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The project of the stadium was executed by the Rhode-Kellermann-Wawrowsky company from Dusseldorf, which has also built the famous stadium in Gelsenkirchen and in Hanover. In April 2008, works on the preparation of the ground for the construction of the stadium began and a few months later ground works were started. The official commencement of construction of the stadium was in May 2009. The works were to be finished at the end of 2010, but this deadline was not met due to various reasons. On 9 June 2011 PGE Arena […]

PGE Arena is a football stadium in Gdańsk’s Letnica neighborhood, Poland, which is constructed for the UEFA Euro 2012. The stadiums’ exterior is designed to resemble amber; which has long been extracted on the Baltic coast. Construction started in 2008, completed in 2011. It is used mostly for football matches. The stadium has a capacity of 44,000 people. Construction cost 623 million PLN Architect RKW Rhode Kellermann Wawrowsky Capacity 44,000 Field dimensions 227 x 197 x 45 metres PARKING: on the stadium 180 buses / 1 400 cars next to […]

PGE Arena Gdańsk, previously called the Baltic Arena is one of the venues for the UEFA Euro 2012. Three group matches and one quarterfinal are to be played here. The stadiums’ exterior is designed to resemble amber which has long been extracted on the Baltic coast. Its location outside the territory of the shipyard is supposed to indicate the direction of the future development of the city. Due to a smooth process of extension of the Centre towards the “Young City” the new stadium will be situated in the middle […]

Baltic Arena in Gdańsk which has a capacity of 44 thousand seats will be built in the part of city called Letnica, in the place, where at present are allotments. Liquidation of allotments – according to declarations of city authorities is expected to last at the most till the middle of 2008. The cost of investment which according to scheme will be finished around 2010 is estimated at about 900 mln zlotys. There are expected to be played some group matches and one quarter final during the European Football Championships. […]

The National Stadium in Warsaw which has a capacity of 60 thousand seats will be built in the place where at present is the 10th Anniversary Stadium. According to current conception the National Stadium is expected to be the main element of a sports-recreational centre. The National Stadium is expected to be one of the main centres of the European Football Championships Euro 2012, where according to the original scheme it will be played among others: the opening match, some of the group matches, one quarter-final and one semi-final. Warsaw […]

Following UEFA’s selection of four Polish cities as hosts for Euro 2012, Lokale Immobilia takes a brief look at the state of preparedness of the winning urban centers. After months of doubt and sharp criticism, the four Polish cities chosen by UEFA to host games in the Euro 2012 soccer championship – Warsaw, Gdańsk, Poznań and Wrocław – have much of their preparation on track. Indeed, though Kraków and Chorzów were officially discounted, hope remains that a slip-up elsewhere in Poland or in Ukraine could still offer the opportunity to […]

According to the majority of the Internet users who took part in an opinion poll found on the website of the partnership coordinating the preparations for Euro 2012 Championships the stadium in Gdańsk will be the best-looking among all the arenas prepared for Euro 2012 Championships. The ‘Baltic Arena’ (a draft name for the stadium in Gdańsk) will have an unique, amber-like elevation. The project of the stadium in Gdańsk from over 3000 thousand got 134 thousand of votes (44 %) leasing behind the project of the National Stadium in […]

In Gdansk the company to complete the first stage of groundwork at the construction of the Euro 2012 stadium was chosen. The works are to set off in December 2008 and last for six months. The Tender Commission of the company BIEG 2012, after a detailed analysis of the provided documents, chose the contractor to execute the groundwork and land reclamation works. Among the seven offers, the most advantageous one turned out to be that of the Wakoz company, informed the spokesman of the supervising company at the Gdansk stadium […]

The Prime Ministe,r Donald Tusk, ensured the presidents of cities – organizers of the EURO 2012 football championship that the build of stadiums in Gdansk, Wroclaw and Poznan will be co-financed by the central budget. During a meeting in Warsaw the Prime Minister and the representatives of praticular cities presented a schedule of the championship spadework and the miniatures of building where the football matches will be played. Additionally, Donald Tusk informed about the calling of the Organizational Committee where he was going to be leader. The intention of the […]

Warsaw The National Stadium in Warsaw which has a capacity of 60 thousand seats will be built in the place where at present is the 10th Anniversary Stadium, or next to Washington roundabout in Prague-South. According to current conception the National Stadium is expected to be the main element of a sports-recreational centre (“the National Sport Centre”) which will including among others: a pool with Olympic parameters, a sports-auditorium hall on 15 thousand seats, as well as commercial part (shop centres, gastronomic centres). The Central Sports Centre in Warsaw is […]