National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame

The National Polish American Sports Hall of Fame and Museum was founded in 1973 to honor and recognize outstanding American athletes, both amateur and professional, of Polish descent.

Each year inductees are elected in nation-wide balloting by the NPASHF officers and Board of Directors, past members of the Hall of Fame, and more than 300 members who comprise the NPASHF Sports Panel Council.

Any athlete, male or female, of Polish American heritage (father or mother must be Polish) and meeting the eligibility requirements may be considered for nomination and induction.  All amateur athletes are eligible; collegiate athletes not continuing into the professional ranks are eligible two years after their collegiate participation ends; professional athletes are eligible two years after retirement from the sport.

For more information about the NPASHF, please visit their website at

National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame
2975 East Maple Road
Troy Michigan, 48083


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