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Błękitni Kielce

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Blekitni Kielce is a defunct Polish sports club, established in 1945 in Kielce. In 1949, it became supported by Kielce's office of communist police (milicja), its official name was changed into Guards Sports Club Blekitni Kielce and hues were red-white-blue, like in other sports clubs affiliated with milicja. Enjoying support of both milicja and Urząd Bezpieczeństwa, Blekitni became the major sports organization in the area of Kielce, however, it never managed to win promotion to the Polish First Division. Blekitni's football team played last games in the Third League in the season 1998/1999, then it was merged with local rival, Korona Kielce.

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