Jagiellonia Bialystok players have accepted a challenge from Cinkciarz.pl. If they successfully handle their tasks, they will win several prizes for their fans, which will be distributed on their match against Legia Warszawa on Sunday.
The rules of #CinkciarzChallenge are as follows: five players will perform one football task for five consecutive days. One point is awarded for each successful task. If Jagiellonia players score at least 150 points, Cinkciarz.pl will organize competitions for fans who will visit the fan zone located in front of the Jagiellonia stadium at Sloneczna street on Sunday, the 21st of May.
Jagiellonia is the sixth team of the Ekstraklasa league (next to Ruch Chorzow, Zaglebie Lubin, Cracovia, Pogon Szczecin and Wisla Plock) which will take part in the #CinkciarzChallenge contest. The #CinkciarzChallenge team rank currently stands as follows:
- Wisła Płock - 197 points
- Ruch Chorzów - 179 points
- Pogoń Szczecin - 178 points
- Cracovia - 173 points
- Zagłębie Lubin - 162 points
How will Jagiellonia Bialystok players do? Will they break the barrier of 150 points? Everything lies within the hands of five players. Piotr Tomasik will test his skills on the football obstacle course, Cillian Sheridan will take part in the “Choose Volley” competition, Fedor Cernych will play the football bowling, Jacek Goralski will test if he’s fast like thunder and Rafal Grzyb’s task will be to throw in and score.
Videos covering the football challenges will be presented for five consecutive days on the Jagiellonia Bialystok Facebook page.