The new Gdansk football stadium is one of the most modern and beautiful facilities in Europe. The original stadium with its amber-coloured facade was built within 26 months became the showcase of Polish-Ukrainian preparations for the UEFA Euro 2012™ even before its construction had started.
The Gdansk arena may hold over 42 thousand spectators. It is equipped with the most modern monitoring systems (over 400 cameras) and 4 huge LED displays each measuring 72m². The stadium has a parking lot for 2000 cars and a coach park for 200 coaches. There is also a separate entrance to the stadium for guests.
The stadium is 45 metres tall. The stands boast a large inclination angle guaranteeing excellent visibility and perfect acoustics. The natural grass pitch was imported from Holland in 555 rolls, which were then unfolded on the full size field. We invite to a take a virtual trip around the stadium:
The facility boasts 9000 m² of commercial area as well as 40 VIP boxes, restaurants and a pub, among others. In the foreseeable future, the Lechia Gdansk Museum will start its activity. Lechia Gdansk is the stadium’s home club and as such plays all home matches here.
|June 10th, 2012|
|Spain||1 - 1||Italy|
|June 14th, 2012|
|Spain||4 - 0||Ireland|
|June 18th, 2012|
|Croatia||0 - 1||Spain|
|June 22nd, 2012|
|Germany||4 - 2||Greece|