Poland stadium map
Map of Poland stadium. Poland stadium map (Eastern Europe - Europe) to print. Poland stadium map (Eastern Europe - Europe) to download. Poland population is around 38.5 million, which is more than the population of Canada. It should not come as a massive surprise, therefore, that stadiums in Poland are actually quite large and impressive. The national stadium can host just under 60,000 supporters, whilst a number of other grounds can welcome capacities of over 30,000. Of course not all grounds in Poland are huge and intimidating. Aside from the stadiums belonging to lower league or amateur teams, there are also a number of grounds from teams that have at least made appearances in the top-flight that can only handle about 15,000 supporters as its shown in Poland stadium map. The majority of stadiums tend to use the ‘European Style’ of having a bowl of continuous seating surrounding the playing surface.
PGE Narodowy, also known as Stadion Narodowy w Warszawie and Warsaw National Stadium, is Poland new national stadium. Warsaw National Stadium is located on the east bank of the Vistula river, not far from Warsaw city centre as its mentioned in Poland stadium map. Stadion Slaski, also referred to in English as Silesian Stadium, got built in the 1950s. It officially opened on 22 July 1956 with a match between the Poland and East Germany national teams (0-0). 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.