Player coach, Piotr Luzyński, will lead Poland at the 2018 World Championships in Hamburg, Germany.

The team of 12 will represent Poland for the first time at a major world competition since 2010, after missing out on both the 2014 World Championships and Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.

An experienced side, with an average age of 32 years old, will compete in Hamburg, Germany this August. 44-year-old Luzyński makes seven changes from the team that finished sixth at the 2017 European Championships in Adeje, Tenerife.

18-year-old Krzysztof Kozaryna (4.5) will make his World Championships debut, as Poland look to better their finish of sixth place at the 2010 World Championships in Birmingham.

As part of their preparation for the World Championships, Poland hosted the IV. Tournament Of The Wałbrzych Cup, where they competed against Turkey, Canada, Germany and Great Britain in a series of matches.

Drawn alongside current Paralympic Gold and Bronze Medalists, USA and GB respectively, as well as a talented South Korean side, Luzyński and his team will face a challenging pool stage in Hamburg.

Poland Men’s Team for the 2018 World Championships:

Mateusz Filipski (4.0)
Marek Bystrzycki (1.5)
Dominik Mosler (4.0)
Krzysztof Kozaryna (4.5)
Krzysztof Bandura (3.5)
Andrzej Macek (1.5)
Adrian Łabędzki (4.0)
Kamil Kornacki (3.0)
Piotr Darnikowski (1.0)
Przemysław Bonio (1.0)
Piotr Łuszyński (4.5)
Marcin Balcerowski (1.0)

Image courtesy of the Polish Basketball Federation