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|Full name||Małopolski Klub Siatkówki Muszyna Spółka Akcyjna|
|Ground||Hala sportowa Muszyna, Muszyna, Poland|
|Head coach||Ryszard Litwin|
|Website||Club home page|
Due to sponsorship, the club have competed under the following names:
- Poprad Muszyna (1982–1985)
- Międzyszkolny Klub Sportowy (MKS) Kurier Muszyna (1985–2000)
- MKS Muszynianka Muszyna (2000–2005)
- MKS Muszynianka-Fakro Muszyna (2005–2009)
- Bank BPS Muszynianka Fakro Muszyna (2009–2013)
- Polski Cukier Muszynianka Fakro Bank BPS (2013–2014)
- Polski Cukier Muszynianka (2014–present)
The club was founded in 1982 as the volleyball department of Ludowego Zespołu Sportowego Poprad and started competing in the lower divisions of Poland. After few seasons, financial problems forced the club to withdraw from the competition. Bogdan Serwiński and Grzegorz Jeżowski then submitted a youth team and to the lower Polish divisions under the name of Międzyszkolny Klub Sportowy (MKS) Kurier Muszyna. By achieving promotions the team begun to climb the national leagues, in 2000 it was renamed Muszynianka and in 2003 it gained promotion to the highest league (called Liga Serie A).
In 2005–06, its third season in the top level, the club won the championship. Another three titles were added (two championships and one super cup) before a remarkable season with the club winning the double (league and cup) in 2010–11 and a few months later it won the super cup of 2011. International success also came when the club claimed the 2012–13 CEV Cup.
- 2005–06, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2010–11
- 2009, 2011
|Number||Player||Position||Height (m)||Weight (kg)||Birth date|
|2||Magdalena Szabó||Outside hitter||1.80||66||14 September 1989|
|5||Maja Savić||Middle blocker||1.89||73||14 August 1993|
|6||Anna Grejman||Outside hitter||1.83||70||8 June 1993|
|7||Magdalena Wawrzyniak||Opposite||1.85||73||14 March 1990|
|9||Agnieszka Rabka||Setter||1.78||65||30 August 1978|
|10||Nataša Čikiriz||Outside hitter||1.93||70||26 June 1995|
|11||Małgorzata Lis||Middle blocker||1.85||74||14 April 1981|
|12||Justyna Sosnowska||Middle blicker||1.88||78||14 June 1992|
|13||Aleksandra Wójcik||Outside hitter||1.85||74||3 January 1994|
|14||Koleta Łyszkiewicz||Opposite||1.93||79||22 January 1993|
|15||Dorota Medyńska||Libero||1.70||61||25 April 1993|
|16||Dorota Wilk||Setter||1.78||68||28 April 1988|
|17||Marina Cvetanović||Outside hitter||1.88||75||14 February 1986|
|18||Tanja Sredić||Middle blocker||1.86||68||11 October 1991|
- "Historia". MKS Muszynianka (in Polish). Retrieved 26 February 2017.
- "Osiągnięcia". MKS Muszynianka (in Polish). Retrieved 26 February 2017.
- "Bank BPS Fakro MUSZYNA claims CEV Cup after second tie-break win over pre-favorite Fenerbahce". CEV. 2 March 2013. Retrieved 26 February 2017.
- "Team". MKS Muszynianka (in Polish). Retrieved 26 February 2017.
- "Polski Cukier Muszynianka Team". Orlen Liga (in Polish). Retrieved 26 February 2017.
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