuował ją w Lechii Lwów i od 1933 w Pogoni Lwów. Do 1939 reprezentował lwowską Pogoń w 102 meczach. W kadrze narodowej debiutował 15 września 1935 we Wrocławiu w przegranym meczu z Niemcami (1:0).W 1936 wystąpił na olimpiadzie w Berlinie, wraz z drużyną zajął 4 miejsce (wystąpił w 3 z 4 meczów). (pl)
  • Jan Karol Wasiewicz foi um futebolista polonês. Ele competiu na Copa do Mundo FIFA de 1938, sediada na França, na qual a seleção de seu país terminou na 11º colocação dentre os 15 participantes. (pt)
  • Jan Karol Wasiewicz (6 January 1911 in Lwów - 9 November 1976 in Quilmes (a district of Buenos Aires), Argentina) was an interwar Polish soccer player. Wasiewicz was a midfielder both in Pogoń Lwów (one of the best teams of interwar Poland), and the Polish National Team. Until 1946, he served in the occupation forces in Germany. Then he moved to England, and in 1949 to Argentina, where he died. (en)
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