Three-time Olympic gold medallist Kamil Stoch and reigning individual normal hill world champion Dawid Kubacki headline the Polish men's ski jumping team for the 2020-2021 season.
Stoch and Kubacki are among the 12 athletes selected on Poland's team, which combines the 'A' and 'B' squads.
Piotr Zyla, Maciej Kot, Jakub Wolny, Stefan Hula, Klemens Muranka, Pawel Wasek, Aleksander Zniszczol, Tomasz Pilch, Andrzej Stekala and Kasper Juroszek have also been chosen on the men's team.
The squad will be coached by former Czech athlete Michal Doležal, who competed at the 1998 Winter Olympic Games in Nagano.
Kubacki, winner of the Four Hills Tournament earlier this year, finished third in the overall Ski Jumping World Cup standings last season.
The Olympic bronze medallist and Stoch, a two-time overall World Cup winner, will be aiming to challenge defending champion Stefan Kraft of Austria during the upcoming campaign, due to begin in November.
Poland has also named its women's national team, comprising of Kinga Rajda, Anna Twardosz, Kamila Karpiel, Nicole Konderla, Joanna Szwab and Viktoria Przybyla.
The women's season is set to open in Lillehammer in December.