The Polish Olympic Committee is an autonomous, nationwide association of sports federations and organizations. It has the exclusive right to use and authorize the Olympic symbols set out in the Olympic Charter, as well as the designations “Olympic Games” and “Olympic Committee”, in Poland. Our activities are financed by funds obtained through sponsorship arrangements. Our Sponsors and Partners ensure the stable and long-term financial support that makes it possible for Polish athletes to compete in the Olympic Games, enables activities related to Olympic education, provides for Olympic athletes in need, and promotes Olympic values, fair play, a healthy, sporting lifestyle.

PKN ORLEN – The Strategic Sponsor

PKN ORLEN is the largest company in CE Europe and is listed on the prestigious global Fortune Global 500 and Platts TOP250 rankings. The company is present in Poland, the Czech Republic, Germany, Lithuania, Slovakia and Canada.

The company possesses advanced integrated assets capable of producing over 35 million metric tons of various types of crude oil per annum. Retail sales are conducted through a network of 2,800 service petrol  stations – the largest in the CEE region.

ORLEN Group offers a range of over 50 top quality petrochemical and refinery products. These are sold in over 110 countries on 6 continents. PKN ORLEN is also a major player on the Polish energy market with a capacity of 3.3 GWe. The company also has its own oil and gas resource base. This amounted to 197.3 million barrels of proven and probable (2P) barrel of oil equivalent (boe) at the end of 2019.

PKN ORLEN is a market leader. It operates as a single company with diversified revenue streams and it occupies a strong position on the European market. The company acquired Grupa Energa in April 2020. In July 2020, it began purchasing equity in PGNiG, while the EC granted conditional approval to acquire LOTOS Group. This comprehensive integration of assets is an important step towards building a strong multi-energy concern with global potential.

ORLEN has been recognized as Poland’s most valuable brand for several years. It is also the only company in the region that has received the prestigious “Most Ethical Company” award from the Ethisphere Institute in the US for seven consecutive years. PKN ORLEN is the largest patron of sport in Poland. The partnership between PKN ORLEN and the Polish Olympic Committee (POC) began in 2004. The company became the Strategic Sponsor of the POC, the Polish Olympic Team, and the Polish Olympic Movement in 2017. PKN ORLEN was also a patron of the POC centennial celebrations.


The National Food Industry Group is one of the largest food producers in Poland. The Company supports Polish food producers, promotes regional products and emphasises the quality and authenticity of its products. The National Food Industry Group is the one of strategic importance for economy and food security. The subsidiaries often comprise facilities with over a 100-year tradition which makes them successfully operate in many segments and on various markets.

The National Food Industry Group  is constantly developing, acquiring new entities and entering new business segments. The objective behind the estabilishment of the Company was diversification of activities and also to build a strong food holding. The strenght of the National Food Industry Group are its people, experience, acting in harmony with nature and courageously looking into the future. The Company focuses on modernity and innovation. Its products are purchased by both groceries and the largest chain stores. These products enjoy trust of renowed food, chemical and pharmaceutical concerns around the world.


The TAURON Group is one of the largest business entities and the largest distributor of electricity in Poland. The company supplies energy to more than 5.5 million customers. For the past four years, it  has been running a programme called „Green Turnaround”, which signifies a profound transformation toward renewable energy sources through investments in wind farms and photovoltaic power plants.

The Group currently owns 11 wind farms with 200 wind turbines generating electricity, 3 photovoltaic power plants and 34 hydroelectric power plants. By 2030, TAURON assumes a six-fold increase in the capacity installed in renewable energy sources and reduction of emissions by almost 80 percent. The TAURON Group is involved in a great number of projects aiming to help the environment, such as educational and charitable activities. It is also a sponsor of many important cultural and sports events.


PKP Intercity is Poland’s largest railway operator. The carrier provides passenger transport among popular tourist centres in the country. It connects smaller towns with agglomerations, but also enables convenient travel across Europe, offering accessible transport to inhabitants of an increasing number of cities and towns. The company strives to provide passangers with a high, coherent travelling standard and intensely develops their offer for passengers, to make railways the means of transport of first choice. That is why, as part of its broad investment strategy “PKP Intercity – Railways of High Investments” it is going to allocate PLN 27 billion on state-of-the-art rollong stock and environment-friendly railway stations. In 2030 the whole PKP Intercity fleet will be new or modernised, assuring the highest standard of travelling in comfort.The company has been supporting sports for years. PKP has been a partner of e.g. the Tour de Pologne cycling race for many years.

We would like to thank our Sponsors and Partners for supporting the Polish Olympic Committee and the Polish Olympic Team!