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Adam Buksa called up to Polish national team

Revs striker Adam Buksa receives call up to Poland’s national team ahead of World Cup Qualifiers.

Italy v Poland - UEFA U-21 Championship Photo by Matteo Ciambelli/NurPhoto via Getty Images

It was a big day for Revolution striker Adam Buksa as the Polish National Team announced its roster for the upcoming FIFA World Cup Qualifiers in September.

Buksa’s inclusion in the Polish National Team’s roster is the Krakow-native’s second call-up to the National Team and his first since November of 2018.

Buksa will look to earn his first international cap for Poland as they take on Albania, San Marino, and England in early September. Buksa has spent some time with Poland’s youth national teams as he’s made 30 appearances for Poland’s U-17, U-18, U-19, and U-21 squads.

Poland opens qualifying action at home against Albania on September 2nd at 2:45 PM EST. They then hit the road on September 5th as they take on San Marino at 2:45 PM EST. Poland wraps up this portion of World Cup Qualifying at home on September 8th against England at 2:45 PM EST. All three of Poland’s upcoming World Cup Qualifiers will be streamed on ESPN+.

Since joining the Revolution in January of 2020, Buksa has scored fourteen goals and three assists in 43 appearances.

The Revs have confirmed that Buksa is expected to miss the September 3rd MLS matchup on the road between the Revs and the Philadelphia Union.

Buksa will be joined by some notable names, including former Chicago Fire midfielder Przemyslaw Frankowski and Bayern Munich legend Robert Lewandowski.