|Full name||Pilskie Towarzystwo Piłki Siatkowej Spółka Akcyjna|
|Short name||PTPS Piła|
|Ground||MOSiR Sports Hall,|
|Head coach||Jacek Pasiński|
|Website||Club home page|
Due to sponsorship, the club have competed under the following names:
- PTPS Prasa Piła (1993–1995)
- PTPS Nafta Piła (1995–2001)
- PTPS Nafta-Gaz Piła (2001–2006)
- PTPS Nafta Piła (2006–2007)
- PTPS Farmutil Piła (2007–2009)
- PTPS Piła (2009–2013)
- PGNiG Nafta Piła (2013–2015)
- PTPS Piła (2015–2016)
- Enea PTPS Piła (2016–present)
The club was founded in May 1993 under the name Pilskiego Towarzystwa Piłki Siatkowej Prasa, taking over the volleyball activities of B1 league side WKS Sokół. In its first season (1993–94) the club gained promotion to the A1 league, but without necessary support the club had financial issues and was relegated at the end of its first A1 league season. Supported by new sponsors, the club achieved league A1 promotion in 1997 with success following shortly after with 4 consecutive Polish Championships (1998–99, 1999–00, 2000–01, 2001–02) and 3 Polish Cup titles (1999–00, 2001–02, 2002–03) during a six-year period (from 1997 to 2003). Sponsorship issues in the following years affected the club's performances (it won the Polish Cup in 2007–08 and the Polish Super Cup in 2008) culminating in an agreement with Atom Trefl Sopot for the club's withdraw from the league in May 2010. In the agreement, made in order for PTPS to restructure, Atom Trefl and PTPS switched places (Atom took PTPS place in the highest league with PTPS replacing Atom in the second division). After its first season at the second division, the club gained promotion back to the highest league.
- 1998–99, 1999–00, 2000–01, 2001–02
- Polish Cup: 4
- 1999–00, 2001–02, 2002–03, 2007–08
|Number||Player||Position||Height (m)||Weight (kg)||Birth date|
|1||Karolina Piśla||Outside hitter||1.85||75||8 May 1996|
|2||Sylwia Kucharska||Setter||1.78||64||8 November 1995|
|3||Alexis Austin||Outside hitter||1.84||78||21 April 1994|
|4||Anita Kwiatkowska||Opposite||1.84||68||5 March 1985|
|5||Żaneta Baran||Opposite||1.88||72||23 August 1989|
|6||Adrianna Kukulska||Outside hitter||1.77||67||4 October 1998|
|8||Anna Stencel||Middle blocker||1.87||72||28 August 1995|
|9||Alicia Ogoms||Middle blocker||1.92||89||2 April 1994|
|11||Agata Babicz||Outside hitter||1.71||63||16 March 1986|
|13||Beta Dumančić||Middle blocker||1.89||75||26 March 1991|
|14||Emilia Szubert||Setter||1.80||62||10 March 1992|
|15||Alicja Markiewicz||Libero||1.71||73||13 August 1991|
|16||Zuzanna Kucińska||Libero||1.74||58||9 December 1994|
|17||Oliwia Urban||Outside hitter||1.83||67||21 November 1996|
- "Historia". PTPS Piła (in Polish). Archived from the original on 2 March 2014. Retrieved 3 March 2017.
- "Oświadczenie zarządu PTPS". Strefa Siatkówki (in Polish). 31 May 2010. Retrieved 3 March 2017.
- "CHAMPION WOMEN - 1999/2000 - 3rd place match". CEV. Retrieved 3 March 2017.
- "PTPS Piła Profile". CEV. Retrieved 3 March 2017.
- "2016–17 Team". PTPS Piła (in Polish). Retrieved 2 March 2017.
- "Enea PTPS Piła Team". Orlen Liga (in Polish). Retrieved 2 March 2017.
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