Silesia football team (Polish: Reprezentacja Śląska) is an informal regional football team made up of players from football clubs located in Silesia, under the auspices of the Silesian Football Association (Polish: Śląski Związek Piłki Nożnej). It is not affiliated to FIFA, and does not play in official international matches.
|1||October 4, 1933||KS Police Stadium, Katowice||Silesia vs. Poland||1–2||5,000|
|2||April 26, 1953||Ruch Stadium, Chorzów||Silesia vs. Poland||2–3||12,000|
|3||September 13, 1953||Polonia Stadium, Bytom||Silesia vs. Poland||3–3||3,000|
|4||December 9, 2006||Ruch Stadium, Chorzów||Silesia vs. Poland||1–1||5,000|
|June 9, 1937||Ruch Stadium, Chorzów||Silesia vs. Basque Country||3–4||?|
|April 20, 1948||AKS Stadium, Chorzów||Silesia vs. Czechoslovakia||2–1||?|
|August 24, 1952||Ruch Stadium, Chorzów||Silesia vs. China||5–1||15,000|
|July 22, 1974||Silesian Stadium||Silesia vs. Tanzania||7–2||37,000|
Although Silesia was never independently affiliated with FIFA, it is a place of origin of many notable football players playing mostly for the Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic national teams. In 2010, the following hypothetical "dream" Silesian team was presented of the current players of the Silesian background: Raphael Schäfer, Marek Jankulovski, Kamil Glik, Tomas Ujfalusi, Łukasz Piszczek, Adam Matuszczyk, Libor Sionko, Sebastian Tyrała, Lukas Podolski, Ireneusz Jeleń, Miroslav Klose.