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The Poland stadiums map shows all main stadiums of Poland. This stadiums map of Poland will allow you to know stadiums locations and list of teams stadiums in Poland in Europe. The Poland stadiums map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Warsaw National Stadium is located on the east bank of the Vistula river, not far from Warsaw city centre as its mentioned in Poland stadiums map. Stadion Narodowy officially opened on the 29 January 2012 with a rock concert. Stadion Slaski, also referred to in English as Silesian Stadium, got built in the 1950s. Stadion Slaski was a bowl-shaped stadium with a running track that could pack around 90,000 spectators, but at times recorded attendances of over 100,000. Stadion Miejski w Wrocławiu (Municipal Stadium Wroclaw) was built to serve as a playing venue for the Euro 2012 tournament. Construction started in 2009 and was completed in January 2011.
INEA Stadion, previously known as Stadion Miejski, opened in 1980 after a construction period of 12 years. It officially opened on 23 August 1980 with a match between Lech and Motor Lublin (1-1). INEA Stadion is located in the south-west of the city of Poznan, about 5 kilometres from the city old town as you can see in Poland stadiums map. Stadion Energa Gdansk, previously known as PGE Arena, was built to serve as one of the playing venues of the 2012 European Championships. Stadion Energa Gdansk is located in the north of Gdansk in the Gdanska–Letnicy area, about 4.5 kilometres from Gdansk’s main railway station (Gdańsk Główny) and its old town.
Stadion Miejski im. Henryka Reymana was built in 1953 on a plot of land next to Wisła old stadium. The stadium was then still oval-shaped and included an athletics track. Stadion Miejski set its record attendance in 1976 when about 45,000 fans witnessed Wisła playing Celtic in the UEFA Cup. Stadion Miejski Legii Warszawa im. Marszalka J. Pilsudskiego, also known as Stadion Wojska Polskiego w Warszawie (Polish Army Stadium) and previously known as the Pepsi Arena, was built to replace Legia old and dilapidated stadium with the same name. The Arena Zabrze, previously known as Stadion im. Ernesta Pohla, opened on 2 September 1934 (see Poland stadiums map). It was initially called Adolf Hitler Kampfbahn as Zabrze was located in Germany back then, but the name was changed after World War 2.