Artur Boruc

Artur Boruc is a Poland international goalkeeper, born on 20th February 1980. Having originally joined Bournemouth on loan from Southampton in September 2014, Boruc signed permanent terms at the Vitality Stadium in May 2015. After coming through the youth ranks at hometown club Pogoń Siedlce, Boruc joined Legia Warsaw – where he won a championship winner’s medal in 2001. Boruc first arrived in British football with Celtic – where he won: three Scottish Premier League titles, two Scottish FA and League Cups – before spending two years at Fiorentina. Internationally, Boruc has over 50 caps for Poland and has been to three tournaments with the national side, including Euro 2016.

 Position:
Goalkeeper
  Country:
Poland
  Age:
40
  Birth Place:
Siedice
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Artur Boruc

 Position:
Goalkeeper
  Country:
Poland
  Age:
40
  Birth Place:
Siedice
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Artur Boruc is a Poland international goalkeeper, born on 20th February 1980. Having originally joined Bournemouth on loan from Southampton in September 2014, Boruc signed permanent terms at the Vitality Stadium in May 2015. After coming through the youth ranks at hometown club Pogoń Siedlce, Boruc joined Legia Warsaw – where he won a championship winner’s medal in 2001. Boruc first arrived in British football with Celtic – where he won: three Scottish Premier League titles, two Scottish FA and League Cups – before spending two years at Fiorentina. Internationally, Boruc has over 50 caps for Poland and has been to three tournaments with the national side, including Euro 2016.