Poland vs San Marino Live Score and Live Stream

Live Coverage

Poland played San Marino within World Cup Europe, Qualification, Group I on October 9. The match kicked off 18:45 UTC. Poland won 5-0.

Karol Swiderski scored the first goal on the 10th minute of the game followed by goals from Cristian Brolli, Tomasz Kedziora, Adam Buksa and Krzysztof Piatek, who made the final score 5-0.

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We are updating team formations and line-ups for Poland - San Marino in real time.

Poland kicked off the game with Lukasz Fabianski who got substituted by Radoslaw Majecki on the 57th minute, Przemyslaw Placheta, Tomasz Kedziora, Michal Helik, Robert Gumny, Kacper Kozlowski, Karol Linetty, Mateusz Klich who got substituted by Krzysztof Piatek on the 47th minute, Przemyslaw Frankowski who got substituted by Bartosz Bereszynski on the 65th minute, Robert Lewandowski who got substituted by Jakub Moder on the 66th minute and Karol Swiderski who got substituted by Adam Buksa on the 72nd minute as starters, with Jan Bednarek, Bartosz Bereszynski, Adam Buksa, Pawel Dawidowicz, Kamil Glik, Kamil Jozwiak, Radoslaw Majecki, Jakub Moder, Krzysztof Piatek, Tymoteusz Puchacz, Lukasz Skorupski and Piotr Zielinski on the bench.

San Marino's starting eleven were Elia Benedettini, Mirko Palazzi who got substituted by Filippo Fabbri on the 53rd minute, Cristian Brolli who got substituted by Dante Rossi on the 74th minute, Davide Simoncini, Manuel Battistini, Alessandro Golinucci, Luca Censoni who got substituted by Andrea Grandoni on the 46th minute, Enrico Golinucci, Jose Hirsch who got substituted by David Tomassini on the 46th minute, Matteo Vitaioli who got substituted by Marco Bernardi on the 74th minute and Marcello Mularoni, with Michael Battistini, Simone Benedetti, Marco Bernardi, Luca Ceccaroli, Alessandro D\'Addario, Filippo Fabbri, Andrea Grandoni, Dante Rossi, David Tomassini, Tommaso Zafferani, Matteo Zavoli and Kevin Zonzini on the bench.

Referee showed the yellow card twice throughout the game. Karol Linetty and Alessandro Golinucci were the ones to receive it.


Explore stats from Poland vs San Marino on ScoreBat - we are updating the numbers on this page every second of the game.

  • Ball Possession: 79 - 21
  • Total Attempts: 32 - 2
  • Shots On Target: 11 - 1
  • Saves: 1 - 7
  • Corners: 15 - 0
  • Completed Passes: 654 - 87
  • Fouls: 8 - 10
  • Total Passes: 734 - 147


Poland and San Marino have met once since September 2021. Poland have won that match. The most recent match between them took place on September 5, 2021 within World Cup Europe, Qualification, Group I where Poland won 1-7. Poland have scored 7 goals in these 1 head-to-head match in total while San Marino have scored 1. So, overall, Poland have a better head-to-head record against San Marino in their recent history.

Poland have won 5 of their 8 matches in Europe, Qualification, Group I, drawing 2 and having 1 defeat this season. They have scored 25 goals - 3.13 per match, conceding 8 - 1.00 per match. San Marino have won 0 of their 8 matches in Europe, Qualification, Group I, drawing 0 and having 8 defeats this season. They have scored 1 goal - 0.13 per match, conceding 32 - 4.00 per match.

Recent Form

Poland have played a draw with England in their previous match while San Marino are on a losing streak - they have lost to Albania, Poland, Andorra, Italy U-20, Kosovo, Italy, Hungary and England in their previous 9 matches. Overall, Poland have won 8 of their last 20 matches, losing 6 and drawing 6, while San Marino have won 0 of their last 20 matches, losing 18 and drawing 2. In their most recent 6 matches Poland have won twice (1-7 against San Marino on 5th of September and 4-1 against Albania on 2nd of September), lost twice (3-2 against Sweden on 23rd of June and 1-2 against Slovakia on 14th of June) and drew twice (1-1 against England on 8th of September and 1-1 against Spain on 19th of June). In their most recent 6 matches San Marino have lost 6 times (5-0 against Albania on 8th of September, 1-7 against Poland on 5th of September, 2-0 against Andorra on 2nd of September, 0-1 against Italy U-20 on 6th of June, 4-1 against Kosovo on 1st of June and 7-0 against Italy on 28th of May).

Team Streaks

  • Poland have failed to keep a clean sheet in their previous 9 matches.
  • San Marino have gone 9 consecutive matches without a clean sheet.
  • San Marino have conceded two or more goals in their previous 5 away matches.

Live Standings

As always, World cup Europe, Qualification, Group I's live standings are availble and updated in real time. Poland are 2nd in the table with 17 points after 8 matches, while San Marino are 6th with 0 points in 8 matches.

Video Highlights

We are adding goal videos and full video highlights of the match between Poland and San Marino in real time. You can watch the goals by Karol Swiderski, Cristian Brolli, Tomasz Kedziora, Adam Buksa and Krzysztof Piatek as the videos of the goals are added usually minutes after the actual event if there are any official videos available. Full video highlights of Poland - San Marino are being added as they become available on the official social media channels of the league or the teams.

Live Commentary

  1. Full Time
    Match ends. Poland 5, San Marino 0.
  2. 90 + 1'
    5 - 0
    Krzysztof Piatek scores for Poland.
  3. 86'
    Alessandro Golinucci is shown the yellow card.
  4. 84'
    4 - 0
    Adam Buksa scores for Poland.
  5. 74'
    Substitution for San Marino. Marco Bernardi replaces Matteo Vitaioli
  6. 74'
    Substitution for San Marino. Dante Rossi replaces Cristian Brolli
  7. 72'
    Substitution for Poland. Adam Buksa replaces Karol Swiderski
  8. 66'
    Substitution for Poland. Jakub Moder replaces Robert Lewandowski
  9. 65'
    Substitution for Poland. Bartosz Bereszynski replaces Przemyslaw Frankowski
  10. 57'
    Substitution for Poland. Radoslaw Majecki replaces Lukasz Fabianski
  11. 53'
    Substitution for San Marino. Filippo Fabbri replaces Mirko Palazzi
  12. 50'
    3 - 0
    Tomasz Kedziora scores for Poland.
  13. 47'
    Substitution for Poland. Krzysztof Piatek replaces Mateusz Klich
  14. 46'
    Substitution for San Marino. David Tomassini replaces Jose Hirsch
  15. 46'
    Substitution for San Marino. Andrea Grandoni replaces Luca Censoni
  16. Kick-off
    Second half begins
  17. Half Time - 2 : 0
    First half ends.
  18. 32'
    Karol Linetty is shown the yellow card.
  19. 20'
    2 - 0
    Cristian Brolli scores into his own net.
  20. 10'
    1 - 0
    Karol Swiderski scores for Poland.
  21. Kick-off
    First half begins