Borussia Dortmund's Robert Lewandowski (m.) is perhaps the best known of all seven Polish players currently plying their trade in the Bundesliga. He fired BVB to the title last season with 22 league goals, giving him a total of 30 in just 69 games, while he is yet to get off the mark in 2012/13...
...and he still has some way to go before he becomes the top Polish scorer in the division. That record (60 strikes) is held by Jan Furtok (r.), who led the line for Hamburg and Eintracht Frankfurt between 1988 and 1994
No-nonsense defender Tomasz Hajto racked up a grand total of 75 yellow cards in the Bundesliga - including 16 in just 29 appearances for Duisburg in 1998. However, in his 201 top-flight games for Schalke, Nuremberg and Duisburg, the 62-time international was only sent off twice
Tomasz Waldoch (l.) proved his longevity at the very top and is the Pole with the most Bundesliga appearances to date: 249, split between Bochum and Schalke. He also holds a less-desired total of having been sent off most of all his countrymen in Germany, with five, although he was never given a straight rred
Jakub 'Kuba' Blaszczykowski is a model professional at Dortmund, in what is now his sixth season with the Yellow-Blacks. In 143 outings, he has scored 15 goals and has been booked just nine times
Dortmund colleague Lukasz Piszczek has been a fixture in the top flight of German football since 2007. His first three years were spent with Hertha BSC Berlin before joining Dortmund in 2010 and celebrating back-to-back league titles with the Westphalians while missing just three Bundesliga games in the past two seasons
An up-and-coming Pole in the Bundesliga is Hannover's Artur Sobiech, who most recently represented his national team at under-21 level. He has netted four goals in as many games this season, including Europa League