Jan Bednarek Feed
Broja nets again as Albania score five
This plus details on Jan Bednarek's close-fought game with England.
Broja nets first Albania goal in vital win
Striker opens his international account with match-winner.
Bednarek helps Poland to victory
A round-up of our Saints in international action.
Saints' September international guide
When and where Southampton's internationals will be in action.
Poland dig in to take a point against Spain
Jan Bednarek helps his country get off the mark in Group E.
Poland suffer defeat in Euro opener
Find out how Southampton's Bednarek fared in international action.
Saints' Euro 2020 guide
When and where to watch all four Saints in international action.
Saints at the Euros: Jan Bednarek
We preview Poland's prospects at EURO 2020.
Saints' pre-EURO 2020 international guide
Preparations to begin ahead of June tournament.
Happy Birthday, Jan Bednarek!
Check out our Polish defender's best bits as he turns 25 today.
Adams scores first Scotland goal
Landmark night for striker as Scotland thump Faroe Islands.
Adams makes full Scotland debut
Striker handed first start in World Cup qualifier.
Saints' March international guide
Find out when Saints' seven senior stars are set to feature.
Video: Bednarek assesses Everton defeat
Watch the defender's post-match thoughts.
Bednarek red card overturned on appeal
Defender will now be available for trip to Newcastle after his one-match ban was rescinded.
Fantasy Premier League: Bednarek's bonus appeal
Check out our tips to navigating the upcoming double gameweek.
SAINTS: Bednarek reflects on testing journey
Defender stars as matchday programme's feature interviewee.
Bednarek: Let's start another run
Defender targeting new unbeaten streak, starting at Brighton.
Video: Bednarek's new deal delight
Defender reflects on his growth with the club and looks to the future.
Bednarek: Hasenhüttl's arrival a "game changer"
Defender credits boss with transforming his Saints career.
Bednarek signs new contract
Defender pens long-term deal that runs until 2025.
Ward-Prowse has the best delivery in the league, says Bednarek
Southampton defender praises the set-piece ability of the Southampton captain.
Jan Bednarek Saints HistoryLast updated 20 Sep 2021
|Season||Appearances||Emirates FA Cup||Carabao Cup||Premier League||Goals|
Jan Bednarek Season Stats
Jan Bednarek BiographyLast updated 12 Aug 2021
Former clubs: Lech Poznań, Górnik Łęczna (loan)
Born in Słupca in April 1996, young Polish centre-back Bednarek spent the entirety of his career before joining Saints at Ekstraklasa side Lech Poznań, having broken through their academy ranks.
He made his first-team debut in 2013 at the age of 17, in a game Poznań won 2-0 against Piast Gliwice.
The 21-year-old spent the 2015/16 side on loan at Górnik Łęczna to gain valuable experience, making 17 appearances before returning to his parent club and becoming an integral asset at the heart of defence.
In the 2016/17 season, Bednarek made 31 appearances, scoring one goal as the side finished third in the Polish top-flight, while losing out in the Polish Cup final 2-1 to Arka Gdynia after extra time.
Football is clearly a passion that runs in the family, with older brother Filip also a professional goalkeeper.
A boyhood Lech Poznań fan, Bednarek supported the club in the away end against their rivals Legia Warsaw in October 2015, stating that he wanted to experience an away match from a different perspective.
Bednarek signed for Southampton in July 2017, moving to the south coast on a five-year deal.
He made his debut in a home League Cup meeting with Wolves the following month, although had to wait until April 2018 for his first Premier League appearance, with Bednarek marking that moment with a goal in a 3-2 defeat to Chelsea, at St Mary's.
He was a regular presence in the side for the remainder of the 2017/18 campaign, playing a big part in Saints' dramatic escape from relegation.
Bednarek was not used so regularly at the start of the following season, but that all changed following the arrival of manager Ralph Hasenhüttl in December 2018, with Bednarek quickly becoming an established name in the starting XI each week, again aiding an upturn in fortunes that helped the club again survive.
Internationally, Bednarek has played through all the young levels from under-16s for Poland, and started every game of the 2017 Under-21 European Championship, which included a game against an England side with four Saints.
Bednarek has also become an established part of the senior Poland side since moving to Saints, playing in all three of Poland's group matches at the 2018 World Cup, in which he netted the winning goal against Japan in their final game of the tournament.
Bednarek became a mainstay under Ralph Hasenhuttl in the 2019/20 season, making a total of 39 appearances which was only behind James Ward-Prowse and Danny Ings for the number of games played.
The centre-back scored his only goal of the season as he got Saints first in a 3-2 defeat against Wolverhampton Wanderers.